A Somerset cheese maker says his company has been hit hard by a Russian ban on importing dairy products from Europe.
A miracle dog has survived falling nearly 1,000ft off one of Britain's tallest cliffs - before spending more than a week on a rocky ledge.
Plymouth Argyle beat Southend in League Two, while Torquay United were the region's only other winners.
Hospitals across the West will be expected to comply with new food standards, the government has announced.
A report by the Hospital Food Standards Panel, led by Dianne Jeffrey, Chairman of Age UK, is recommending five legally-binding food standards for the NHS, which has worked with royal colleges and nutritional experts to come up with the new rules.
Gillian, a single mother of three, says she's grateful for donations from the Exeter Food Bank, without which she says her family could be forced out of their home.
The charity Shelter claims that more than a third of working parents are cutting back on food spending to cope with increasing housing costs. With 1 in 10 even skipping meals.
What we need to see the Government do is make sure the safety net is strong, so if people lose their jobs, or their income falls off a cliff they don't lose their homes straight away, and can take that chance to get back on their feet.
A 29 year old man has been charged with a stabbing in Yeovil. Kier Tong from Newton Road is accused of wounding with intent and possession of a blade after a man was stabbed at a house in Newton Road yesterday morning. The man is in a serious but stable condition in hospital. Tong is due in court tomorrow morning.
The South West has become the fastest growing region in the country for overseas tourists. The figures from last year show a rise of 48 per cent with more than 5 hundred thousand holiday visits in the summer months. It means the number of visitors has overtaken pre-recession record levels - 8 years ago. The South West is the most popular with German tourists.