Two Somerset councils will get their money back after Tesco pulled out of developing a site in Bridgwater.
Somerset County Council and Sedgemoor District Council will keep possession of the Sedgmoor Splash swimming pool site.
The pool was closed in 2009 to much public opposition.
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Reuben Reid hit a hat-trick as Plymouth Argyle beat Exeter City 3-1 in the Devon Derby. It's Argyle's fourth straight win. Arron Davies scored for the Grecians.
In League One, Yeovil needed an injury time penalty to draw 2-2 with Gillingham at Huish Park. Gozie Ugwu gave the Glovers a 21st minute lead. The visitors scored twice in the second half, before Adam Morgan's late, late spot kick rescued a point.
And Torquay lost 2-1 at Wrexham in the first leg of their FA Trophy semi final. Ryan Bowman on-target for the Gulls.
Hospitals in the west country fell short of Government targets for dealing with emergency patients within four hours. The figures from the week up to 15 February show that only Yeovil District Hospital met the 95% target.
- Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust - 73.7%
- Plymouth Hospitals Trust (Derriford Hosp) - 78.2%
- South Devon Healthcare Trust (Torbay Hosp) - 80.2%
- Royal Devon & Exeter Trust - 89.9%
- Dorset County Hospital Trust - 90.6%
- Northern Devon Healthcare Trust (North Devon Hosp) - 91.9%
- Taunton & Somerset Trust (Musgrove Park Hosp) - 94.8%
- Yeovil District Hospital Trust - 95.1%
Final preparations are being made for the official opening of the newly raised road into Muchelney.
The road became an iconic image of the flooding on the Somerset Levels last winter - and the village of Muchelney was cut off.
The road is one of several projects to prevent future flooding on the Somerset Levels - including dredging eight kilometres of the rivers Parrett and Tone.