Labour leader Ed Miliband told ITV News West Country that he will make investment in the regions transport infrastructure 'a priority'.
It's exactly a year since part of the Dawlish train line was washed away, and a new report has criticised the response of some key organisations.
It says grants and compensation schemes were slow to appear and poorly advertised. There was praise though for Network Rail and the 'Open for Business' campaign.
At Prime Minister's Questions, David Cameron answered Anne Marie Morris' concerns over the maintenance of the Dawlish railway line:
It's a year ago tonight since a huge storm washed away part of the railway line at Dawlish on the Devon coast.
The line was out of action for eight weeks, costing the region's economy over £100 million in lost business. Today Anne Marie Morris, MP for Newton Abbot, will ask the Prime Minister to ensure that route is maintained alongside other investment in the region.
A church in Devon is commemorating the first anniversary of the death of a teenager who disappeared after going out to take pictures of the winter storms.
18 year old Harry Martin was last seen alive on January 2nd. St Peter's Church in Noss Mayo is opening its doors on Friday for people to remember him.
Storms have damaged the steps at Polperro Harbour in Cornwall, causing problems for anyone who uses the harbour regularly. The steps provide access to boats and are thought to now need extensive repairs.
But there has been no repeat of the serious flooding and damage caused by storms there earlier in the year.
Dawlish railway station has now re-opened after being closed due to safety fears.
Big waves had come over the sea wall, threatening the line, but the weather has now subsided enough.
The mainline railway station is closed at Dawlish for safety reasons because waves are coming over the sea wall.
Buses are being arranged to serve the station, but there's no estimate for when these will be in place.
Trains can run through, with a speed restriction.
As the Transport Secretary visits Devon to discuss rail links in the county in the wake of the Dawlish disaster, one of the county's MPs says it is imperative that there should be an alternative route.