Crew members are rescued from a damaged tug that was taking on water off Torbay
Parking charges in Torbay have been cut in a bit to encourage more shoppers to the area.
A 60 metre high observation wheel opens for business in Torquay. It's hoped it will attract more visitors to the resort.
A new report has identified Plymouth and Torbay as the places with the highest rates of avoidable premature death in the south west.
According to Public Health England, social deprivation and poor lifestyle choices are largely to blame.
Torbay MP Adrian Sanders has criticised the sentencing of a renowned Cornish artist Graham Ovenden who was found guilty of committing sex offences against young girls.
The 70-year-old artist from Bodmin, was convicted of seven charges relating to three children, but a judge in Plymouth suspended his sentence on account of his age.
Mr Ovenden says he will appeal against the conviction, but today the issue was raised at Prime Minister's questions by Mr Sanders:
Torbay welcomed 1,000 German tourists today from a round-the-world cruise.
The English Riviera Tourism company has been working hard to bring cruise ships to the bay.
The Artania is the first of seven this year.
ITV News West Country was there:
The latest stage in work to repair the busiest road in Torbay starts today. Livermead Road in Torquay was flooded by the rough sea over Easter after the sea wall was damaged. Rocks will be placed in front of the wall to protect the road from future flooding.
Raw sewage is no longer being pumped into the sea off the coast of Torquay.
South West Water says it has finished repairs to a key sewer which had been damaged when part of the sea wall collapsed at Livermead on Easter Monday.
While the sewer was being repaired, thouands of gallons of raw waste was diverted into the sea through the emergency overflow system.
The public had been warned not to swim at three local beaches on the English Riviera.
Get the latest information on the situation here.
The A3022 Torbay Road (Torquay Seafront road) is closed both ways for emergency repairs between Wheatridge Lane and Seaway Lanes. Repairs are being hampered by tidal conditions and the route will now stay shut until 14 April.
Buses are being diverted
All of Torquay's sewage is being pumped straight into the sea. People are being warned not to go swimming.
The sea wall at Livermead was damaged during rough seas on Monday and engineers have spent the last three days carrying out repairs because of fears the main sewer pipe could have collapsed. South West Water hopes to begin reinstating the sewer later.
Here's Richard Gilpin from South West Water