It is the 50th anniversary of the Babbacombe model village. The Devon attraction now includes a model of the Shard to bring it up-to-date
Torquay United face Exeter City in the Devon derby at Plainmoor tomorrow. Despite the rivalry there's plenty of Christmas spirit around.
A 60 metre high observation wheel opens for business in Torquay. It's hoped it will attract more visitors to the resort.
Two men from Torquay are due before magistrates following a terror incident earlier this year.
Bomb disposal experts were called to Lymington Road in January. John Roddy has been charged with preparing an act of terror.
He and Tobias Ruth are also accused of conspiring to cause criminal damage and to send malicious messages.
Every week for half a century Keith Fursdon has made it his mission to make sure Torquay's iconic clock tower is showing the correct time. Now Torbay Council has presented him with a certificate in recognition of his work.
– Chris, resident in Chapter 1 hostel in Torquay
I became homeless because of alcohol and legal highs.
I've been having panic attacks and bad anxiety since I was 17. I have depression. I used to drink to block out the anxiety, and take legal highs to lift my depression.
It meant me losing jobs, and my home.
I now know exercise is the best thing for depression. That's why football, and all sports activities, are important to me.
When I move into my own place, I'll still carry on with the weekly football sessions through the hostel because I love it.
– Dean Ashton, Sports Development Officer, Chapter 1
Homeless football is about more than just a game.
Playing sport encourages fitness, self-confidence and discipline.
It can better equip people who have been homeless to move on, to live independently in the community, gain qualifications and find work.
Our aim is to enthuse more homeless projects to develop sports schemes within their local area and build sustainable working partnerships to support homeless people in every possible way.
A team from Devon will compete in a national football tournament for homeless people.
The Street2Feet five-a-side competition will be held in Manchester on May the 15th.
Chapter 1, which provides accommodation and support for vulnerable people in Torquay, will send a team to the game, for the third time.
32 teams representing more than 20 homeless projects will take part.
A Torquay man who for the last half a century has made sure the town's iconic clock tower, the Mallock Tower, is showing the correct time, has been given an award.
Torbay Council presented Keith Marsden with a certificate in recognition of his meticulous work over the last 50 years.
Two men from Torquay have been charged after an incident which led to part of the town being evacuated earlier this year.
Roads were cordoned off and bomb disposal experts were called to Lymington Road on 3 January.
John Roddy, who's 20 has been charged with an offence under the terrorism act while he and 18 year old Tobias Ruth have both been charged with conspiracy to send malicious messages and conspiracy to cause criminal damage.
They have been released on bail to appear before Exeter magistrates on 14 May.
Argyle chairman James Brent has told ITV West Country how the club's relegation battle and end-of-season League position were unacceptable.
And he has re-affirmed he wants manager John Sheridan to stay and sign a new contract.
Torquay United has issued a statement, announcing that the Board has decided to terminate the contract of manager Martin Ling with immediate effect.
The club says the decision is based purely on the team's recent footballing performances, including early exits in all three cup competitions.
He made his name in Neighbours, played Joseph in the West End and now Jason Donovan is stepping out in the hit musical Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.
You can see him at the Hippodrome in Bristol until 27 April and then he moves onto the Princess Theatre in Torquay.
Tanya Mercer caught up with him in his dressing room...