South West Water say it is not in crisis mode as Burrator reserves drop to half of their capacity.Read the full story ›
A volunteer has died in hospital after collapsing during the Ten Tors challenge in Dartmoor at the weekend.Read the full story ›
Teenagers from across the West Country will take part in the "life-changing experience" this weekend.Read the full story ›
It took around 18 hours for the fires to be put out.Read the full story ›
Charlie Powell explains why parts of Dartmoor have seen snow despite the arrival of spring.Read the full story ›
Officers tweeted that they were "frustrated and disappointed" by the "stupid decisions being made by drivers" following the snow.Read the full story ›
113 animals have already been killed on our moorland roads this year.Read the full story ›
The park authority says its honesty box system has failed, meaning parking charges have now been introduced across the national park.Read the full story ›
Firefighters are tackling a gorse fire that stretches around 2 miles in Dartmoor. They were called to the Watern Tor area around 1pm.
Dartmoor Rescue Ashburton are urging people to avoid the area while the fire is brought under control. It's not thought to be a danger to local residents at the moment.
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A report has found "shocking" failings by Dartmoor prison to protect the public from the risk posed by the men it releases.
Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Prisons found the release of prisoners, a majority of whom were sex offenders, was "unplanned, rushed and poor", while some were released too early.
Out of around 630 prisoners at Dartmoor, 440 were there for sex offences at the time of the inspection in August, making up 70%.
The prison also failed to properly address the behaviours and attitudes of those in denial of their convictions.
Most of those released were also left either homeless or in very temporary accommodation.