Music legend Tom Jones is coming to Plymouth Hoe on his latest tour.Read the full story ›
A statue of the first female MP to sit in Parliament has been unveiled on Plymouth Hoe.Read the full story ›
The train-naming ceremony took part ahead of a statue unveiling in Plymouth.Read the full story ›
A £50 million hotel and housing project has seemingly ground to halt on Plymouth Hoe after more than a year of inactivity.Read the full story ›
Selstar Fireworks from Chichester, West Sussex, blew the judges away with their performance.Read the full story ›
Members of the Coastguard cliff rescue team described the tombstoners’ actions as “disrespectful” and “infuriating”.Read the full story ›
Plymouth's largest music event MTV Presents Ocean City Sounds will see crowds of up to 30,000 flock to the HoeRead the full story ›
Hundreds of people gathered on Plymouth Hoe last night to bid goodbye to a remarkable poppy display, which is being taken down from Monday.Read the full story ›
Devon and Cornwall Police have issued a new warning that those taking part in 'tombstoning' are playing with death or serious injury.Read the full story ›
Music fans have got confirmed dates for when MTV Crashes Plymouth next year.
The festival will return for its third year on Plymouth Hoe on Thursday 28th and Friday 29th July.
Tickets go on sale for early birds on Monday evening. The event is organised by MTV in collaboration with Plymouth City Council.