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- Updates on Friday 22 April 2016
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Jonathan Morris, BBC News Online
Bond director Guy Hamilton - who died earlier this week - led his own secret agent life, ferrying downed airmen from Nazi-occupied France.
His team launched their missions across the Channel from the Royal Dart Hotel in Dartmouth, but one mission left him in danger of being captured, as he revealed in an interview with the BBC.
David Braine, Weather Forecaster
The night will see a damp start with further rain. The cloud and rain will become confined to southern parts by dawn, though with clearer, chillier conditions arriving across the north. Minimum temperature: 4C (39F).Copyright: BBC
The legacy of the overnight cloud and rain will clear quickly leaving a much brighter Saturday with sunshine and patchy cloud. Maximum Temperature: 12C (54F).
Charlie Fripp from St Agnes spotted a surfing seal in the harbour at Dungarvan, where the Celtic Media Festival is being held.
BBC News Online, London
Father and son Ben and Tim Lupton, from Exmouth, are gearing up for their first London marathon together.
But it will be particularly close family moment as Tim, who will be completing his seventh marathon, will be guiding 18-year-old Ben, who's blind, on his first.Copyright: Tim Lupton
The pair regularly go for off-road runs near their home, where they have become adept at dodging branches and puddles. However, Tim said: "I don't know what the roads are going to be like on the day in London and we don't know the obstacles. But we shall take them as we find them, and it keeps me thinking rather than just running it."
A man from Plymouth has been jailed for four years and four months for killing a cyclist while drink-driving.
Sonny Richards, 24, pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving, careless driving while under the influence of alcohol and failing to stop on 12 March on Outland Road.
His victim, 34-year-old father and RNLI volunteer Nathan Dale, was wearing a helmet and lights when he was hit by Richards, the court heard. CCTV showed Richards driving with no lights on the wrong side of the road.
BBC News Online
The 76 victims killed in a World War Two air raid shelter bombing have been honoured at a service marking the 75th anniversary of the attack.Copyright: BBC
Portland Square shelter in Plymouth was struck on 22 April 1941, causing the greatest loss of civilian life in the Plymouth Blitz.
Survivors attended the ceremony at the site which is now part of Plymouth University.
- A Plymouth man is jailed for more than four years for killing a cyclist - who was an RNLI volunteer - while drink-driving
- A man who stole £41,000 from his mother is ordered to repay just £1 after a court is told he has no assets
- A memorial service is held in Plymouth to mark the 75th anniversary of the single greatest loss of civilian life in the city during the Blitz
- Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron slams a decision by the government to axe £150,000 of annual funding to promote the Cornish language
BBC News Online
A son who lived a luxury lifestyle after stealing £41,000 from his mother has been ordered to repay just £1 after he was found to have no assets.
Derek Snelling, 70, was taken to court under the Proceeds of Crime Act after he admitted four charges of fraud and was jailed for two years in 2015.Copyright: Nick Irving
Snelling, from Hartland, Devon, stole the money from the 93-year-old over six years, Exeter Crown Court heard. His mother, who has since died, told police she "wanted to wring his blooming neck".
Torquay United bosses say they are facing "negative impact to playing budgets and workable club capital next season" because police are considering having a presence at the Plainmoor ground, which the club would have to pay for.Copyright: BBC
On their website, the club said it was after a number of incidents involving a small number of fans incidents "inside and outside the ground, leading to issues regarding the stewards and concerns to public safety".
The club said the average cost of such policing "runs into several thousands of pounds per game".
People in Devon and Cornwall will go to the polls on Thursday, 5 May to vote for the next Police and Crime Commissioner.Copyright: Andrew Segal
If you have not made your mind up who to vote for, here are the Minute Manifestos of all of the candidates.
Exeter Express & Echo
Social media pages have been awash with the 'news' that Justin Timberlake is moving to Exeter.
BBC Radio Devon
Two wards at Torbay Hospital have been hit by an outbreak of a vomiting and diarrhoea bug, bosses say.
Norovirus was also affecting Dartmouth and Totnes Community Hospitals, they added.
Health managers have asked visitors not to come to the hospital if they've had sickness or diarrhoea in the last 48 hours.
BBC Radio Cornwall
A Cornish MP says Brexit from the Europen Union is necessary because it is affecting Westminster's work.
South East Cornwall Conservative Sheryll Murray has disputed the Prime Minister's arguments that staying in the EU is good for Cornwall, despite voting for the UK's continued membership of the European Economic Community during a referendum in 1974.
She said: "I was an 'inner' for a trading agreement, I was an 'inner' for an organisation that has since completely changed. That organisation is now having such an effect on the decisions we make in Westminster that we are really not able to govern our own country."
BBC News Online
Artifacts from the Titanic and photos of some of the survivors will go on display in Plymouth later this month.
Plymouth was where survivors of the maritime disaster first set foot on UK soil.Copyright: Nigel Voisey
Old film footage and personal stories from the time will also be featured in the exhibition.
BBC Radio Devon
People who pay to have rubbish removed are being told to ensure the removal company has got a waste carrier's licence after a man from Devon was fined and ordered to pay costs of more than £1,100.
Christopher Chalk, 21, of Warbro Road in Torquay, was fined £660 by magistrates, plus ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £66 and Teignbridge District Council's prosecution costs of £440 after being convicted last month of dumping computer waste in a lane near Torquay.
The business owner was also fined £300 for using an unauthorised carrier to get rid of the waste, the council said. David Eaton, of the council, said: "It's easy to feel tempted into handing over rubbish to someone who offers to take it away for a bargain price, but it's likely to end up dumped illegally somewhere."
A 16-year-old from the St Austell area who attempted to rape a girl when he and she were both 15 has been placed on the Sex Offenders' Register.