A Plymouth firm has been convicted for a second time for illegally taking water from South West Water's network.
A secret underground emergency bunker, built to protect essential services in the event of a nuclear war, is being auctioned by water and sewerage company South West Water.
South West Water plans to invest almost £160million in improving its services in 2014-15, and freeze standard tariffs and standing charges for all our household and business customers until April 2015.
Restoration of peat bogs on Exmoor has resulted in a third less water leaving the moorland during heavy rainfall compared with three years ago, a new study shows.
A £100,000 scheme to improve Westward Ho's sewer network will restart next week.
South West Water and its H5O partners will start work to install a new sewer in Crabtree Close, Plymouth, on Monday 3 February 2014.
Preparatory work has started ahead of delivering £5 million worth of projects to further improve bathing water quality at Torbay's beaches.