South West Water's business plan for 2015-20 today received a big vote of confidence from Ofwat, the independent industry regulator.
Pupils at Seaton Primary School in East Devon have been learning how to purify water in the build up to World Water Day this Saturday (22 March).
Reservoirs are beautiful - but can also be dangerous.
South West Water has taken another step to keep bills as low as possible while continuing to invest heavily in improved services.
A bespoke water pumping station has been installed in the grounds of Tregenna Castle Hotel, St Ives, to keep customers in water during a major maintenance project.
Three talented apprentices from South West Water have been rewarded for their hard work by being offered permanent roles.
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.
Preparatory work has started ahead of delivering £5 million worth of projects to further improve bathing water quality at Torbay's beaches.