North Devonian pounds the streets of the capital for charity....
Tony Farnaby is taking on a 190 mile-long ride around Devon for the lifesaving charity.
East Devon’s election chief has apologised after an error was identified in the postal voting papers sent out to some electors.
Health bosses announced this week that talks to decide the future of community hospitals in East Devon will be temporarily suspended.
This large barerel jellyfish caught the attention of passers-by when it washed up on Sidmouth beach yesterday (Sunday).
The nine-turbine wind farm is set to be operational in North Devon by summer 2016.
A new 210-place primary school could be opening in Exmouth, offering children a different kind of curriculum.
Walls around the building on Joy Street have come down revealing new TK Maxx store building.
Fire crews have been called to a fire at the Spar store in Budleigh Salterton.
Woman claiming to be from the council tried to con elderly Barnstaple man, as police warn people to remain vigilent of fraudsters.
Axminster landlord retires from Lyme lifeboat crew after 25 years of dedicated service
Tireless fundraisers this week launched a bid to create a £400,000 dementia centre at Sidmouth Victoria Hospital.
The ‘Drop Me A Line’ exhibition, created by Michael Fairfax, landed at the gallery last month.
Drivers help talk the man to safety after Sunday afternoon drama on Taw Bridge
The Ship and Pilot pub pays homage to England sporting success in football club fundraiser
Children from Exeter Road Community Primary School have got their hands on a new book written by an Exmouth author.
Students joined artist Michael Fairfax to create sound instruments from cherry wood.
The future of Budleigh Jazz Festival could be in doubt after its organiser announced he was stepping down from the role.
Devon Freewheeler volunteer Pete Lowres, 46, knows every penny that drops into the charity’s collection pots is vital to continue its lifeline work.
Craig Boyde will be cycling from Watchet in Somerset to West Bay in Dorset on Sunday, May 17.
A team from Honiton Round Table and other volunteers gave their time to help plant the garden at Hospiscare’s new day hospice in Honiton.
An Exmouth vicar has said a fond farewell to his parishioners after more than 14 years.
Phear Park and Manor Gardens are being discussed as possible venues for the return of dinosaurs to Exmouth.
The Bideford Round Table has raised nearly £3,000 to provide holidays of a lifetime for children with serious illnesses and disabilities.
Devon Freewheelers operates daily ‘hand-to-mouth’, never knowing where its next penny will come from.
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