Fake toys containing high chemical levels have been seized by Trading Standards in Barnstaple and Ilfracombe.
The toys, from the Disney film Frozen, could damage the reproductive system and increase the risk of cancer or asthma if they are chewed by children.
Parents are being asked to double check any products they buy for signs they might be fake.
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Train passengers could slash their fares by up to 60 per cent by buying a series of tickets - rather than one standard fare.Read the full story ›
Residents on the Isles of Scilly have been told they face a 45 million pound bill to upgrade their water and sewerage system - to bring them in line with European standards.
Leading councillors on the islands warned today about the impact on tourism - and said water bills could soar - unless alternative funding can be found.
The local council has written to every household on the islands about the proposals.
More than a quarter of people in our region are worried about how they will afford Christmas this year, according to a new survey.
The Money Advice Service says almost a third of us will turn to credit cards to help fund our celebrations, while 1 in 25 will take out a payday loan.
It is urging shoppers to plan their festive spending carefully, including making a budget, comparing online and high street shops and looking for special offers.
Cow's milk produced at a North Devon farm is being recalled because of a potential link to an outbreak of E.coli
Barton Farm Dairy at Kentisbury, near Barnstaple, is recalling its raw cow’s drinking milk after two children, aged 10 and 12, fell ill with E coli 0157 infection two weeks ago. It is thought they may have drunk the product.
The Food Standards Agency has issued a Product Recall Information Notice and advised anyone who may have bought the product not to consume it.
Disability Rights campaigners will be out in Bodmin today - seeing how wheelchair-friendly the Cornish town is.
The Disability Awareness day will see wheelchair users trying to access facilities around the town.
A Cornish dairy has withdrawn some of its products after a cleaning product was found in some of its milk and cream after customers complained about the taste.
Trewithen Dairy is withdrawing a number of milk and cream products. Please click on the link for more details: http://t.co/z682YVDLWn
Trewithen Dairy, based at Lostwithiel says a small amount of industrial strength cleaning fluid had contaminated the milk at one of its supply farms It said whole, semi and skimmed milk dated 25 and 26 August and liquid cream and clotted cream dated 26 and 27 August had been affected.
We are not aware of any danger to health due to the vast dilution of the liquid
We are taking all possible steps and precautions and have reacted immediately with an instant withdrawal and replacement for product that may have been contaminated.
We know which customers have received these products and are now collecting and replacing anything at risk.
If any members of the public have purchased Trewithen Dairy products with the above dates over the last two days and would like a replacement, they should not hesitate in returning it to their retailer who will provide a replacement.
We apologise profusely for this unfortunate error and can confirm that this issue has been contained within these products so that our yoghurt, butter, crème fraiche and buttermilk are not affected.