A carer from Devon has been found guilty of stealing more than £75,000 from an elderly and vulnerable patient.Read the full story ›
A carer is facing jail after she was found guilty of taking more than £75,000 from a vulnerable pensioner she was supposed to be looking after.
Melanie Harris used Edward Carter's bank account as her own, siphoning thousands of pounds from it, to fund shopping trips.
Cerebral palsy sufferer Mr Carter, from Bideford, who also had epilepsy and other serious illnesses, has since passed away, but the court was shown a DVD of his statement.
Harris, a carer with twenty years experience, admitted she was guilty of not recording her spending, but denied stealing her client's money.
Parents fear the safety of their children will be put in danger by council cuts which could see an end to school crossing patrols in Devon.Read the full story ›
Celebrities including Ed Sheeran and Tom Daley have donated their underwear for an auction tonight in Woolacombe raising funds for the CoppaFeel breast awareness charity.
The auction is one of a number of events Heather Walters from North Devon has organised in a bid to get more people checking themselves regularly.
You can find the full list of items for auction and details of the event on the campaign Facebook page.
A woman from North Devon is auctioning off celebrities' underwear to raise money for breast cancer.Read the full story ›
A group of men dressed in boiler suits in Barnstaple stole the keys from an ambulance. One of the keys broke off in the ignition.Read the full story ›
A Big Issue seller from Barnstaple has been jailed for life for killing his mother - whom he blamed for squandering a £75,000 inheritance.Read the full story ›
A special educational needs school in North Devon, which closed in the Summer amidst allegations of abuse, has gone into liquidation.Read the full story ›
A North Devon school at the centre of an inquiry into physical abuse has given up its licence to operate.
Chelfham Mill near Barnstaple was a boarding and day school for around forty boys with emotional and behavioural problems. It's licence was suspended for six weeks in July while the abuse claims were investigated. Now it's chosen not to reopen.
The County Council says it's working to find alternative places for the school's 14 day pupils. A police investigation is still ongoing.
Hundreds of friends, family and supporters of a North Devon teenager have met this evening to celebrate her life.
Katie Gammon had a double lung transplant after suffering from Cystic Fibrosis.
The teenager had raised thousands of pounds for charities that had helped her with sponsored walks following the operation. But recently her body began to reject her new lungs and she died on Sunday.
Our footage from tonight's memorial starts with pictures of Katie on a fundraising walk for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.