Rugby posts have started springing up around Exeter in the build up to the Rugby World Cup 2015.
Exeter Chiefs saw their run of five-straight defeats in the Aviva Premiership come to an end as they completed the double over London Irish.
Bath were trailing by six points early in the second half, but battled back to win a nail-biting West Country derby at Sandy Park.
100 jobs are being created at Crealy Adventure Park in Exeter. The extra staff are needed to cover the busy summer period. The family-run park recently celebrated its 25th anniversary.
A selection process will take place this weekend at the park near Clyst St Mary.
The Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital is heading for a £2.7million hole in its budget this year.
It's had to make efficiency savings of £11 million pounds over the past four years despite increasing demand, particularly from older patients. The hospital trust says the deficit is just one per cent of its budget and is not planning major cuts.
Rugby posts are being placed around Exeter to inspire residents to be more active and help the city get excited about the World Cup next year. Some of the matches next year will be held at the Sandy Park stadium.
Today players from Exeter Chiefs coached primary school children, helping build the excitement ahead of the competition. Duncan Sleightholme reports.
Rugby posts are being put in prominent positions around Exeter to promote the forthcoming world cup.
Today youngsters from Bowhill School had a training session with players from Exeter Chiefs.
Its part of a programme to inspire residents to take up sport ahead of the world cup in 2015. The city's Sandy Park stadium is one of the host venues.
Councillor Keith Owen from Exeter City Council was at the event.
Staff at a department store in Exeter spent much of today grinning after being given a bumper bonus of 15% of their salary. All John Lewis employees become partners in the firm and share its success.
And since the shop opened 18 months ago, the Chamber of Commerce says the city is thriving, despite tough economic conditions. Duncan Sleightholme reports.
Shame and embarrassment stops one in four people in the South West seeking advice about money problems.
Research by the charity 'Action for Children' found that more than a quarter would put off seeking financial advice. Richard Lawrence reports.