Since the World Cup of 1970, children have been collecting and swapping Panini stickers.
NHS apologises to woman raped by Savile in Exeter mental health unit
Firefighters in Devon were called to a pub in Exeter after it caught fire in the early hours of the morning
There's an exhibition of portraits in Devon which has several unusual purposes. It started as an academic research project, but it's also about awareness raising and changing attitudes.
It's also drawing praise for the quality of the artwork, and the bravery of the people portrayed. John Andrews reports on the exhibition about facial disfigurement.
Train services on South West Trains between Honiton and Exeter St Davids have been stopped after a road vehicle hit a bridge. Tickets being accepted on local bus routes. There is no estimate for the resumption of normal.
The new Bishop of Exeter is undertaking a pilgrimage around the county ahead of his enthronment next week. Bishop Robert is visiting a school, Exeter Prison, a hospice and will even a drink with the lifeboat team at Hope Cove. He officially takes up his role on the 5th of July.
Delays are possible on flights to and from France and other European destinations due to industrial action by French air traffic control. Exeter Airport passengers are advised to check the status of their flight.
As part of the city’s annual celebrations of the work of the Armed Forces, almost 800 servicemen and women from all branches of the armed forces will be marching through the City Centre with Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal taking the salute at the Guildhall.
Fire crews are dealing with a fire at The Hole in The Wall pub in Exeter. They were called to the three storey building in Little Castle Street soon after 4 am.
The fire broke out at the back of the pub and spread to multiple storeys and the roof space.
At its height, around 60 firefighters were at the scene. The fire is now under control but Bailey Street remains closed and Musgrave Row is still affected.
The opening fixture of the World Cup is now only hours away - with Croatia taking on Brazil.
The hosts are a team with an amazing football history which believe or not began - when they played Exeter - yes Exeter City - a hundred years ago this summer. Seth Conway reports.
The World Cup starts in Brazil tonight but the most successful team in world football owes much to a game against Exeter City.
The Devon side were Brazil's first opponents while on a tour of South America in 1914. Exeter City in association with the city's university have now produced a new digital club history to reflect this historic game.