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.
Rail travel in and out of the region is to be severely disrupted for the next three week as the mainline is closed between Exeter and Taunton.
From today passengers from St Davids and Tiverton Parkway will be bused to Taunton for journeys to the North. Services to London and the South East will be rerouted via Yeovil.
Network Rail say it's to allow vital repairs to the one hundred and seventy year old Whiteball Tunnel on the Somerset border to be carried out. Other track renewal work will be carried out to stop flooding.
BREAKING: Game off due to waterlogged pitch.
Exeter City's League Two match with Morecambe at St James Park has been postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.
Confirmation of today's fixture being postponed. Ticketing details to follow in due course. http://t.co/NSQqmJr2Ng
Horse racing at Exeter has been abandoned today due to a waterlogged track. People with tickets are being offered to use them at Cheltenham today. You can get more details here
Families in Exeter are preparing to celebrate the new year with a new little person. Exeter Hospital say they had a busy christmas period on the labour ward and birthing centre.
They had several babies born on Christmas Day and midwives say it's a pleasure to work those shifts, at a very special time of year. This little lady is called Florence and was born at 10:36am on 27th December.