Two friends from Devon have celebrated their first healthy Christmas since surviving a deadly lung disease.
Honiton's ancient hot penny-throwing ceremony takes place today. Here we explain what it is and how it started.
The families of three young people who died following a fire at a house in Honiton have paid tribute to them.
Transplant patient Kirstie Tancock from Honiton is recovering after a second lung transplant.
Kirstie was sitting up in her hospital bed last night and able to enjoy a meal.
She underwent surgery in London on Saturday after her body rejected the organs she received in 2011.
A transplant patient from Honiton is undergoing a second lung transplant.
Kirstie Tancock, who we featured earlier this year getting people to sign up to the donor register, has cystic fibrosis.
She had surgery in 2011 but her body has rejected the new organs.
She's been told she only has two weeks to live but today's operation could save her life.
The 123rd Honiton Agricultural Show takes place on Thursday.
The event has grown to become one of the largest 'one day' shows of its kind in the country and is held over 140 acres at Stockers Farm in Gittisham.
It's a Devon tradition that dates back to the 13th century but was in danger of becoming the latest victim of health and safety rules.
Today the historic Honiton Hot Pennies ceremony DID take place, but it was only allowed to go ahead after a change of route to make sure the road closure wasn't too disruptive.
Our reporter Jacquie Bird was there:
An historic ceremony in Honiton that involves people throwing hot pennies from windows on to the street below takes place today.
It's part of a tradition which dates back to the thirteenth century.
There were fears possible road closures and health and safety issues could threaten to bring the event to an end.
A video featuring school teachers from a school in Devon has become an internet hit.
While Year 11 students from Honiton Community College were 'interviewed' their teachers danced behind them with the pupils unaware of the stunt.
The video has so far attracted more than 26,000 viewings on YouTube.
A college in East Devon is proving that distance is no barrier to learning by establishing links with a school in Ethiopia. A group of students from Honiton Community College travelled to Shashemene where they spent time working with students.
They say it's transformed the way they feel about the education they're getting back at home.