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.
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.
Honiton community college is forging greater links with a school in Ethiopia.
It follows a trip of lifetime for a group of pupils who raised funds to spend a week at the secondary school in the town of Shashamene. They said they were struck by the African pupils determiniation to succeed despite having very little equipment and facililites.
A Devon schoolboy has broken the Guinness World Record for completing the most number of forward rolls in one minute.
14-year-old Ashley Wallis, a member of Honiton Gym Club, completed 75 rolls.
It's six more than the previous world record holder, American Ivan Spizizen who had held the record since September last year.
The event was held to raise money for Honiton gymnasts that are competing at the Geneva International Acro Cup in June.
Footage courtesy of Honiton Gym Club.
Two teenagers and a toddler killed in a house fire have had their organs donated to at least nine people.
17-year-old Rosie Bennellick, her 3-year-old brother Harvey and Rosie's 18-year-old boyfriend Andy Gunn all died in the fire in Honiton last month.
Family, friends and members of the emergency services gathered today for the funeral of a young brother and sister killed in a house fire in Honiton.
Rosie Ben-ellick who was seventeen, and her three year old brother Harvey died in hospital after the fire on the fifth of April. Rosie's boyfriend Andy Gunn also died. Five other people in the house were rescued. Richard Lawrence reports.