Some council tax payers in Newton Abbot will have to pay more than £9 a year extra because of an admin error.Read the full story ›
CrossCountry trains have cancelled services between Exeter St Davids and Newton Abbot due to forecast adverse weather conditions.
Passengers are being advised to use Great Western Services instead.
Police are becoming increasingly concerned about a teenager who's been missing for a week.
15-year-old Abbie Grant was last seen in the High Street area of Exeter last Tuesday - she was wearing grey jogging bottoms and a navy blue sweatshirt.
Abbie is a white female, 5ft 4 tall, medium build with black shoulder length hair tied in a ponytail. If you know where she might be, then contact Devon and Cornwall Police.
A man has appeared at Plymouth Magistrates' Court today charged with the murder of Adrian Munday.
40-year-old Stuart Hodgkin, originally from Basingstoke, was arrested last weekend in connection with the death of the 51-year-old, who was found dead at a house in Newton Abbot on 6th October.
Mr Hodgkin has been remanded in custody.
Police have arrested a man in connection with the death of Adrian Munday - who was found dead at a house in Newton Abbot earlier this month.
There had been a fire at the property on Wain Lane that had been extinguished before the police arrived. A murder investigation began following the results of a forensic post mortem on Friday.
Devon and Cornwall Police have confirmed that they arrested a 40-year-old man in Basingstoke last night at around 10:30pm. He is now being held at Torquay police station where he is assisting police with their enquiries.
Police have launched a murder investigation in Newton Abbot. It follows the death of 51-year-old Adrian Munday.Read the full story ›
A mother whose 11 year old daughter was left at the roadside by three school-buses is calling for a change of Devon County Council policyRead the full story ›
71 years ago they fought together as part of the Warsaw uprising and now, quite by chance, they find themselves living in adjacent bungalows.
In August 1944 Andrew Borowiec and Ted Stopczynski were part of the Polish Resistance trying to free the city from German occupation.
The pair have now find themselves reunited at Ilford Park, a residential care home for former members of the Polish Forces.
Mr Borowiec says they are fortunate to have found each other.
The Prime Minister will be in Newton Abbott today for tour of a housing site. The visit comes day before the new Housing Bill is published.Read the full story ›
In what's being described as an "enormous coincidence," two Polish resistance fighters have been re-united at a West Country care home.
Andrew Borowiec and Ted Stopczynski fought side-by-side as teenagers in the second World War.
The pair are now neighbours at Ilford Park near Newton Abbot.
"It's wonderful that both of us are here obviously prosperous and that we survived all that and it's fortunately very far behind us."