Police are trying to locate the whereabouts of 40-year-old Stephen Walker aged 40years. He was last seen on Fisher Road in Newton Abbot at around 2pm yesterday [Saturday]. Stephen is described as being a white male, of stocky build and approximately five feet ten inches tall.
He has brown/black coloured hair, which is starting to turn grey. He is thought to be wearing jeans, a navy t-shirt, a green/blue tweed coat and green wellington boots.
A taxi firm in Newton Abbot has recruited 15 Romanian drivers, saying it has struggled to find anyone locally. The managing director of Teignbridge Taxis said he worked long and hard to recuit people from the area but couldn't find suitable candidates, as John Andrews reports.
A nativity play with a difference is wowing audiences in Newton Abbot. Pupils from Bradley Barton Primary spent a week making 300 puppets - including the all-important donkey - to tell the story of the First Christmas.
Proceeds from the shows are going to the charity 'Hannahs', which helps disabled people.
MPs are due to discuss the teaching of life-saving skills in schools this morning. The debate is being led by the MP for Newton Abbot, Anne Marie Morris, who is calling for lessons to be made compulsory.
She says it's common sense that as many people as possible should be able to save somebody's life in an emergency. A campaign by the British Heart Foundation already has widespread backing.
500 new apprenticeships are being created by a Devon-based building firm defying the gloom in the construction sector. Linden Homes is also investing £0.5 million in a new training academy at its Newton Abbot headquarters. Jonathan Gibson reports.