Tonight sees the premiere of a surf film made about North Devon surfer Andrew Cotton who rode one of the largest waves ever recorded
Children from schools across Devon and Cornwall have been enjoying a taste of Victorian life at the home of the Earl & Countess of Devon
Plans to reduce the number of Magistrate Court sessions in North Devon by half, have been criticised with pledges to fight the proposals.
These young great tits are getting ready to flee their nest in Woolacombe.
A leading campaigner is calling for immediate action on asbestos in schools after a new study showed children are at greater risk from exposure than the adults who teach them.
Michael Lees from North Devon, whose wife, a teacher, died from mesothelioma is calling for the government to act on the findings of its own cancer advisory committee.
The body of the man, believed to be in his 60s or 70s, was found in a street in Barnstaple on Wednesday morning.
Devon and Cornwall Police said the death is being treated as unexplained and are trying to contact next of kin.
The North Devon Conservative Association has released this statement following the death of former MP Tony Speller...
– Chris Rowland - Constituency Organiser, North Devon Conservative Association
North Devon Conservative Association is much saddened to hear the news of the death of Tony Speller, former Conservative Member of Parliament for North Devon. Tony was a wonderful champion for all his constituents in North Devon; one of his crowning legacies was securing the construction of the long awaited North Devon Link Road. He had a great many friends in the Association and will be sorely missed. All Members of the Association send much sympathy to Tony’s family in these sad times.”
The former North Devon Conservative MP Tony Speller has died at the age of 83.
One of Mr Speller's main achievements was securing the construction of the long-awaited North Devon Link Road.
Mr Speller took over the role of MP after defeating former Liberal leader Jeremy Thorpe.