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A man has died following a serious crash on the A390 in Tavistock.
Emergency services were called at 7am after a car was in collision with a hedge and a Land Rover Defender.
The male driver of the car was treated by paramedics but was pronounced deceased at the scene a short time later.
The road between Gunnislake and Tavistock was closed until 2.05pm for officers to examine the scene.
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Horrified RSPCA workers are appealing for information after they discovered the mutilated body of a dead cat.
The animal - which had been skinned - was found with broken bones and bound by twine, lying behind a multi-storey car park in Tavistock.
The cat was found by a member of the public outside the Cooperative car park at 8:30am on February 27, and the charity were immediately called for help.
RSPCA inspector Lewis Taylor attended the grim scene.
This was a very strange and disturbing incident and we would really like to get to the bottom of what happened to this poor cat.
It looks like they may have been a black cat from the fur that you can see but the body has been so badly ripped apart that sadly it’s really hard to tell.
A vet has confirmed that they suffered broken bones and then were skinned and tied up, although the tying up was likely to have happened after they died as the rope was clean and loose.
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Footballers with disabilities will be taking part in the largest football festival in the South West this weekend. The Son Rise Cup is now in its tenth year.
It was started by Allen Lewis to raise money for a special type of treatment for his son, who has autism. More than 100 teams from juniors to senior sides will be competing.
The venues include the all weather pitches at Crowndale, Tavistock College, along with Langsford Park, home of Tavistock AFC.