71-year-old Susan Hicks, who has dementia, has been missing from her care home in Vane Hill, Torquay since this morning, Friday 25 August.Read the full story ›
Britain's Got Talent auditions will be taking place in Torquay today, Wednesday 9 August, for a second year.
Locals are invited to show off their talent for a chance to get onto the big stage on the hit ITV show.
Auditions are set to begin at 6pm at the Cinnabar Pub, with under 16s only being allowed to participate if they are accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Personal bankruptcy in seaside towns has been described as an 'epidemic' according to research by accountancy firm as Torquay tops the list.Read the full story ›
A golden retriever, who went missing while on a walk in Torquay, has sparked a Coastguard response along the coast.Read the full story ›
Elliott Caruana will serve four years for launching a violent attack on his ex-girlfriend's grandparents home.Read the full story ›
It is not just us enjoying the summer weather in the West Country this weekend, the region's Zoo animals are soaking up the sun too.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for a missing 34-year-old woman last seen in Torquay.
Jayne Woodhead disappeared from Newton Road in the town at around 3pm.
She is slim, and was wearing blue jeans and a grey tshirt.
Concerns are growing for the welfare of a vulnerable missing man in Torquay.
Graham Crocker is 72-years-old and was last seen wearing light fawn trousers, a pale blue or green zip up jacket, an open necked t-shirt and a fawn coloured cap.
Mr Crocker is likely to be wearing a gold coloured chunky watch and gold signet ring with diamond in the middle.
He is from the Babbacombe area of Torquay, and was last seen heading towards the harbour area on Thursday 25 May.
Graham is a vulnerable member of the public and is likely to appear confused or distressed. If you know of his whereabouts or have seen him since he went missing on Thursday, please call 999.
A man taken to hospital with life threatening injuries after a fire at a house in Torquay has died.
Crews were called to Fore Street in St Marychurch just before 10pm on Tuesday 9 May after the fire was seen from a first floor window.
Firefighters rescued the occupant and he was taken to Torbay District Hospital suffering from severe burns and smoke inhalation. He was then transferred to Swansea Hospital where he later died from his injuries.
A man has been taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries after a fire in Torquay. 50 firefighters were brought in to tackle the blazeRead the full story ›