A ship from a West African country hit by the deadly Ebola virus will be docking in Falmouth next month.Read the full story ›
Avon & Somerset Police are appealing for witnesses following the death of a woman after the car in which she was travelling ended up submerged in the River Parrett.
The male driver managed to escape from the vehicle in the incident which happened near to Martock during the early hours of yesterday morning (Sunday 19 October).
The man (21) and woman (19) were in the car which was travelling along Broadmead near to the junction with Hawthorn Hill in the direction of Gawbridge Bow at about 1.10am. The car left the road and entered the River Parrett.
The driver managed to escape but the teenage passenger was trapped in the car. She was declared dead at the scene.
The driver was later arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving and has been released on police bail, pending further enquiries.
Police are keen to hear from anyone who may have been in the area at the time of the incident, who may have information to help their enquiries.
The medical ship RFA Argus has left Falmouth on its way to Sierra Leone to help in the fight against ebola.
The ship is packed with food, medical equipment and thousands of bottles of water but ebola patients won't be brought on board because of the risk of spreading the virus.
There were difficult farewells this morning as RFA Argus, a medical ship with a fully-equipped 100-bed hospital on board, prepared to leave Falmouth on its mission to help Ebola victims.
Here's a short clip from the dockside.
RFA Argus, a medical ship with a fully-equipped 100-bed hospital on board, will leave Falmouth today on its way to Sierra Leone, to help Ebola victims.
The ship is packed with food, medical equipment and thousands of bottles of water and has a state of the art casualty unit but Ebola patients won't be brought on board because of the risk of transmission.
Plymouth taxi drivers took part in a convoy through the city today in solidarity for the murdered taxi driver Alan Henning.
Drivers of all faiths rode alongside each other for the rally, which culminated on the Hoe.
Mr Henning, from Salford, had gone to Syria as an aid worker. He was captured by Isis militants and beheaded earlier this month.
Devon County Council want to recruit an army of community road wardens to carry out repairs to potholes. They won't be paid - but will get training and all the equipment they need.
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A woman from Devon has captured the moment a blind man's sight was restored, as part of a project in Malawi in Africa.Read the full story ›
A woman from Devon has captured the moment a blind man's sight was restored, as part of a project in Malawi in Africa.
Rachel Palmer filmed the operation, which was broadcast live on the internet around the world. When the bandage was removed, the man was able to see his 18 month old grandson for the first time.
Watch what happened in the following video, courtesy of Sightsavers.
The RFA Argus is preparing to leave Falmouth for Sierra Leone where it will help in the battle against the spread of the Ebola virus.
It will transport 750 servicemen and women and three Merlin helicopters to help support training and treatment centres.
It will also be equipped with 100 beds including a critical care unit.