A woman in her seventies remains in hospital with serious burns after a suspected gas explosion at a bungalow on Barn Park.Read the full story ›
A mother has saved her child from falling through the open floor of a toilet compartment on a train on the South Devon RailwayRead the full story ›
A Devon monastery which produces wine made nearly £9 million in profit last year, it's been revealed.Read the full story ›
Police in Buckfastleigh are looking for a man after one of the town's resident ducks was injured by an arrow.
George, a male adult muscovy duck, was found on the banks of the river Dart with a two-feet long arrow sticking out of his body.
Police have launched an investigation and are appealing for witnesses.
The description we have is of a white male, in his early twenties, of slim build with collar length light brown hair and wearing a black hoody and jeans. We would like to speak to the man or to anyone who has any information about this.
A pensioner who had too much to drink and crashed his car into a 12-foot-deep ditch has been banned from driving for 20 months.Read the full story ›
The sunny start to the bank holiday weekend saw a boost to tourism trade across the west country, many of which had suffered from the winter floods.
Pennywell Farm in Buckfastleigh saw it's busiest day in 25 years and The Lost Gardens of Heligan in Cornwall saw an 18 per cent rise in visitor numbers this month.
A jockey from Devon who was left paralysed from the chest down following a fall is back in the saddle and hoping to complete her longest ride yet - the Dartmoor Challenge.
Sarah Gaisford, from Buckfastleigh, fell at Exeter Racecourse 7 years ago.
She's hoping to complete a 10 mile ride across Dartmoor to raise money for charity.
Francesca Carpenter went to see her in training:
A south Devon town could be in danger of losing its entire population of prized Muscovy ducks.
There are just half a dozen of the birds left at Buckfastleigh`s Millennium Green after an outbreak of so called "duck plague" over the summer and concerns over possible poaching. The remaining birds are believed to be in good health.
An inquiry into plans to process ash from a huge new incinerator at a quarry in Buckfastleigh is expected to draw to a close today.
Devon County Council had rejected the plans over concerns about noise, dust and traffic but the company appealed.
A woman in Devon says she was left shocked after finding a lizard in a bunch of bananas
Gayle Thorne was unpacking the fruit from a shipment that had arrived at Riverford Organic Farm at Buckfastleigh when she made the discovery.
It's thought the stowaway could have travelled 7000 miles from its home in the Caribbean.
The tiny lizard is now being cared for at Paignton zoo where it'll spend six months in quarantine before being released into the Tropical House.