Audrey Fillon, from Braunton, died after she was reportedly hit by a vehicle while returning home from her school prom.Read the full story ›
A 55-year-old man was bitten by a black and white collie-type dog, which was off its lead, in Croyde.Read the full story ›
The historic shipyard closed its doors for the last time on Friday 15 March.Read the full story ›
The seafront property has been described as a project "not for the faint-hearted".Read the full story ›
Cheylee Howson tried desperately to save 'soul mate' Ben Witts after he got into difficulty at Saunton beach in North Devon.Read the full story ›
250 minis - many of them decorated for the occasion - have taken a grand tour of North Devon to raise money for Little Bridge HouseRead the full story ›
A man has been charged with murder following a stabbing in Barnstaple on Friday evening.
50-year-old Kevin Gale will appear at Exeter Magistrates' Court today and is also charged with possessing a knife in public.
A man - aged in his 30s - was allegedly stabbed multiple times in Barnstaple Retail Park on Friday. He later died at North Devon District Hospital and is yet to be formally identified.
Sir Nick Harvey, has been appointed as the Interim Chief Executive of the Liberal Democrats Party, replacing Tim Gordon.Read the full story ›
The North Devon Healthcare NHS Trust has been forced to issue a statement about false information being shared on social media.
According to the Trust, a Facebook post that has been widely shared states that the emergency department and maternity unit at North Devon District Hospital are closing and that staff have been asked not to speak about the closure until after the election.
A spokesperson for the Trust has said:
This is not accurate. The facts are that urgent and emergency, stroke and maternity services are being reviewed as part of the acute services review. This review is one of seven priorities outlined in the Sustainability and Transformation Plan for wider Devon.
The Trust reassures patients that clinicians are meeting regularly to look out how acute services can be delivered and this work has not finished yet.
The acute services review is "ongoing, and any proposals will be shared once they are finalised". Therefore, the Trust says, "any posts on social media that claim to know the outcome of the acute services review are not based in fact".
If the implementation of any proposals would result in significant change, there will be a formal consultation before final decisions are made, in line with our statutory obligations.
Part of Woolacombe in North Devon has been evacuated following the discovery of a suspected unexploded device, thought to be a land mine.
The rusty device was found by contractors at Parade House in Esplanade Road this morning, 7 April.
The contractors have left the site and police have set up a 100m cordon around the area.
The army's bomb disposal unit has been called to the scene.