Police have criticised 'mindless time-wasters' for leaving a crude fake bomb in the street.Read the full story ›
Torbay Council is looking to ending its beach hut management service to save on maintenance costs.Read the full story ›
Five-year-old Maliya has been given the implant as staff control breeding after an outbreak of bovine TB last year.Read the full story ›
A pedestrian has been injured following an incident involving a cyclist on Brixham Road in Paignton which happened on Tuesday 9 January 2018.
At around 5.15pm a female pedestrian, a 17-year-old girl, was walking along a dual-use footpath when she was allegedly pushed over by a cyclist. The cyclist left the scene.
The girl suffered a substantial arm injury and a knock to her head.
Officers are appealing for witnesses to the incident and anyone with information.
A new foodbank in Paignton is appealing for donations, after a previous one in the town shut down due to a lack of funding.Read the full story ›
Mark Loveridge, 39, had stopped taking medication before he carried out unprovoked knife attacks on two men in January last year.Read the full story ›
Torbay Council will be closing Kings Ash Road in Paignton, between Foxhole Road and Whitebeam Close, from 1 pm until 2 pm today, 24 October, to carry out emergency repairs.
It says that this is in addition to the temporary traffic lights that are already in operation between Foxhole Road and Waterleat Road.
It warns that the closure, which it says is urgent, will cause major traffic disruptions and delays in and around Kings Ash Road.
There have been calls to axe the new CBBC programme for giving human voices to animals.Read the full story ›
Children at a Paignton school wore football shirts as a mark of respect for cancer sufferer Bradley Lowery, whose funeral was held today.Read the full story ›
Visitors to Paignton Zoo are being entertained by one of the residents -who's taken to pulling faces.
Kiondo, a 14-year-old Western Lowland Gorilla continues to stick his tongue out at anyone who passes - amusing visitors with his antics.
Bemused keepers say they don't know what the 186 kilo gorilla means by the gesture.
But, unlike most parents, who try to teach their children sticking out their tongue is rude, we'd challenge anyone to tell this gorilla what to do!
Gorillas use all their senses to communicate. They grunt, rumble, adopt various body postures and pull faces to indicate mood.