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2 hrs ago | North Devon Gazette
The North Devon Gazette is asking readers to share family records and memories of World War One ahead of the centenary this summer.
6 hrs ago | Midweek Herald
Chairman of the Colyton and Colyford Conservatives Simon Card is pictured presenting a cheque for A 500 to Devon Freewheelers volunteer John Conway this week.
10 hrs ago | Exmouth Journal
A Brixington man has been ordered to take a course on curbing domestic violence after he admitted causing actual bodily harm to his girlfriend; breaking her wrist.
13 hrs ago | This is The West Country
STUDENTS from Ratcliffe School in Dawlish were taken on a special tour of Taylor Wimpey's Cranbrook development in Exeter to help them with their GCSE studies.
14 hrs ago | Bridportnews.co.uk
LYME Regis residents are being encouraged to light a candle in commemoration of the outbreak of the First World War.
18 hrs ago | South Wales Argus
A MUSLIM worshipper triggered a mAalA©e inside a mosque after remonstrating with an imam for condemning the murder of Lee Rigby outside Woolwich Barracks, a court heard.
18 hrs ago | North Devon Gazette
Army medic Tom Skelton will be supporting commemoration events at his hometown this weekend despite being on active service in Afghanistan.
Organisers say that in the past four weeks a record number of people have called for their help and they desperately need more donations.
A DISUSED public shelter and toilets in Newport could be saved from being demolished as a local father dreams of opening a cafe on site.
British naturalist and author Henry Williamson penned one of the best-loved animal tales in English literature with his Tarka the Otter .
THE family of a Cullompton teenager who was killed in a motorcycle collision last week have paid tribute to "a loveable character who was loved by so many people."
Left to right: Glenn Cosby, writer Anita Merritt, Catherine Crowe of Powderham Castle, Sarah Smith, of Hospiscare, and Joe Mann of Fun Kitchen, who organised a fun cake decorate off.
A MEMORIAL garden was officially opened at RMB Chivenor on Thursday after a fundraising campaign raised A 227,000 in just 18 months.
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ROYAL Navy sailors have told a court how they discovered indecent images of children on a NAAFI worker's hard drive.
To ward off big memory problems in your 70s and beyond you may want to cork the bottle more often now.
THIS summer could be 'one of the best seasons for a decade' if the hot and sunny weather keeps up, a local businessman has claimed.
A 49-year-old cyclist is in hospital with life-threatening injuries after being in collision with a lorry in Torquay.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 06:09 pm
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