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If, during 14 years of writing walks articles for the Western Morning News, I'd grabbed 10 every time I've been asked which was my favourite hike in the region, I'd have been able to afford a house in East Portlemouth Well, maybe not.
TWO scrap metal dealers found guilty of the manslaughter of Newport man Barry Thomas were locked up for a total of 16 years yesterday.
THE Independent Police Complaints Commission have made nine recommendations about the welfare of detainees after the death of a man in custody at Torquay police station.
Idyllic rural and coastal towns in Devon and Cornwall could be picked clean of council housing after George Osborne said expensive social houses should be sold off.
A teenage boy with complex learning difficulties has been Tasered by police in the grounds of a special school owned by the exclusive Priory Group.
For a number of months one local pastime has been spotting the right wing extremist who keeps posting under a variety of identities in local newspapers.
When John Smith was a fledgling music maker growing up in Brixham he used every penny he earned delivering the Western Morning News on his paper round to boost his all-important guitar fund.
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A Devon woman who went on a bizarre crime spree after suffering a bout of mental illness has been freed from jail.
Community nurse Harriet Nicholls is the latest member of Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust to be nominated for the 2013 Healthcare Hero Awards.
A member of the public reported hearing shooting in the area at around 5pm and alerted police - when officers arrived they began a search on the ground while the police helicopter was called in to help.
But final year university student Ed Low from Thorncombe has turned his back on modern technology to embrace a form of photography thought revolutionary - back in the 1850s.
IT won't be a soup kitchen but the spirit will be the same when curry man Alasdair Marshall of the Spice and Rice market stall spends a night giving away food to the needy and homeless.
Chris Badham and Damian Llambias, owners of Huntsham Court, gave free use of the house for two Gala Supper Club events.
Christmas is approaching, but not before a dizzying spate of openings, including two eagerly awaited musical premieres, a double dose of Shakespeare and a two-time Olivier Award winner revisiting Eugene O'Neill.
IF you've been out and about at events like the Barnstaple Carnival and local festivals, you may have been serenaded by a lively bunch of ladies and gentlemen who have a tendency to pop up in all kinds of places.