With an estimated 6.5 million people in the UK providing unpaid care to family members and friends, Devon authorities are urging carers to take a moment, for themselves
Devon businesses have gathered to show their support for the Devon Delivers Ambassadors’ programme and to highlight the benefits of living and working in the county
Victims of rogue car dealers, John Hussey and Adam Wallis of DX Motors Ltd, Bideford, will receive more than £11,000 in compensation.
The Exe Valley Market Bus, Devon’s oldest community transport scheme and one of the oldest in the country, is celebrating its 40th anniversary
Two randomly selected Devon teachers attending this year’s Farmwise Devon event at Westpoint, Exeter, have won free places to take part in the campaign’s first teacher training programme on food and farming.
First phase of improvements to the North Devon Link Road will form an Outline Business Case to be submitted to the Department for Transport (DfT) by the end of the year
The road from Honiton to Dunkeswell, near Combe Raleigh, will be closed for up to 5 days from Monday 4 December to enable essential drainage repairs to be carried out
A flag-raising ceremony was held outside Exeter Guildhall today to commemorate the 75 years since 307 Squadron presented the city with a Polish flag as a symbol of friendship and co-operation.
Figures from the Care Quality Commission, regulators of the care market, show significant improvement in the quality of care in Devon.