Rogue traders and aggressive doorstep sellers across Devon and Somerset were targeted by Police and Trading Standards officers in a joint operation last week.
Haul included 8,120 cigarettes, with an estimated £1,763 duty and VAT evaded
4.5kg kilos of hand-rolling tobacco, with an estimated £986 duty and VAT evaded
Devon County Council and Jobcentre Plus are launching a campaign to encourage businesses to recruit more people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health needs.
Care workers across Devon to improve their skills and gain qualifications through flexible and online learning.
As the Government announces measures to reduce the impact of additional winter pressures on critical front line health services, local Councils are taking steps to prevent people from going to hospital with preventable complaints or to help them return home as quickly as possible after treatment.
Work is progressing well on the scheme to reconnect the A379 between Slapton and Strete Gate
£3m will support the delivery of several projects to help the region reduce carbon emissions, reduce costs and improve services.
Devon has a new national champion in the continuing fight for fair funding for schools.
Temporary traffic signals will be in place at the junction of Exe Bridge/Alphington St and Alphington St/Haven Rd, from Wednesday 24 October to enable replacement work to be carried out
Council supports NHS consortium as preferred bidder for children’s health and wellbeing services in Devon
NEW Devon Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) recommended that Devon Children and Families Alliance (The Alliance) be selected as the preferred bidder for the 23.8 million-a-year contract, of which Devon County Council contributes £1.6m. The contract will be awarded for seven years from 1 April 2019, with an option to extend it for a further three years.
Plans for the next section of the strategic cycle route in Exeter have been drawn up by Devon County Council and will be available to view online from Monday 15 October to Monday 19 November