Bus operator Filers has invested in new, greener vehicles on the Service 309 and 310 in North Devon which provide extra capacity on the County Council subsidised route
Devon’s finest were honoured by the Queen last Wednesday, 11 May, when they were presented with a British Empire Medal.
Devon’s Job Seeker’s Allowance (JSA) claimants fell by 406 during April 2016 with total claimants now standing at 3,312 – the lowest figure on record.
A awareness raising campaign to help tackle antibiotic resistance has received national plaudits.
The first phase of an essential two-part project to improve the Deep Lane North Junction in Plympton begins on Monday 13 June 2016.
The Jurassic Coast World Heritage Team has been honoured by the Royal Geographical Society for its excellence in geographical research and fieldwork, teaching and public engagement
Temporary lights will be introduced overnight on Bridge Road from 11pm on Thursday 26 May until 5am on Friday 27 May for cable diversion work
Temporary traffic lights will be introduced overnight on Bridge Road in Exeter this evening (Tuesday 24 May) from 11pm until 5am tomorrow morning to install a temporary pedestrian access to the Boat Club
St Nicholas Catholic Primary in Exeter has increased its nursery provision and is now offering families with three-year-old children extended breakfast and after-school facilities at its nursery
The £4.5 million scheme will replace the current outdated buildings with a modern design with facilities fit for 21st century learning
Bryan Ferren, 38 and Kevin Hogg, 41, both of Clifton Road, Paignton, admitted to conning over £70,000 out of 17 elderly Devon residents
Temporary traffic lights will be in place overnight on Bridge Road this evening (Tuesday 17 May) from 11pm until 5am tomorrow morning to enable work on the Countess Wear Flood Relief Bridge