Devon Cycle Challenge shows people Love to Ride in the county

More than 1,600 people from across Devon took part in this year’s Devon Cycle Challenge, clocking up a record number of miles between them – the equivalent of cycling around the world more than seven times

Posted on: 15 November 2016 | Posted in: Environment | No Comments

Council ask residents to help inform budget making decisions

On the heels of public consultation that asked whether Devon is a good place to live, Devon County Council is now asking for people’s opinions on how it should spend its budget

Posted on: 11 November 2016 | Posted in: Politics | No Comments

Plans for an Exeter and East Devon Enterprise Zone move a step closer

Exeter and East Devon Enterprise Zone has moved a step closer to becoming operational as both Devon County Council and East Devon District Council agree to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with Government

Posted on: 10 November 2016 | Posted in: Business and Economy | 1 Comment

Council discusses a ‘steady as we go strategy’ in response to projected overspend

Devon County Councillors discussed a ‘steady as we go’ strategy in response to a projected budget overspend for 2016/17 at its meeting yesterday

Posted on: 10 November 2016 | Posted in: Politics | No Comments

Devon website is supporting Armed Forces

Nearly 3,000 visits have been made to a new website for Devon’s military service leavers, veterans, reservists and their families in the first four months since its launch

Posted on: 9 November 2016 | Posted in: Health and Wellbeing | No Comments

New tobacco packs arrive in Devon marking change to law

The first cigarettes on sale in new, standardised packaging have been spotted in Devon

Posted on: 9 November 2016 | Posted in: Health and Wellbeing | No Comments

Farmer banned from looking after sheep for life

Edgar John Keedwell, 70, Breach Hill Farm, caused unnecessary suffering to 19 sheep under his care

Posted on: 9 November 2016 | Posted in: Community | No Comments

Reminder to users of Devon’s recycling centres after ‘unexploded ordnance’ found

It follows the discovery of what police describe as ‘unexploded ordnance’ in the general waste skip at a recycling centre in Totnes today (Tuesday 08 November).

Posted on: 8 November 2016 | Posted in: Environment | No Comments

Trading Standards brokers agreement between parking firm and customers

Devon and Somerset Trading Standards Service (DSTSS) has successfully negotiated an agreement between a carpark firm and the recipients of Parking Charge Notices (PCNs).

Posted on: 8 November 2016 | Posted in: Community | No Comments

Weekend closure of Bridge Road in Exeter 18-21 November

Bridge Road in Exeter will be closed to traffic from 10pm on Friday 18 November until 5am on Monday 21 November as part of ongoing widening improvements

Posted on: 8 November 2016 | Posted in: Business and Economy | No Comments
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