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Devon and Cornwall Police said there is ‘no specific evidence’ to suggest any local threats, but it urged people to remain vigilant following explosion in Manchester.
Take a walk with Woody Gliddon around this year’s Devon County Show.
A taste of things to come has been revealed in Budleigh Salterton.
Devon County Show 2017 - pictures from the first two days.
Take a look at our interactive photo slider and see how far the cliffs have retreated over 10 years.
Exmouth’s Head Postmaster retires after 45 years at the Post Office. On this week in 1944: Take a look at the extracts from the Exmouth Journal printed May 13, 1944.
Photographer Paul Newman from Weston near Sidmouth, wins our iwitness24 East Devon ‘Sunrises and Sunsets’ photo challenge.
Hundreds of families joined community groups and clubs for a celebration of all things in, on and from the ocean at Sidmouth Sea Fest on Saturday.
The new device, called the Taser X2, was recently announced by the Home Office as the conductive energy device model for use in the UK.
SADS and Town Band give a storming performance at The Manor Pavilion.
Phear Park look forward each year to their annual away day fixture and had to be up early on Sunday in order to catch the team coach, writes Robert Mottershead.
In a week where play was seriously curtailed by rain, Feniton managed to complete two matches, writes Roger Smith.
The monthly stableford was played at East Devon on Saturday, writes Paul Willoughby.
The men’s section played the Centenary Niblick medal competition which was won by Alan Morgan with a nett 70, writes Pete Motson.
Graham and Diane Newton competed at Hereford’s first Festival of Running, where there was a choice of distances ranging from 5k to a full marathon, writes Dave Mutter.
A huge crowd enjoyed a day of unbroken sunshine and competitive thrilling horse-racing action at the Dulverton West Point-to-Point, held at Bratton Down last Sunday, writes Donna Harris.
Seaton finally got their Tolchards B Division season up and running thanks to a 49-run success at Thorverton.
The Supernova Sea Championships ere organised by Exe Sailing Club over the weekend with 37 visiting Supernovas joining eight boats from the home club to make the largest fleet of single handed dinghies seen at Exe for some time, writes Rex Frost.
The Honiton Netball Summer League has seen an increase in the number of teams competing and there are now 20 teams playing in the two divisions, writes Graham Ingram.
The first pleasure ride of the Exe Equestrian Club season was, at the last moment, cancelled due to the heavy deluge of rain during the preceding day and night, writes Collette Ashby-Crane.
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