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A TOTNES mum has spoken of the agony the word measles causes her because of the danger it poses to her three-year-old son.
NEWTON Abbot’s new carnival royalty have been introduced to the public.
A NEWTON Abbot councillor has quit the Conservatives claiming they want to silence critics and concrete over the district for no good reason.
POLICE are hunting a road-rage motorcyclist who deliberately ran down a motorist he had been antagonising between Buckfastleigh and Ashburton.
TEIGNBRIDGE Council leader Cllr Jeremy Christophers has drawn up £2 million plans to expand his Ashburton care home business and build a six-bedroom house for himself in the grounds.
A VIRULENT plague has virtually wiped out the population of 30 Muscovy ducks which have thrived for years at Buckfastleigh’s Millennium Green.
THE sun shone on these swimmers at the Chudleigh Community pool when it opened for the summer season on Saturday.
ENGLISH Heritage has rejected a town council plea to remove listed building status from a Bovey Tracey property.
VANDALS have attacked Kingsteignton’s popular skate ramp.
A COUPLE who have put their heart and soul into a successful community sports facility on the edge of Newton Abbot have been mortified by a brutal assault on their venture by ‘tooled up’ vandals.
A FLOOD prevention grant – worth as much as £40,000 – is being given to Buckfastleigh in the wake of the drenching the town took six months ago.
A call has gone out to ‘brighten up Chudleigh’ for the forthcoming Tour of Britain cycle race.
A BENCH has been installed at Oakford Lawn, Kingsteignton, in memory of one of the founder members of the trust which secured the popular park for the community.
MORE than 500 jobs could be created after three separate business expansion plans were this week given the go ahead.
SUNNY weather and warm temperatures brought swimmers flocking to the opening of Kingsteignton’s open air pool.
THE outgoing mayor of Kingsteignton bade farewell to the role he held for two years by appealing to fellow council colleagues to support his successor, Cllr John Foxwell.
FIRE chiefs say lessons could be learned at national level after a 16-bedroom golf club hotel burnt to the ground in the Teign Valley.
A MAN was punched and head-butted in the face after being dragged to a Newton Abbot bookmakers from a nearby shop.
A Newton Abbot family whose touching story of a rescued lamb featured in the Advertiser has been left ‘gutted’ after horror dog attacks in which the young animal was mauled and others killed.
The owner of a listed cottage in Kennford has had to apply for planning permission to keep the bright pink paint scheme she likes.
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