Devon’s schoolchildren will still be able to take part in the popular annual school games despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Since lockdown restrictions have been lifted there has been a rise in the number of serious and fatal crashes in Devon and Cornwall.
East Devon District Council’s (EDDC) leader Cllr Ben Ingham and his cabinet of Independent Group councillors have resigned with immediate effect.
A series of temporary measures to support social distancing for walkers and cyclists is being explored by Devon County Council.
Motorists are being warned that some of Devon’s recycling may have to close temporarily due to safety issues with traffic queuing back onto main roads.
Holidaymakers and second homeowners have been told to stay away from Devon, despite the easing of lockdown restrictions.
Calls have been made to ‘rip-up’ the budget for road maintenance in Devon so more money can be put towards walking and cycling projects.
The number of deaths related to coronavirus in Devon and Cornwall that took place between April 25 and May 1 has dropped by a quarter on the previous week’s figures.
Devon’s schools will take ‘any action required’ in order to reopen in a safe way, says Devon County Council.
Bans for the control of dogs and feeding seagulls have been extended for a further three years by East Devon District Council.
Recycling centres across Devon have been reopened, but for ‘essential use only’.
Children with learning difficulties have been given special activity packs to help them through lockdown thanks to Honiton Lions.
A free holiday is being given away to one lucky NHS worker.
Young artists have made a series of eight drawings and paintings to be sent to elderly residents to bring smiles to their faces.
Personal accounts of VE Day have been put on display in the window of a Budleigh office.
There have been five confirmed Covid-19 deaths in Sidmouth as well as in other East Devon areas, including Exmouth and Honiton.
A football fan has set up a virtual football quiz, attracting fans from across the globe.
Two friends who have seen the impact of Covid-19 pandemic in their communities have launched a new food delivery box service to help people struggling to do their own shopping.
Hundreds of complimentary stays at a top Sidmouth hotel, with breakfast and dinner, are being given away to NHS heroes.
The number of children offered a place at one of their three preferred primary schools in Devon has dropped following an increase in the number of families applying.
An East Devon dairy has seen its 24/7 fresh milk vending machine sales double since the start of the coronavirus outbreak.
The majority of public parks and gardens, closed at the start of the Covid-19 lockdown, will be reopened across East Devon, council bosses say.
More than £13billion of NHS debt has been written off as part of a wider package of NHS reforms announced by the Health Secretary.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to a shortage of vital equipment such as walking frames and shower stools.
Councils across Devon have set up emergency funds to help community groups and local residents through the coronavirus outbreak.
Funeral provider Co-op Funeralcare, is actively recruiting a range of temporary and permanent roles across East Devon to support communities and families through a time of loss.
Thirteen new cases of the deadly dog disease Alabama Rot have been confirmed, two of which are in Devon - Sidmouth and Honiton.
ExmouthAiR Radio has been granted permission to extend its service on 95FM to listeners across the Sid Valley.
Care workers contracted to Devon County Council are set to get a pay rise.