The Government has urged people to stay home over Easter as police warned they were ready to take action against those who flouted the coronavirus lockdown rules.
People who continue to flout coronavirus lockdown rules will be breaking the law and could be arrested by police.
Vehicle owners will be granted a six-month exemption from MOT testing, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants, among other venues, to close tonight (Friday, March 20) in a strengthening of measures to tackle the coronavirus outbreak.
Libraries across Devon will close until further notice from Friday evening (March 20) as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Council tax in Devon is set to rise by 3.99 per cent to help pay for what has been called ‘the best budget in a decade’.
A former public school boy from Croyde has denied the murder of three pensioners in Exeter on the same day in February this year.
The local government funding crisis has led to Devon County Council’s boss admitting that ‘the system is broken’.
A no-deal Brexit would be as bad for the South West as the foot-and-mouth disease outbreak of 2001, the Government has been told.
The mere existence of the forthcoming European elections will be anathema to many but, notwithstanding a very dramatic twist in the Brexit saga, the polls will open once again on Thursday, May 23.
A longstanding Barnstaple councillor and former leader of Devon County Council has denied sexually assaulting three different women in the 1990s and 2000s.
Tributes have been paid to a judge who presided over many of the West Country’s most famous trials.
Devon County Council has declared a ‘climate emergency’ but rejected calls to set a target of becoming carbon neutral by 2030.
A 27-year-old man from Croyde who is accused of a triple murder in Exeter has been remanded in custody by a judge at Exeter Crown Court today (Monday).
The public are to be asked if Devon and Cornwall’s police force should merge with Dorset.