Totnes MP Sarah Wollaston has spoken of fierce hostility from colleagues in Parliament about her role in the Nigel Evans sex case …
Everyone remembers 1066. It’s a date even now etched in most people’s memory. The Norman Conquest still resonates down the centuries because it heralded a dramatic change of culture and history for these islands …
The Times newspaper has voted Topsham in Devon as the third best place in Britain for a getaway weekend …
As a cost-cutting measure, Devon County Council will be switching off street lights in the Alphington area of Exeter from 12.30 am to 5.30 am each night. The new regime will come into force on April 1st
Unlike many parts of Britain, Devon and Cornwall are not noted for substance abuse at work. However, there has been a steady rise in alcohol consumption at lunchtimes, in some cases leading to rowdiness in the afternoon and a drop in productivity.
A new exhibition at the amazing Gloss Art in Exeter, labelled Exeter Open Studios 2014 is set for Friday 28 March to Sunday 30th. The launch is on the Thursday prior to the opening.
Eyesight is arguably the most important of all the senses. We learn to rely on it more than any other sense immediately from birth and, for one reason or another, we all seem to take it for granted. Until there is a problem that is, and suddenly we long for perfect vision above all else.
It’s that time of year for travelling abroad. Although why anybody would leave the West Country is beyond me. Here are some tips. When people are asked what they would do if they won the lottery, the most popular answer always revolves around one thing. It’s not driving a Ferrari or buying a big house, […]
Exeter will receive a massive economic boost from hosting three matches in next summer’s Rugby World Cup. The games will be played at Sandy Park, home to the Exeter Chiefs, now a high flying first division club.
Dawlish rail link after storm. According to the Western Morning News, studies commissioned by the South West Regional Development Agency have shown a connection between the distance from London and a “significant reduction in productivity levels”, which translates to lower levels of output from each employee. The solution: improved connectivity to the capital and beyond. […]