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Raid your wallets as these are the coins which will make you a mint!

They could net you a small fortune if you have them in your piggy bank

Have you checked to see what change you have in your purse or pocket recently? You could be holding onto a small fortune and not even realise it.

There are a number of coins currently in circulation that are worth ...

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Raid your wallets as these are the coins which will make you a mint!

They could net you a small fortune if you have them in your piggy bank

Have you checked to see what change you have in your purse or pocket recently? You could be holding onto a small fortune and not even realise it.

There are a number of coins currently in circulation that are worth ...

yesterday 19:50 open_in_new
South West paedophile hunter reveals what it's like to catch online predators

A paedophile hunter from UK Database has spoken candidly about how and why he traps sex offenders

You might not have seen their faces, but chances are you've heard about what they do.

Across the UK there has been a huge rise in the amount of vigilante paedophile hunting groups ...

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Parents' guide to self-harm: What to do if you're worried your son or daughter is hurting themselves

No parent wants to think of their child being hurt, but what do you do if you discover your child self-harming?

It can be one of the scariest 
topics for parents to tackle, and in North Devon, there is a surprisingly high number of people admitted to hospital because they had ...

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Leaving EU a concern in Tiverton say Devon for Europe volunteers

Besides Tiverton there were campaigners out in four other towns across Devon for the largest ever pro-European campaign

Devon for Europe volunteers were out in force in Tiverton for their largest ever pro-European campaign, joining thousands across the country demanding that we are given a ...

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Mourners celebrate the life Tiverton Deaf Club's David Stubbs

There was a special celebration at St. Peter's Church in Tiverton when more than 30 people gathered to celebrate the life of David Stubbs who died on February 1st, at the age of 76.

Born locally he had been profoundly deaf since birth but endured his handicap with great fortitude ...

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New Exeter wonder invention to revolutionise building

Researchers from the University of Exeter developed a technique that uses nanoengineering technology to incorporate graphene into concrete

Scientists at Exeter have created a new “green” concrete using the wonder-material graphene.

The resulting material is twice the strength of ...

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New Exeter wonder invention to revolutionise building

Researchers from the University of Exeter developed a technique that uses nanoengineering technology to incorporate graphene into concrete

Scientists at Exeter have created a new “green” concrete using the wonder-material graphene.

The resulting material is twice the strength of ...

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Band help cancer charities with album about Devon after lead singer's recovery

The CD launch party will be held on Friday May 4 at the Buccaneers Bar, East Street, Crediton

The Woodmen are set to help cancer charities with a new album about the Devon countryside after the lead singer’s recovery from the illness.

The group who have been playing in pubs and ...

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Bid to demolish former care home and build retirement flats recommended for refusal

The development had grown from 36 to 39 apartments

A second bid to demolish a former care home and replace it with sheltered housing for the elderly is being recommended for refusal.

In September, a planning inspector throw out Churchill Retirement Living’s appeal against the ...

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'Gold-plated scheme' could attract more rough sleepers to the seaside, councillors fear

In Finland the same scheme has been a huge success and won international acclaim

Councillors in a seaside resort fear their attempts to tackle homelessness may attract an influx of rough sleepers from neighbouring districts.

Torbay Council heard how a project being drawn-up by the ...

yesterday 17:44 open_in_new
'Gold-plated scheme' could attract more rough sleepers to the seaside, councillors fear

In Finland the same scheme has been a huge success and won international acclaim

Councillors in a seaside resort fear their attempts to tackle homelessness may attract an influx of rough sleepers from neighbouring districts.

Torbay Council heard how a project being drawn-up by the ...

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Russell Jee delighted as injury-hit Willand Rovers return to winning ways

Alex Faux was one of several players missing after he was hospitalised

Russell Jee was delighted after his injury-hit Willand Rovers side returned to winning ways.

A second-half goal from Fletcher Williams secured a 1-0 win for Rovers, who won their first game in two to move to ...

yesterday 17:44 open_in_new
Russell Jee delighted as injury-hit Willand Rovers return to winning ways

Alex Faux was one of several players missing after he was hospitalised

Russell Jee was delighted after his injury-hit Willand Rovers side returned to winning ways.

A second-half goal from Fletcher Williams secured a 1-0 win for Rovers, who won their first game in two to move to ...

yesterday 17:44 open_in_new
Martyn Rogers on Tiverton Town's final two games of the season

The Yellows travel to Kettering on Tuesday before finishing at home at Banbury United on Saturday

Tiverton Town manager Martyn Rogers had no complaints about Saturday’s 2-3 defeat at Redditch, which was their fourth game in seven days.

Former Exeter City forward Stuart Fleetwood ...

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Martyn Rogers on Tiverton Town's final two games of the season

The Yellows travel to Kettering on Tuesday before finishing at home at Banbury United on Saturday

Tiverton Town manager Martyn Rogers had no complaints about Saturday’s 2-3 defeat at Redditch, which was their fourth game in seven days.

Former Exeter City forward Stuart Fleetwood ...

yesterday 17:44 open_in_new
A HUGE street food and drinks festival is heading to Devon

There's going to be mac 'n' cheese, chocolate churros and the Burrito Bus

A huge street food festival is heading to Devon this summer - and it'll be bringing mac 'n' cheese, the Burrito Bus and a pop-up bar.

Street Food Warehouse will be making a return to Ilfracombe between August ...

yesterday 17:44 open_in_new
A HUGE street food and drinks festival is heading to Devon

There's going to be mac 'n' cheese, chocolate churros and the Burrito Bus

A huge street food festival is heading to Devon this summer - and it'll be bringing mac 'n' cheese, the Burrito Bus and a pop-up bar.

Street Food Warehouse will be making a return to Ilfracombe between August ...

yesterday 17:44 open_in_new
Pay-to-pee plan for these public toilets in the South Hams

The report does not say how much it will cost to use the public loos

You may soon have to pay-to-pee in public toilets in the South Hams.

South Hams District Council’s executive committee on Thursday are being recommend to go out to tender to deliver the pay on entry equipment to ...

yesterday 17:44 open_in_new
Pay-to-pee plan for these public toilets in the South Hams

The report does not say how much it will cost to use the public loos

You may soon have to pay-to-pee in public toilets in the South Hams.

South Hams District Council’s executive committee on Thursday are being recommend to go out to tender to deliver the pay on entry equipment to ...

yesterday 17:44 open_in_new
Plans approved for changes to Newton Abbot Racecourse

A racehorse owner said the the facilities for owners and trainers are 'by far the worst that they have encountered'

Plans submitted by Newton Abbot Racecourse for a new owners and trainers lounge as part of their ambitions to compete as the number one Summer Jump Racecourse in the UK have ...

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