Danny Alexander Chief Secretary to the Treasury, announces major investment - including the North Devon Link Road - during Barnstaple visit.
Some homes saw a missed collection as North Devon Council upgrades its recycling service.
Stormy weather and high winds last night caused two trees to fall in Bideford. View our photo galleries here.
WI clubs gathered in Filleigh this morning (Monday) for a special baton handover as part of a natiowide celebration.
Thanks to supporters from North Devon and beyond, the launch and recovery vehicle appeal reaches its target in just two years.
Officers looking for information about incident between Tuesday and Sunday last week.
Police found car on its roof on A39 near Bideford and driver over the drink drive limit.
Councillor wants to see pay-on-exit car parking rolled out to town centre car park.
The 11-year-old raised more than £1,000 for charity by completing swimming challenge.
Police were called to the road beneath the Bideford bridge on Saturday morning.
The 20-year-old caused more than £5,000 worth of damage to parked coach after drink excessive amounts of lager.
The 52-year-old made 320 calls in 2014 after doctor told her to call out-of-hours number if she felt unwell.
Demolition contractor gives us exclusive access to Barnstaple’s biggest regeneration site in a generation.
GoldCoast Oceanfest has announced the first of its headliners for this year’s festival.
Victim screamed and managed to evade attacker but police now seek witnesses.
Motorists advised to avoid the area as police move caravan from central reservation of Link Road.
Council says it does not intend to spend £2.4m on repairs.
The Chief Secretary to the Treasury will visit North Devon+ on Monday
Government minister Eric Pickles was in South Molton last night (Thursday) to attend a local Conservative Association event.
Project to hand baubles from scaffolding of vacant pub raised hundreds-of-pounds for school.
One dog ingested palm oil on Westward Ho!, while another suddenly fell ill after walking on Wilder Beach in Ilfracombe.
A former Shebber College school teacher described as a prolific and calculating sexual predator has been jailed for 17 years and four months after abusing vulnerable young Kenyan street children.
Bristow Helicopters Ltd, who is taking over search and rescue services across the UK, opened its first brand new base today (Thursday).
The Ofsted report says the school is inadequate overall, days after it was announced the principal and chair of govenors had both resigned.
Detectives are seeking to find the 36-year-old, who is known to have links with Devon and Cornwall.
Show provides a chance to meet and network with more than 30 North Devon businesses.
Changes to the joint local plan for North Devon and Torridge have been given the go ahead by councillors.
Second chance for £3million luxury hotel plans, as Westward Ho! developer hits back at planning committee refusal last month.
North Devon Council has officially adopted its budget for 2015/16.
Special briefing to be held for anyone considering standing in May 2015 election as a district councillor.
Fundraisers are invited to go over the edge at Heanton Punchardon to help beat cancer
Town will celebrate all forms of the arts over the weekend of May 9-10.
Artist Damien Hirst, who created Ilfracombe’s famous Verity statue, could be behind a new art trail for the town.
Hospital issues ‘red’ status this morning (Wednesday) due to ‘significant’ demand on services.
Play parks in Ilfracombe are set to receive new equipment.
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