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Shrikes, the endangered bird of prey, has been re-introduced to Dartmoor after a 40 year absence.
Newton Abbot apiarists, who have a new £28,000 green education centre.
Plymouth Argyle, which may be saved in a take-over by fan favourite James Bent
First, which runs railgroup First Great Western saw a nine per cent rise in passenger revenues
Devon and Cornwall Police, after a survey revealed the number of officers and staff endorsing the force has fallen by nearly one-third.
Torbay’s elderly and vulnerable, as Torbay council aims to make £2.2 million in cost savings.
Trago Mills, which was fined £185,000 for dumping illegal waste
HMS Exeter, which is to be sold for scrap
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