Government figures show that up to one in five rural households spend more than 10 per cent of their income on heating.
Author: the Devon Week
Councils can expect a windfall in the next few days, as a reward for those of them which promoted economic growth in their area.
Councillors and residents were up in arms at plans to create a permanent gypsy site at Efford Warren, Plymouth.
A man died after trying to help a teenager who got into difficulty in the River Torridge, near Bideford.
Figures from Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) point out that demand residential farmland has fallen from -3 per cent to -64 per cent.
You can’t swing a feather boa without hitting a fashion show at the moment, and the Fashion with Passion show at Living Coasts, Torquay, on Wednesday, February 18, will offer more than penguin suits,...
How to Change the World in Seven Days is at the Barbican Theatre, this week. On Wednesday the free poetry and photography workshop of Zena Edwards will develop your confidence and get you a...
Craig Fisher’s current exhibition of drawings at Viewpoint Gallery, Plymouth, depict images of destruction both suggested and actual, and the forms of attempted control that the state imposes, forms of control that have become...
Fair Trade fashion will shake its fair trade tush on the catwalk at Plymouth Student Unions’ Fairtrade Fashion Show on Tuesday, February 24, from 7pm. (From The People’s Republic of South Devon)