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Snow arrives in some parts of Devon
Snow has fallen in remote parts of Devon overnight, with the A3079 closed in Okehampton as a result.
Teens sentenced for 'cowardly attack'
Police in Paignton have welcomed the sentencing of two teenagers following an incident in Victoria Street which they called 'a particularly unpleasant and cowardly attack'.
'Avoid the top of Livermead' after cliff fall
People are being urged to avoid the top of Livermead after a cliff fall.
Council wants more affordable homes built
A new Torbay-wide housing strategy, which could see more affordable housing built, goes on show today.
Volunteers praised for 'epic effort' beach clean
Volunteers picked up eight bags of rubbish yesterday during a beach clean in Brixham.
Rope stretcher used in Noss Marina rescue
A woman has been rescued after falling off the coast path near Noss Marina.
Huawei to be given a limited role in the UK's 5G network
Huawei will be allowed to play a limited role in the UK's 5G network, the government has confirmed.
Coronavirus: Britain 'urgently exploring' options for Hubei evacuation
Britain is "urgently exploring" options for UK citizens to leave the Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak.
Kobe Bryant death: Recovery of bodies from helicopter crash site 'very difficult'
The recovery of bodies from the scene of a helicopter crash that killed basketball great Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and seven other people is proving "very difficult", investigators have said.
Nicholas Parsons: Just A Minute and Sale Of The Century presenter dies aged 96
"Broadcasting legend" Nicholas Parsons has died after a short illness, aged 96.
Jo Brand battery acid joke was 'not likely to incite crime', watchdog rules
Jo Brand's controversial joke about throwing battery acid at politicians had the "potential to offend" but was unlikely to incite crime, Ofcom has concluded.
'Heartbroken' LeBron James says he will continue Kobe Bryant's 'legacy'
LA Lakers star LeBron James has penned an emotional tribute to Kobe Bryant as he promised to continue the basketball great's "legacy".
BAFTA 'at risk of losing credibility' because of a lack of diversity, Time's Up CEO warns
BAFTA is in danger of losing credibility with talent if it doesn't change and reflect the diversity of the industry, the CEO of Time's Up UK has told Sky News.
Grammys: Billie Eilish the big winner as stars pay tribute to Kobe Bryant
Billie Eilish was the stand-out winner at the biggest night in music, but this year's Grammys were cloaked in sadness following the death of Kobe Bryant.
Israel Folau: Catalans Dragons sign former Australia rugby union player
Israel Folau has joined Super League side Catalans Dragons on a one-year contract following his sacking for anti-LGBT posts on social media.
Steven Bergwijn: Tottenham and PSV agree deal for winger
Tottenham have agreed a deal with PSV Eindhoven for Netherlands international Steven Bergwijn.
Paul Merson: Jurgen Klopp should take a rest but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is 'sitting duck'
Paul Merson gives his verdict on Jurgen Klopp's vow to play "the kids" in the FA Cup, while he admits his fears for Manchester United's Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
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