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In this issue

May 28, 2024

Ivybridge take over at the top

IVYBRIDGE are the new leaders in the Tolchards DCL C Division West after handing out a 197-run hiding to Yelverton Bohemians.

Ivybridge take over at the top

7 mins

Murray's proud of his French record

BRIT'S BID ENDS IN FIRST ROUND IN HIS FINAL YEAR AT ROLAND GARROS

Murray's proud of his French record

2 mins

Heseltine warns over 'dishonest' campaign

TORY grandee Michael Heseltine has warned that the General Election campaign will be the \"most dishonest in modern times\" because both parties refuse to debate the consequences of Brexit.

Heseltine warns over 'dishonest' campaign

1 min

Teen released over woman's beach murder

A 17-YEAR-OLD boy arrested on suspicion of murdering a woman who was stabbed to death on a beach in Bournemouth has been released without charge.

Teen released over woman's beach murder

1 min

At least 20 dead in US storms

POWERFUL storms have killed at least 20 people, injured hundreds and left a wide trail of destruction across the United States states of Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas.

At least 20 dead in US storms

1 min

Over £3m is owed by hotel firm

A COMPANY connected to Plymouth's posh Langdon Court Manor hotel has gone bust with debts of more than £3 million.

Over £3m is owed by hotel firm

1 min

Mrs Murals brings colour to new unit at Derriford

AWARD-WINNING urban artist Ellie Johnson, alias Mrs Murals, has brightened an external wall of the new South West Peninsula Children's Surgical Unit at the city's Derriford Hospital.

Mrs Murals brings colour to new unit at Derriford

1 min

No 54 'beach bus' to Bovisand returns

PLYMOUTH beach lovers and visitors will once again be able to take a bus straight to the seaside this summer.

No 54 'beach bus' to Bovisand returns

1 min

Big Wheel plan for the Hoe is out thrown

PLANNERS REJECT IT DUE TO 'INSUFFICIENT INFORMATION'

Big Wheel plan for the Hoe is out thrown

2 mins

Funding needed for community garden path

CHARITY PUTS OUT AN APPEAL FOR DONATIONS

Funding needed for community garden path

3 mins

Gardens at Saltram are blooming

EARLY SUMMER COLOUR WELL WORTH SEEING, SAYS GARDENER

Gardens at Saltram are blooming

2 mins

Barbican launch for seafood deli

A NEW seafood deli opened on Plymouth’s Barbican yesterday in the space left vacant when The Catch closed last year.

Barbican launch for seafood deli

1 min

SNP pledge to stand against "twin threats'

JOHN Swinney has said the SNP will stand against the “twin threats” of austerity and privatisation, as his party campaigns on public services.

SNP pledge to stand against "twin threats'

1 min

Minai addresses fans after axed concert

NICKI Minaj has addressed fans outside her Manchester hotel after her gig in the city was axed following her arrest.

Minai addresses fans after axed concert

1 min

Death toll climbs beyond 670 in Papua New Guinea mudslide

THE estimated death toll from a massive landslide in Papua New Guinea has soared to more than 670.

Death toll climbs beyond 670 in Papua New Guinea mudslide

1 min

Rooney 'really excited' to have landed 'perfect' role

FORMER ENGLAND CAPTAIN PROMISES TO ‘ENTERTAIN' GREEN ARMY

Rooney 'really excited' to have landed 'perfect' role

2 mins

Plymouth prevail in the A Division match of the day

CORNWOOD dropped down from second to third in the Tolchards DCL Premier Division table following a 13-run defeat in a rain-affected game against Sidmouth.

Plymouth prevail in the A Division match of the day

5 mins

Tax hikes ruled out under Labour - Reeves

RACHEL Reeves has ruled out increases to income tax or national insurance under a Labour government.

Tax hikes ruled out under Labour - Reeves

1 min

National service proposed

TEENAGERS would not be sent to jail for refusing to comply with the Tories’ proposed “mandatory” national service, James Cleverly has said.

National service proposed

2 mins

City students set for voyage

THREE YOUNGSTERS WILL EXPERIENCE LIFE AT SEA

City students set for voyage

1 min

Tory councillors fight for airport

LEASEHOLDER ACCUSED OF ‘BACK DOOR LAND GRAB’

Tory councillors fight for airport

2 mins

Harbour fall casualty seeks brave rescuers

ORDEAL HAS BEEN PAINTED ON CANVAS BY BUNNY, 79

Harbour fall casualty seeks brave rescuers

2 mins

Dairy's chocolate ganache on sale at M&S

A LUXURY chocolate dessert being sold in Marks & Spencer has been produced by a Plymouth farm which has grown from a tiny dairy to a major player in the competitive world of creamy puddings.

Dairy's chocolate ganache on sale at M&S

2 mins

Towering ambition for development

SKYSCRAPER AT CENTRE OF PLANS FOR FORMER ITV STUDIOS SITE

Towering ambition for development

3 mins

ROONEY TO ARGYLE?

ENGLAND LEGEND SET TO BE NEXT HEAD COACH

ROONEY TO ARGYLE?

2 mins

Argyle loan spell has 'made me better' admits Spurs' Devine

MIDFIELDER Alfie Devine feels he is a better player after his loan experiences at Port Vale and Plymouth Argyle this season - but he has not set any bold targets for the 2024-25 campaign.

Argyle loan spell has 'made me better' admits Spurs' Devine

2 mins

Rovers express an interest in Edwards

Plymouth Argyle captain Joe Edwards could be on the verge of a move to League One outfit Bristol Rovers, writes James Piercey.

Rovers express an interest in Edwards

1 min

Starmer's 'change for the better'

A LABOUR government will keep energy prices down across the whole of the UK, Sir Keir Starmer vowed as he spoke about his party's goal to \"change Britain for the better\".

Starmer's 'change for the better'

1 min

'Clear choice' for voters

RISHI Sunak has insisted there is a \"crystal clear\" choice for voters at the General Election, warning a Labour government under Sir Keir Starmer would see taxes rises by £2,000 per household.

'Clear choice' for voters

2 mins

Child killer loses bid to challenge convictions

CHILD serial killer Lucy Letby has lost her Court of Appeal bid to challenge her convictions.

Child killer loses bid to challenge convictions

1 min

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