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November 08, 2022

TRAGEDY CAUSED WHEN DIVERS RAN OUT OF AIR - INQUEST TOLD COMPLACENCY A FACTOR

Inquest hears how divers met their fate

TRAGEDY CAUSED WHEN DIVERS RAN OUT OF AIR - INQUEST TOLD COMPLACENCY A FACTOR

3 mins

Help to keep rescue pets from chill this winter

GABLES APPEAL AS ENERGY BILLS EXPECTED TO TRIPLE

Help to keep rescue pets from chill this winter

1 min

Drone shows progress on new Forder Valley road

BUT STILL NO OPENING DATE FOR NEW £50M LINK ROAD

Drone shows progress on new Forder Valley road

2 mins

Councillors In Plymstock fight for Post Office

CLOSURE COULD DEVASTATE BUSINESSES ON BROADWAY

Councillors In Plymstock fight for Post Office

3 mins

Plans for health hub 'were just an ambition’

JOHNNY Mercer has said plans for a sparkling new 'health hub' in the city centre \"were just an ambition\" after the government confirmed £41m of funding has been pulled.

Plans for health hub 'were just an ambition’

2 mins

MP: 'Stop the blame game and find solutions’

PLYMOUTH MP Johnny Mercer has claimed he will wring out \"every last penny\" of Government funding to help city residents in the cost of living crisis.

MP: 'Stop the blame game and find solutions’

4 mins

Remembering city's heroes

SERVICE ON THE HOE WILL BE POIGNANT OCCASION

Remembering city's heroes

2 mins

Raising funds in memory of father and uncle

BRAIN TUMOUR SUFFERERS DIED ONLY FOUR DAYS APART

Raising funds in memory of father and uncle

2 mins

Chief's fears over winter flood risk

AN Environment Agency (EA) boss has warned the UK could suffer from flooding this winter despite areas being in drought, saying \"climate change is happening now\".

Chief's fears over winter flood risk

2 mins

Olivia quits jungle

OLIVIA Attwood has withdrawn from I'm A Celebrity...

Olivia quits jungle

1 min

23 arrested over M25 oil protests

TWENTY-THREE people have been arrested after Just Stop Oil protesters climbed gantries on the M25 despite a major Metropolitan Police operation to foil their plans.

23 arrested over M25 oil protests

1 min

LOOKING BACK

When sheep grazed all over... CHRIS ROBINSON DIGS DOWN INTO SOME FARMING HISTORY

LOOKING BACK

3 mins

Survivors of pre-war grandeur

JO CLARKE JAKES A WALK DOWN UNION ST

Survivors of pre-war grandeur

2 mins

Services held in bombed-out church

DURING the Second World War Plymouth was one of the most heavily bombed cities in the country.

Services held in bombed-out church

1 min

SCARS OF WAR

NOTHING brings to life the horrors of war more than the personal stories of those who survived it.

SCARS OF WAR

1 min

Sewage spills 'could be going unreported'

MORE beaches could be polluted with sewage but there is no way official way to find out. At least six declared pollution alerts were in place at beaches in Cornwall yesterday after a weekend of pollution discharges.

Sewage spills 'could be going unreported'

1 min

Riders are just too strong for plucky Patriots

PLYMOUTH City Patriots took on the Leicester Riders at the weekend, in front of a sell-out crowd at Pavilions, but ultimately came up short.

Riders are just too strong for plucky Patriots

3 mins

Tavistock show their quality and Henderson wants more of the same

TAVISTOCK issued a real statement of their intent for this season with a stunning 4-0 away win at high-flying Frome Town on Saturday, but manager Stuart Henderson said it will count for nothing if his side don't follow it up with another win at Lymington in the Southern League Division One South tonight.

Tavistock show their quality and Henderson wants more of the same

3 mins

Edwards prepared for a hard week of training

CAPTAIN ADMITS ARGYLE WERE WELL BELOW THE USUAL STANDARD

Edwards prepared for a hard week of training

5 mins

WE HAD NO CHOICE!

SCHUEY SAYS HE HAD TO MAKE CHANGES

WE HAD NO CHOICE!

2 mins

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The Herald Newspaper Description:

PublisherReach Publishing Services Limited

CategoryNewspaper

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyDaily

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