Parents urged to get flu vaccine for toddlers
PLYMOUTH parents and carers are being urged to take up a free vaccine offered to toddlers to protect them against the flu.
Farewell to Bill, a proud champion for our city and SW region
FORMER HERALD EDITOR BILL MARTIN LEAVES COMPANY
Bones found at Sherford excavations
‘INCREDIBLE DISCOVERY’ OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL FINDINGS
Argyle boss made young fan's day
PLYMOUTH Argyle may have suffered defeat at Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday, but the players and manager made the day of two football fans on their way back to Devon.
Appeal to find teenagers reported missing
A PLYMOUTH family is urging people to keep a look out for two teenagers who have been reported missing. Demi Evans, 15, and boyfriend Ryan Luck, 14, were seen leaving Demi’s home at around 1.30pm last Sunday, January 16.
Benefits Cheat Avoids Being Sent To Prison
Family situation plays part in judge’s verdict
School Drops From Outstanding To Inadequate
Hyde Park Infants’ ofsted rating slides in its first inspection for 15 years
Signs Pointing To End Of Restrictions
The “signs are encouraging" for lifting Covid restrictions in England at the end of the month, a Cabinet minister has said.
Teacher is convicted of rape in city hotel room
VICTIM INSISTS CONSENT WAS NOT GIVEN
Tributes after death of musician
TRIBUTES are being paid to a popular and talented Plymouth musician, who has died suddenly.
Services in pole position in a new-look top four
DEVONPORT Services are set-up nicely for the South West One topof-the-table clash against Chew Valley after demolishing Bridgwater & Albion 45-13.
My coffe shop loyalty is finally repaid
LAST week on a particularly wet and dreary day I had a wonderful surprise. Some years ago on my way to my then job I began popping into a well-known coffee shop for a takeaway coffee.
THIS gives viewers a peek behind the posh, privileged doors of the British aristocracy - extraordinary modern-day blue bloods living in stately homes.
RANDELL SCORED WITH A FREE-KICK DURING THE 4-2 DEFEAT
In search of the city's most expensive roads
YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR IN POSH AREAS OF PLYMOUTH
Lacklustre Albion fall to Rams
THE Albion coaching staff must be struggling to see what the secret sauce is that diminishes the potency of their charges on the road.
Father and son combine to set up college hub
STUDENTS AND LOCALS CAN MAKE MOST OF NEW FACILITY
Council secures housing land
GOVERNMENT FUNDING WILL HELP TO DELIVER AFFORDABLE HOMES
Commission is seeking input
WOMEN ARE REQUESTED TO SHARE THEIR EXPERIENCES
Butcher's business debts are revealed
SOME CREDITORS UNLIKELY TO RECLAIM ANY MONEY
Key road to close over danger wall
REPAIRS WILL SHUT A387 FOR SIX WEEKS
Activist clergy cleared over rail stunt
EXTINCTION Rebellion activists who were cleared over a 2019 stunt which saw them disrupt rush-hour trains in central London said they feel "vindicated" by the jury's decision - and hope it will inspire others to take similar action.
Scarr hopes to learn plenty from Hughes
DEFENDER Dan Scarr believes he will be able to learn a lot from new Plymouth Argyle first-team coach Mark Hughes.
Railway link 'is moving up the list of projects'
NEW MOVES TO TAVISTOCK AND PLYMOUTH CONNECT
SEARCH FOR A STRIKER
SCHUMACHER KEEN TO BRING IN A FRONTMAN
We were more than friends' court told
MAN DENIES RAPING WOMAN THREE TIMES IN HOTEL ROOM
Yacht worker was found dead inside his home
POLICE INVESTIGATION FOUND NO EVIDENCE OF FOUL PLAY
Significant drop-off in demand for booster jabs
LEAD NURSE SAYS NUMBERS HAVE DROPPED TO A FIFTH
Rock band confirm new Pavilions gig date
ROCK band Wolf Alice have confirmed new dates for the UK tour, including Plymouth Pavilions, following the postponement of all gigs due to the high number of covid cases.
Never too late to take a different career route
TEACHING IS POPULAR WAY TO CHANGE JOB DIRECTION