Protests Greet Proposed Tamar Toll Increases
Revenue drop prompts fees plan
SCHU FITS FOR ARGYLE
ASSSITANT STEPS UP AS LOWE QUITS FOR PRESTON NORTH END.
Princess V50 makes debut
ADDITION TO FLEET ALL SET FOR DEBUT AT GERMAN SHOW
Plympton curry restaurant is among best in West
PLYMOUTH is home to one of the best Indian restaurants and takeaways in the South West.
Memorial petition for Bobbi-Anne
FRIEND'S QUEST FOR BUS STOP TRIBUTE
College of Art union wins national award
RECOGNITION FOR HARD WORK DURING COURSE OF PANDEMIC
Continuity could be key as Argyle enter new era
THE appointment of Steven Schumacher by Plymouth Argyle means as little disruption as possible after the sudden departure of Ryan Lowe.
Betting firm eyes up new site in city's West End
SHOP MAY OPEN UP NEXT TO PLANNED WELLBEING HUB
Christmas Market In Full Swing
Stalls have everything from niche gifts to sweet treats we
'Most Festive Show Of The Year' Is Opening
White Christmas At Theatre Royal
Soaring number of homes in city unfit to live in
MORE THAN 100 PROPERTIES NOW LEGALLY UNINHABITABLE
Repayments crisis threatens region's firms
BUSINESSES COULD GO BUST IF THEY CANNOT SETTLE LOANS
Argyle kids rue missed chances
PLYMOUTH Argyle's under-18s can hold their heads up high despite losing their FA Youth Cup third-round tie to Brighton & Hove Albion at Home Park.
Festive lights are back in Plymstock
RAISING FUNDS FOR DESERVING CHARITY
Win takes Tavistock seven points clear at top of table
TAVISTOCK boss Stuart Henderson could not hide his delight after watching his side go seven points clear at the top of the Toolstation Western League Premier Division with a 1-0 win over second-placed Bitton at Langsford Park.
Wind on the way to batter region
MET OFFICE WARNING IN PLACE TOMORROW
One in three in city areas have not had a single jab
CITY CENTRE, BARBICAN AND SUTTON HARBOUR LAGGING
Late-night jabs on offer at Home Park
Members of the public will be able to book late-night Covid-19 vaccinations from this week.
Did Olly pop the question to Amelia, or was it just a tease?
FANS are excited by a video posted by pop star Olly Murs – which could hint that he has popped the question to Plymouth-born girlfriend Amelia Tank.
Crisp idea sees Esme help the homeless
HUNDREDS OF PACKETS ARE BEING TURNED INTO BLANKETS
Ten-foot menorah lit to mark Hanukkah
Plymouth has finally seen the Jewish menorah lit in the city for the first time this week.
‘Wait your turn' plea over booster
NHS WILL GET IN TOUCH, PROMISES NURSE
MP's anger at Boris lockdown knees-up
‘IT’S ONE RULE FOR THE PM, AND ANOTHER FOR EVERYONE ELSE’
‘Amazing' fun at full throttle
SHOW JUMPER CHARLOTTE MAKES LEAP TO SPEEDWAY
Hicks rolls back the years to reach last eight
TAVISTOCK snooker star Andy Hicks has reached the UK Championship last eight for the first time in over a quarter of a century.
Self-defence guru offers free seminar
WOMEN CAN GO ‘FROM POODLE TO PITBULL’
Pilgrims welcome Bolton and Ennis back to the squad
DEFENDER James Bolton and striker Niall Ennis will be part of the Plymouth Argyle squad for the FA Cup second round tie away to Rochdale tomorrow after recovering from long-term injuries.
Tom ‘taking time away from diving'
SUPERSTAR HAVING A BREAK AFTER TOKYO
Hard times on the pitch but the foundations are built at Albion
IS ANYONE else struggling to keep up with how fast time is racing on this year? How on earth are we into December and the last two home games of 2021?
Committee votes to put up Tamar tolls by 30%
DECISION NOW GOES OUT TO PUBLIC CONSULTATION