Dolphins entrance ship crew
The Herald|November 10, 2021
A POD of dolphins was filmed swimming in time with music alongside a vessel just off the Plymouth coastline as it made its way to Brixham last week.

Continue reading your story on the app

Continue reading your story in the newspaper

MORE STORIES FROM THE HERALDView All

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. 

2 mins read
The Herald
January 18, 2022

Farewell to Bill, a proud champion for our city and SW region

FORMER HERALD EDITOR BILL MARTIN LEAVES COMPANY

3 mins read
The Herald
January 18, 2022

Bones found at Sherford excavations

‘INCREDIBLE DISCOVERY’ OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL FINDINGS

2 mins read
The Herald
January 18, 2022

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.

1 min read
The Herald
January 18, 2022

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.

1 min read
The Herald
January 18, 2022

Benefits Cheat Avoids Being Sent To Prison

Family situation plays part in judge’s verdict

2 mins read
The Herald
January 17, 2022

School Drops From Outstanding To Inadequate

Hyde Park Infants’ ofsted rating slides in its first inspection for 15 years

3 mins read
The Herald
January 17, 2022

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.

2 mins read
The Herald
January 17, 2022

Teacher is convicted of rape in city hotel room

VICTIM INSISTS CONSENT WAS NOT GIVEN

3 mins read
The Herald
January 17, 2022

Tributes after death of musician

TRIBUTES are being paid to a popular and talented Plymouth musician, who has died suddenly.

1 min read
The Herald
January 17, 2022
RELATED STORIES

To do list

GAME PLAN

3 mins read
Dolphin Digest
October 2021

You're in Safe Hands with the Dolphins Safeties

After an off-season where the Miami Dolphins had daily drama surrounding who would be the quarterback, which coordinator was really calling the plays, and does their number one pick have a limp, went into Foxborough and did something they’ve only done once since 2008.

3 mins read
Dolphin Digest
October 2021

Offensive line an early season concern

PARTING SHOTS

1 min read
Dolphin Digest
October 2021

Solid preseason offers hope for running game

How unlikely would it be if the answer to the Dolphins running game concerns is a former seventh-round pick in his third season out of Washington who was the last of 25 running backs taken in the 2019 draft?

1 min read
Dolphin Digest
September 20, 2021

Dolphins 101 with Professor Klump

Miami finally has their guy at quarterback

3 mins read
Dolphin Digest
September 20, 2021

AROUND THE AFC EAST

Buffalo has their future QB...do the other teams?

3 mins read
Dolphin Digest
September 20, 2021

PARTING shots

It’s time for Baker to become elite

4 mins read
Dolphin Digest
August 30, 2021

Time to take stock of Tua

The Dolphins quarterback showed improvement in his second camp, but the question remains as to how big a jump he can make in 2021

4 mins read
Dolphin Digest
August 30, 2021

Biegel back with a new perspective

Instead of playing linebacker for the Miami Dolphins last season, Vince Biegel spent Sundays with his leg propped up and daughter on his knee.

3 mins read
Dolphin Digest
August 30, 2021

Dolphins defense could use another playmaking linebacker

We understand that the offseason talk has centered on offense, and justifiably so. There are serious voids that must be filled both at running back and receiver. Just put in the tape from last season you’ll see that just about every Sunday.

1 min read
Dolphin Digest
March 2021