Exeter City 0-2 Swansea City

Premier League Swansea City win their pre-season friendly 2-0 away against League Two side Exeter City at St James Park.
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Injured service personnel show off their skills – in the kitchen

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July 29, 2014
Injured service personnel show off their skills – in the kitchen

INJURED service personnel have proved they can stand the heat – by preparing a three-course lunch for a Michelin star chef. The group of six budding chefs put into practice the skills they had learned during a six-week cookery course. And they go...
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Injured service personnel show off their skills – in the kitchen

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July 29, 2014
Injured service personnel show off their skills – in the kitchen

INJURED service personnel have proved they can stand the heat – by preparing a three-course lunch for a Michelin star chef. The group of six budding chefs put into practice the skills they had learned during a six-week cookery course. And they go...
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Second sprint gold for England’s Proud

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July 29, 2014

England's Ben Proud adds the 50m freestyle crown to his 50m butterfly gold, as Wales' Georgia Davies wins the 50m backstroke.
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‘Cathedral of the South Hams’ to host special service

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July 29, 2014
‘Cathedral of the South Hams’ to host special service

A SPECIAL service of commemoration to mark the centenary of the start of the start of World War One is to be staged on Sunday. St Peter's Church in Ugborough – often referred to as 'Cathedral of the South Hams', is hosting the service from 11am. ...
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‘Cathedral of the South Hams’ to host special service

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July 29, 2014
‘Cathedral of the South Hams’ to host special service

A SPECIAL service of commemoration to mark the centenary of the start of the start of World War One is to be staged on Sunday. St Peter's Church in Ugborough – often referred to as 'Cathedral of the South Hams', is hosting the service from 11am. ...
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Former Plympton bowling alley knocked down like ten-pins

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July 29, 2014
Former Plympton bowling alley knocked down like ten-pins

THE FORMER bowling alley in Plympton is being torn down in preparation of a German supermarket firm snapping up the site. The Megabowl ten-pin bowling centre – opened by TV's Mr Blobby – was closed in August 2007 by owner Tenpin Ltd with t...
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Candles to flicker in remembrance of World War One

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July 29, 2014
Candles to flicker in remembrance of World War One

RESIDENTS, communities and businesses in the South Hams are being invited to join a nationwide 'Lights Out' event on Monday. The event will mark the day that Britain entered World War One 100 years ago. Everyone can take part in the poignant centenary ...
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Thanksgiving service for life of former Brixham GP Dr Bill Gould

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July 29, 2014
Thanksgiving service for life of former Brixham GP Dr Bill Gould

A SERVICE of thanksgiving for the life of former Brixham GP Dr William Gould OBE is taking place on Friday. Dr Gould, known to friends as Bill, was a GP at St Luke's Medical Centre before his retirement to Crowborough, East Sussex, 12 years ago. He was...
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Thanksgiving service for life of former Brixham GP Dr Bill Gould

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July 29, 2014
Thanksgiving service for life of former Brixham GP Dr Bill Gould

A SERVICE of thanksgiving for the life of former Brixham GP Dr William Gould OBE is taking place on Friday. Dr Gould, known to friends as Bill, was a GP at St Luke's Medical Centre before his retirement to Crowborough, East Sussex, 12 years ago. He was...
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Campaigning pensioner given conditional discharge at court and…

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July 29, 2014
Campaigning pensioner given conditional discharge at court and…

A CAMPAIGNING pensioner who parked his caravans on public land earmarked for housing has been told he has 10 days to move them or face a huge fine. Arthur Watson, of Estover, appeared before Plymouth magistrates after he failed to remove two caravans ...
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Plymouth service to commemorate World War One

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July 29, 2014
Plymouth service to commemorate World War One

A COMMEMORATION service will take place on Plymouth Hoe next Monday to mark 100 years since the start of World War One. Organised by Plymouth City Council, the service will bring together communities and visitors from across the city to commemorate the...
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Plymouth model living it up in New York at international…

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July 29, 2014
Plymouth model living it up in New York at international…

A PLYMOUTH model is living it up in New York as he competes in an international competition which has launched the careers of Ashton Kutcher and Sean William Scott. Tommy Viles, 24, from Estover is competing at the IMTA convention (International Model ...
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Theatre Royal Plymouth plays its part in WW1 centenary commemorat…

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July 29, 2014
Theatre Royal Plymouth plays its part in WW1 centenary commemorat…

PLYMOUTH is playing a significant role in the national World War One commemorations this year. And the skills, expertise and passion of staff at the Theatre Royal Plymouth workshops at TR2 will be on full public display throughout. An installation of c...
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Theatre Royal Plymouth plays its part in WW1 centenary commemorat…

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July 29, 2014
Theatre Royal Plymouth plays its part in WW1 centenary commemorat…

PLYMOUTH is playing a significant role in the national World War One commemorations this year. And the skills, expertise and passion of staff at the Theatre Royal Plymouth workshops at TR2 will be on full public display throughout. An installation of c...
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Nick Harvey MP raises concerns over Ilfracombe seafront repairs…

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July 29, 2014
Nick Harvey MP raises concerns over Ilfracombe seafront repairs…

SERIOUS concerns have been raised over the decision to completely shut an Ilfracombe car park for the duration of the summer season.The Environment Agency last week announced plans to close Cheyne Beach car park from August 1 to allow for essential mai...
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Shop steps in to help Plymouth women recovering from breast…

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July 29, 2014
Shop steps in to help Plymouth women recovering from breast…

A SHOP set up a special workshop to make dozens of 'bosom bags' for women who have had breast cancer surgery. Creative Collections, in Ivybridge, got a team of ladies working flat-out to make the bags, which make recovering from surgery a little more ...
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Sailors found indecent images on man’s hard drive, Plymouth court…

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July 29, 2014
Sailors found indecent images on man’s hard drive, Plymouth court…

ROYAL Navy sailors have told a court how they discovered indecent images of children on a NAAFI worker's hard drive. Civilian Shaun Sparrow lent the device to a colleague on board aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious when she was anchored in Plymouth Sound...
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Land rover pulled to safety after getting stuck in sea at…

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July 29, 2014

A VEHICLE had to be pulled to safety after it got stuck in the sea at Oddicombe beach on Tuesday afternoon.Rosie the Land Rover, which belongs to Jefferson Rose who runs the pedalos and boats business on the beach, got into trouble just after 5pm.Mr Rose said: "We were bringing the safety boat back...
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Land rover pulled to safety after getting stuck in sea at…

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July 29, 2014

A VEHICLE had to be pulled to safety after it got stuck in the sea at Oddicombe beach on Tuesday afternoon.Rosie the Land Rover, which belongs to Jefferson Rose who runs the pedalos and boats business on the beach, got into trouble just after 5pm.Mr Rose said: "We were bringing the safety boat back...
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Dinghy in trouble near Ilfracombe

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July 29, 2014
Dinghy in trouble near Ilfracombe

A DINGHY is being towed to safety after getting into trouble near Ilfracombe. The coastguard was called at 5pm and Ilfracombe RNLI's inshore lifeboat went to the assistance of the boat which was adrift around 100 yards off the Tunnel Beaches. The din...
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