There was absolutely no reason or point in the problems we had in parliament over 2019,
It was all a game of one-upmanship by the non ruling parties and a concerted effort by those
who couldn't care less what their constituents, the people who voted them in, thought and
tried to block the will...
Students across Plymouth are collecting their A-Level and other Post-16 results today.
Early indications show that young people across the city have the results they need to go on to higher education and their desired pathways after completing their studies.
Councillor Jon Taylor the Cabinet...
Green Flag recognition for Central Park
Plymouth’s Central Park has been awarded a prestigious Green Flag.
The Green Flag Award scheme is a national body that recognises and rewards well managed parks and green spaces.
Devonport Park, Tothill Park, Ham Woods, West Hoe Park, The Hoe and...
The new laws coming into force in 2019 that will affect your life
It's up to you to know about these new laws
There is a raft of new laws coming into force in 2019 that we'll all need to be aware of.
Some will mean more money in your pocket while others will affect the way you drive,
Babcock is looking for exceptional apprentices to train across various disciplines at Devonport Royal Dockyard in Plymouth.
Our apprenticeship schemes take 4 years to complete. During this time you'll earn a competitive apprentice wage and gain hands-on technical experience in the work place. As...
Barry St John
Virgin Media TV pulls 10 channels
Ten channels have pulled from Virgin because Virgin charge to much:
No mention of a reduction in subscription cost so I will be cancelling tomorrow and moving back to Freeview.
A bit cheeky...
Plymouth Armed Forces Day Saturday 30 June
Expect a jam-packed day of free family fun at Plymouth Armed Forces Day, in association with Babcock.
With loads of exciting and exhilarating displays, including military bands, parades, static helicopters, the
Royal Navy dive tank, military vehicles...
Statement - Plymouth’s House of Fraser Store
Leader of Plymouth City Council Tudor Evans OBE said:
“This is clearly a blow for Plymouth to have this store on the list – but we need to find out more about the proposal, to understand if this is the end of the road for this shop or if there are...
Thrilling air display planned for Armed Forces Day
More details have been released about the air display planned for Plymouth Armed Forces Day, taking place on Plymouth Hoe on Saturday 30 June.
Aircraft including a Spitfire XIV, Calidus Gyro and Catalina will take to the skies above Plymouth...
Acesulfame potassium, or Ace-K
A sugar substitute, 200 times sweeter than sugar, that contains no calories.
A substance foreign to the body that causes an allergic reaction
The chemical responsible for garlic's odour and health effects
Traffic on Royal Parade might be slower next week
Traffic on Royal Parade is likely to be slow moving for a few days next week to enable a trial to be carried out on Bretonside viaduct.
From 21 May until 25 May, a short section of the outbound lane and bus lane near the former post office from...
Have a little titter
Children: You spend the first 2 years of their life teaching them to walk and talk. Then you spend the next 16 years telling them to sit down and shut-up.
If I agreed with you we'd both be wrong.
We live in a society where pizza gets to your house before the police.
Headliner for Day Two of Ocean City Sounds revealed
Pete Tong and the Heritage Orchestra, conducted by Jules Buckley, will be headlining Day Two of MTV Presents: Ocean City Sounds on Friday 27 July, in their only South West performance of the year.
Their critically acclaimed ‘Ibiza Classics’...