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Saturday 28th March

Cheltenham Town 0-3 Plymouth Argyle

7PM - BBC News

Plymouth remain on course for the play-offs with victory at Cheltenham, who are rock bottom of League Two.

Southport 2-1 Torquay United

6PM - BBC News

Paul Smith's late goal gives Southport a narrow victory against 10-man Torquay United in the Conference.

Leicester 25-18 Exeter

6PM - BBC News

Leicester move into the Premiership's top four after a hard-fought win against play-off rivals Exeter at Welford Road.

Troubled hospital gets top award

11AM - BBC News

The Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust given the gold standard for end of life care.

Friday 27th March

Southport v Torquay United

3PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Conference game between Southport and Torquay United.

Cheltenham Town v Plymouth Argyle

12PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's League Two game between Cheltenham Town and Plymouth Argyle.

Plymouth set for Atlantic race start

12PM - BBC News

Up to 200,000 people are expected to visit Plymouth for the revival of the Transat solo professional yacht race in May 2016.

Pirates captain wants Albion survival

11AM - BBC News

Cornish Pirates captain Chris Morgan says he does not want rivals Plymouth Albion to be relegated from the Championship.

A&E misses target for nine months

9AM - BBC News

The emergency department at Derriford Hospital in Plymouth has missed the four-hour waiting time target for the last nine months, a report says.

Police forces to merge services

4AM - BBC News

Dorset Police is to share services with Devon & Cornwall's force following an agreement to form a "strategic alliance".

Thursday 26th March

Worker 'beaten with baseball bat'

5PM - BBC News

Men who were allegedly trafficked to the UK and forced into compulsory labour were told they would be killed if they left, a court hears.

Ten arrested in anti-slavery raids

3PM - BBC News

Ten people are arrested during anti-slavery raids in Oxford.

Council move after seven-year debate

12PM - BBC News

After a seven-year debate, a Devon council finally agrees to move its headquarters in a bid to save money.

Torquay bring in Daniel on loan

11AM - BBC News

Torquay United sign Charlton Athletic winger Kadell Daniel on loan until the end of the season.

Argyle sign Charlton's Ansah on loan

11AM - BBC News

Plymouth Argyle sign striker Zak Ansah on loan from Charlton Athletic until the end of the season.

Exeter sign Atkins from Edinburgh

9AM - BBC News

Exeter Chiefs sign Australian lock Ollie Atkins from Edinburgh to replace departing captain Dean Mumm.

VIDEO: 'Out of control' Dartmoor gorse fire

7AM - BBC News

Firefighters spend more than six hours dealing with a large gorse fire which was burning out of control on Dartmoor.

School's three tuberculosis cases

7AM - BBC News

A pupil - and two former pupils- from a secondary school in Devon are diagnosed with tuberculosis (TB).

Wednesday 25th March

Plymouth loan for Everton youngster

5PM - BBC News

League Two Plymouth Argyle sign Everton youngster Gethin Jones on loan until the end of the season.

Man charged with pupil sex assaults

2PM - BBC News

A man is charged with 16 counts of sexual assault against three children at schools in Suffolk and Devon.

Workers 'forced to live under stairs'

2PM - BBC News

Vulnerable eastern Europeans were trafficked to Plymouth and ordered to live under the stairs "like some grotesque Harry Potter concept", a court hears.

Rebels face Sharks in season opener

12PM - BBC News

Cornish Rebels will begin the defence of their South West Rugby League title at 2013 champions Devon Sharks on 16 May.

Nicholson has Gulls coaching dream

10AM - BBC News

Kidderminster full-back Kevin Nicholson would like to manage former club Torquay when his playing career ends.

Tuesday 24th March

Woking 3-2 Torquay United

11PM - BBC News

Woking come back from 2-0 down against Torquay to earn a thrilling win which keeps their play-off hopes alive.

Mumm 'sad to leave' Exeter Chiefs

3PM - BBC News

Australia international Dean Mumm admits he will be sad to end his Exeter Chiefs career at the end of the season.

Cup cancellation disappoints Exeter

1PM - BBC News

Exeter Chiefs coach Ricky Pellow says plans to cancel next season's LV= Cup will impact on the club's youngsters.

Woking v Torquay United

12PM - BBC News

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Football Conference game between Woking and Torquay United.

Wild beavers returned to River Otter

8AM - BBC News

The only wild beavers in England are released back into their river home after being given a clean bill of health.

Monday 23rd March

Ambulance driver used forged licence

5PM - BBC News

An ambulance paramedic drove patients around Devon on a forged Irish driving licence for four years, a court hears.

Pym praised after late City call-up

1PM - BBC News

Exeter boss Paul Tisdale hails keeper Christy Pym after he was called up late for their 2-1 win at Cheltenham.

Torquay players 'earn £375 a week'

1PM - BBC News

Manager Chris Hargreaves says Torquay's players earn an average weekly wage of £375 - a figure £104 below the national average.

Ambulance attacks 'to be expected'

1PM - BBC News

Violence and aggression towards ambulance staff is now so common "it's almost part of the job", a union has said.

Sheridan critical of Argyle fans

11AM - BBC News

Plymouth Argyle boss John Sheridan angrily criticises fans who booed the team during their draw with Newport County.

'Substantial' Devon cliff collapse

10AM - BBC News

A "substantial collapse" on the South Devon coastline has closed the coast path.

Exeter captain Mumm to leave club

9AM - BBC News

Exeter captain Dean Mumm is to leave them at the end of the season and return to former club New South Wales Waratahs.

FirstGroup awarded new rail deal

9AM - BBC News

Transport company FirstGroup extends its franchise to run rail services between London, South Wales and the South West until 2019.