Daily Archives: February 6, 2017

Government and council funding cuts of up to 80,000 could…

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North Devon schools could lose £80,000 from their budgets if government and county council funding cuts go ahead – and a local councillor has warned this could mean the end for village schools.

Legislators Accused of Continued Abuse of CDF

Local development structures have bemoaned continued abuse of the Constituency Development Funds (CDF) by parliamentarians.

At a cross-learning workshop convened by the Malawi Economics Justice Network (MEJN), representatives of Area Development Committees (ADCs) from Dowa,

Everest climber Mollie Hughes sets her sights on another 'death zone' record

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TORBAY mountaineer Mollie Hughes is aiming to make history by becoming the youngest Briton to climb Everest from both sides.

Mollie, who is 26 and from Churston, plans to tackle the world’s highest

St Sidwell's Point will cost Exeter 26m – Here's five…

Criticism has often been levelled at Exeter City Council concerning the cost of its flagship leisure centre, St Sidwell’s Point.

At £26 million, its set to be one of the most expensive leisure centres in …

Fall Armyworm Threatens African Farmers' Livelihoods

Scientists are calling for urgent action to halt the spread of a pest that is destroying maize crops and spreading rapidly across Africa.

The fall armyworm poses a major threat to food security and agricultural