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The author said "It's been wonderful" as fans mark two decades since the children's books opened up a world of magic to millions (read more)

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EU citizens living in the UK after Brexit under "settled status" will have the same rights as Britons to bring family members into the UK (read more)

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Cliffhanger scenes saw the Walford legend crash to the ground (read more)

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A pub owner who was fined more than £3,000 for playing music without a license has said he is "gobsmasked" by the punishment. Mark David Newton, who runs the Weston Mill pub in St Budeaux, Plymouth, was hit with a music ban and legal costs of over £3,000 at London's High Court last week. (read more)

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A witness appeal has been launched by police after a tractor was left damaged at a roundabout. The green John Deere tractor was negotiating the Belliver roundabout just before Roborough in Plymouth when a collison with a large, green HGV took place. (read more)

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Nearly 100 objections have been raised by residents against plans for a major housing development next to the A38. Outline planning permission for the Station Hill development on the edge of Chudleigh — which could see 230 homes built and 300 jobs created — was granted by Teignbridge planners in 2014. (read more)

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The death of a woman in Plymouth last week is not being treated as suspicious by police. Officers were called to an address in Kenley Gardens, in the Ernesettle area of the city, at around 7. (read more)

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A mum wants to thank the two off-duty doctors helped treat her nine-year-old son after he was reportedly crushed by the front wheel of a 4x4.Tara Willis is also appealing for witnesses following the incident involving son Leland at the car park of Paulos Circus, Darts Farm, at 5. (read more)

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A dog which bit a three-year-old girl at a beach resort has been reprieved from a death sentence. The Staffordshire bull terrier named Reggie had already bitten another toddler and should have been muzzled when he attacked the little girl at Woolacombe, North Devon. (read more)

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A man and his young son broke into a Devon military base and filmed themselves walking around inside. The two had been kayaking in the Sound and climbed a ladder up to the south side of the dockyard - which is off limits to members of the public. (read more)

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