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Dawlish photographer John Southall who has wowed Gazette readers with his rail pictures and stories, is causing equal interest with his compelling Then and Now series.

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Why Charlie's a real watchdog...

WHEN Terry Morgan’s £500 wristwatch went missing, Charlie, his pet Newfoundland dog, was the prime suspect.

Despite scouring Terry’s Cockwood home, there was still no trace of his treasured timepiece.

It was only when the alarm went off... read on

AIR show organisers are £20,000 short to fund this year’s event and have launched a desperate appeal for help or the popular show could be cancelled. read on...
DAWLISH is gearing up to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of the first world war. read on...
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a sheep collapsed and died after being worried by a dog. read on...
DAWLISH resident John Pollard has spent the last 15 years battling to get South West Water to clear a blockage which regularly sends sewage bubbling through a manhole cover in Exeter Road. read on...

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A total of 40 junior octopush players from Dawlish, aged nine to 18, travelled to Leeds for the British Underwater Hockey Age Group Championships.

The competition raged for nine gruelling hours on the Saturday as the round-robin stages became play-offs and then the finals.

Some of the matches involving the best of Britain’s junior teams were tense and attritional; some were a cake-walk, while others went to sudden-death golden goals.

By mid-afternoon one title was in the bag as the TSW Dawlish U14 team scooped the first of the four gold medals up for grabs.

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A total of 40 junior octopush players from Dawlish, aged nine to 18, travelled to Leeds for the British Underwater Hockey Age Group Championships.
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