P345 Teletext 345 May 5 00:01:06    'fst   Country    ———————————————————————————  TWO INJURED IN STABBING    Two men are described as "comfortable" at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital after being stabbed on Friday night. The two, aged 24 and 25, were found after police were called to a house in Mount Pleasant Road in Exeter. Two people have been arrested and are helping police with their inquiries. The incident took place in the early evening on Friday. ——————————————————————————————————2/11— Regional news 331 Sport 170 REGIONAL NEWS, SPORT & TRAVEL p330 Missing Crime Local news TV Plus
P345 Teletext 345 May 5 00:12:10    'jst   Country    ———————————————————————————  NEg BATTLE AGAINST BLAZE    Dozens of firemen had to tackle one of Exmoor's worst fires for years, after it flared up a second time. The blaze near 'fbbers Post, Luccombe, broke out on a mile-long area of heath on Friday and spread to a plantation. Firefighters were called back there but were hampered by high winds. A large area of woodland has been devastated but the fire was brought under control. ——————————————————————————————————3/11— Regional news 331 Sport 170 REGIONAL CLASSIFIED INDEX page 370 Missing Crime Local news TV Plus
P345 Teletext 345 May 5 00:02:07    'jst   Country    ———————————————————————————  FOUR HURT AS CARS COLLIDE    Police are investigating the cause of a collision involving two cars carrying eight people. The crash happened on the B3274 at Bodmin in Cornwall, when a Mercedes and a Vauxhall Cavalier collided. The driver of the Mercedes, from London, and his three passengers were unhurt, but the four occupants of the Cavalier were injured — one seriously. ——————————————————————————————————4/11— Regional news 331 Sport 170 TRAVEL CITY - LOCAL DEPARTURES p279 Missing Crime Local news TV Plus
P345 Teletext 345 May 5 00:02:48    'bst  5js1uz5pz Country  ———————————————————————————  TWO BADLY HURT IN CRASH    Two men from Devon were taken to hospital suffering sdrious injuries after a traffic accident. Leslie Harris, from Seaton, driving an orange Ford escort, and Leslie Twoze, driving a Toyota Corolla, wera involved in an accident on th— A3052 near Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary. Four passdngers in the Toyota were also traated for minor injuries ——————————————————————————————————9/11— Regional news 331 Sport 170 REGIONAL NEWS, SPORT & PAVEL Missing Crime Local news TV Plus
P345 Teletext 345 May 5 00:23:17    'fst   Country    ———————————————————————————  TWO BADLY HURT IN CRASH    Two men from Devon were taken to hospital suffering serious injuries after a traffic accident. Leslie Harris, from Seaton, driving an orange Ford escort, and Leslie Twoze, driving a Toyota Corolla, were involved in an accident on the A3052 near Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary. Four passengers in the Toyota were also treated for minor injuries. ——————————————————————————————————9/11— Regional news 331 Sport 170 REGIONAL NEWS, SPORT & TRAVEL p330 Missing Crime Local news TV Plus
P345 Teletext 345 May 5 00:21:00    'fst   Country    ———————————————————————————  BAILEY CHOOSES COAST VENUE    Top photographer David Bailey has abandoned the London galleries to mount his next exhibition in Plymouth. Bailey has regarded Tavistock, in Devon, as his second home for years and his children are educated locally. At The Gharf, the site of his exhibition which runs until the end of May, Bailey said: "Life is more civilised down here." ——————————————————————————————————10/11 Regional news 331 Sport 170 REGIONAL NEWS, SPORT & TRAVEL p330 Missing Crime Local news TV Plus
P345 Teletext 345 May 5 00:00:01    'jst   Country    ———————————————————————————  E.COLI WARNING TO FARMERS    Farmers in the South 'bst have been issued guidelines in an attempt to cut the risk of the E.coli infection being passed from animals to humans. The National Farmers Union is concerned about farms which open their gates for open days and school visits. The union said people should take extra care to wash their hands after handling animals, especially before mealtimes. ——————————————————————————————————11/11 Regional news 331 Sport 170 REGIONAL NEWS, SPORT & TRAVEL p330 Missing Crime Local news TV Plus
P345 Teletext 345 May 5 00:01:00     ———————————— 'bst Country —————————————  THE LATEST NEWS  ry  PAGES FOR THE   SOUTH WEST   TELEVISION REGION    ——————————————————————————————————1/11— Regional index 332 UK/World news 300 REGIONAL NEWS, SPORT & TRAVEL p330 Missing Crime Local news TV Plus
P345 Teletext 345 May 5 00:15:00    'dst   Country    ———————————————————————————  SKIN CANCER RISK "HIGHER"    People in the region may have a higher risk of skin cancer than the rest of the country, according to the Cancer Research CampaignN Changes in the climate will bring the South 'fst's temperature up by 1.5C over the next 50 years, matching levels on the European continent. A spokesman for CRC said the danger would rise if people did not cover up. ——————————————————————————————————5/11— Regional news 331 Sport 170 REGIONAL NEWS, SPORT & TRAVEL p330 Missing Crime Local news TV Plus
P345 Teletext 345 May 5 00:15:02    'jst   Country    ———————————————————————————  VICARS OVERWORKED — SURVEY    Vicars' wives think their husbands are overworked and underpaid according to a new survey carried out in Devon. The survey of over 100 wives was carried out by Susan Avis, whose husband Paul is a sub-Dean of Exeter Cathedral and vicar of Stoke Cannon. Her research covered part of the Exeter diocese and concluded that most vicars worked more than 60hrs a week. ——————————————————————————————————6/11— Regional news 331 Sport 170 REGIONAL NEWS, SPORT & TRAVEL p330 Missing Crime Local news TV Plus
P345 Teletext 345 May 5 00:10:00    'bst   Country    ———————————————————————————  SHEEP BLAMED FOR ROCK FALL    A flock of wild sheep has been blamed for an increase in rock falls in Somerset's Cheddar Gorge. Cars have been damaged by stones dislodged from steep cliffs by the Soay sheep and drivers must take care to avoid stray animals on the Gorge road. Cheddar Showcaves director Hugh Cornwell has written to Somerset County Council highlighting the problem. ——————————————————————————————————7/11— Regional news 331 Sport 170 TRAVEL CITY - LOCAL DEPARTURES p279 Missing Crime Local news TV Plus
P345 Teletext 345 May 5 00:12:01    'bst   Country    ———————————————————————————  OVER 50s RAISE CHARITY CASH    A Plymouth cancer charity has received more than £6,000 from the Association of Retired Persons Over 50. They raised the cash for the new Macmillan cancer care centre at Derriford by holding sponsored walks and a range of other events. The club, formed in 1991, aims to bridge the generation gap and ensure the concept "over the hill" is defunct. ——————————————————————————————————8/11— Regional news 331 Sport 170 JOBS, TRAINING, ADVICE p630 (C4) Missing Crime Local news TV Plus