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A review of a repeat prescription online service has been carried out after a 45-year-old Dawlish man was able to order more tablets than he had been prescribed and died of a lethal overdose. His GP Tamsin Venton at Teign Estuary Medical Group told in a statement how Mr Lewis had been prescribed Fluoxetine, often used to treat depression. Read more... ...

POMP AND CEREMONY AT IT@S BEST. BROUGHT TO YOU BY TAX PAYER'S DONATIONS. I assume he travelled first class and most probably with a large number of support staff to:- a) tell him where the wall was. b) why he was actually there. c) what to say and more importantly what NOT to say. d) when to leave.

Dawlish News
Dawlish News
26 Sep 2020

Transport minister Chris Heaton-Harris officially opened the first section of the new £80m Dawlish sea wall yesterday (Friday, September 25), promising that it will protect the railway "for generations to come". Mr Heaton-Harris took part in a socially-distanced opening ceremony, beginning with a tour along the new promenade which runs for the entire stretch of the new wall. The new sea wall is ...

A convicted sex offender has been warned he faces a jail sentence after he spent a year grooming a 12-year-old boy with expensive presents. At that time he was using his real name of Daniel Luckman and living in Newlands, Dawlish. He has since changed his name to Graham and moved to Exeter. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/sex-offender-facing-jail-classic-4521114

So I asked a leader of a local council what the situation was/is with regard to these new fangled Street Marshals given as I am led to understand that local councils will be responsible for them and this is what I was told: "As you appreciate, the Government made its announcement late last week. As far as I am aware there is no Government funding for Covid Street Marshalls. ...

13 Sep 2020

@Brooklyn Bridge - and her responses were?

11 Sep 2020

Has the number of police officers in Devon and Cornwall decreased or increased over the past 10 years? If so, by how many and in which way (increased or decreased)? Our law abiding (ahem!) prime minister promised 20,000 new police officers when he took office some 14 months ago, This figure was repeated again in the Conservative party December 2019 General Election manifesto. Has Devon and ...

1263
1263
11 Sep 2020

@ brooklyn How about the waste of ratepayers money trying to incorporate devon/cornwall police with dorset How about her justification that we have to paymore in rates for policing but get less in Dawlish How about the expense used to tart up the commisioners office How about the  false  information we get from the police saying how they are on top of crime. How about why some ...

Lynne
Lynne
11 Sep 2020

Yes I think it would be good to have a police office in the town. And on the subject of a visible presence of law enforcement officers: Perhaps another issue you could raise with her is this new government initiative of Covid Street Marshalls. Like - Who will be recruiting them? How will they be recruited? What powers will they have? How many is it thought will be needed? How will they be ...

Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge
10 Sep 2020

Hi Guys, as mentioned before I have a meeting with the Crime Commissioner on Saturday, are there any issues that you feel need to be passed onto her. I wonder how many in this town would like to see the police office open again?

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