There has been plenty catching the headlines in the Okehampton Times this week — here are the biggest stories to be found in this week’s edition.

• Campaigners working to restore a regular rail service linking Okehampton and Exeter are calling on the Government to ‘set a date’ for the service to start —after a major report failed to do just that.

• A man formery of Broadwoodkelly and Whiddon Down has been accused of a triple murder in Exeter and been remanded in custody by a judge at Exeter Crown Court.

• The housing developer wanting to build homes on the Hatherleigh Market site has revealed its revised plans — and a community group against the development has said it will fight ‘all the way’ to save the site.

•FOOTsteps School of Dance pupils in Okehampton have the right steps as they celebrate passing their ISTD exams.

• There was a record turnout for Snowdrop Sunday at Belstone this year.

• TEN pages of local sport, including reports and photos of Okehampton Hockey Club’s narrow home defeat against Dart and Okehampton Rugby Club’s battling away win at Thornbury.

Pick up your copy of the Okehampton Times in stores today.