Figures obtained using a Freedom of Information request show that East Devon District Council has spent more than £200,000 on gagging orders over the past four years.
A traditional tearoom in Budleigh Salterton has been sold off an asking price of £99,950 to new owner Anthony Bird.
An innovative way to donate to people in need has received overwhelming support from the Exmouth community.
The Exmouth family of a great-grandmother who died from an aggressive brain tumour have fundraised a day of medical research in her memory.
Schools are run by the Raleigh Foundation which has been praised by OFSTED
Police are keen to identify the culprit who stole shrubs planted near the train station by Exmouth in Bloom volunteers.
Photographer, Luke Hopkins, shares his superb nature photos of the amazing wildlife to be found in and around Exmouth.
A jealous party guest from Exmouth who lashed out with a glass after seeing another woman talking to her ex boyfriend has been spared jail.
East Devon District Council is hopeful that eight homeless people will be housed in a former bed and breakfast before Christmas.
Bill ‘from Exmouth’ broke down in tears explaining to radio host James O’Brien that regretted his decision to vote to leave the EU.
East Budleigh’s churchyard has won recognition in a Devon-wide competition for creating a haven for wildlife and people.
Bluebird Care Exmouth’s in-home service has been rated Outstanding by the independent regulator, the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Fundraising for charity proved a piece of cake for staff at Exmouth’s Specsavers when they raised awareness of sight loss.
A man from Exmouth has been jailed for throwing a hamster and its cage at his wife during a terrifying attack.
An Exmouth community group set up to encourage people to exercise raised thousands of pounds and awareness for the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MND) with a dinner and dance evening.
Gazelles, playing their fifth game of the Exmouth Netball League season, went down 72-18 against a powerful and vastly more experienced Comets side, writes Hayley Taylor.
Budleigh Salterton Cricket Club AGM held last Thursday, commenced with two minutes silence to remember the clubs former players who had died in the First and Second World Wars.
Exmouth United Under-11s were 10-0 winners when they hosted Honiton Chargers in an Exeter and District Youth League match.
Budleigh Croquet Club recently held an awards presentation to bring the curtain down on a splendid 2018 summer season.
In the ladies county pairs Jean Rainton and Penny Preece had a good win against a Sidmouth pair last week, writes Jean Healey.
Exmouth and Bournemouth have met in five of the past seven seasons with the 10 matches seeing four wins for Exmouth and six for Bournemouth.
The highlight this week for the Budleigh bowlers was a mixed friendly win against Honiton at Cricket Field Lane, writes David Roberts.
Exmouth Town were held to a 0-0 midweek draw under the Southern Road floodlights by visiting Elburton Villa, writes John Dibsdall.
East Budleigh returned with three points and plenty of bruises following their encounter with a physical Axmouth United team they defeated 4-1 last Saturday, writes Mark Auton.
Exmouth are all set to entertain South West Premier Division table-topping Bournemouth on Saturday (November 17).
After a week without action the previous Sunday owing to scheduled opponents Taunton cancelling, Honiton Hawks Under-10s were back in action last weekend with matches against Exeter Athletic.
East Budleigh Reserves lost four goals in the last half hour of their Macron League Division Seven fixture against visiting Bickleigh, cruelly falling to a narrow 4-3 defeat, but could easily have been six up before conceding, writes Mark Auton.
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Steve Knightley promises plenty of new material at their three performances in early December
Singers will perform WW1 songs as part of East Budleigh’s commemoration weekend
Steve learned from some of the ‘blues greats’, but has developed his own style
Kym Byrne is working to raise money for the charity Brainstrust which helped her cope with her condition
Band draw on traditional English folk but their music also takes in European and American tunes
Drama inspired by soldiers executed for cowardice or desertion during the First World War
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