Winter shoppers will be able to benefit from cheaper car parking in East Devon, thanks to a returning offer from the district council.
A fish restaurant franchise which will open in Exmouth in December has been nominated for a seafood award.
A Sidmouth man who makes health products using seaweed he collects from the Devon coastline has been recognised twice with a prestigious award and a £1,000 grant.
Honiton Rugby Club says it has been dealt a financial blow after East Devon District Council hiked up the price for the use of Allhallows playing fields.
Residents are being invited to have their say about plans to cut hospital beds in East Devon – possibly in Exmouth – at public events.
East Devon healthy eating charity HALFF is urging local people to help it gain extra funding through Localgiving’s Grow Your Tenner campaign.
Fears have been voiced for Sidmouth’s free public toilets as district bosses review their £800,000 cost in a bid to balance the books.
The Mount Charles-owned Fed & Watered Café-Bar in Exeter Airport has won an industry award, presented by former Pop Idol winner Gareth Gates.
Do you have spooky happenings at home? With Halloween on the horizon, take the spook-tacular quiz to find out if those unexplained bumps in the night are your imagination, or signs of a haunted home. http://howhauntedisyourhouse.com/quiz.php
Tenants will be kept updated every step of the way in a preliminary project to regenerate Port Royal, a new group has decided.
Council has to seek extra funding after the estimated cost rises to £800,000
A vital lifeline for young people with emotional problems needs your vote – to secure funding for another year.
A Budleigh Salterton woman has taken on a 150-ft abseil to raise funds for the charity which has helped her family.
Ethan, 16, a former student at The King’s School, Ottery St Mary, is named South West champion
More than 400 people donned their tweed to support Hospiscare’s Jolly Good Jaunt last Sunday (October 23).
Questions raised over case for cutting community hospital beds
The clock is ticking for residents who want to have their say on a new pattern of council wards for East Devon District Council.
Half term forest school activities were taking place this week with lots of children
Children enjoyed a pop-up puppet show at Exmouth library performed by The Wild Toy Theatre.
The Rotary Club of Exeter Enterprise is holding a polio lunch in Topsham on Sunday, November 20, starting at 12.30pm for 1pm.
Sidmouth’s overwhelming opposition to proposals for relaxed street trading laws could see the town excluded from East Devon-wide changes.
A major cycle route through Exmouth is to be closed for more than four months due to work being carried out by South West Water.
Runners completed a gruelling 16-mile race, with over 1km of vertical ascent, between Sidmouth and Beer.
Armed forces charity SSAFA has launched a campaign ‘Got Your Back’ to help vulnerable veterans
Honiton’s streets were alive with the sights and sounds of the carnival last Saturday (October 22).
Honiton Carnival took place on Saturday, October 22.
A pair of classic motorbikes will be on the starting line of an auction being held in Sidmouth next month.
Police have told Genette Tate’s father his daughter’s unsolved case is closed after 38 years of investigation
Chunk of Devon lands haul at Food and Drink Devon Awards
Devon is to host a temporary Home Office respite facility for vulnerable young refugees arriving from Calais.
Neighbourhood plan will shape future development in community
Lives are at risk because motorists ignoring the Highway Code are delaying the emergency services from leaving Exmouth’s fire and ambulance station.
As part of The Big Draw, the world’s biggest drawing festival, local illustrator Keith Robinson is running an event for children at Axminster Library, in South Street, on Saturday, October 29.
‘It’s not the monetary value, is that fact I can never get them back’
Former Sidmouth College student, who presents on Bear Grylls show, raises money for Macmillan Cancer Support
max temp: 14°C
min temp: 11°C