21 Nov, 2012 09:53
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A Littleham teenager, whose hopes of becoming Miss England were dashed by a health scare, has been given automatic entry into next year’s contest.
Work on a section of Exmouth beach where a sink hole has appeared several times in the last two months is set to begin on Friday, August 28.
Exmouth crime writer Graham Hurley says that a narrow street without pavements has turned into a rat-run and should have a 20mph speed limit.
After Great Britain’s record medal haul at the recent FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia, where 14 medals (seven of them gold) were won by the GB squad across swimming and diving, this is your chance to take the plunge.
A Lympstone couple, who will be celebrating their diamond wedding anniversary, have won a gardening award.
Exmouth beach welcomes back the Surf Life Saving GB Ocean Championships this week.
New markings could be installed to warn people not to cycle on pavements in Budleigh Salterton.
Photos by Eleanor Pipe, Stephen Sumner and Becca Gliddon
‘Non-dwelling’ burglaries of buildings like out-houses and garden sheds in the Exmouth area have increased by eight per cent in a year.