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Exmouth’s sea cadets are looking to expand the group, following the grand opening of their new £670,000 home.

A new charity dedicated to helping suicide bereaved families is now supporting almost 100 people across the county, writes Becca Gliddon.

An Exmouth grandfather, who died last month, has been remembered as a quality house builder, a top class sailor and ‘a very popular man’.

A piece of Exmouth town centre will be turning purple to help the fight to eradicate one of the world’s deadliest diseases.

Police say they are treating the semi-naked woman shown in a photograph with an Exmouth dinosaur trail model as a victim, because the image was ‘unlawfully accessed’ and shared without permission.

Television cameras have caught the moment an Exmouth man returned to the armed forces life 10 years after he was discharged.

Exmouth Police Station is to stay in its current location for the foreseeable feature, after plans for its replacement were delayed.

Detectives at Exmouth are appealing for information after a home in Budleigh Salterton was burgled and jewellery stolen.

Exmouth in Bloom has achieved silver gilt status in the national Britain in Bloom competition.

There’s just a few days to go to Exmouth Means Business – the one-day networking event, aimed at businesses from Exmouth, East Devon and Exeter.

Now that the ‘September Scramble’ at the start of the new school year is out of the way, here’s something to look forward to for parents and grandparents - Budleigh Big Band Night with AJ’s on Friday, November 4.

The number of people claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA) in Exmouth went down in the month of September, figures have shown.

East Devon’s MP has questioned a government minister on healthcare issues in Exmouth, including the potential loss of hospital beds, the possible sale of mental health facility St John’s Court, and the loss of out-of-hours GPs.

A terrified schoolgirl was forced to run half-a-mile to escape after she was chased by a so-called ‘killer clown’ when she walked home through Phear Park.

Devon’s Job Seeker’s Allowance (JSA) claimants fell by 101 to a new historic low between August and September.

Exmouth Amateur Boxing Club has given care home residents an early Christmas present after donating £100 towards a festive outing.

An Exmouth hostelry, whose owner boasts possibly the biggest collection of spirits in the country, has been awarded a title known as the ‘Oscars of the trade’ for its spirits bar.

Devon Wildlife Trust (DWT) is bidding to bag a cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative to help improve a popular Exmouth nature reserve.

Wild beavers on the River Otter are continuing to thrive – and to bring in tourists.

Got a minute? Put your feet up and have a go at our second Devon quiz.

Police appeal for witnesses after accident claims the lives of woman driver, aged 44, and her 17-year-old passenger

Special awards and long-service medals were presented to firefighters for their dedication to the fire service.

A charity fancy dress party with a Hallowe’en theme is coming up soon.

Mechanic Gary Embley was recruited by his stepson Leon Butt, who used his Topsham- based removals business as a cover for a drug dealing operation.Embley, aged 60, of Omaha Drive, Exeter, denied conspiracy to supply amphetamines between April 2014 and March 2015 but was found guilty by a jury at Exeter Crown Court at a trial in August.

He was jailed for three years and six months.

Community hospital beds under threat in Sidmouth, Exmouth, Seaton, Whipton and Tiverton

The 2016 Devon Festival of Remembrance will be held once again in the magnificent surroundings of Exeter Cathedral on Thursday, November 10, from 7.30pm.

Can you spot all the differences?

Littleham C of E Primary School is celebrating retaining its ‘outstanding’ status after its recent church school inspection.

District councillors say a closure-threatened Exmouth mental health facility must be replaced first.

Finalists in the South West Chef of the Year are gearing up for the grand final next Monday (October 24).

Access for walkers to the Otter Valley could be improved by plans to install a new cross channel power cable, it has been said.

A couple have completed their own ‘escape to the country’ by opening a new delicatessen in Budleigh Salterton.

A new singing group for mums and babies has been launched in Budleigh Salterton.

The Rotary Club of Exmouth Raleigh has set up an evening of musical entertainment at 7.30pm on Saturday, November 12, at Holy Trinity Church, Exmouth.

Communication is the key to a successful marriage, according to a globe-trotting couple celebrating their diamond wedding anniversary today (Thursday).

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