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‘Robust gateway process must be satisfied before proposals are implemented’

Fire crews were called to attend a motorcycle fire in Exmouth.

A former Budleigh Salterton trade leader has warned that planned parking space reductions could lead to more business owners becoming ‘disenfranchised’.

‘Top boss’ Prime Minister Theresa May has been lobbied by a nine-year-old schoolgirl to stop Exmouth seafront ‘becoming derelict’ while regeneration work takes place.

Adults in Exmouth can learn a new skill for free in 2017, as part of a government research project looking at ways to improve mental health and wellbeing.

Community and voluntary groups which feel in need of more support or want to learn how to work more effectively are being urged to register with a local charity.

An application to build five houses on agricultural land in East Budleigh looks set to get the go-ahead.

Gallery: Frosty mornings - your pictures

Friday, December 2, 2016

Photographers have been capturing the first frost of the season.

Visitors looking to do Christmas shopping can benefit from cheaper parking in East Devon, thanks to a returning offer from the district council.

A serial burglar from Lympstone has been given a chance to overcome his drug habit and warned he faces a five year jail term if he fails.

A Royal Navy officer made a return to her old stomping ground to present Exmouth’s Sea Cadets with their latest award, writes Daniel Green.

The closure of a mineral processing plant in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) could mean 140 fewer HGVs a day travelling across Woodbury Common.

Lympstone residents have accused Devon County Council (DCC) of ignoring the village during the Dinan Way extension consultation process.

‘Any positive ideas are seriously compromised by austerity agenda’ - Sidmouth nurse and steward for the trade union

Exmouth planners have backed the refurbishment of an iconic town centre building – with opposition to the scheme described as ‘hogwash’.

It wasn’t so much Black Friday as Purple Friday when volunteers turned out to plant crocuses in Exmouth for a charity project.

East Devon MP Sir Hugo Swire has expressed his delighted after it was announced the new health and wellbeing hub in Budleigh will open in the spring.

Budding writers have the chance to enter a short story competition

Plans to transform Budleigh Salterton Hospital into a modern health and wellbeing hub for the local community have been given the go-ahead.

Pupils from Exmouth Community College got an exciting look at the world of business when they visited an international trade show.

Bake off whisks up funds for sight loss

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Funds raised by a marathon bake off for a sight loss charity is the icing on the cake for Exmouth eye specialists.

Primary school pupils have been given an insight into local democracy with a visit to East Devon District Council’s offices.

Gas cylinder fire in Exmouth

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Fire fighters were called out this afternoon after reports of a gas cylinder on fire in Exmouth.

Children at St Joseph’s Primary School explored the virtue of friendship as they took part in anti-bullying workshops.

Stagecoach South West has announced that, from Saturday (December 3), a new timetable will come into effect on the South West Falcon, connecting Devon and Somerset with Bristol Airport and Bristol City Centre.

Exmouth in Bloom volunteers have been given a boost in their efforts to keep the town looking shipshape, with the unveiling of a new boat for floral displays.

New public consultation events have been announced in the Exmouth area on NHS proposals to cut hospital beds in East Devon.

Race through Sid and Otter Valleys aims to leave lasting legacy and spread word that Women Can

Gritters will be out in force this evening (Monday) in preparation for a plummet in temperatures across Devon.

A pair of late night drinkers have been ordered to pay £1,500 compensation for attacking a Polish man in Exmouth.

Gallery: Snow in Exmouth - Pictures

Monday, November 28, 2016

Anthony Robinson recalls the snowfall of 2010.

An Exmouth business is celebrating after having its efforts recognised at the Devon Tourism Awards.

Gallery: Spectacular Exmouth pictures

Monday, November 28, 2016

Digital Exmouth Facebook photo group hold their first meet-up in Exmouth.

Gallery: Trinity Church group crafts event

Monday, November 28, 2016

Parents joined their children at a craft event at Holy Trinity Church for a crafts event

Gallery: Lego at the library

Monday, November 28, 2016

Exmouth library’s lego club meet on Saturday mornings to help the children use their imagination

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