A judge has questioned why it has taken more than two years to prosecute a charity volunteer who was found with child abuse images on his computer.
A traffic order banning campervans and motorhomes from parking overnight on part of Exmouth seafront has been approved.
Exmouth’s recycling centre has been evacuated after a chemical was dumped on the site this afternoon.
An Exmouth Slimming World consultant who completed the London Marathon said it was a case of ‘mind over legs’.
Police are saying that there is heavy traffic after a two-vehicle incident blocked the B3178 near East Budleigh this morning (Wednesday, April 25).
Firefighters from three towns attended the incident at Douglas Avenue
Time is running out to vote for a cause you would like to see benefit from funding raised at Exmouth Kite Festival.
Project leaders behind an ambitious multi-million-pound realignment of the River Otter have expressed their disappointment at a failed funding bid.
Crazy golf has returned to Exmouth seafront.
Acknowledging ‘amazing’ local business achievements underpins the annual Exmouth Business Awards according to one of this year’s sponsors.
The Exmouth Business Awards offers welcome local recognition for companies carrying out their work overseas.
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An Exmouth fish shop has made the shortlist for a prestigious national award – but whether it wins could depend on your vote.
Staff at the Exmouth branch of Specsavers wore hats and raised more than £200 for the Brain Tumour Research charity.
A short film has been released to celebrate the end of eight months restoring the 2,500-year-old Woodbury Castle Iron Age hill fort.
Llamas Ollie, 13, and 15-year-old Golly paid a visit to residents at an Exmouth care home for some animal therapy.
The dad of an Exmouth teen whose moped was trashed and dumped in a stream has been ‘amazed’ by the kindness of strangers who have helped to buy him a new bike.
Have a look at all the pictures our readers have been sharing with us of Exmouth in the sunshine.
People in Budleigh surprised by loud noises which sounded like fireworks late last night were actually hearing the sound of MoD gunfire.
A bid to save a pair of iconic Exmouth seafront sites for future generations has been dealt a blow by town councillors.
Model dinosaurs being stolen, women vomiting over the sea wall and ‘boy racers’ crashing their cars – who would live in a town like this?
Festival fever is in the pipeline for Exmouth as businesses back two free live music events.
An increase in the number of men dying from prostate cancer has prompted an Exmouth woman to step up her annual awareness campaign.
An improved bus service connecting Exmouth with job opportunities in Exeter and East Devon has been included as part of an £8million project fund.
A triathlon charity challenge for adults and children will help fund deaf education in Exmouth.
An Exmouth woman’s wheelie bins were smashed to pieces after a mystery motorist crashed into them before driving off.
Accounting on Us won the award for Best Small Business of the Year in 2017 but it is an organisation with big ideas.
Being involved in the Exmouth Business Awards can be rewarding for category sponsors hoping to support local industries they care about.
Traffic could be slower than usual near Exmouth this afternoon following police reports of a crash involving three vehicles.
Archant’s popular ‘Where in Devon’ quiz has returned!
A ‘vacant’ area of land behind Exmouth Rowing Club could be converted into a temporary car park.
The contest took place at St Joseph’s Primary School as part of a week of events to raise funds for Sport Relief.
A Royal Marine NCO has been jailed for looting thousands of pounds worth of kit from Lympstone, selling it on eBay.
Devon for Europe campaigners told Exmouth shoppers Brexit was not a done deal when volunteers set up a stall in the Magnolia Centre on Saturday.
Employers and recruitment experts will be giving free advice and help when Exmouth’s Glenorchy work club holds its jobs fair on Thursday, April 26.
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