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An Exmouth community group, which helps the unemployed find work, has been targeted by thieves.

Images showing a semi-naked woman straddling a dinosaur model in an act of ‘gross indecency’ in Exmouth has sparked anger and disgust, prompting police to investigate

A Lions golf day held in Budleigh Salterton has raised more than £3,000 for an appeal to provide children with better swimming facilities.

Volunteers are being sought to help with this year’s Poppy Appeal.

A four-year-old girl in Budleigh Salterton was left in tears after finding the bike she loved had been broken beyond repair.

District chiefs are facing criticism for ‘ignoring’ a town poll calling for more consultation on proposed seafront redevelopment.

Residents are being asked for their help to draw up a new pattern of council wards for East Devon District Council.

Gallery: Mussel Festival

Mon, 11:18

The second Exmouth Spirit of the Exe and Mussel Festival was held on Saturday on the sea front

Seafront campaigners have questioned the need to demolish a popular attraction after it was revealed that the site could be open for temporary use next summer.

A third of ‘Jurassic Ambassadors’ who volunteer their time to promote the historic coastline are from East Devon.

EDUCATION

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Healthy eating has paid off for Littleham Primary School as it has been recognised for its hard work.

A tanning company whose shop in Exmouth was ravaged by a fire earlier this year is expecting to reopen at a new site next year.

A Lympstone couple are hoping to bring some smiles to the faces of teenage villagers in the depths of Africa.

Speed check volunteers between Knowle and Budleigh Salterton have defended their policy of putting out signs warning motorists of their presence.

ANNIVERSARY

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Anita Anderson never expected to see John again after their first date; little did she know they would celebrate their diamond wedding anniversary 62 years later.

A man in his 50s working on a roof in Exmouth was rescued by the fire service after he fell ill and collapsed

Laughter rang round St Peter’s Church in Budleigh Salterton at the funeral of Devon County Cricket Club chairman Geoff Evans.

A club set up to help the unemployed in Exmouth is celebrating its fifth anniversary.

Dog owners, water users and walkers enjoying the Exmouth Nature Reserve are being urged by the Exe Estuary Managment Partnership to follow a few simple rules to avoid disturbing protected birds this autumn.

An abseil challenge, which raised funds for new active play equipment at St Peter’s Primary School, has been hailed a ‘great’ success.

Sidmouth women join others across region in national protest

A trio of incidents took place in Budleigh Salterton, Sidmouth and Colaton Raleigh, between 12.30am and 7am.

East Devon MP Hugo Swire has pledged his support for a proposal which would see Exmouth and Sidmouth retain their inpatient beds.

A consultation of the future care in East Devon could leave Exmouth hospital without any beds.

The Chappell family, from Exmouth, have raised over £15,000 to help patients on the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital in memory of mum Jacquie.

A 79-year-old Woodbury woman who was crushed by her own car whn it ran away as she washed it has died in hospital, police said.

East Devon’s MP has added his voice to calls for one of the South West’s main arterial roads to be upgraded as a dual carriageway rather than a ‘second-rate compromise’.

New equipment to clean Exmouth beach

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

A new ‘beach clean box’ is giving residents the chance to help clean up Exmouth seafront.

The Post Office has released details of a proposal to move Exmouth’s Magnolia Centre branch into WH Smith, a stone’s throw away.

An enthusiastic Exmouth gymnast has gone the extra mile for her mum, who suffered from cancer, by cutting her hair in aid of charity.

Gallery: RNLI Ball 2016

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Exmouth lifeboat crew and partners enjoy masked ball.

It’s a double celebration for one Budleigh Salterton trader after finding out she has been nominated for a regional award – one year after opening her business.

New housing and deciding the future of the seafront are among the priorities for Exmouth, a survey for the town’s proposed neighbourhood plan has suggested.

Gallery: Roald Dahl’s 100th

Monday, September 19, 2016

Children dress up for the centenary of Roald Dahl

Police are appealing for help tracing a man in connection with a hit and run in Exmouth on Sunday morning.

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