Remotely piloted aircraft could be used in search and rescue operations in Lyme Bay, if current trials prove successful.
East Devon District Council will be re-opening a further 12 play areas from Monday (July 27) following the relaxation of restrictions around the coronavirus lockdown.
The first Devon hospitality businesses to be awarded an AA Covid Confident accreditation ahead of lockdown restrictions beginning to ease tomorrow (Saturday, July 4) have been announced.
Mixing drinking alcohol with going to sea could prove a fatal cocktail, coastguards are warning - as thousands are expected to head for Devon’s beaches this weekend.
East Devon District Council’s beach huts and chalets will re-open from Saturday (July 4), in line with the government’s relaxation of lockdown rules.
News that pubs, restaurants and hairdressers across East Devon will be able to reopen on Saturday (July 4) has been welcomed in East Devon by Neil Parish MP.
Police investigating two instances of indecent exposure in the Exmouth area have released a picture of a man they want to talk to.
Police have renewed their appeal for help to find a 16-year-old Vietnamese youth who has been missing from Budleigh Salterton for almost nine weeks.
Devon and Cornwall Police issued 989 fixed penalty notices in relation to breaches of COVID-19 legislation in the past two months.
Former Axminster mayor Douglas Hull, one of East Devon’s longest serving local councillors, died over the Bank Holiday weekend.
A dozen East Devon Coronavirus-related projects have received vital cash aid.
Lifeboat officials at Lyme Regis have confirmed that the RNLI is seeking further clarity following the lockdown update given by the Prime Minister this week.
Devon Air Ambulance is resuming operations today (Wednesday May 6).
Lifeboats from Lyme and Exmouth and a Royal Navy ship were involved in the hunt for a missing diver five miles off Lyme Regis yesterday afternoon (Saturday, April 26)
Devon county councillor Martin Shaw is recommending families should check out a free information book explaining coronavirus to children.
Devon and Cornwall Police has asked that people do not make journeys to its force area this weekend, nor next weekend which is the Easter Bank Holiday, unless essential.
A selection of much-loved National Theatre live productions is to be made available to watch on YouTube for free over the next two months.
A Devon charity is urgently appealing for funding after losing a predicted £1 million in the next three months due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
HM Coastguard is urging people to think carefully before visiting coastal areas in East Devon and West Dorset
Devon and Cornwall police are planning targeted patrols to ensure the Prime Minister’s tough new Coronavirus measures are adhered to.
The Axe Vale Show - one of East Devon’s biggest summer events - has been cancelled because of Coronavirus.
Conservative members of East Devon District Council (EDDC) are calling for all meetings of the authority to be suspended during the Coronavirus crisis.
Average council tax payers in East Devon are being asked to pay an extra £5 a year by the district council.
A teacher at Colyton Grammar School has been cautioned by the police regarding a matter of professional misconduct.
Coastguards carrying out rescue missions in Lyme Bay can now call on two new state-of-the-art aircraft to help in any search.
A programme of ‘exciting and interesting talks’ is being planned by The East Devon Luncheon Club for the year ahead.
An East Devon woman whose teenage son was killed in a car crash has spoken about her decision to meet the driver found guilty of causing the collision.
A man had to be freed from his car after a two vehicle collision outside The White Horse Inn, on the A3052 near Woodbury Salterton, last night (Thursday, October 3).
Firefighters in Devon and Somerset have handed in a petition with more 30,000 signatures opposing any cuts to the service.
A 22-year-old man, arrested following reports of a serious sexual assault in Exmouth yesterday (Saturday, September 21), has been released pending further investigations.