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A woman who has given 45 years of her life to Budleigh Salterton’s last bank has thanked the customers she has served over the years.
A police poll will ask residents whether they are willing to pay an extra 40 pence a week in council tax to have up to 85 more officers in their communities.
Council tax charged by the district council is set to rise in 2019/20.
Staff at a Budleigh Salterton-based care provider are celebrating after achieving a ‘perfect score’ in its latest inspection.
The amount of money the town council charges tax payers will be going up, it has been announced.
Tributes have been paid to the former chairman of Exmouth Town Football Club who was a ‘true Exmothian’.
Residents in Exmouth could be going to the polls in March this year to decide whether a blueprint document should be used to decide the way Exmouth looks in the future.
A Devon-based arts-for-health organisation is teaming up with groups at Budleigh Salterton’s community hub to create a mural of the River Otter.
Amended plans to build 120 homes in Exmouth have been backed by the town council.
There is ‘no intention’ to take three years over the final phase of the Exmouth seafront regeneration scheme.
Works being carried out on sports pitches in Exmouth will not stop football matches being played, the district council claims.
Suicide-bereaved families have been able to spend time grooming donkey’s thanks to an Exmouth charity.
An Exmouth author’s love affair with East Devon has prompted her to write a book inspired by the area.
Come on, Tim! Major sporting events such as Wimbledon could be shown on a big screen in Exmouth if district council bosses have their way.
A series of coffee mornings has been launched in a bid to help stop the town’s museum from being evicted.
The death of a woman whose body was found in an Exmouth flat last year remains a mystery.
Budleigh Salterton’s graffiti-laden skate park is set for a makeover as part of a £1 million district-wide play park improvement scheme.
Two new sets of intricately engraved glass doors greeted church-goers at St Michael’s Church Otterton over the festive season, marking the culmination of years of work.
A kitchen fire in Exmouth on Saturday (January 5) was caused accidentally, the fire service has said.
Care workers in Exmouth will soon be allowed to park for free on single or double yellow lines thanks to a campaign which started in the town council.
A rogue window cleaner is facing a jail sentence after he targeted vulnerable pensioners and disabled people and demanded money for work he had never done.
An approved plan to demolish an Exmouth restaurant and build eight new homes could stop houses being built on East Devon green space.
The leftovers are running out, you have sent your thank you cards and now it is time to deal with the tree...
A voluntary life-saving charity in Exmouth is set to have a second ‘fully functioning’ lifeboat station after a cash boost from central government.
A proposed multi-million pound tidal defence improvement scheme in Exmouth could move a step closer next week.
Nearly three quarters of patients are satisfied with the length of time they wait for GP appointments across northern, eastern and western (NEW) Devon, claims the NHS.
Exmouth weight-loss gurus who got the chance to meet a former reality television star have said it was the perfect way to round off 2018.
A stray firework is believed to have caused a fire in a greenhouse in Woodbury Salterton yesterday (January 1).
Exmouth RNLI has issued a plea to dog owners to keep their pets on leads near ‘fast-moving’ water and on cliffs following two rescue call-outs over the Christmas period.
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