Slimmers from Exmouth have been dispensing with their old clothes to raise £7,500 for a cancer charity.
A mini ended up on its roof in a hedge near the Woodbury Common road this afternoon (Friday, May 24)
A teenager who threatened a driver with a knife after a street confrontation said he carried the weapon because of school bullying.
An Exmouth drug dealer, caught with £10,000 worth of drugs, has avoided jail time.
The search for suitable and affordable accommodation is the last challenge in the project to re-home a family from a war-torn country in the Budleigh Salterton area.
The election of an independent councillor as its leader has marked the start of a new era for the district council.
The annual district council meeting being held at Blackdown House in Honiton will decide the political make up of key committees and panels for the next 12 months
The Exmouth Journal has a pair of tickets for its readers to win in our easy-to-enter competition
Large crowds are expected to descend on Budleigh Salterton over the course of eight days for an annual marathon of charitable events.
Registered voters are set to go to the polls on Thursday (May 23) to decide who sit in the European Parliament - but why vote?
A service of commemoration is being held in Exmouth to remember the 75th anniversary of D-day and a key battle from World War Two.
Robot lawnmowers are being trialled in two East Devon towns as a way to trim the district council's recruitment and operational costs.
The new name given to Exmouth's new watersports centre has been revealed and comes from a term used in kite surfing.
An iconic traditional tea room in Budleigh Salterton has gone on the market for the second time in 12 months.
Stagecoach has announced a new 'night bus' will be launched later this month which will run very half hour between midnight and 4am
One Exmouth household won £1,000 thanks to the People's Postcode Lottery
A new location but there was the same celebration of entrepreneurial innovation and business success at the Exmouth Business Awards.
A group of determined swimmers covered nearly 300 miles to raise funds for a charity supporting young people's mental health.
The plight of a child diagnosed with a birth defect has inspired residents at an Exmouth care home to raise a four-figure some for her.
Exmouth Town councillors have 'strongly opposed' a street trading application by Oliver Bainbridge for a licensed box trailer bar in the beach gardens
A plea has been made to people in Exmouth to join Friends of Exmouth in Bloom
Welly wanging was among the activities raising funds for Exmouth's lifesaving charity.
An Exmouth auction house was packed out for the visit of national television cameras.
Organisers of the annual procession told The Journal they are hopeful the carnival will return this autumn
Check out our photos of this year's Devon County Show held at Westpoint
This year's dinosaur trail is set to be officially launched at Exmouth Festival on Saturday, May 25
In his latest column, East Devon MP Sir Hugo Swire digs through a new partisanship in politics
The person hit by a train in Exmouth on Wednesday (May 15) was a 46-year-old man, British Transport Police has confirmed
Exmouth Town Council's planning committee has opposed the application for an overflow car park in Queen's Drive
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