Tributes have been paid to Ian Stuart, of Stuart Line Cruises. Here Lauren Clark, partner of Ian’s son Jake, writes on behalf of the Stuart family
In is first column, Reverend Steve Jones discusses the warm welcome he has received in Exmouth
In his latest column, Anthony Bernard, of the Exmouth Community Larder, discusses the spirit of togetherness
The summer beach ban for dogs across East Devon has come to an end, meaning well-behaved pooches and their owners can enjoy exercising freely along our shorelines again.
A spray painter who was arrested in an Exmouth skate park was found with £4,000 worth of drugs and £850 cash.
Volunteers in Budleigh Salterton hoping to raise enough funds to buy the town’s former fire station and turn it into a community workshop have hit their fundraising target.
The future of Exmouth seafront is one step closer to being decided.
An Exmouth man has admitted taking and distributing indecent images of a teenager but denied sexually assaulting a child.
Major changes to the future of Exmouth seafront could be on the cards – with the existing proposals thrown into doubt.
Otterton residents may have to wait for 10 months before they can vote on a plan that aims to enhance and preserve the village.
A restaurant run by celebrity chef Michael Caines as part of Exmouth’s new watersports centre will feature a terrace with a retractable glass canopy.
Changes that will have a ‘positive’ benefit and cost savings to the new £12m Exmouth tidal defence scheme have been approved.
Plans to temporarily pedestrianise part of Topsham have been dropped following a lack of support from the public.
The Exmouth Indoor Market has reopened after closing following the coronavirus outbreak.
An Exmouth man has been cleared of assaulting police and damaging a cell at the Exeter custody centre.
In the early hours of Saturday morning intrepid Exmouth residents went along to the seafront to watch the sun rise on the longest day of the year.
Exmouth’s new watersports centre is still set to open by the end of the summer – providing there is no Covid-19 ‘second spike’.
An off-duty barman left a grandfather with a broken hip after pushing him over as they both walked back from a pub.
A drug-crazed attacker left a female passenger frozen with fear when he simulated sex with her from behind on a crowded commuter train.
A masked intruder who threatened Exeter Chiefs boss Tony Rowe and his family with a Samurai sword had taken cocaine and drunk two bottles of champagne at an all-night New Year’s Eve party, a court heard.
Work on Exmouth’s new seafront watersports centre has been temporarily paused as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Watersports Centre bosses have thrown their support behind delayed plans for an 80-room hotel and a two-storey restaurant for the seafront.
Exmouth’s musical theatre group, Centre Stage, is appealing to the local community to help its young members’ voices be heard in 2020.
The regeneration of Exmouth seafront is set to be delayed after the district council’s scrutiny committee objected to the composition of a panel tasked with deciding the site’s future.
Talented Exmouth author, Graham Hurley, releases his latest thriller from the critically-acclaimed Enora Andressen series on Wednesday, March 11.
A newly released sex offender has been sent back to jail after he flashed at two men in a public convenience in Exmouth.
The story of how the Military Wives choir came about will be shown on the silver screen from Friday, March 6.
A judge has asked the prosecution to review the case of a hairdresser who is accused of arming herself with a knife as she went to help her partner restrain a suspected drug dealer outside her shop.
A bungling debt collector has been jailed for subjecting two tourists to a terrifying axe attack after targeting the wrong address.
Two Exmouth women will be running the London Marathon for Action on Pre-eclampsia.