“If you know someone who has helped you or you are a friend, colleague or family member of someone you feel has made a difference in your community please tell us, we want to know about her.”
Deportation is “likely” for the Bangladeshi national on release from custody.
Suicide bereavement charity’s CEO in running to be named most inspirational and influential woman in Devon and Cornwall.
A vehicle has been set on fire in an accidental ignition.
“The whole world has gone gin mad and I was concerned the prices being charged were far too much.”
Royal Navy bomb disposal experts were sent to the scene.
The pair are described as “the closest thing to Simon and Garfunkel touring the world today”
A new service supporting the needs of Sidmouth’s elderly population is preparing to open its new premise in the town.
“There will be no judgement by anyone of your gender, age, ability, performance, dress sense, number of wobbly bits, coordination, etc.”
Temperatures will drop below freezing this weekend, according to the Met Office.
Following the historic defeat on the Brexit deal and a no confidence vote looming over us, we want to know what you would say if there was a second referendum on the EU.
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.
The historic gardens would like members to sponsor and plant trees in a new japanese collection.
Council tax charged by the district council is set to rise in 2019/20.
Sir Hugo explains why Northern Ireland is the all-important factor on whether supports the PM’s Brexit deal.
The Exmouth Players are to perform the stage version of the much-loved TV comedy
Staff at a Budleigh Salterton-based care provider are celebrating after achieving a ‘perfect score’ in its latest inspection.
Tracey is hopeful the dog and its owner can be tracked down soon.
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’.
Police in Devon are set to introduce spit and bite guards (SBG) to limit the number of assaults on officers, staff and other emergency service workers such as paramedics and nurses.
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.
An award winning East Devon pub and restaurant has gone on the market.
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.
Devon County Council (DCC) has pledged to boost its children’s services budget if its target budget is agreed next month.
A rescue deal has been agreed for troubled airline Flybe by a consortium including Virgin Atlantic.
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.
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