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After 139 days, Exmouth Tourist Information office re-opened its doors on Monday (August 3).

Author Emma Richardson writes in her latest column about how the coronavirus lockdown affected her own creative productivity

Exmouth’s M&Co branch will not be one of 47 outlets closing as the company undergoes a financial restructuring.

A pair of Budleigh Salterton teenagers have completed a 24-hour marathon to raise money for their visually impaired friend.

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Police have confirmed that a woman in her 50s has been taken to hospital with serious injuries following a collision in the A376 near Lympstone

A plea has been made for Exmouth beachgoers to avoid using rubber rings or inflatables in the sea.

A fundraising stall outside the home of an Exmouth in Bloom volunteer raised vital funds for the community group.

Concerns have been raised over the long-term use of an Exmouth seafront site currently being used as a temporary overflow car park.

Home should be a place where you can relax, not worry about plumbing problems or when your boiler will pack up. Aaron Patch, Operations Manager at Fords South West, explains the value of home cover and how it can help you feel in control of your home.

The colony of wild beavers living on the River Otter will be allowed to stay permanently.

Council tenants needing repairs to their homes across East Devon will not have to wait much longer.

Pants and socks were among the items discovered as Budleigh Lions pitched in with a litter pick.

‘Love at first flight’ for Exmouth-based electrician Gareth Jones who shares his unusual hobby with the Journal.

Devon is bracing itself for hot weather ahead of the weekend with temperatures expected to reach as high at 26 degrees.

Staff at an Exmouth retail outlet have raised vital funds for the NHS.

Businesses and individuals in Exmouth recognised for adapting or providing new services have got their hands on their awards.

Budleigh Salterton’s Tourist Information Centre (TIC) has reopened its doors thanks to a new group of volunteers.

Exmouth detectives are re-appealing for information as part of their investigation into two instances of indecent exposure in the Exmouth area.

The 60 artists, creatives and organisations have been selected to complete the final stage of a project to rejuvenate a section of Exmouth seafront.

A Tuesday Tables initiative is being launched in Exmouth to help people get rid of unwanted items and to prevent waste.

An annual fireworks display which illuminates the sky above Exmouth has been cancelled due to the coronavirus.

The decision by East Devon councillors to recommend pulling out of the Greater Exeter Strategic Plan (GESP) has thrown the blueprint for future development into doubt.

A dog which fell from cliffs at Budleigh Salterton on Saturday (August 1) has died, Exmouth RNLI has confirmed.

An arson attack on a car in Exmouth on Saturday (August 1) is not being linked to a series of deliberate fires in the area, police say.

Choosing care for an elderly relative or loved one can be daunting, and it’s not always an easy subject to talk about.

Pubs, cafes, restaurants and bars can now apply to place furniture in pedestrian areas as part of East Devon District Council (EDDC)’s plans to combat the effect of Covid-19.

Staff of an Exmouth GP practice were joined by their families, friends and even dogs to help clear litter from the town’s beach.

Events can soon return as East Devon District Council (EDDC) has announced it will allow booking of its owned land.

There is still time for East Devon cyclists to take part in FORCE Cancer Charity’s flagship fundraiser which has gone virtual for 2020.

The MPs for Tiverton and Honiton and East Devon have given their support to a proposal which would see the creation of a ‘Devon Metro’ train service.

Restaurants in Exmouth and Budleigh are signing up for the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

A plea has been made to help a group of Budleigh Salterton volunteers retain the town’s former fire station as a community asset.

Exmouth is one of 33 towns, cities and villages in the South West to be upgraded to full fibre broadband, Openreach has announced.

The operators of an Exmouth seafront bowling alley have vowed they ‘will be ready’ when they are allowed to reopen.

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