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A Holocaust Memorial Day flag was raised at East Devon District Council (EDDC) HQ as a reminder of the six million Jews murdered during the genocide.

Fire crews were called out to deal with a fire at a carpentry workshop in Topsham.

Exmouth in Bloom is calling on volunteers to come forward as the town gears up for a tilt at double gold glory in 2020.

Budleigh Salterton residents and the local MP helped firefighters in their bid to raise money and awareness for a cancer charity.

An annual Christmas lights switch on in Exmouth raised a record amount for the town's new Deaf Academy.

Proposals for a range of seafront attractions - including a new 60-80 bed hotel - could be set to move a step closer to reality.

An apprentice joiner from Exmouth has been judged one of the best in the region.

Traffic is queueing after a road sweeper broke down on the Exmouth Road, near Lympstone.

A charity is calling on people to volunteer at its Budleigh Salterton shop.

Wintry showers could make conditions on Devon's roads hazardous overnight and into tomorrow morning, Devon County Council is warning.

Those living with dementia and their families and carers are being invited to a new monthly café.

A tribute has been paid to a Budleigh Salterton 'family man' who 'put other people first'.

Fire crews from five East Devon stations were called out to help extinguish a major fire in Exeter on Saturday (January 25).

An accident involving a car and a motorbike has caused delays on the Exmouth Road.

This year's Christmas illuminations in Budleigh Salterton have been given a cash boost.

Have you got a treasure trove of quirky collectables in your garden shed?

Strict new rules around how drones can be used in East Devon have been outlined.

More than 60 per cent of parking tickets dished out in East Devon last year were issued in Exmouth.

East Devon Music Festival is looking for some new committee members to help run the event.

Applications are now open for stallholders to take part in this year's Exmouth Festival.

Cats and dogs are naturally adventurous - and that can get them into trouble. For peace of mind, responsible pet owners would be wise to take out pet insurance to avoid a potentially difficult choice, says Chris Ridge, clinical director at Raddenstiles Vets.

Elderly and vulnerable residents in Budleigh Salterton face having to be re-homed after the closure of a care home was rubber-stamped.

Town ward residents will have the chance to quiz their councillors when monthly surgeries are launched.

Bus timetables across East Devon are set to be reviewed as part of proposed service changes by Stagecoach South West.

Guest columnist Councillor Paul Millar wants to work cross-party, issue by issue, for the good of the Exmouth community.

Plans to change a former solicitors office into a hot food takeaway in Budleigh have been refused.

Bus commuters are being urged to get on board with 'chatting' about mental health and loneliness.

Five Exmouth payphones earmarked to be decommissioned should be retained, town councillors have said.

Exmouth Fire Station will retain 24/7 cover if talks over a new crewing model fall through.

Guest columnist Sarah Allen urges us to acknowledge climate change and do our bit to limit our impact on the planet.

Plans to increase security at a town centre church have been given town council backing.

Exmouth Town Council has announced a reduction in the amount of money it charges council tax payers.

An Exmouth man has been charged in connection with an alleged sexual assault on a train.

Plans to build 20 new homes in the heart of the town centre have been opposed by the town council.

An Exmouth district councillor has left the ruling Independent Group, saying the cabinet's decision to vote against saving Seaton Hospital was 'the final straw'.

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