A mystery metal object found on Exmouth beach was not an explosive, police have confirmed.
Exmouth National Coastwatch Institute watchkeepers were involved in three incidents over the spring bank holiday
The future of Exmouth seafront will remain in limbo for several more months following delays over decision-making as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Devon County Council has said it is working in close cooperation with headteachers to put in place all the Government guidelines on safety in schools and has answered key questions about their reopening.
Plans have been drawn up to ensure staff and customers of a popular Exmouth pub are safe before it reopens.
Devon comedian, musicians, artists and sports people will be raising money for the Devon Air Ambulance and Fareshare Soutwest by hosting an online comedy show.
Following the closure of two major Exmouth seafront hotels, the town’s mayor has called for new buyers to be found as soon as possible.
Former Axminster mayor Douglas Hull, one of East Devon’s longest serving local councillors, died over the Bank Holiday weekend.
A man who was rescued from the sea near Budleigh Salterton was ‘not in a proper state’ to swim.
An Exmouth-based suicide bereavement charity has become one of the first causes to benefit from part of a £2m pot dedicated to those responding to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Devon’s schoolchildren will still be able to take part in the popular annual school games despite the coronavirus pandemic.
The company operating two of Exmouth’s most prominent seafront hotels has gone into administration.
Exmouth Coronavirus Community Lifeline offers support to those who need assistance
As working restrictions are slowly lifted, many questions arise about how it is practicable to work safely in other people’s homes during the coronavirus pandemic.
Exmouth’s Plumb Park sales office reopened on Friday (MaY 22)
One of the greatest pleasures that can still be enjoyed, whilst living under the current lockdown constraints, is the simple act of getting lost in a wholly engaging book.
Exmouth mayor Steve Gazzard has donated £1,574 to Open Door Centre
What will you be doing to celebrate England’s greatest county when Devon Day returns on Thursday, June 4?
The dates have been set for two rescheduled celebrations marking the anniversary of VE Day.
Since lockdown restrictions have been lifted there has been a rise in the number of serious and fatal crashes in Devon and Cornwall.
A body has been found in the search for a missing Budleigh Salterton man.
An Exmouth woman who has been recording daily bedtime story videos for her nephew has been inundated with different book requests.
The Government has announced an unprecedented package of support to protect jobs and support business across the UK during the coronavirus outbreak.
Whether you’re a school leaver or a parent, you may have questions around what happens with college enrolments in September, especially now this summer’s GCSE and A-level exams have been cancelled.
A car fire in Lympstone on Thursday (May 21) afternoon prompted a crew from Exmouth to be called out.
Exmouth Rotarians are doing their bit to boost the fight against coronavirus.
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A change to the organ donation law which came into effect on Wednesday (May 20) has been hailed as a ‘great tribute’ to an Exmouth mum who died while waiting for a transplant.
People working for a wide range of private companies have been standing side-by-side with public sector staff on the front line during the coronavirus outbreak.
Wearing heavy army boots and his full marine cadet uniform, an East Devon youngster has completed 100 laps of a cricket field to raise funds for NHS frontline workers.
As the weeks of the coronavirus outbreak continue, so the residents of Exmouth recognise the efforts of NHS workers with their artwork.
Missing man Colin Parker from Exmouth has been found safe and well
A new leader of East Devon District Council will be elected at an extraordinary full council meeting to be held on Thursday, May 28.
Isolated residents in Lympstone have benefitted from the newly earned cooking skills gained by a young Exmouth sea cadet.
TOwn crier Roger Bourgein gives his latest thoughts on the coronavirus crisis