An Exmouth woman who only has three day's worth of vital diabetes medication has been left stranded abroad after the collapse of travel agent Thomas Cook.
Firefighters in Devon and Somerset have handed in a petition with more 30,000 signatures opposing any cuts to the service.
A £105,000 loan from the district council could give Exmouth Museum trustees the funds they need to buy their traditional town centre home.
Training to help save people in their 'darkest hour' has been given to coastguard rescuers by an Exmouth-based charity.
A fleet of aircraft will fetch British holidaymakers back from abroad after travel giant Thomas Cook collapsed this morning (Monday, September 23).
Exercise is therapeutic, and so is being outside in the natural environment. Therefore, doing both at once has got to be even better for boosting mental wellbeing.
A fundraising walk for the Exeter and East Devon branch of the Motor Neurone Disease Association will take place on Sunday, October 6.
A 22-year-old man, arrested following reports of a serious sexual assault in Exmouth yesterday (Saturday, September 21), has been released pending further investigations.
An Exmouth grandma continues to prove age is no barrier to athletic achievement by winning three gold medals at the European championships.
There is plenty of live music at The Bicton Inn during the last week of September.
Congratulations to all involved in The Salterton Drama Club's latest production, written and directed by Ken Elvy.
Police closed down an area of Exmouth town centre after reports of a serious sexual assault.
Two people were rescue by Exmouth RNLI after their yatch began to face difficulties.
Carers of people with dementia are being offered a free opportunity to join a group singing session with East Devon's Rock Choir in Exmouth on Thursday, September 26.
Having swapped psychedelic Liverpool outfit The Coral for a solo career, Bill Ryder-Jones is coming to Devon with his latest album.
'We want climate justice, and we want it now' - thousands of protesters of all ages marched on Devon County Council headquarters as part of global strike action.
Budleigh's former Lloyds Bank - which closed in January this year - could be redeveloped into four apartments and an eatery/shop.
Millions of people are taking to the streets across the world in what could be the largest climate protest in history.
An internet service provider tasked with rolling out full-fibre broadband across Devon and Somerset has had its five contracts severed.
More than 110 volunteers have helped to clear hazardous rubbish from a popular Exmouth beauty spot.
Free flight storks which have gone missing from a wildlife park in the Midlands have been seen in Sidmouth - 150 miles away.
Low income families in East Devon could benefit by an estimated £270,000 in extra support towards paying their council tax in a new scheme.
Residents in Exmouth will be joining a climate change march in Exeter as part of strikes happening globally.
A private hire license has been granted for a zero emission car for the first time in East Devon.
Every year in September, across the country, historical buildings and other places of interest open their doors to the public, free of charge, and many also lay on special talks and activities.
Hungry Exmouth residents will soon be able to order online and pick up their fish and chips from a dedicated pick up point.
The wheels have been set in motion on a project which will allow wheelchair users the chance to access Exmouth beach.
Residents and visitors are being invited to have their say on proposals for changes to car parking and vehicle access at a beauty spot near Exmouth.
A violent boyfriend dragged his ex-partner around her home and slammed her head into a door and a table during a prolonged attack, a court heard.
East Devon council has hit back at the suggestion that it undersold its headquarters by more than £40million.
A plan to convert a former Methodist church into a gym has been backed by the town council.
An Exmouth mum who spent five weeks in a coma due to sepsis has expressed her pride after her children took on a four-kilometre swim to raise awareness of the condition.
A roe deer who was found trapped inside an old industrial compound has been released back into the wild.
A man was arrested on Saturday (September 14) following a disturbance in the town centre.
An Exmouth historian has written a revised book telling the story of a World War Two military base at Woodbury Common.
Exmouth's previously cancelled carnival is back on after road closure orders were signed off.
Guest columnist Sarah Allen tells us why she joined the Extinction Rebellion procession along Exmouth beach last month.
It was a day when many people headed for the seaside just to enjoy the surprisingly hot September sunshine, but in Exmouth more than 120 people joined a beach clean-up organised by Exmouth Community College.
Nearly 50 green-fingered residents brought some tough competition, showing off their gardening skills in the Tenants Garden Competition 2019.
A Budleigh Salterton care home could be set to close raising concerns for the elderly and vulnerable residents who live there.
A series of events to raise funds for an organisation which offers help and guidance to brain tumour patients will be taking place this weekend.
Guest columnist John Panton talks to local filmmaker Pip Piper about his work and the charity he set up to inspire emerging talent.
Plans to open a new Tesco Express store in Budleigh Salterton moved a step closer to happening after approval was granted for illuminated signage.
A 'disgusting' detainee has been jailed for spitting at three different police officers and then telling them he had HIV and hepatitis.
Former Exmouth Comprehensive pupils who are reaching a landmark birthday will come together to share memories and reminisce.
A fire in an outbuilding in Exmouth on Sunday (September 15) accidental, according to firefighters.
Keen swimmers who want the confidence to enjoy the freedom of open water have been making the most of a new scheme.
A food and arts hub in Otterton has scooped gold in a regional awards competition.
Damson ice cream: A delectable way to use the autumn harvest
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