The father of an Exmouth woman who died when a Boeing 737 plane crashed in Ethiopia says he is 'pleased' to hear more than 40 countries have grounded the aircraft.
An Exmouth woman has been confirmed as one of the 157 people who died when an Ethiopian Airlines jet crashed shortly after take-off.
A tribute has been paid to a woman who is among the 157 people feared dead following a plane crash in Ethiopia today (Sunday, March 10).
A motion to recognise the importance of climate change and support young people's calls for immediate action has been blocked by council bosses.
A trio of Exmouth students have been recognised for their academic success.