In her latest column, Sarah Allen writes about how single-use plastics are being used more and more during the pandemic
In his latest column, Exmouth alderman Mark Williamson has called for debate to find solutions to East Devon’s housing shortage
Exmouth’s volunteer lifeboat crew was among the emergency services involved in the search for two people seen in mud flats in the River Exe on Thursday (September 24) night.
The developer behind plans to build 39 homes on a section of the former Rolle College site said it will regenerate an area which has been a ‘magnet for antisocial behaviour’.
Exmouth beachgoers are being urged to take extra care and be responsible as the RNLI lifeguard season draws to a close.
Little riders have wheeled their way to more than 800 kilometres on specific bike trails around Exeter and Exmouth to earn a lockdown medal.
A motor cruiser drifting out of control off the coast of Budleigh Salterton was rescued by Exmouth’s volunteer lifesavers.
An area of an Exmouth school dedicated to early years learning has been given a ‘new lease of life’ during the summer holidays.
Exmouth Chamber of Commerce has a new chairman after its current leader, who had held the role for nine years, stepped down.
Exmouth is ‘long overdue’ a new secondary school according to town councillor Frank Cullis.
An Exmouth teenager celebrated her 14th birthday by publishing her second novel.
Three Exmouth churches are opening their doors for people to donate food for the community.
Volunteers and trustees of Exmouth Museum have put in a ‘major’ effort to get it reopened following its closure due to coronavirus.
Exmouth Carnival has a new logo after a winning design was picked by the organising committee.
Users of the Exe Estuary are being urged to help keep it looking its best after the annual autumn clean-up was cancelled due to Covid-19.
Plans have been lodged to build 39 new homes on part of the former Rolle College site.
Work to repair a landmark clock tower on Exmouth seafront could begin in March 2021.
Two kayakers capsized in the River Exe on Saturday (September 19) following a reported collision with a buoy in the estuary.
Exmouth Town Council is looking for a new councillor after agreeing a new co-option procedure.
Plans for a new school building at Exmouth Community College have been backed by the town council.
After 25 years of family ownership, Peter Dixon Chandlery in Exmouth Marina has been sold to Grantwood Marine Ltd, a company owned by two local businessmen.
Following the successful launch of their new Creative Cabin in Exmouth, Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) and Wild East Devon are gearing up for a packed programme of events this autumn.
When a group of Exmouth paddleboarders went onto the water on Wednesday (September 16) evening, they didn’t expect to be greeted by a six-foot tuna.
A line of yellow buoys marking a no-go zone for jet skiers and power boat users could be put in place in Exmouth thanks to town council funding.
The kindness of the Exmouth community has left a war hero ‘overwhelmed’ after being inundated with cards and well-wishers on his 100th birthday.
Town councillors have continued their objection to plans for a four-storey retirement apartment block in Exmouth.
Three people on board a broken-down motorboat were rescued by Exmouth RNLI on Tuesday (September 15).
Public toilets at the ‘gateway’ into Exmouth are set to be reopened after the town council agreed to contribute more than £17,000.
Bosses of an Exmouth care home which continues to be rated ‘inadequate’ despite improvements have admitted their frustration at the lack of a full inspection.
A man in his 70s has been taken to hospital with unknown injuries after concerns were raised for a man’s welfare.
A major roundabout between Exmouth and Exeter will undergo two weeks of overnight closures while resurfacing work is carried out.
A 21-foot motor boat which had lost power due to an engine fire was rescued by Exmouth RNLI’s volunteer crew on Sunday (September 13).
A man with family links to Exmouth has answered the call from Hospiscare and hopped on his bike to cycle 100 miles – raising nearly £1,000 in the process.
Veterinary practices are steadily catching up on the services that they provide to patients and clients after the restrictions imposed by the government earlier in the year.
People are being asked to avoid a wildlife refuge in Exmouth in a bid to protect the species which live there.
A converted horsebox selling pizzas operates from the car park of a garden centre to give an Exmouth couple a means of earning a living.
An Exmouth carer has raised funds for charity by have her long locks cut off.
In his latest column, Exmouth Community Larder coordinator Anthony Bernard asks ‘what is normal?’
A ‘huge’ blanket made from squares knitted by those who were forced to self-isolate in Exmouth during the coronavirus lockdown is nearing completion.
In his latest column, district councillor Joe Whibley talks about the council flying the Pride and bisexual flag
A New Year’s Eve party guest threw a small knife over a garden fence after police were called to a confrontation with neighbours.
A collapsed sewer main has caused a sink hole to form in an Exmouth road.
Fundraising, grants and community support have been a key factor in the Deaf Academy completing the build of its new campus in Exmouth.
A retrospective planning application for the siting of a hot food van within the grounds of an Exmouth garden centre has been criticised by town councillors.
Plans to build 19 new homes in the heart of Exmouth’s town centre have been opposed by the town council.
Exmouth’s new multi-million-pound Deaf Academy has finally opened its doors to students.
Inspired by the vivid descriptions of the Arctic convoys he sailed in, the family of Lympstone man Tommy Doak have secured recognition of his military service 30 years after he died.
The provider of a six-a-side football tournament held at Exmouth Community College raised more than £2,000 for the NHS thanks to an e-soccer competition.
A packed programme of events is set to take place this autumn following the successful launch of the Creative Cabin in Exmouth.
District councillor Eileen Wragg writes in her latest column about the Black Lives Matter movement