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Today the Journal launches a new community fundraising campaign in support of the Deaf Academy, as the countdown to its move to Exmouth enters the final six months.
Guest columnists Eileen Wragg feels NHS and care staff are undervalued and underpaid and the healthcare system is failing.
A 'vulnerable' pensioner from Exmouth has been found following an appeal by police to help find him.
A teenager and her boyfriend were punched in the face while waiting for a taxi in Exmouth, according to police.
Exmouth residents will have the chance to hear about ideas for the future of the Queen's Drive area of the town at a public exhibition next month.
The chairman of Exmouth Cadets, who was 'instrumental' in their move to a purpose-built facility, has been recognised for his service.
Children from five Exmouth schools have helped to illustrate the hoardings which currently surround the site of the town's new watersports centre.
An Exmouth woman has shed more than a third of her weight after needing a belt extender on a flight abroad.
Exmouth RNLI has teamed up with the town's rugby club to organise this year's fireworks display.
A plan seeking to build 10 new apartments in Exmouth has been recommended for approval.
Vandals who stamped on and smashed a robot lawnmower at an Exmouth sports ground will be prosecuted, the district council said.
The new harbour master has raised concerns over 'dopes on ropes' clashing with boats in Exe Estuary at Exmouth.
The results of this year's Exmouth Carnival have been announced.
A 'thriving and well-regarded' Exmouth town centre café has gone on the market.
A plea has been made to halt a proposal which could see price hikes introduced in three of Exmouth's busiest car parks.
Children who got their educational start at an Exmouth pre-school have come together to share memories 25 years on.
An investigation is being launched after controlled drugs were found during a raid on a property in Exmouth.
The Christmas season begins in Exmouth later this month when a pop-up charity shop selling festive cards opens its doors.
Guest columnist Jeff Trail is responding to residents' concerns about car parking and the state of the roads and pavements.
Guest columnist Anthony Bernard is outraged that some people in complex situations are suddenly left with nothing.
Up to £20,000 in town council funding is available for volunteer groups, charities and community interest organisations.
Exmouth has received golden recognition for the quality of its flower beds and horticultural excellence.
A trio of pirates has set sail for Exmouth to prove mental health is no barrier to a life under the skull and crossbones.
Crowds braved the wet weather on Saturday (October 12) night to witness the return of Exmouth Carnival.
An Exmouth mum has been recognised for her outstanding contribution to recycling at a prestigious awards ceremony.
An Exmouth drama group is celebrating its latest success, with the Talent Box recently performing Mamma Mia.
Pupils who set up a business selling handmade beeswax sandwich wraps have been recognised for their contribution to sustainability.
Exeter Philharmonic Choir will be making its debut performance in Exmouth later this month.
A cake sale and raffle held at an Exmouth GP surgery has raised vital funds for a suicide bereavement charity.
The family of an Exmouth woman who was one of 157 passengers who died an the Ethiopia Airlines crash have received her posthumous master's degree award.
Eco activists from Exmouth travelled to London to take part in an international rebellion this week.
An Exmouth woman determined to raise money for those living with mental health issues will attempt to crochet her way to a world record.
A car park used by visitors to an Exmouth beauty spot is now closed to the public, Devon Wildlife Trust has confirmed.
Exmouth is gearing up to welcome the return of its illuminated carnival - two years after the last one took place.
Residents are set to have their say on possible price hikes in some of Exmouth's busiest car parks.
A consultation on the possible introduction of resident parking permits begins today (Friday, October 4).
The wheels have been put in motion for Exmouth Museum to win its race against time to buy its current home.
The future of an Exmouth community group which champions the fight against climate change has been secured.
The owner of a new tattoo shop in Exmouth is hoping his passion and knowledge of the industry will inspire the next generation of body artists.
Guest columnist Roger Bourgein is feeling a sense of relief after attending a Schools Conference on Protecting the Environment.
The annual pomp and circumstance of the Last Night of the Proms was brought to Exmouth thanks to the town's Rotarians.
A commitment made by Exmouth slimmers to cover at least 50 miles in less than a month has raised vital funds for a cancer charity.
Children who struggle in mainstream education are being taught in corridors at an Exmouth primary school due to a lack of space.
Residents in parts of Exmouth are set to have their say on proposals to introduce parking permits to some of the town's most vehicle-laden roads.
An Exmouth care home has been shortlisted for an award recognising the work put into its garden.
Pro-EU campaigners marched through Exmouth to 'expose the truth' about Brexit.
Members of a community exercise group have set their sights on a cross-channel challenge after completing the London to Brighton cycle event.
RAF cadets from Exmouth took part in a service on the seafront to commemorate the Battle of Britain.