An Exmouth nursery is set to close its doors next month as it merges with its sister site in Budleigh Salterton.
Guest columnist Eileen Wragg reflects on pay inequality and the current campaign being waged by WASPI.
Exmouth in Bloom is calling on volunteers to come forward as the town gears up for a tilt at double gold glory in 2020.
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An annual Christmas lights switch on in Exmouth raised a record amount for the town's new Deaf Academy.
Proposals for a range of seafront attractions - including a new 60-80 bed hotel - could be set to move a step closer to reality.
This year's Christmas illuminations in Budleigh Salterton have been given a cash boost.
Have you got a treasure trove of quirky collectables in your garden shed?
More than 60 per cent of parking tickets dished out in East Devon last year were issued in Exmouth.
Applications are now open for stallholders to take part in this year's Exmouth Festival.
Town ward residents will have the chance to quiz their councillors when monthly surgeries are launched.
Guest columnist Councillor Paul Millar wants to work cross-party, issue by issue, for the good of the Exmouth community.
Five Exmouth payphones earmarked to be decommissioned should be retained, town councillors have said.
Exmouth Fire Station will retain 24/7 cover if talks over a new crewing model fall through.
Guest columnist Sarah Allen urges us to acknowledge climate change and do our bit to limit our impact on the planet.
Plans to increase security at a town centre church have been given town council backing.
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Exmouth Town Council has announced a reduction in the amount of money it charges council tax payers.
An Exmouth man has been charged in connection with an alleged sexual assault on a train.
Plans to build 20 new homes in the heart of the town centre have been opposed by the town council.
An Exmouth district councillor has left the ruling Independent Group, saying the cabinet's decision to vote against saving Seaton Hospital was 'the final straw'.
A homeless drug user who stole a student's laptop and purse in a sneak raid on her digs was caught on camera as he tried to use her bank card just minutes later.
Plans for a four-storey retirement block in Exmouth have been heavily criticised by the town leaders.
Work is set to begin on removing sand which engulfed a seafront road during recent storms.
Stuart Badham, 46, who was last seen on Sunday (January 19) has been found, police have confirmed.
A group of Exmouth weight-loss gurus celebrated another successful year by meeting chat show host and comedian Alan Carr.
A new soft play area for pre-school children is set to open in Exmouth on Wednesday (January 22).
An Exmouth rugby club's changing rooms are set to double in size as plans to extend its clubhouse are lodged.
Exmouth payphones could be decommissioned in the latest round of removals across East Devon.
Buoyed by the success of their first event, organisers of Exmouth Vegan Market are confident of another bumper turnout.
An Exmouth optometrist is taking on a winter trek across Dartmoor to raise money for the town's new Deaf Academy.
Volunteer lifesavers from Exmouth were called out after a man attempting to secure his yacht got into difficulty.
This year's Exmouth Business Awards will be officially launched at a breakfast event next month.
An Exmouth play area has been given a new lease of life following £100,000 worth of improvements.
Guest columnist Kate Ponting, Countryside Education Officer for Clinton Devon Estates, talks about the benefits outdoor activity.
A developer building 120 new homes in Exmouth is spending more than £800,000 on improvements in the town.
A video released by Exmouth RNLI shows how volunteer lifesavers came to the rescue of two people on board a yacht in October last year.
A fundraising campaign to provide multi-terrain wheelchairs for Exmouth beach has reached a key milestone.
Twenty apartments could be built in the heart of Exmouth's town centre if plans to demolish a former boys and girls brigade building are approved.
A man accused of a murder at a caravan in Newton Poppleford has been remanded in custody after failing to appear in court for the second time in three days.
A pair of Exmouth women have raised vital funds for the town's new Deaf Academy by raffling off knitted Mr and Mrs Claus figures.
An Exmouth grandmother has been recognised by her peers for her 'inspirational' care.
A university lecturer will be offering a two-day British Sign Language (BSL) class in Exmouth ahead of the opening of the town's new multi-million pound Deaf Academy.
A jilted boyfriend threatened to bury his ex-partner alive on Dartmoor during a terrifying five-day campaign of stalking.
Drug dealing and anti-social behaviour have forced an Exmouth church to lodge plans for seven new CCTV cameras.
Community groups and charities in Exmouth are being urged to get their piece of a £20,000 funding pot.
Enhancements to a bus service linking Exeter and Exmouth has seen passenger numbers increase by more than 30 per cent over the past year.
An artist's impression has revealed how a new 59-apartment retirement complex in Exmouth could look should planning approval be granted.
Guest columnist Steve Gazzard and his merry band of helpers have had a busy December, signing up lots of new donors to the NHS Organ Donor Register.
An ambulance technician from Budleigh Salterton who stepped in front of a moving train in Exmouth intended to end his life, an inquest heard.