Town council offers a free park and ride service to ease town centre congestion
Firefighters arrived to find that a small blaze in a bedroom was now out
The focus of this year’s Natural Seaton Festival on Saturday (July 15) is to celebrate the natural wealth of the town and the Axe Valley.
The summer of 1940 marked some of the darkest days in British history.
Some 450 people – many in fancy dress – took part in a marathon bicycle ride on Saturday, which is expected to have raised more than £4,000 for the Devon Air Ambulance Trust (DAAT).
Owner’s warning after adder kills much loved pet spaniel
Crews from Lyme Regis, Exmouth and Sidmouth practice their life saving.
Police issue detailed descriptions of missing items
Tributes paid to 17-year-old William Ure who died in crash on the Devon and Dorset border
Animal becomes stuck between two groynes with the tide rapidly rising.
Firefighter Virgil Turner sends out a Mayday after his boat’s pump fails
Police appeal for witnesses after accident claims the lives of woman driver, aged 44, and her 17-year-old passenger
Holidays can be hazardous for pets, warns the British Veterinary Association
Children today may be digital natives, but majority are lacking electrical safety savvy, warn experts
The Jurassic Coast World Heritage Team has won national recognition for its efforts to involve others with the site.
Walk through The Underlciffs now includes a close up view of Goat Island
A new week-day bus service between Exeter and Lyme Regis is being introduced by First Wessex as part of its summer timetable.
The Princess Royal to unveil a plaque at East Devon’s newest visitor attraction
A Sidmouth care home has been told to make improvements in several key areas, following an official inspection.
But police are generally pleased with crowd behaviour during Exeter v Plymouth match
‘Prospectus for productivity’ now submitted to The Government for decision
The A30 has been fully re-opened following a serious accident this morning (Tuesday) at Daisymount.
Independent councillors call for extraordinary meeting to debate the office relocation
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