Steve Coogan’s production company remains tight-lipped about filming around Sidmouth that has piqued people’s interest.
Healthcare commissioners did not breach regulations when deciding who should receive a £100million contract to run community services in East Devon, an investigation by a watchdog has found.
Six cyclists are ready and raring to get going on a 500-mile fundraiser to help restore the independence of a paralysed builder.
Further reports of thefts from parked cars have prompted police to reiterate a warning to remove valuables from vehicles.
The Red Arrows were welcomed back to Sidmouth with massive cheers after a nine-year absence - despite weather conditions threatening to cancel the show.
Work is now underway on a £150,000 project to give Sidmouth Parish Church congregation members and visitors somewhere to spend a penny.
Are your children addicted to TV or computer games? Do they rarely stir from the sofa? Are they getting enough exercise? With the children back at school this week, it’s the perfect time for them to get fitter.
Long revered by residents and visitors alike, areas affording views of Sidmouth’s ‘breathtaking’ night skies have now been granted official recognition.
Criminals will continue to ‘plunder this sleepy seaside idyll’ until a CCTV system is introduced, a shop-keeping councillor has warned.
The family of a father-of-two who died suddenly are working to raise awareness so the undiagnosed infection he had can be spotted sooner.
Angry residents are forming an action group to fight yet another development proposal in ‘a house building frenzy’ - that they say is threatening Ottery.
Baby Cow Productions, Steve Coogan’s production company, is in town today filming scenes for a sitcom.
A hairline crack in a crumbling section of Sidmouth’s cliffs has grown to several inches over the last year – but County Hall chiefs say intervention risks accelerating the erosion.
A businessman, eager to make the ‘eyesore’ SES premises a building Sidmouth can be proud of, says he is still battling district chiefs – a year after he bought it.
The Red Arrows have been saluted for offering to reduce their fee after bad weather stopped them from performing a full display.
Opportunist thieves were targeted by police during a three-day festival in Escot Park at the weekend.
Organisers behind an effort to clear the River Sid of an invasive weed have warned it will take years to solve the problem unless more people lend a hand.
A recent spate of burglaries has prompted a police appeal for witnesses, or anyone who has been offered stolen goods, to come forward.
A man who has battled cancer – and lost his brother to leukaemia - undertook a gruelling 10-mile obstacle course to raise £1,030 for a charity that supported him and his family.
A widow has backed the Sid Valley Memory Café’s Admiral Nurse Campaign after marrying twice and seeing both husbands suffer from dementia.
A university graduate has quit his job to go and help families in a struggling third world country.
A couple’s appeal to raffle off teddy bears to thank a prostate cancer charity has captured the imagination of the town – and revealed the impact of the little-discussed illness.
Sid Valley residents are being warned to be on their guard against fraudsters claiming to offer a discount or rebate on council tax.
Police are appealing for information after a ‘suspicious man’ approached a young woman waiting for a bus by the mini-roundabout in Newton Poppleford to ask for directions.
A show of classic British cars netted £1,000 for Sidmouth Lifeboat - and the petrolheads were eager to learn about its new tractor.
The public will have chance to express their views on sites earmarked for extraction of minerals across Devon as part of a 12-week consultation.
District leaders could form part of a ‘unified front’ alongside other South West authorities in a move that would see the region gain more independence from Westminster.
Doctors in East Devon are urging people to put a few extra things on their shopping lists ahead of the weekend.
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