House prices in East Devon leapt by 4.3 per cent in January, seeing an overall 9.5 per cent rise over the last 12 months.
More than £700,000 of overpaid housing benefits has been reclaimed from residents from East Devon in just seven months.
There are 100 properties in East Devon owned by companies registered in offshore tax havens, which campaigners warn could be being exploited by criminals.
Sergeant Edward Bailey was one of the first Allied casualties of the war with Japan, but his death came just before war was officially declared.
Each week the Herald will be featuring a local business and this week we hear from Natalie Brittain of DaffyDownDilly.
Almost 1,000 new homes could be built on derelict or previously used land in East Devon, according to greenbelt campaigners
Sidmouth’s famous fatberg made a star appearance on the BBC’s Blue Planet UK.
As of tomorrow, Sidmouth’s giant fatberg will no longer be lurking beneath the town.
Sidmouth’s fatberg will feature on BBC’s Blue Planet UK this week.
More than a third of cancer patients do not start treatment on time at the Royal Devon and Exeter Trust, figures have revealed.
Flu, vomiting, diarrhoea and gastroenteritis levels all dropped in Devon last week.
Devon and Cornwall Police close more than a fifth of hate crime investigations into racially and religiously aggravated offences without identifying a suspect, figures show.
Hundreds of written complaints were made to the Royal Devon and Exeter Trust last year.
Spending on street lights has been slashed by more than £100,000 over the past year, new figures have revealed.
Hundreds of children in Devon are not fully vaccinated against MMR, as the NHS warned vaccine deniers are gaining traction on social media.
Mike Jory teaches how to paints farm animals in simple steps
Air pollution causes four in every 100 deaths of people aged 30 and over in Devon, one of the lowest rates in England.
Thriving, popular venues provide a range of entertainment and give local drama groups a place to perform
One new victim of female genital mutilation (FGM) in Devon was seen by NHS services last year.
Brexit affects more than just humans and one of Sidmouth’s biggest businesses is preparing for all the outcomes.
Would you like to see a 3D zebra crossing in your area?
An Ottery pupil who took a knife to school has been excluded, along with one other.
Dog walkers are being urged to keep their pets on leads after a record number of attacks on sheep at a Sidmouth farm.
So, what happens to East Devon’s small businesses after March 29? The short answer – unless something highly unlikely has happened since this edition went to press – is that no one knows.
An updated application to build a roadside service station featuring a McDonalds drive-through near Ottery is expected to be submitted soon.
An evening of entertainment in aid of the RD&E Hospital’s cardiology wards, thanks to a Sidmouth-born promoter
The Riverside Players’ pantomime, Red, was a credit to all those involved.
Nearly 100 reports of online grooming has been made to Devon and Cornwall Police in a 18-month period.
Firefighters are swapping fire for Fiats as they take part in a national charity car wash.
In his latest column, East Devon MP Sir Hugo Swire sets his sights on the newly-formed Independent Party.
A national charity has joined forces with a local cause on a mission to combat loneliness.
A mission to put a stop to illegal seahorse trade has been backed by East Devon’s MP.
A special edition of Monopoly following a rescue donkey’s journey to a sanctuary has been launched by a Sidmouth charity.
A motion to recognise the importance of climate change and support young people’s calls for immediate action has been blocked by council bosses.
Planning permission has been approved for a new state of the art classroom block at Sidmouth College.
A young dog who was rescued from Bulgaria after a woman saw him being beaten with a metal pole is in need of a safe place to call home.
An art lover is hoping to unravel the mysterious life of a former Royal Doulton decorator, whose burial site remains unknown.
A woodland of 9,000 trees will flourish for future generations after planting commenced this week.
The young and old gathered together to take a stand, protesting over climate change in Sidmouth.
Sidmouth’s donkeys have left quarantine after the outbreak of equine flu in the UK.
An Ottery student will be taking a plane for the first time after being selected to represent the UK in the geography Olympics.
A ‘rugby nut’ teenager will be heading to Japan this spring after being selected to represent England in the Junior Rugby World Cup.
He said he was particularly keen to work with them to improve the treatment of donkeys and mules in the developing world
Precautions remain in place to keep The Donkey Sanctuary closed following the outbreak of equine flu.
A former Ottery student will be rubbing shoulders with the likes of Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper and Olivia Coleman next month after being nominated for an Oscar.
Snow covered cars have been left abandoned in Sidmouth after skidding off icy roads into ditches.
‘Crucially a deal is also in Europe’s strategic interests at a time of rising geopolitical tensions.’
A Sidmouth finance specialist has been appointed into a national role, covering England and Wales.
Snow and ice is expected to hit Devon, as well as the rest of the UK, this week.
An Ottery café, which helps people with learning difficulties to gain work experience and life skills, has celebrated its first birthday.