Hundreds of local jobs could be made for Cranbrook residents after plans for a massive distribution centre near the town were given the green light.
Three tonnes of hay were destroyed after catching fire in an Axminster field last night (Saturday).
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Axminster residents are being urged to support a Grand Auction this month, to pay for a bigger and better Christmas lights display in December.
More than 100 art lovers gathered at Honiton’s Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) for a fundraising art auction – raising £14,000 in aid of two worthy causes.
The public are to be asked if Devon and Cornwall’s police force should merge with Dorset.
A Seaton building and roofing company has been given the green light to build four new houses – using their own skills and labour.
A proposed new housing development in Colyford has been designed to deter burglars and other criminals from targeting the homes and their residents.
A residential home in Seaton for people with dementia, which features a mock vintage railway carriage, has been rated ‘outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission.
A popular lingerie brand has celebrated the rebellious nature of Colyton by offering the town’s ladies a free set from its newest collection.
More than 60 homes - making up part of the fourth phase of Cranbrook’s development - will be built after an application was approved by district planners.
An application to build a new art studio in Honiton has been refused by planning officers.
A Colyton Grammar School student has wowed judges in a prestigious photography competition - winning first prize in his category.
Riders set to turn the clocks back to the halcyon days of cycling
A new state-of-the art station will be opened by Seaton Tramway – the result of 10 years of planning and hard work.
David Platt’s late winner against Belgium saw England advance to the quarter-finals of the 1990 World Cup in Italy, but how much do you remember about the match?
The focus of attention in terms of South West petanque last week was on Isca Centre, Exeter where the annual match between the Devon and Kernow regional teams was staged.
Pelé or Baggio? Batistuta or Maradona? Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi? Thomas or Gerd Müller?
The Lyme Regis ladies’ midweek stableford saw a magnificent win for Di Harris as she played some wonderful golf to card 40 points, writes Richard Jackman.
Last week the Axe Cliff team travelled to Great Torrington on a very humid day with soaring temperatures, writes Dave Bruce.
After three blank weeks of home meetings, the action returned to the Oaktree Arena home of Somerset Rebels with the visit of table toppers, the Wolverhampton Wolves, writes Dave Thompson.
The dog show at the Axe Vale Show takes place on Saturday, June 23
Tuesday night date for the next Tuckers Jazz Club
St Peter’s Church, Dalwood will be hosting a flower festival from Friday, June 15 to Sunday, June 17.
The Beehive in Honiton always has plenty line for the month and June is no exception, writes Wendy van der Plank, of the Beehive team.
There will be plenty on offer to entertain visitors at this year’s Axe Vale Show.
Axe Vale Orchestra performed at The Minster, Axminster, on Sunday, May 13. Anthony Palmer reviewed the concert.
Lyme Regis Museum has announced a brand-new art exhibition which opens on Friday, June 1.
Young dancers have been preparing a breathtaking performance to showcase their skills on a Sidmouth stage at the end of this month.
Cygnet theatre school to bring Strawberries in January to The Beehive.
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