The measures to restrict vehicular access to Cranbrook Railway Station are to remain for the immediate future.
Travel writer to lift the lid on the world’s most secretive nation
Main sponsor John Capon presents the Otter Windows Shield to Vicki Watkins
Police called after reports of shoplifters targeting local stores.
On this week in 1944: Extracts from the Exmouth Journal, printed April 22, 1944.
Three Honiton venues joined forces to bring artisans and makers together for a spring fair.
Local scout groups parade through Beer.
An ex-professional footballer from Spain has been jailed for 11 years for abusing five boys while in Britain.
Primary school youngsters pull on their running shoes to support CLIC Sargent children’s cancer charity
See the Future held a successful fundraiser as supporters walked around the streets of Honiton.
Armed police were called out to an address in Exmouth on Wednesday, April 26.
Pre-school youngsters take a walk in the woods to admire the flowers and wildlife
Twenty-eight members take part in the first outing of the new season
Beer Scouts hosted the district’s annual St George’s Day parade on Saturday morning and gave it a new flavour.
See our slideshow tribute to Exmouth’s vintage vehicle enthusiast - Reg Imray.
Whittons chips in to help skydive mums raise £800 for life saving equipment
Exmouth photographer, Nathan Richmond, captured this beautiful picture of a floral display in Manor Gardens and wins our iwitness24 photo challenge.
Tributes have been paid to intrepid deaf pensioner Reg Imray, who died at his Exmouth home aged 94.
Man treated for the effects of smoke inhalation after a deep fat fire at the Wheelwright Inn
Ladies learn to make a floral delicacy in a workshop with tutor Jackie Nicholls.
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