False widow spider was not to blame for Seaton man’s death
Message of hope for the future from county councillor Ian Hall
East Devon’s MP Sir Hugo Swire has said the Government will not cancel Brexit.
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.
Sisters from East Devon who were part of a national rally calling for a second vote on Brexit say the country ‘voted in the dark’ in the first referendum.
Pebble Moon’s mantra is to ‘turn stress into serenity’
Horticultural society urges people to get busy growing and baking
East Devon District Council has written to the housing minister Kit Malthouse, calling on the Government to fulfil its pledge to streamline the complaints system
A petition calling for Brexit to be scrapped, and for the UK to remain in the EU has been signed by more than 10,000 East Devon residents.
Tools and Machinery company raises £3,458 for the Seaton Friends Hospiscare@Home service
Josh Smith admitted causing grevious bodily harm following his attack on a Met Office scientist near Clyst St Mary
See The Future’s weekend of events raises more than £3,000
Summer storm brought death and destruction to the region
Axminster Town went down 3-1 to title-chasing Stoke Gabriel in a contest that saw the Tigers lead before being pegged back, but they stayed in the contest until an 85th minute penalty sent them to defeat.
A dozen AVR members were involved in the Granite Way race, which is based at Okehampton, writes Carol Austin.
Two of Seaton Tennis Club’s teams went undefeated in their respective Divisions over the winter season, and a third lost just one match as they all stormed to victory in their respective divisions.
Honiton petanque club began a new Devon League campaign with mixed fortunes, writes Chris Bigmore.
Honiton Town were good value for their 2-2 draw at high-flying Torridgeside.
Honiton head into their final three games of the Tribute Cornwall & Devon season sitting just three points behind leaders Penryn and a single point above third placed Bude.
Seaton Music enjoyed a trio’s concert, instead of one from a quartet.
Collection of art by painter and printmaker Anita Klein to be put on display at Marine House at Beer
A grant of £9,400 has been awarded to the Thelma Hulbert Gallery for an arts project.
Colyton Theatre Group provided a great evening of good company, food and entertainment.
Bridport, Cerne Abbas and Whitchurch Canonicorum to host concert by Cantamus, the West Dorset chamber choir.
Members of Axminster Drama Club will be handing over more than £600 to Comic Relief, following their recent successful production.
Alex and Alison Davies to perform concert of music for organ, piano and saxophone on Lyme Regis’s Škrabl organ at St Michael’s Parish Church.
The Castalian Quartet will be performing for SeatonMusic
Thriving, popular venues provide a range of entertainment and give local drama groups a place to perform
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