An Italian volunteer worker has denied murdering a veterinary pharmacist at a stud farm in East Devon.
Honiton Lions Club has agreed to donate to its international charitable foundation which will help fund water wells and eye camps in third world countries.
Axminster based mental health charity Arc is to reopen its fundraising shop on Thursday (August 6).
Axminster police are urging residents to help them combat anti-social behaviour at a local play area.
A book share project to keep Seaton Primary School pupils reading during lockdown has proved a big success.
Police seized sound equipment to shut down an illegal rave at Hawkchurch in the early hours of Saturday (August 1).
The decision by East Devon councillors to recommend pulling out of the Greater Exeter Strategic Plan (GESP) has thrown the blueprint for future development into doubt.
A judge has authorised the continued detention of an Italian man who is accused of murdering a woman at a farm in East Devon.
Two kayakers who got into difficulties in the sea off Axmouth were helped by Sidmouth’s lifeboat, which was nearby on a routine training exercise.
Pubs, cafes, restaurants and bars can now apply to place furniture in pedestrian areas as part of East Devon District Council (EDDC)’s plans to combat the effect of Covid-19.
Lyme Regis lifeboat rescued two anglers after they accidentally ran their boat ashore on Chesil Beach on Saturday night (August 1).
Events can soon return as East Devon District Council (EDDC) has announced it will allow booking of its owned land.
A Branscombe man who has been stranded in South Africa throughout lockdown has decided to make the best out a bad situation, raising money for charity.
Two Axminster sisters have had their long hair cut short to help a worthy cause.
The MPs for Tiverton and Honiton and East Devon have given their support to a proposal which would see the creation of a ‘Devon Metro’ train service.
The Football Association has written to all clubs reminding them of what their responsibilities are with regard to the Coronavirus pandemic and the playing of friendly matches.
Not surprisingly we had a very good turnout for the playing of the first round of the Axe Cliff Masters last Friday, writes Dave Bruce.
Much has been seen in the news recently regarding Exeter Rugby Club’s controversial use of the ‘Chiefs’ branding name, writes Terry O’Brien.
Surrey-bound Jamie Overton marked what could prove his farewell appearance for Somerset at Taunton with a five for 48 haul to complete a 289-run Bob Willis Trophy victory over Glamorgan.
Upottery skipper Mark Joyce was left with mixed feelings after his side had beaten hosts Ottery St Mary by one wicket in a Tier Three East East One meeting.
Darren Witt was named Manager’s Player of the Year as Feniton Football Club handed out awards for the 2019/20 campaign.
Libraries across East Devon are calling for children to sign up to this year’s Summer Reading Challenge and read six books before the school holiday is up in September.
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Although forced to abandon their weekly rehearsals, the Exeter and East Devon Rock Choir have carried on singing throughout lockdown - in a remote way.
Although the Marine Theatre in Lyme Regis is closed for the time being, there are plans to reopen it in the coming months, subject to Covid-19 restrictions.
East Devon restaurants, pubs and cafés are being urged to register for the Treasury’s Eat Out to Help Out Scheme.
Officially speaking, schools in East Devon break up for the summer holiday from next week, so families can take a break from the phased returns and home schooling for six weeks.