Possible locations for more than 57,000 new homes will be revealed next month.
Broadcaster Anne Swithinbank opens Seaton's 'secret garden'
Proposals for the Bluehayes site also include a primary school, sports facilities, allotments and other amenities
Attackers smashed a pane of glass in a bus shelter, and a piece of children's play equipment was damaged in a separate incident
A group of Chard School pupils have scooped third place in a mathematics championship - despite being the smallest group taking place.
Uplyme and Lyme Regis Horticultural Society donates £500 towards village night landing site
More than one thousand low-income families will benefit from having solar panels on their roof - helping to alleviate the cost of energy.
Drop-in advice clinics are being planned for Seaton and Axminster
Take a look at some of the pictures taken on the third day of the Devon County Show 2019.
The family of a man who died following a collision on the A35 have paid tribute to a 'wonderful son, brother, uncle, father and pops'.
Lottery funding will provide £60,000 towards the scheme
Bouncy castles, slides and much more will be at Allhallows Playing Field on May 29 and 30.
Take a peek at our picture gallery from day two of the Devon County Show at Westpoint Arena.
The mere existence of the forthcoming European elections will be anathema to many but, notwithstanding a very dramatic twist in the Brexit saga, the polls will open once again on Thursday, May 23.
Los Toros win Spanglovision song contest - it's no bull!
Two Chardstock batsmen scored hundreds as they comfortably beat Kentisbeare in the Tolchards Devon Cricket League D Division East.
Just for a change, age was on Alan Vincent's side when he won the famous Lavarack Stick last Friday at Axe Cliff against fierce competition, writes Dave Bruce.
Europe's finest croquet players will be descending on Budleigh this week for the Golf Croquet European Championships.
It was third versus second in the Devon Petanque League when Honiton entertained Ottery St Mary at Mountbatten Park, writes Chris Bigmore.
The main event this week was the prestigious Jubilee Cup - not for the faint-hearted as it is played over 36 holes, hence the small number of entries, writes Ann Desmoulins.
Axminster were 15 run winners in a thrilling Tolchards League F Division East meeting with Exeter III.
Screening could be cancelled if there is not enough interest
Friday, May 24
Learn to make people laugh, spin plates or balance on a tightrope, at these fun family sessions where you become the entertainer
Remember to recycle your rubbish, respect other festival-goers and donate your spare change to the Festival's running costs
The picturesque wildflower meadows of Goren Farm will once again play host to a festival with a difference, which is known for its integrity, ethos and promotion of wildlife and environmental projects.
There are plenty of bands performing on the main stage at this year's Exmouth Festival.
Enjoy sampling food from around the world, relax at a licensed bar, give yourself a colourful festival look, and get some surprise entertainment along the way
Keen gardeners can have a look around a Smallridge garden and help the National Garden Scheme at the same time.
Exmouth Festival organiser Carla Hiley has enjoyed putting together a programme of entertainment and activities for this year's event
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