Fears have been voiced about mental healthcare cuts in East Devon amid claims residents are forced to travel into Exeter at their most vulnerable.
Anyone who feeds a seagull on or near the beach in Exmouth and neighbouring seaside towns can now be slapped with an £80 fine.
Landlords are being urged to come forward if they have family-sized properties that could be used to house vulnerable Syrian refugees.
Beautiful Days festival returns to Escot Park from August 18 to 20 and the full line-up has just been revealed.
A businessman from East Devon has scooped the lion’s share of a £3million Postcode Millions prize pot.
Devon and Cornwall will gain 100 police officers but lose up to 190 PCSOs over the next four years as part of a £24million funding shake-up.
A ‘win-win’ scheme to boost new and growing businesses in Exeter and East Devon moved a step closer after council chiefs struck a deal with Government.
Devon’s Job Seeker’s Allowance (JSA) claimants fell by 101 to a new historic low between August and September.
The 2016 Devon Festival of Remembrance will be held once again in the magnificent surroundings of Exeter Cathedral on Thursday, November 10, from 7.30pm.
East Devon’s MP has added his voice to calls for one of the South West’s main arterial roads to be upgraded as a dual carriageway rather than a ‘second-rate compromise’.
Devon County Council’s cabinet is backing the campaign for state pension equality for women.
New images have been released that show how Exeter’s new bus station could look.
A national park spanning East Devon and Dorset would boost the economy, promote thriving local economies and conserve the environment, according to campaigners.
Lifelong Conservative Susan,64, says she will never vote for Tories again over Government’s Personal Independence Payment (PIP), saying: “Apparently I’ve lived too long for the Department for Work and Pensions.”
Devon County Council (DCC) is encouraging parents to take up the opportunity to have free child care for their two-year-olds.
Devon has bucked the national trend with more pupils offered a place their first choice of secondary school than last year.
Devon County Council (DCC) leader John Hart has shelved plans to ask schools to pay for their own lollipop men and women after reviewing representations from families across the county.
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The number of Job Seeker’s Allowance (JSA) claimants in Devon fell by 91 in December compared to the previous month.
A bus company has announced it is expanding its smart ticketing scheme across the South West.
East Devon District Council (EDDC) has this week been told its Local Plan is sound and is nearly ready for adoption.
Police are urging drivers not to take unnecessary risks as flooding forces the closure of several major East Devon roads.
Pupils at an Exmouth school have inspired a new children’s book about a marine reptile fighting plastic pollution.
A PhD geography student is on the case to assess the impact of the River Otter’s beavers – England’s only wild colony for hundreds of years.
Wales & West Utilities is warning people across the local area to be aware of bogus callers after receiving reports of suspicious activity.
Police are urging people not to drive into Exeter city centre while an investigation into two suspicious packages is ongoing.
Conservatives Marcus Hartnell (1,856 votes) and Jim Knight (1,399 votes) and Liberal Democrat Peter Burrows (1,329 votes) have been elected in the Seaton Ward.
A member of the Independent East Devon Alliance and a Conservative will represent the Ottery St Mary Rual Ward.
Val Ranger of the Independent East Devon Alliance is the new district councillor for the Newton Poppleford and Harpford Ward.
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