Youngsters at four primary schools in Exmouth have had a donation of footballs from a town club.
Fairy magic caught the imagination of youngsters as they searched around a trail for miniature doors hidden around Phear Park.
District council bosses have made a U-turn on a decision to not replace a seat at a Budleigh Salterton bus shelter.
Branscombe Primary School pupils are among the winners of a gardening competition.
Exmouth’s dinosaur invasion is spreading fast, with the prehistoric creatures now popping up at the Manor Gardens and on the seafront.
A group of cyclists from Clinton Devon Estates (CDE)have raised more than £4,000 for FORCE cancer charity, writes Daniel Wilkins.
Exmouth Town were left disappointed and without a Saturday game when their scheduled Saturday opponents pulled out of the fixture, writes John Dibsdall.
Budleigh ladies gained 10 points in their Over-50s Exeter and District League match last week, writes Joan Shaw.
The East Devon seniors played for the Bailey Salver, writes Paul Willoughby.
Budleigh Salterton Football Club are set to hold a meeting this weekend that may lead to the club withdrawing from the local Macron Devon and Exeter Football League.
Four Exmouth Harriers were involved in the Chudleigh Carnival Road Race, writes Dave Eveleigh.
Exmouth badminton ace Jonty Wright was in action again over the weekend, writes Steve Birley.
Children at St Andrew’s Primary School in Chardstock say they do not feel safe walking to school due to a lack of road safety signs near the site.
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Staff at a care home near Axminster have been praised for developing ‘kind and compassionate relationships’ with residents in an ‘outstanding’ report from the health regulator.
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Councillors call for public consultation and more concrete facts
Investigations are underway to find out how a hole underneath a busy Exmouth road was formed.
Feniton men’s team have qualified for the Knockout Stages of the County Trophy competition, writes Roger Smith.
Axminster were beaten by four wickets on their visit to Barnstaple and Pilton for the meeting between the C Division East’s bottom two sides.
Seaton suffered a second successive defeat when beaten by 22 runs at Filleigh, but the Court Lane side remain top of the C Division East table.
Captain’s day was enjoyed in fine weather at Honiton bowling club, writes Julie Grant.
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