Teenage singer’s song for new animated movie about the Louisa lifeboat launch makes its bid for festive chart success
The incident took place in Honiton Lidl car park on Wednesday, November 25.
‘Best crowd in years’ as thousands gather to kick off ‘combe’s Christmas
Police have issued an appeal for help in tracking down vandals who struck at the Exmouth land train’s garaging facilities on the Maer Road car park.
Get a special Black Friday discount to see Cinderella at the Queen’s Theatre
Entrance to shopping centre could be drastically modernised if owners’ plans are given the green light
Christmas trees have been donated to two hospices in North Devon.
Extra trains will be running between Exmouth and Exeter on Sundays in the run-up to Christmas.
The Budleigh Salterton Committee for Cancer Research UK is holding an Evening In India on Saturday, November 28, at 7pm in the Public Hall.
Devon County Council has announced drainage works will take place along Temple Street for five weeks from Monday, January 18.
Peter Heaton-Jones says the Autumn Statement ‘kept giving good news’
The youngsters, aged 10 to 11 years old, visited East Devon District Council’s (EDDC) offices at Knowle in Sidmouth, as part of national Takeover Challenge Day.
AFTER many postponements, Cranbrook railway station will finally open on Sunday, December 13.
One man has been questioned in connection with a recent bout of vandalism and officers are asking for more information or witnesses
It felt like groundhog day as the Chancellor got to his feet.
North Devon will be able to bid for a share of a £475m transport pot
North Devon and Torridge District councils are on track to put their joint plan for the future of the two districts into action by May 2016.
Tax credit cuts scrapped, potential two per cent on council tax, ‘no police cuts’...
Engineers look for solutions for both sites but road will close for 10 weeks in January for unrelated repairs to retaining wall near Landcross
Chancellor allows an extra two per cent tax for councils if it is spent on social care
£375,000 of panels being offered to anyone who wants them
A ‘quiz and mash’ evening which raised £300 for Budleigh Salterton Library has been hailed a great success.
County Hall chiefs will soon be submitting plans for a long-awaited walking and cycling trail between Sidbury and Sidford.
Parents are also being invited to participate in a Race for Life run taking place tomorrow (Thursday).
A planning application has been submitted for the Farmer’s Arms pub in Woolsery.
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