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From Tuesday, 24/Feb/2015 onwards

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AXMINSTER: Council objects to huge estate

Plans for a massive housing estate east of Axminster lacked detail to gain town council support.


HONITON: Council move saga draws to a close

EAST Devon District Council’s controversial relocation project will finally be brought to a close this week, with members set to sign off a move to Honiton.


SEATON: Parliamentary candidates set for Seaton showdown

Candidates vying for the Tiverton & Honiton seat in parliament are heading for a showdown in Seaton.


OTTERY:Town gets ready for third Food and Families Festival

OTTERY:Town gets ready for third Food and Families Festival
The countdown to the third Ottery St Mary Food & Families Festival has begun, and the scene is set for an even better celebration on Saturday, June 6th.


SIDMOUTH: District council’s HQ move saga set to reach conclusion tomorrow

EAST Devon District Council’s controversial relocation project will finally be brought to a close this week, with members set to sign off a move to Honiton.


COLYTON: Parish council objects to potential loss of ‘underused’ sports facility­

COLYTON parish councillors have objected to the possibility of losing the artificial cricket wicket at the Peace Memorial Playing Field because it is “no longer in use”.


OTTERY: Extra trains in overhauled timetable

EAST?Devon looks set to be one of the winners in South West Trains’ new timetable proposal.


HONITON: Campaign to restore Juanita portrait

A FUNDRAISING campaign has been launched to restore a treasured portrait of Honiton’s most famous former mayor, after it was revealed that the painting has been left propped against a wall in an upstairs office at The Beehive for almost a year.


HONITON: Extra trains in overhauled timetable

Honiton looks set to be one of the winners in South West Trains’ new timetable proposal.


SEATON: Rainbows group ‘desperate’ for new premises

SEATON: Rainbows group ‘desperate’ for new premises
Seaton Rainbows leaders say they would be forced to close down the group if alternative accommodation cannot be found.


Young wheelwright apprentice displays traditional work at House of Commons

Young wheelwright apprentice displays  traditional work at House of Commons
A YOUNG woodworker from Mike Rowland & Son Wheelwrights in Colyton attended a special celebration of apprenticeships at the House of Commons last week.


Another fatal crash on A35

One person died and two suffered life-changing injuries when two cars collided on the A35 at Greenway Head, Raymonds Hill, on Sunday afternoon.


AXMINSTER: More trains to run on main line to Waterloo

Axminster will miss out when South West Trains (SWT) increases services on the Exeter-London Waterloo route.


SIDMOUTH: Facebook posts spark election row

SIDMOUTH: Facebook posts spark election row
A SENIOR councillor has sparked a second social media row in six months, after accusing a rival political candidate in Sidmouth of using “offensive” language online.


OTTERY: First steps towards independence

OTTERY: First steps towards independence
LEADERS of the West Hill independence campaign have claimed victory in the first round of a long battle to determine whether the village splits from Ottery St Mary.


HONITON: ‘Invisible’ seniors to make a stand

HONITON: ‘Invisible’ seniors to make a stand
HONITON pensioners have been urged to make their voices heard ahead of the local and national elections in May, after concerns were raised that they are being portrayed as a “drain on society”.


SEATON: NatWest stands firm over closure

SEATON: NatWest stands firm over closure
NatWest bosses stood firm and refused to reconsider their decision to close the Seaton branch on March 11th.


COLYTON: District councillor clashes with political rival after ‘offensive’ online comments

A SENIOR East Devon councillor has sparked a social media row, after accusing a rival political candidate of using “offensive” language online.


AXMINSTER: Council welcomes plans for bedsits for young residents

AXMINSTER Town Council welcomes five potential town centre bedsits but “deplores” the fact that work has started before plans have been approved.


SIDMOUTH: Call for ‘missing pieces’ of history

PROJECT leaders behind an ambitious plan to strengthen Sidmouth's coastal defences have called for residents to be their “eyes and ears,” by contributing important local data to help progress the town's beach management plan.


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