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From Wednesday, 28/Jan/2015 onwards
COUNCIL cash has been set aside to “kick start” long-awaited improvements to the A30/A303, which could open the door to future investment in Honiton’s main road link.
Axminster Chamber of Commerce lives on after Shane Morgan returned as chairman, but last week’s EGM finished with an almighty – and as yet unresolved – row about £3,000.
The Seaton public will get another opportunity to have a say on a proposed and controversial seafront ‘hot spot’ feature, writes ANDERS?LARSSON.
A WAR of words has broken out between the two frontrunners in the race to represent Sidmouth after the general election in May.
RETIRING president of the Colyton and Colyford branch of the Conservatives has been thanked for the “enormous contribution” he has made to the party over many years.
A WAR of words has broken out between the two frontrunners in the race to represent Ottery St Mary after the general election in May.
CAMPAIGNERS have renewed their efforts to secure a future for Sidmouth Drill Hall, and hope to recruit a band of supporters to back the appeal.
A CAMPAIGN has been launched to save the lollipop service that serves the 350 children at Seaton Primary School on Valley View.
NEGOTIATIONS over a deal to secure the St Saviours building as a multi-purpose community facility for the people of Ottery St Mary are set to continue, after town councillors were left “disappointed” by an initial offer.
TOWN councillors have taken steps to end a long-running dispute over the financial management of the Beehive “once and for all”.
Axminster’s most famous employer has a new man at the helm.
COLYTON Parish Council has been told it has a “moral duty” to support a planning application for 16 houses on land adjacent to the Peace Memorial Playing Field, after the authority agreed to development of the site in the 1990s.
EAST Devon guesthouses could be offered to buy a transferable, all-year parking permit for guests.
COUNCIL leaders and BT bosses have come under fire from furious residents, who say they have been “kept in the dark” over plans to rollout high-speed broadband to remote rural villages.
EAST Devon MP Neil Parish has added his praise to the work of Geoff Pook and the Beer Community Land Trust (CLT).
TO finally get their own home in Beer was a dream come true for Andy and Laura Wilkins.
ROYAL British Legion members in Honiton have paid tribute to Keith Joslin, a “dedicated” and “passionate” stalwart of the branch, who died recently.
Axminster Tourist Information (TIC) is preparing a magazine-style brochure to promote Axminster and Axe Valley.
CRIME in Honiton has fallen sharply overall during the last year, according to the latest police statistics – but drug and sexual offences are on the up.
Axminster Chamber of Commerce's future is expected to be decided during a crunch meeting for members only on Monday of next week.
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