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COLYTON: ‘Let down and betrayed’

COLYTON: ‘Let down and betrayed’
COLYTON residents and councillors feel “let down and betrayed” by East Devon District Council’s planning system, as they will not be able to object to new information in a controversial planning application when it is considered today (Tuesday).


AXMINSTER: Councillors clash over library jibe

AXMINSTER: Councillors clash over library jibe
A social media war erupted at Axminster Town Council when one councillor labelled another one’s Facebook conduct “an absolute disgrace”.


SEATON: Green light at last for Seaton Heights development project

The long-awaited development of the derelict Seaton Heights Hotel site has, at long last, been given planning consent, subject to legal agreements.


HONITON: Council backs Beehive charity plans

COUNCILLORS have pressed ahead with a controversial decision to grant a long-term lease and charity status to the company behind the Beehive, despite warnings that the move is “unlawful”.


OTTERY: ‘Intolerable’ smell sickens residents

BOSSES at South West Water will be asked to explain, in person, to the people of Ottery why important sewage works in the town have still not been carried out.


OTTERY: Big bash to boost struggling street market

TRADERS will be offered a one-off deal this winter, in a bid to revive Ottery’s struggling street market.


SEATON: Scouts Pippa and James off to Japan

SEATON: Scouts Pippa and James off to Japan
TWO youngsters from the Axe Air Explorer Scout Unit based in Beer have earned themselves a dream trip to the Far East.


OTTERY: Carnival comes back in style!

OTTERY: Carnival comes back in style!
HUNDREDS of people lined the streets of Ottery on Saturday to see the return of the town’s carnival procession, after last year’s event was scuppered by severe weather.


SEATON: Beekeeper’s insight into creating ‘molten gold’

SEATON: Beekeeper’s insight into  creating ‘molten gold’
BEER author, poet and bee-keeper Rowland Molony has brought out a book giving an insight into his hobby as a producer of what he describes as ‘molten gold’, writes KEVIN?FAHEY.


THE FIGHT TO SAVE AXMINSTER HOSPITAL

THE FIGHT TO SAVE AXMINSTER HOSPITAL
An Axminster resident has made a passionate plea for the retention of in-patient beds at Axminster Hospital.


HONITON: Closing the gap between police and public

EFFORTS are being made to protect neighbourhood policing in Honiton following the closure of the town’s station front desk, according to the Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon and Cornwall Tony Hogg.


AXMINSTER: Grow your tenner for HALFF

Axminster-based charity Health and Local Food for Families (HALFF) hopes for generous donations as it joins the localgiving.


AXMINSTER: Sun shines on Minster runners

AXMINSTER: Sun shines on Minster runners
Almost 200 runners turned up for Axe Valley Community College's third Minster Challenge and associated races on Sunday October 5th.


HONITON: Young Farmers fundraising tops £11K

HONITON: Young Farmers fundraising tops £11K
Hontion Young Farmers' Club has raised an impressive total of £11,322.


HONITON: Market ‘will survive’ despite stalls sell-off

MANAGERS of Honiton’s traditional street market are confident that it will survive, despite being forced to offload stalls and other equipment.


AXMINSTER: Fight to save hospital beds still on

Axminster-based GPs say the fight to keep in-patient hospital beds in the town is very much alive, and have asked for another bumper turnout at tonight’s public meeting.


COLYTON: Something for the sweet tooth in Colyton

COLYTON: Something for the sweet tooth in Colyton
COLYTON?residents with a sweet tooth will welcome the latest shop to open in the town, Chocolat ét Present offering specialist sweet treats and gifts.


Developer forced to act over village’s flood plight

Developer forced to act over village’s flood plight
EAST Devon District Council has stepped in to force conditions on a “cynical” developer that could help protect Feniton from flooding.


Council chief argues he didn’t break the law

EAST Devon District Council (EDDC) chief executive and electoral registration officer (ERO) Mark Williams has denied a suggestion he broke the law when his department failed to undertake doorstep canvassing.


SEATON: Coastguard search fails to locate owner of yacht washed ashore

A massive search off Seaton failed to find the owner of a mystery yacht.


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