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Exeter City’s great expectations

Grecians’ fans everywhere will be hoping that their team will make a better showing than they managed in the 2018/19 season.

Match report: Exeter City 1 Swindon Town 1

City denied top spot and 100 per cent record with late Swindon Town goal. 

Grecians exit Carabao Cup at first round stage

Exeter City exited the Carabao Cup at the first round stage with a 4-1 defeat at St Andrew's against Coventry City.

Match report: Stevenage 0 City 1

A stunning strike late strike from Nicky Law kept Exeter City’s 100 per cent start to the season going as they recorded a 1-0 win away at

Exeter gallops back into action

Exeter Racecourse gallops back into action on Thursday, October 10 with the return of jump racing which coincides with 250 years of racing on the Devon track. Unrivalled for its sense of camaraderie during the autumn and winter months, there’s nothing to beat racing on Haldon Hill, whether you’re new to the sport, attending on your own, or...

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Exeter Picturehouse returns to Double Locks for a weekend of movies in the moonlight

The summer’s not over just yet as the Picturehouse Outdoor cinema pitches up in the idyllic canal-side setting of the Double Locks pub for three nights of cinema under the stars.

From 30 Aug – 1 Sep Picturehouse outdoors returns for a weekend of singing, dancing and time travel, with the backdrop of some of Devon’s most beautiful countryside. Films will start around dusk, but arrive earlier to enjoy the evening sun with a refreshing beverage from the pub and something delicious from their kitchen.

Mary Youlden



Food & Drink


Ottery’s Rusty Pig goes gold

Indie restaurant Rusty Pig has been awarded gold in the latest round of the Taste of the West Awards.

Family Life

Stagecoach South West are again sponsoring Sci-Fi Day in Paignton on Saturday 24 August.

All things Sci-Fi will be celebrated on Saturday 24 August, as Sci-fi day returns to Paignton Green.

Health & Beauty

Why don’t men seek medical help?

According to a survey by 

Student Life

A growing number of young people are turning to Childline, deeply worried about their exam results. 

Social Diary

Exeter professionals and residents from Southernhay and Magdalen Road kick-started the weekend in style with an evening of great food, li


EXETER Specsavers store cranked up the cuteness factor when it played host to precious puppies from the Hearing Dogs for Deaf People char

Homes & Gardens

How to Maintain Your Carpet Well

Having a carpet can add softness and color to any home and make the floors more comfortable.


Exe Bridges underpass

Facing up to difficult change

It feels like I’ve been campaigning for social and ecological justice nearly all my adult life.


Maynard School Sixth Former, Jessica Carr, not only achieved four straight A*s in her Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Chemistry A-level

Local News

Co Bikes, the UK’s first electric on-street bike hire scheme, has announced it is returning to Exeter this month with just under new 100

Entertainment & Reviews

The summer’s not over just yet as the Picturehouse Outdoor cinema pitches up in the idyllic canal-side setting of the Double Locks pub fo