Morning News reporters back in Exeter bureau
The Western Morning News is pleased to announce the opening of a new Devon bureau.
Reporters will now be working out of offices in Exeter and looking to focus on the city and East Devon area.
The region is already served by offices in Penzance, Truro and Plymouth.
WMN editor Bill Martin said: "It is really important that we have an office in a city that is going places.
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"Exeter and Devon have always been integral to the Western Morning News, but we hope the re-establishment of the newspaper's permanent presence in the city will bring additional benefits for our readers."
Reporters Phil Goodwin and Adam Walmsley will be working at the offices, at Sowton Industrial Estate, alongside the team of the Exeter Express and Echo, the WMN's sister title.
"We want readers to know that we are actively looking to cover the county, the city and the east coast," Phil said.
Anyone with a story to tell is asked to call the office on 01392 442244. Alternatively, they can make contact by emailing Phil at email@example.com or Adam at awalmesley@ westernmorningnews.co.uk.