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THIS year Exeter has seen many historic events; The Queen's Jubilee visit to the city, the Olympic Torch relay and concert as well as last week's opening of the multi-million pound John Lewis department store.
All these events have been covered in great detail online on our website www.thisisexeter.co.uk.
The site continues to thrive as thanks to a dedicated team of journalists and editors uploading content consistently throughout the day.
Whether it's a big breaking news story such as Tuesday's royal visit, or a delay on the roads or a fire in and around the city, the site provides up-to-the-minute news and information.
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And it is proving a major hit – the site gets more than a million page views a month.
The coverage of the John Lewis opening has been one of the most searched for items and most viewed stories on the site – the picture gallery of the opening alone notched up more than 50,000 page views.
The Queen's visit to the city for her Diamond Jubilee year has been the most viewed article on the site over the last six months, with the Olympic torch celebrations following close behind. Both had hundreds of pictures uploaded, by staff and web users alike.
The wet weather this year has also proved a popular talking point, with people submitting pictures of their local area and stories about travel difficulties and how businesses and houses have been damaged by flood water.
Once you have signed up to the site for free, you can upload your own photos, stories or even review a restaurant or other local service you may have used.
Business owners can add their details to our comprehensive directory free of charge.
You can email the digital publisher directly with any news or photos you may have, to email@example.com