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The Free Dictionary
Peace Treaty Ends 335 Years' War
It is said to have been extended by the lack of a peace treaty for 335 years without a single shot being fired, which would make it one of the world's longest wars and a bloodless war .
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Western morning News
Deadline nears for 600,000 loan fund
Time is running out for South West businesses to apply for a new A 600,000 loan scheme which could help them expand or boost their productivity.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Isles of Scilly get 'first ever' set of traffic lights
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Thu Apr 10, 2014
'Bullying' claimstrongly denied
IN RESPONSE to your article entitled 'Group tries to reform way port is operated' in the Falmouth and Penryn edition dated April 3, I wanted to write to clarify a few of the points raised to offer both corrections and to reassure readers.
Mid Devon Star
Unwanted clothing turned into charity cash
SATCoL introduced clothing banks into St Austell Brewery pub car parks in January 2013, and now operates 54 banks around Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Falmouth, Truro and Redruth road plans in 1billion plan to boost Cornish economy
Road improvements for Redruth, Falmouth and Truro are among the key suggestions in a 'Strategic Economic Plan' which outlines how A 1 billion 'could' be spent to boost the Cornish economy in the next seven years.
The rescue helicopter from Culdrose airlifted the yachtsman from the water.
An 81 year old man has been airlifted to Royal Cornwall Hospital from a cruise ship near the Isles of Scilly.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Western morning News
Westcountry's sweet 16 named as finalists in tourism Oscars
The VisitEngland awards highlight the very best hotels, businesses and people in the industry and will take place next month.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Cambridge Evening News
ANALYSIS: As new figures show more people commute to work on two...
Analysis carried out by Office of National Statistics has revealed where the most popular locations for people cycling to work in England and Wales are.
John Lewis introduces scanning mirrors in changing rooms
Britain's biggest department store chain is introducing a hi-tech electronic mirror into some changing rooms to scan the shape of customers and give them their precise measurements in seconds.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
This Is Exeter
BT given rural broadband monopoly, say MPs
Taxpayers risk being short-changed by the Government's A 1.2 billion rural broadband programme because BT is "exploiting its monopoly position", a powerful committee of MPs has claimed.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
The dark past of the world's smallest island
THIS remote and treacherous speck of land has a dark and sinister history. You won't believe the story behind the world's smallest island.
Sidmouth's 'one of the best places to live'
The new daffodils on Peak Hill add to the outstanding view. Photo by Terry Ife. Ref shs 2860-12-14TI To order your copy of this picture go to www.sidmouthherald and click on myphotos24 The town joins St Mary's and Sherborne in experts from The Times' 30 best places to live in the countryside.
Thu Mar 20, 2014
Newquay Airport woes continue as Easyjet rules out Gatwick link
Cornwall Council has welcomed today's announcement from the Government that it will provide a financial guarantee for the full four year duration of the Public Service Obligation for the Newquay to London air link.
Polish tall ship at centre of rescue after masts fell revisits Falmouth: PICTURE
The Polish sail training vessel that lost its masts and sparked a major rescue operation off Cornwall has revisited Falmouth.
Wed Mar 19, 2014
Nick Crane doesn't half lay it on thick. Visiting the Isles of Scilly he reminds us earnestly at one point that "the land I'm on is living on borrowed time.
The Scilly Isles are the perfect place for a relaxing break away from the rat race
Peter Fenton breezes into England's Atlantic outpost and discovers fabulous views, food and a hotel on islands that are never crowded Land's End? Not quite... that famous signpost at Britain's south-western tip points to New York 3,147 miles away.
Tue Mar 18, 2014
Minister signals a oeappetitea for Cornwall devolution deal
A Government minister has said there is an "appetite" to devolve powers to Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly as council and businesses leaders fine-tune proposals to claw responsibilities from Whitehall.
Fife has 'noisiest neighbours in whole of UK'
Householders in Fife made more complaints about noisy, messy neighbours than people anywhere else in the UK, a report has found.