Cornwall and Isles of Scilly County, England Newswire

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  1. SWPL Division 1 West: Porthleven boss hoping to go one better this seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Falmouth Packet

    Porthleven were one of a number of sides in last season's SWPL Division 1 West promotion battle, before ultimately fading and finishing sixth The SWPL Division 1 West kicks off this weekend, and Porthleven manager Alan Carey spoke to the Packet to preview the new season. I felt that really we were very close but I just felt that the injuries at the end were too much and we didn't pick a settled side really in the last eight or nine games and it was at a crucial time.

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  2. Cornwall men who A 2m worth of counterfeit goods sentencedRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | BBC News

    A postmaster and his cousin imported and sold more than A 2m of fake goods, including toys, musical instruments and car badges. Gregory Whitehead, 49, and William Lemoyne, 36, both admitted conspiring to sell counterfeit goods from a warehouse described as an "Aladdin's cave".

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  3. Community says 'bye' to bobby as he heads into retirementRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Hunts Post

    Andy Street, a sergeant in the local policing team for St Ives and Ramsey, celebrated his last day as part of Cambridgeshire Constabulary on his 55th birthday. Members of the Ramsey and St Ives community gathered for a dinner in Needingworth on July 18 at the Pike and Eel, to thank Mr Street for his service.

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  4. Rapist, 31, who attacked teen on her birthday night out is jailed for eight yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Rapist, 31, who spiked his teenage victim's drink and told her 'you're enjoying it' as he attacked her on her birthday night out is jailed for eight years A rapist who spiked his teenage victim's drink before raping her on her 19th birthday night out has been jailed for eight years. Joseph Ahmed, 31, of Redruth, Cornwall, told the woman that he did not need her consent for them to have sex, adding: 'I'm raping you and you're enjoying it.'

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  5. SWPL Division 1 West: Wendron United boss looking forward to winning games againRead the original story

    Yesterday | Falmouth Packet

    The SWPL Division 1 West kicks off this weekend, and Wendron United manager Jack Greenwood spoke to the Packet to preview the new season. I think we had the makings of a good season and we went into December with a good run of fixtures ahead of us all at home that we could have maybe leapfrogged and started to compete at the top end of the table, and then all of those got cancelled and we didn't play until February and our season just sort of went downhill from there, so it was very frustrating.

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  6. Double decker bus burns to a crisp near St KeverneRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Falmouth Packet

    The driver and passengers of a double decker bus were lucky to escape unscathed after it burst into flame earlier today . Firefighters were called at 1.36pm after the bus caught light on the B3293 travelling towards St Keverne.

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  7. Footballer sentenced for violently raping a woman on her birthday night outRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Falmouth Packet

    A footballer who violently raped a woman after a night out in Falmouth has been sentenced to five years in prison. Joseph Khdim Ahmed, 31, of Clinton Road in Redruth met his victim at a house party in Falmouth on December 2 2016 when she was celebrating her 19th birthday.

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  8. Ever wondered where your recycling goes? - find out hereRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Falmouth Packet

    Every fortnight in Cornwall households take out their brightly-coloured recycling bags filled with rubbish which can be recycled and reused to be collected from the kerbside. Or you might load up your car after a clear-out and take your waste to your local household waste recycling centre.

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  9. Swimmer in exhibition of 100 pioneering 21st Century womenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Somerset County Gazette

    LONG distance swimmer Beth French has featured in an exhibition of 100 pioneering women of the 21st Century at London's Royal College of Art. Beth, from Milverton who recovered from ME during her youth and is an ordained Buddhist nun, is included in the gallery of remarkable people as the first woman to swim from Cornwall to the Isles of Scilly.

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  10. Shebbear students celebrate 100% pass rate at A-levelRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | North Devon Gazette

    The class of 2018 achieved a 100 per cent pass rate, with students achieveing A*-B grades well above 60 per cent. One of the standout performers was Rob Temple, who achieved an outstanding three A*s and one A in biology, maths, physics, and chemistry.

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  11. Swallow flies over her four baby birds and gives them their morning feedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Mail

    Eat your breakfast, you lot! Heart-warming moment mother swallow flies over to her four baby birds and gives them their morning feed The adorable baby swallows can be seen waiting to be fed with their mouths open as their mother flies over Mr Tonkin had his camera on a shutter speed of 2000ths of a second with a rate of ten frames per second This is the sweet moment a mother swallow flew over to her four little baby birds to give them their morning feed. The adorable baby swallows can be seen snuggled up to each other waiting for their breakfast with their mouths wide open.

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  12. Snapp Shots: Lamplighters to present worlda s a best Gilbert & Sullivan availableaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Inside Bay Area

    O Rapture! The Bay Area's award-winning Gilbert & Sullivan troupe, The Lamplighters, are presenting a brilliant reimagining of my favorite G&S operetta of all, "The Pirates of Penzance." Alan Rich, the music critic for L.A. Weekly, calls The Lamplighters "the best Gilbert & Sullivan available in the country," but with all respect to Mr. Rich, he's wrong.

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  13. Lizard lifeboat launches three times in six daysRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Falmouth Packet

    The run of shouts began just after 11pm on Tuesday last week, with reports of a high risk missing person thought to be in the area of Kynance Cove. Mullion Coastguards and the police were also called and shortly before the lifeboat arrived the casualty was found.

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  14. RNLI crews called to vessel stranded in waist-deep water in Poole HarbourRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Bournemouth Echo

    LIFEBOAT volunteers were called to an emergency call after a 19-foot vessel ran aground in Poole Harbour on Tuesday. A crewmember aboard the Cornish shrimper made a 'pan pan' message at 12.50pm when the vessel ran into trouble halfway between Furzey Island and Round Island.

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  15. Cornwall cricketers to take on Berkshire in bid to end county season on a highRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Falmouth Packet

    Cornwall travel to Banbury on Sunday for the penultimate game of this year's Unicorns Counties Championship, writes Michael Weeks . Berkshire complete their campaign at Cheshire and Wiltshire and should they slip up Oxfordshire will be keen to win against the Duchy to keep the pressure on.

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  16. Ramping up the fundraising for Helston skatepark at Revamp the Ramps eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Falmouth Packet

    It is after a report carried out as part of a larger restoration of the park showed that the skatepark, which was already second hand when it was installed in 2007, would "not survive another winter." Dave Bateman, who organised the event with his partner Clare, said: "There was a fantastic community spirit and it has re-ignited the passion for the skatepark."

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  17. Secret plans to merge Helston police and fire services shelvedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Falmouth Packet

    Secret plans to merge Helston's police and fire services into one building have been shelved - at least for now. The Helston Packet can reveal that 2019 had been the year that the proposed merger would take place, but this is "not even on the table" anymore.

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  18. Over 1,000 entries to Trewennack Show - PHOTOS and RESULTSRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Falmouth Packet

    There was the added attraction of Breage Band playing during the afternoon, after the show was opened by former Helston mayor Gillian Geer and before the prizes and cups were presented by Jane Drew. There were almost 1,000 entries from both adults and children and, for the fourth year, the show included the Inter-Schools Challenge.

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  19. Family sell home to fund autism therapy for speechless son - and it worksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Falmouth Packet

    It's time to buff up those dancing shoes for a ladies' night fundraiser complete with stripping local lads next week to fund further therapy that has helped a Helston schoolboy with autism learn to speak. Two and a half years ago William Stuteley was trapped in his own bubble of emotions, unable to vocalise them or understand the world around him.

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  20. Power restored to Huntingdonshire homes after outageRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 13 | Hunts Post

    Areas including St Ives, Warboys, Yaxley and Stukeley Meadows were believed to have bene affected by the power cut according to UK Power Networks. A spokesman for UK Power Networks said: "An underground electricity cable faulted on our high voltage network, causing an area wide power cut."

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