Cornwall and Isles of Scilly County, England Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. The Duchess of Cornwall looks amazing in a Burberry trench coat - and matches with Prince CharlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Hellomagazine.com

    The Duchess of Cornwall is enjoying an annual visit to the South West with her husband Prince Charles . The action-packed trip focuses on the region's local businesses, from the artisan producers who help bolster the area's food and drink sector to innovative firms such as Finisterre, which creates sustainable outdoor clothing.

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  2. Republic accuses Prince Charles's Duchy of Cornwall of avoiding corporation taxRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2012 | This Is Money

    Clarence House defended the Prince of Wales' financial arrangements today after he was reported to authorities by pressure group Republic over claims the Duchy of Cornwall is a 'well entrenched tax avoidance scheme'. Republic, which campaigns for an elected head of state, claims the 675-year-old Duchy is a separate legal entity to the Prince - to whom it paid more than A 18million last year - making it liable for corporation tax.

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  3. John Kettley: Floods hit Cornwall this week but milder conditions on the wayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2011 | Daily Mail

    Back home, back to basics! Melania dresses down in denim jeans and a white shirt as she returns to D.C. after flaunting an array of luxury high-end fashions during week-long Europe trip Cornwall is the mildest county in winter, benefitting from the warmer Atlantic waters, but local gardeners say the past few weeks have been the worst since the harsh winter of 1890. The county saw a return of flooding at the start of last week.

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  4. Prince Charles admits to being fan of TV's PoldarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Streatham Guardian

    The Prince of Wales has revealed that on a Sunday night he likes nothing better than sitting down and watching the latest episode of hit TV drama Poldark. Charles' admission came when he visited a Cornish bookshop as he started his annual visit to the West Country and stumbled across some of the novels of Poldark writer Winston Graham.

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  5. Pottery was created by early man after a surge in heavy fishing at...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | Mail on Sunday

    The origins of pottery revealed: Ceramic jars were popularised in Japan 10,000 years ago when fishers started to use them to store salmon The change in function for ceramic pots took place during a surge in popularity for fishing at the end of the last Ice Age Ceramic jars were popularised by fishers in Japan at the end of the last Ice Age, according to a new study of some of the earliest known pottery remains. The containers were used to store salmon 10,000 years ago, but later held a wider range of food, including shellfish and marine mammals.

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  6. Corneal StreisandRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | Sciencebase Science Blog

    I started a blog post about the Isles of Scilly while we were island hopping there in July 2018, I was originally going to call it "Cornwall on Steroids". My muso mate Graham gave us some pointers on IOS and he calls it Cornwall Plus.

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  7. Falmouth College's netball team secured a league and cup double this seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | Falmouth Packet

    IT has been a fantastic year for Falmouth College's netball team. The girls formed as a new team in September, made up of both Year 12 and 13 students and trained hard, bonding fantastically as a team.

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  8. LETTER: We should help refugees and ourselvesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | Falmouth Packet

    Refugee children at a camp in Greece, taken by Bea Shrewsbury from the Falmouth and Penryn Welcomes Refugee Families group I am writing in response to recent coverage of a local group's plan to resettle a refugee family in Falmouth through a community sponsorship. I have recently moved to this area and am involved with the charity that has resettled two refugee families in Bude.

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  9. VIDEO: Sharon Wood Tournament reaches 50,000 milestone for Cancer ResearchRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | Falmouth Packet

    THE 18th edition of the annual Sharon Wood charity mini soccer tournament took place at Wendron United's Underlane ground on Sunday. Hundreds of children took part in the event, which featured around 100 teams from all over Cornwall competing across seven different age groups, from under-7s to under-13s.

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  10. Inquest rules death of Spitfire hero found in Cornwall 76 years after he crashedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | Daily Mail

    EXCLUSIVE: Hackers have crashed the network at LabCorp - one of the largest diagnostic blood testing laboratories in the US - sparking fears of exposing MILLIONS of patients' private medical records Heroic Spitfire pilot Daniel Cremin died after he and another plane crashed in mid-air, an inquest has heard - 76 years after his death. Both planes were completely destroyed and his family were sent a sealed coffin allegedly carrying his remains, which were buried at Wardour Roman Catholic Cemetery in Tisbury, Wiltshire.

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  11. WW2 pilot's 'tragic' death an accidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | BBC News

    A "very brave" young pilot died accidentally in a mid-air Spitfire crash during a wartime training exercise, a coroner has found. Sqn Ldr Daniel Cremin, 25, died on 24 March 1942 was killed when his plane collided with another and crashed in fields near St Erth, Cornwall.

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  12. Best in show winner Ken Rogers of Falmouth with his rare 1935 Jowett WeaselRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | Falmouth Packet

    A Falmouth man beat the 1,250 strong competition at the Wheels classic car exhibition, winning best in show with his rare 1935 Jowett Weasel. The competition was held at the Royal Cornwall Events Centre in Wadebridge on Sunday July 15, and saw a record 3,000 visitors in attendance.

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  13. Virgin Orbit's 747-400 Cosmic Girl which could launch from Spaceport CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | Falmouth Packet

    Space launches could be taking off from Spaceport Cornwall within just three years after an agreement was reached with Richard Branson's Virgin Orbit. Announced today at the Farnborough Air Show , the deal with Virgin Orbit will allow Spaceport Cornwall, which will be at Newquay Airport, to start to secure more companies to operate.

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  14. Stunning A 1.4m waterfront four-bed town house in CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | Daily Mail

    Fancy a dip? Stunning A 1.5m waterfront four-bed town house in Cornwall with stunning views has its own private steps that lead directly into the river The four-bedroom townhouse, which was rebuilt eight years ago, sits on the River Fowey in Cornwall and has private steps leading directly to the water. The property has two balconies and two terraces looking out onto the water - and most of the rooms have sea views.

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  15. Prince Charles and Camilla visit Fowey during Cornwall tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | Daily Mail

    Having fun! Little Louis beams with delight and proud mum Kate is all smiles too in gorgeous new snap as Royal Family release intimate photographs from prince's christening Bombshell Bourdain interview is published one month after his suicide: Celebrity chef unloads on 'rapey, gropey and disgusting Bill Clinton and hopes Weinstein is 'beaten to death in jail' 'You have to be dumb to think this wasn't deliberate': Tenants sue Jared Kushner's 'predatory' real estate company for 'pushing them out of rent-stabilized apartments' Five-figure clothing allowances, Marc Jacobs diaper bags, interest-free home loans and 24/7 drivers: The VERY generous perks of Conde Nast editors 'I'll travel to Britain to see my daughter whether I'm invited or not' says Thomas Markle who fears he is being shut out of Meghan's new royal life Trump begins his Putin summit day by celebrating making NATO 'strong and ... (more)

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  16. What to see and where to go at Stithians Show todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | Somerset County Gazette

    It may have been a slightly wet start to this year's Stithians Show but the skies have cleared and there is plenty to see and do at the county's largest one-day agricultural show. There is also a wealth of trade stands and local crafters keen to show visitors the best of what Cornwall has to offer.

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  17. Cornwall's a shore bet for family funHEADING west to Cornwall with...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | Daily Star

    Now, in the weary dad role, I'm ready to pass the baton of the great British staycation to my children. Sharing happy memories from my youth and making new ones with them is a great recipe for ensuring precious family time is all the more meaningful.

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  18. Schoolgirl fundraises for the doctors that saved her lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | Falmouth Packet

    Aged just three days old Helston schoolgirl Keira Dunn spent a fortnight in the county's neonatal unit, receiving specialist medical care. Having been born five days late, weighing a healthy 7lb 2oz, she suddenly became unresponsive and unable to feed, which doctors at the Royal Cornwall Hospital diagnosed as being the result of a stroke caused by a rare genetic disorder, Incontinentia Pigmenti.

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  19. God's wonderful railwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | Falmouth Packet

    God's wonderful railway, no not GWR! The one l refer to is the Helston Railway, yes there is one, operates from Trevarno Thursdays and Sundays with a two mile beautiful journey through the Cornish countryside,all volunteers who do a wonderful job,price reasonable as are the refreshments.

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  20. Spaceport in Cornwall could create more than 400 jobs, says VirginRead the original story

    Monday Jul 16 | Falmouth Packet

    The first British satellite launch in 50 years could take place from Cornwall within the next three years following a new partnership with Virgin Orbit. Virgin Orbit, a satellite launch company, has selected Spaceport Cornwall as an ideal location to operate and deliver one of the first launches of its LauncherOne system outside of its US home.

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