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  1. Annahilt woman Joanna makes her West End debutRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Lisburn Today

    Joanna Hyndman recently made her West End debut as 'Swing' in what is probably one of Andrew Lloyd Webbers best known musicals of all time - 'The Phantom of the Opera', staged at Her Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket, London. The musical has been running for 29 years, with a total of eight shows per week playing to sell out crowds of around 1200 each performance.

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  2. Packed Winchester Cathedral for Requiem Eucharist for Michael Scott-JoyntRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 11 | Basingstoke Gazette

    THE flag fluttered at half-mast over Winchester , the bells pealed and the people of Hampshire gathered to say goodbye to a long-serving former bishop. The Right Rev Michael Scott-Joynt died on September 27, aged 71, three years after his retirement as Bishop, a position he held for 16 years.

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  3. Countryside campaigner selected as UKIP candidate for Plymouth...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | Western morning News

    The UK Independence Party has selected a rural champion and opponent of wind turbines to fight for the urban Parliamentary seat of Plymouth Moor View at the general election. Environmental campaigner Penny Mills, chairman of the Campaign to Protect Rural England in Torridge, is to contest the Labour held constituency, which is said to be one of UKIP's top five targets at the May 2015 poll.

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  4. Cow car charity trek gets mooo-ving from CuldroseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | Falmouth Packet

    Benjamin Goodwin and Daniel Pollard with the 'Cow Car' as 771 Naval Air Squadron gives them an RNAS Culdrose send off. Photo by POA Paul A'Barrow.

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  5. Night fishermen rescued in early morning shout for Falmouth RNLIRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | Falmouth Packet

    Volunteers from Falmouth RNLI were called out in the early hours of Sunday morning to rescue two people in a broken down speedboat just south of Pendennis Point. The inshore lifeboat was launched just after 1.30am after Falmouth Coastguard reported that the 17 foot speedboat Big Blue had suffered engine problems while out on a night fishing expedition in Falmouth Bay, 2 miles out from the point.

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  6. Referee abandons Appledore v Brixham Devon Premier Cup fixtureRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | This Is North Devon

    REFEREE Mark Chance surprised everyone as he abandoned the Carl Throgmorton Devon Premier Cup fixture between Appledore and Brixham with 20 minutes to play. Goals from Danny Jenkins and Sam Fishwick had put the home side into a comfortable 2-0 lead but the game was called off after the referee sent off Brixham manager Jason Couch and had a discussion with an away fan.

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  7. Surfing can prevent suicidal feelings in combat veterans with PTSDRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | IcLoughborough

    "We have tried calling various numbers in the past to attempt to get through to a street warden to no avail." Many of the 1st XI playing staff and management, including manager Tommy Brookbanks, walked out of the club this week claiming wages had not been paid for weeks.

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  8. 'Many people in poverty' says bishopRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 12 | Newsday

    The Right Reverend Tim Thornton was speaking at the opening of a new Devon and Cornwall Food Association centre in Lostwithiel. Research suggests that British families throw away an average of the equivalent of six meals per week in food waste.

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  9. Cornwall Housing 'makes dream come true' for former RAF officer from Carbis BayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 12 | Falmouth Packet

    A former RAF officer living in Hayle was looking for a new career after leaving the service, and now, with help from Cornwall Housing, is about to realise his dream of becoming a gas engineer. Ben Wearne enrolled on the accredited certification scheme for gas fitting operatives course with Brookhouse Training - a gas training company known for its MOD resettlement support.

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  10. Cyber gangs are targeting us ; 476,000 Cornwall, Devon and Somerset...Read the original story

    Sunday Oct 12 | Customer Interaction Solutions

    Cyber gangs are targeting us ; 476,000 Cornwall, Devon and Somerset residents' records traded on websites with access to stolen credit cards [Western Morning News ] Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) The personal information of almost half a million people living in the Westcountry is being traded on the "dark web" by cyber criminals, new research has revealed. Internet intelligence analysts found 476,000 records relating to people living in Cornwall, Devon and Somerset on illicit websites which are known for providing access to stolen credit cards, fake identities and drugs.

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  11. VIDEO: Volunteers mend mother's burnt homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 12 | BBC News

    A team of volunteer tradesmen and builders and friends are rebuilding the home of a single mother whose property in Helston, Cornwall was gutted by fire.

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  12. RUGBY: Penryn fall short in comeback over TruroRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 11 | Falmouth Packet

    A BRILLIANT second half effort by Penryn proved to be not enough in their derby clash with Truro at the Memorial Ground. Tries from Chris Instance, Kirk Oldfield and Ben Jordan saw Borough fight back from an 18-0 half time deficit to get within a single point of their local rivals.

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  13. Repair work to start on iconic 'Huer's Hut' on headlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | Falmouth Packet

    Cornwall Council has formally appointed a contractor to carry out works to the Huer's Hut, one of the most well known landmarks in Newquay. The Hut, a small stone building perched on the Towan headland in Newquay, is a Grade II* listed building, and a popular attraction with both visitors and local residents.

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  14. Good Hotel Guide includes pubs among best places to stay in BritainRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | Daily Mail

    An indoor pool, an aquarium and an indoor 'drive-in garage' for its own speedboat: On board a 196ft mega yacht From an isolated hotel without TVs or radios to a country house that boasts a Michelin star restaurant: These are the best places to stay in Britain Brits? You're all uptight, obsessed by tea, the royals and family trees, say Americans... and no, we can't understand Geordie accents either Wildlife park in southern China accused of animal abuse and neglect after emaciated horse drops dead while pulling tourists up steep hill Passengers jump down emergency chutes to exit Emirates plane as smoke fills cabin moments before take-off at Pakistan's largest airport Adrenaline junkie covers 22 countries, 1,500 miles of track and two NAKED world records as he achieves his dream of riding 1,000 roller coasters From boiling lava and ice bubbles to painted hills and blue desert mud: The ... (more)

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  15. Scilly walks and Brazilian bargains: Great getawaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | The Independent

    October brings cut-price sailings on ships relocating to the Caribbean from the Mediterranean. For example, P&O has a 15-night crossing aboard Azura for A 849pp departing Southampton on 31 October.

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  16. House prices in National Parks have A 125,000 premiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | The Independent

    Alex Johnson has been part of The Independent's online team since 2007. He has been writing about microarchitecture on his internationally-acclaimed Shedworking blog since 2006 and is the author of Shedworking: The Alternative Workplace Revolution.

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  17. Misery for commuters as flooded roads and leaves on the line mean...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | Daily Mail

    Meanwhile 70mph winds tore down trees in Cumbria, with one landing on a parked car before a separate vehicle careered into it, closing part of the A595. Strong gusts of wind cancelled train services in the region, where schools were closed because of power outages which also affected thousands of homes in the north west of England and Northern Ireland.

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  18. Historic images of the West Country show how little has changed...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | Daily Mail

    Historic images of the West Country show how little has changed over the years with beaches, harbours and towns looking just like they did in the 19th century Pictures taken at the dawn of photography depicting pretty seaside towns in the West Country show just how little has changed on the coast since the 19th century. Captured by James Valentine, Francis Bedford and Francis Frith, the stunning landscapes have scarcely changed since when they were taken between 1860 and 1880.

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  19. Helston MP takes sporting trophyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | Falmouth Packet

    Helston MP Andrew George's sporting achievements were rewarded when he was presented with the trophy for the best bowler at the Leedstown Cricket Club 1st XI's end of season award. Mr George said: "Younger players may rib me for being the oldest player in the team, but they can't ignore the facts.

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  20. Hotel lands 'best in Scotland' awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | BBC News

    The Green Park Hotel was named best in the country as part of the Cesar awards, named for famed luxury hotel founder Cesar Ritz. Built in 1889, the Green Park is a four-star, family-run 51-room hotel overlooking Loch Faskally in Pitlochry.

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