Penzance, England Newswire

Penzance, England Newswire

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  1. Your Children In Need 2018 photosRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Falmouth Packet

    Cornwall got down to the 'bear' necessities of fundraising yesterday when people all over the county raised money for Children In Need. This included at schools across the Packet region, where pupils were encouraged to come in dressed in spots, as bears and even in their pyjamas.

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  2. Court list: Penryn man pleads guilty to drunk and disorderly behaviourRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 14 | Falmouth Packet

    Joshua Liam Bennetto, 23, of Harris Court, was discharged conditionally for nine months and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of 20 and court costs of 85. A PRAA Sands man was ordered to pay compensation for taking a motorbike without permission and riding it without valid insurance. Daniel Frederick Avery, 29, of Pengersick Estate, pleaded guilty to the two charges and was ordered to pay compensation of 220 and a victim surcharge of 20. He was also ordered to pay 85 in court costs and his driving record was endorsed with six penalty points.

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  3. Bob Brown wants horses on beaches to be election issue| VideoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | Warrnambool Standard

    Opponents: Bill Yates, left, Teresa O'Brien, Bob Brown, Shane Howard, Kirsa van Scheepen with Taaru Morgan, front, and Stella Nowakowski and others fighting to maintain the ban on horse training on Levy's Beach. Picture: Morgan Hancock Veteran environmental campaigner Bob Brown has urged candidates in this month's state election to pledge not to alter laws to reverse the current ban on horse training on Levy's Beach near Warrnambool.

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  4. Bid to host cycle race moves forwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 12 | Falmouth Packet

    CORNWALL councillors will be clamouring to have the Tour of Britain race through their areas after the council agreed to press ahead to host the launch stage of the cycle race. The council's Cabinet agreed this week to provide funding of up to 345,000 to underwrite the core costs of hosting the Grand Depart stage of the event in 2020.

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  5. Artists Create Giant Portraits on UK Beaches Honoring World War I...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 11 | Time

    Artists created 32 enormous sand portraits on beaches all over the United Kingdom to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended the World War I on Sunday. The portraits, depicting casualties of the war, were created as part of a remembrance project organized by filmmaker Danny Boyle, in partnership with 14-18 NOW, a UK artistic program that commissions artwork to commemorate the centenary of World War I. The project, called Pages of the Sea , worked with arts groups all over the UK to create portraits on the same day, on beaches in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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  6. Portlaoise Musical Society launches 20th anniversary productionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 11 | Leinster Express

    Portlaoise Musical Society celebrates two decades of musicals this year as they present their 20th Anniversary show in the epic Titanic-The Musical at Dunamaise Arts Centre Portlaoise from 24 November to 1 December. It will be presented by a 74 member cast and team including Director Paul Norton, Choreographer Grace McGrath and Musical Director Emer Hartnett.

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  7. Man sent to jail after leaving flowers and a note on doorstepRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | Falmouth Packet

    In leaving the flowers and note without reasonable excuse, he breached a restraining order which had been imposed by Bodmin magistrates on February 10. The reason for his prison sentence was because the defendant "has a flagrant disregard for court orders, because of previous convictions and a need to protect the victim". Nikolai Dinev, aged 48, of The Parade, Tregolls, has been banned from driving for six months after committing the offence on May 16. Christopher Michael Williams, aged 19, of The Glebe, committed the offence on May 14 and has been disqualified from driving for 12 months.

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  8. Former ENO Artistic Director John Berry CBE Launches New Commercial Theatre VentureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | BroadwayWorld.com

    John Berry CBE is proud today to announce Scenario Two, a brand-new commercial theatre venture created with fellow creative industries heavyweight Anthony Lilley OBE, with support from Stephen Garrett and Max Hole CBE. Scenario Two is a new company focused on commercial theatrical production in London, the rest of the UK and Internationally.

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  9. Top French trainer urged to target Cup next yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | The Age

    It's been seven years since a French horse won the Melbourne Cup but the doyenne of France's most famous racing family says the Chantilly-based Head stable might just have a candidate to take the prize next year. Criquette Head-Maarek, the 70-year-old newly-retired matriarch of French racing, believes her brother Freddy - once one of France's leading riders, now one of it's best-known trainers - could target the $7.3 million Cup with one of his emerging stayers next year.

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  10. Rail line closure at Dawlish to affect Penzance to London Paddington trainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | Falmouth Packet

    A section of the main railway line between Penzance and London will be closed tomorrow due to high sea levels. Until sea levels fall and the railway line can be inspected in daylight, Network Rail is closing the line between Newton Abbot and Exeter, at Dawlish, from the start of service on Wednesday, November 7 following a Met Office weather warning.

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  11. Cows invade A30 roundaboutRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | Falmouth Packet

    Motorists could have been forgiven for having beef over their delayed journeys at the weekend after cows blocked the road of the A30. The startled cattle, which looked to be Holstein-Friesians, were being transported by road when it is understood the trailer opened up as it went around a roundabout close to Tesco at Eastern Green, Penzance on Saturday afternoon.

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  12. A Victorian street that was demolished in the Second World War has been unearthed in CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | Daily Mail

    Victorian slum that was demolished in the Second World War is discovered under a Cornish street by construction workers and reveals 'time capsule' of fire places, oven doors and floor tiles The site is also home to a fire place, oven doors, floor tiles, patterned lino and a range of other artefacts. This old oven door found in the remains of one of the homes was discovered by archaeologists and the plaque fitted to the front indicates it was manufactured locally These iron railings were found at the site and may have come from one of the front gardens, but archive images of the street show most properties had wooden fences Work has now ground to a halt on the site as archaeologists sweep the area looking for more historical finds.

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  13. MP questions why Budget failed to fulfil Prime Minister promise on Stadium for CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | Falmouth Packet

    West Cornwall MP Derek Thomas has spoken in a Commons Budget debate to express his disappointment that the Chancellor failed to make any announcement about the Stadium for Cornwall in his Autumn Statement. In April this year Cornwall Council agreed to provide 3million towards building a stadium on a site near Threemilestone, to be a home ground for the Cornish Pirates and Truro City FC as well as provide business and conference facilities and kitchen and hospitality training facilities for Truro and Penwith College.

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  14. Trains cancelled and delays of up to 60 minutes on trains out of CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | Falmouth Packet

    Delays of up to an hour are being reported on both the Great Western Railway and around 30 minutes on Cross Country services. ️A broken down train between #Penzance and #Truro means the line towards #LondonPaddington is currently blocked.

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  15. The formula that's predicted 18 of last 20 Melbourne Cup winnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 4 | Yahoo!

    With a plethora of form guides and expert predictions doing the rounds on the eve of the race that stops a nation, we've simplified things for you. This year the race is worth $4 million to the winning owners, along with a trophy valued at $200,000.

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  16. Thousands flock to Melbourne CBD for annual Cup paradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 4 | ABC News

    Thousands of people from across Australia and overseas have lined the streets of Melbourne's CBD for the city's annual Cup parade. Parts of the city were brought to a standstill as previous Cup-winning horses such as Might and Power, Rogan Josh, Paris Lane and Prince of Penzance were paraded down Swanston Street.

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  17. Court list: Brill man narrowly avoids prison for breaching suspended sentenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 1 | Falmouth Packet

    A BRILL man narrowly avoided jail time after breaching the terms of a suspended sentence imposed for battery and actual bodily harm. Gavin Michael Perraton, 27, of Higher Trengove in Brill, failed to complete the 200 hours of unpaid work that he was sentenced to in August.

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  18. Tour of Britain coming to CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 1 | Falmouth Packet

    CORNWALL looks set to host the first stage of the Tour of Britain cycle race in 2020 and the possible routes have been revealed. A report going to Cornwall Council 's Cabinet on Wednesday recommends that the council submits a bid to host the first stage of the event in 2020.

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  19. Commercial horse training ban at beach to be reviewed: mayorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 1 | Warrnambool Standard

    New mayor Tony Herbert has revealed the indefinite commercial race horse training ban at Levys Point beach will have to be reviewed, less than a week after Warrnambool City councillors voted it would take no further action. Cr Herbert said the council would have to re-visit the indefinite ban decision if Warrnambool Racing Club again raised the issue with it.

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  20. Court File: Man stole four spectacle frames from SpecsaversRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 25 | Falmouth Packet

    He was fined 40 and ordered to pay 30 victim surcharge and 85 costs. His licence was endorsed with three points.

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