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Students help over-60s stay fighting fit

Publish date: 2016/5/20 18:52 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Physiotherapy students are helping over-60s assess their health at a series of Functional Fitness MOTs.
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Workplace mediation can aid conflict management and boost employee relations

Publish date: 2016/5/20 15:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Research showed mediation schemes had achieved positive impacts when implemented in a range of organisations across both the public and private sector
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National Dementia Awareness Week marked by Plymouth project linking UK and China

Publish date: 2016/5/19 22:13 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Plymouth-based dementia expertise is to be used to improve dementia care in China
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Schools watch video game creations come to life

Publish date: 2016/5/19 17:05 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Competition winners from two local schools have designed characters for a new video game
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Academics and policy makers come together to debate sustainable future

Publish date: 2016/5/18 16:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Sustainable Earth 2016 will comprise two days of inspirational speakers, networking opportunities and creative workshops
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Researcher runs across the Westcountry in aid of dementia charity

Publish date: 2016/5/16 15:30 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
PhD student Tracey Evans from Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry is to run several half marathons in aid of charity
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Plymouth families to learn foraging skills thanks to Soup funding

Publish date: 2016/5/11 22:03 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
The Family Foraging Kitchen impresses the judges
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3.5M Euro funding for pan-European Alzheimer's training and research programme

Publish date: 2016/5/11 15:32 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Plymouth University leads a team which has been awarded 3.5M Euros for an innovative training and research programme for Alzheimer's disease
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Students showcase value of volunteering

Publish date: 2016/5/10 16:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Occupational Therapy (OT) students have held a special event to showcase the ‘immeasurable’ value of volunteering
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Down’s syndrome contract renewed with Plymouth University

Publish date: 2016/5/9 16:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Public Health England has renewed its contract with Plymouth University for neonatal screening for Down's syndrome and other chromosomal abnormalities
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Plymouth University plays a role in two BMJ Awards winners

Publish date: 2016/5/6 23:19 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Two winners from the BMJ Awards 2016 have involved teams from Plymouth University
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Stars of business to help showcase postgraduate programmes

Publish date: 2016/5/6 22:57 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Charleine Wain, a former contestant on 'The Apprentice' will be among those the sharing secrets of their success at the Master your Future event
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Opinions on fracking linked to political persuasion - study

Publish date: 2016/5/5 21:50 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
A person’s opinion on fracking can be predicted by their political ideology, according to a new study co-conducted by Plymouth University
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Academics hope to prevent foot ulcers by devising new pressure-predicting model

Publish date: 2016/5/3 17:59 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Dr Miriam McMullan from podiatry is working with Dr Jason Hughes from the University’s Mathematical Sciences Research Centre
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Devon couple launch aluminium boats to UK market

Publish date: 2016/4/29 20:52 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Ensign Boats working with University's MARIC facility
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University athletes triumph in European duathlon

Publish date: 2016/4/29 18:30 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Health professions students Sharn Hooper and Nicola Noble have won their respective age groups at the European Cross Duathlon Championships.
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Snails select sources of food based on dislike for smells rather than acceptable taste - study

Publish date: 2016/4/28 15:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Researchers analysed the preferences of hundreds of snails when presented with different cultivars of oilseed rape seedlings
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Conference to educate in digital safety and wellbeing

Publish date: 2016/4/26 16:48 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Digital Wellbeing and Safeguarding conference to help people stay safe online
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The legacy of Chernobyl - 30 years on

Publish date: 2016/4/26 15:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Professor Awadhesh Jha writes about the lasting impact and lessons learned from the Chernobyl disaster in April 1986
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Working with celebrated artists and craftspeople at London Craft Week

Publish date: 2016/4/25 22:11 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Two events, being coordinated through a partnership with Hole&Corner magazine, have been designed to transform preconceptions of making and craft
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Plymouth University Centre for Sustainable Philanthropy receives $1million to grow international philanthropy

Publish date: 2016/4/25 20:52 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
The CSP plans to expand its international reach, which already includes research contracts and teaching in the UK, US, Norway, Ireland and Australia
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Nurses and midwives find opportunity in new revalidation process

Publish date: 2016/4/25 19:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Key figures have gathered to discuss ways to benefit from the new revalidation process, which went live on 1 April.
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Global marine renewable energy firm offers students a glimpse of the future

Publish date: 2016/4/22 17:35 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
University hosts seminar and discussion with Carnegie Wave Energy
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Report shows medical revalidation is off to a good start

Publish date: 2016/4/22 16:30 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
A report compiled by Plymouth University for the General Medical Council shows success in the early years of medical revalidation
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Six Plymouth schools receive letter from the government

Publish date: 2016/2/13 00:08 Posted by Michaela Richards
The Education and Childcare Minister has written to six Plymouth schools who have raised aspirations and ensured disadvantaged pupils can fulfil their potential. To launch the Pupil Premium Awards, Sam Gyimah MP has written to all the schools to congratulate them on their efforts to boost achievement and raise aspirations among their disadvantaged pupils. The […] The post Six Plymouth schools receive letter from the government appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Think before you ink project launched in Plymouth schools

Publish date: 2016/2/12 22:02 Posted by Michaela Richards
Think before you ink! That’s the message to young people in Plymouth who may be thinking about getting a tattoo. Plymouth City Council have just launched a joint campaign, which warns that anyone who gets a tattoo under the age of 18 is breaking the law and could be putting their health at risk. The […] The post Think before you ink project launched in Plymouth schools appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Exploring ideas for Mount Batten Tower

Publish date: 2016/2/12 21:39 Posted by Jane Slavin
Plymouth’s historic Mount Batten Tower could be open to the public more often as part of the Council’s ongoing campaign to make the most of the city’s amazing waterfront. A feasibility study is underway to see if the tower, which was built in 1652 to protect the entrance to the Sound, can be opened up […] The post Exploring ideas for Mount Batten Tower appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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The new Lord Mayor designate of Plymouth has been announced

Publish date: 2016/2/12 20:06 Posted by Michaela Richards
Councillor Pauline Murphy, a Labour Councillor for the Efford and Lipson ward, will take over the reins from the current Lord Mayor, Councillor Dr John Mahony. The ceremony took place today in the Lord’s Mayor Dining Room at the Council House. Councillor Murphy said: “I am extremely honoured to have been selected for the position […] The post The new Lord Mayor designate of Plymouth has been announced appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Spreading the lurrve for trees this Valentine’s Day

Publish date: 2016/2/11 17:07 Posted by Jane Slavin
Tree lovers, incurable romantics and nature lovers are being invited to get mucky on Valentine’s Day… planting trees. The first of 12,000 new trees to be planted in the city’s new country park will go into the ground as hedgerows, as the city’s new country park starts to take shape. Plymouth City Council, together with […] The post Spreading the lurrve for trees this Valentine’s Day appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Busy half term for families at City Museum and Art Gallery

Publish date: 2016/2/11 00:44 Posted by Tammy Baines
Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery has a busy programme of family events and activities on offer during February half term. On Tuesday 16 February there’s a chance to make art and craft creations inspired by the thousands of objects in the Museum’s collections. The ‘Colour and Collage’ drop-in session will run from from 10.30am to 1pm with […] The post Busy half term for families at City Museum and Art Gallery appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Plymouth City Council leader’s response to rail funding announcement

Publish date: 2016/2/9 18:57 Posted by Jane Slavin
Statement from Council Leader Tudor Evans: on funding announcement for a new study into improvements to the railways between London and the South West.   “I would personally like to thank Great Western Railway for stepping in to fund this study that we so badly need to look at line speed improvements in the South […] The post Plymouth City Council leader’s response to rail funding announcement appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Council to consider plan for thousands of homes and jobs

Publish date: 2016/2/9 00:23 Posted by Chris Gomm
An £80million plan for 5,000 new homes and over 2,000 construction jobs is to be considered by Plymouth City Council. The second phase of Plan for Homes, covering 2016-2021, will be discussed at the Council’s next Cabinet meeting on Tuesday 16 February. The Plan includes 20 new initiatives which, if approved, will: Help Plymouth address […] The post Council to consider plan for thousands of homes and jobs appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Plymouth folk to ‘Clean for the Queen’

Publish date: 2016/2/8 20:30 Posted by Jane Slavin
A campaign to get a million people out and about cleaning up their communities is being backed by Plymouth City Council. Clean for The Queen aims to give the country a spruce up ahead of The Queen’s 90th birthday in April. The event runs from March 4 to 6 and the Council is looking for […] The post Plymouth folk to ‘Clean for the Queen’ appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Double award for local tattoo studio

Publish date: 2016/2/8 17:00 Posted by Michaela Richards
The fight to stamp out illegal tattoo artists, sometimes known as “scratchers” in Plymouth has taken another step forward. Barbican based tattoo studio Dust n’ Bones has become the first in the city to be a member of both the Tattoo Hygiene Rating scheme and Trading Standards Buy with Confidence scheme. The new rating scheme […] The post Double award for local tattoo studio appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Work starts on walking and cycling improvements between rail station and Central Park

Publish date: 2016/2/6 01:00 Posted by Tammy Baines
Work to improve walking and cycling links between Plymouth’s rail station and Central Park will soon get under way. The scheme, which will complement improvements already made around the station, will address many of the challenges faced by cyclists and pedestrians, including those with visual impairments. Improvements, which have been agreed following consultation with more […] The post Work starts on walking and cycling improvements between rail station and Central Park appeared fi
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Council recognised as Top 100 apprenticeship employer

Publish date: 2016/2/5 22:07 Posted by Michaela Richards
Plymouth City Council has been recognised in the prestigious Top 100 Apprenticeship Employer list, sponsored by City and Guilds, which is compiled annually by the National Apprenticeship Service and recognises excellence in businesses that employ apprentices. The list was announced at the National Apprenticeship Awards, which took place last month in London. After a tough […] The post Council recognised as Top 100 apprenticeship employer appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Compulsory Purchase Order on Widey Lane as Council tackles empty homes

Publish date: 2016/2/5 19:36 Posted by Chris Gomm
Plymouth City Council has served a Compulsory Purchase Order on a house that has been a derelict eyesore for years. The Secretary of State has approved the Council’s application for a CPO on the house in Widey Lane which has been subject to vandalism and anti-social behaviour. The site was where the Council launched its […] The post Compulsory Purchase Order on Widey Lane as Council tackles empty homes appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Bickleigh Down Eco-Village moves a step closer

Publish date: 2016/2/5 18:09 Posted by Chris Gomm
A new eco-village on the outskirts of Plymouth – which will provide jobs and homes and is thought to be the first of its kind in the UK – is moving a step closer to reality. Bickleigh Down, which off Tavistick Road and can be accessed from Towerfield Drive, is the name of the planned […] The post Bickleigh Down Eco-Village moves a step closer appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Preparation work begins for Derriford Transport Scheme

Publish date: 2016/2/5 02:24 Posted by Tammy Baines
Early preparation works for the Derriford Transport Scheme will get under way tomorrow. The scheme will help to reduce congestion along Tavistock Road and create more road capacity for the extra traffic that will be generated by proposed developments in the area. It will also include better facilities for public transport, walking and cycling. Derriford […] The post Preparation work begins for Derriford Transport Scheme appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Major new exhibition explores relationship between toys and conflict

Publish date: 2016/2/4 19:01 Posted by Tammy Baines
A new exhibition opening at Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery on Saturday 6 February explores the role of warfare in children’s play from 1800 to the present day. ‘War Games’ is a nationally touring exhibition from the V&A Museum of Childhood and will be on display until 18 June. The show, which is designed […] The post Major new exhibition explores relationship between toys and conflict appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Getting ready for major market makeover

Publish date: 2016/2/3 22:46 Posted by Jane Slavin
Plymouth’s City Market is to get a £3.5 million makeover as part of a major investment to help the city’s West End businesses. Market traders are being invited to an event next week to talk to the project team and see some of the proposed designs for the revamp that will secure the long term […] The post Getting ready for major market makeover appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Free event for private landlords on the new Universal Credit scheme

Publish date: 2016/2/3 00:50 Posted by Chris Gomm
Now that the Government’s new Universal Credit scheme has been introduced the City Council is hosting a special event to explain the changes for private landlords. Universal Credit is a single monthly payment for people in or out of work, which merges together some of the benefits and tax credits that people currently receive. Universal […] The post Free event for private landlords on the new Universal Credit scheme appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Plymouth celebrates National Libraries Day

Publish date: 2016/2/2 18:31 Posted by Tammy Baines
It’s National Libraries Day on Saturday 6 February and we’re celebrating with a programme of free events to show off what’s on offer at your local library. Gadget help, computer coding, family history and rhymetimes are just some of the activities taking place in libraries across the city. North Prospect Library is hosting its first teddy […] The post Plymouth celebrates National Libraries Day appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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You can now remember your pet at one of Plymouth’s new community orchards

Publish date: 2016/2/2 17:27 Posted by Michaela Richards
People now have the opportunity to celebrate the life of a family pet by purchasing a 5-year memorial plaque at one of the new community orchards. For £210 people can have a memorial plaque on a granite plinth set within one of the newly planted orchards and meadows. The new orchards at Central Park, Plympton […] The post You can now remember your pet at one of Plymouth’s new community orchards appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Fire crew cuts free Staffie with head stuck in Plymouth park...

Publish date: 2015/10/16 13:24 Posted by Plymouth Herald
Firefighters were called to a Plymouth park in the early hours if this morning after a Staffordshire Bull Terrier got its head stuck in a fence. A crew from Greenbank was sent to Freedom Fields park on Greenbank Road at 12.15am this morning. A dog was found with its head stuck in railings. Crews used hydraulic cutting tools to release the 4-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier from a metal gate.
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The day Emmeline Pankhurst, leader of the Suffragettes, was...

Publish date: 2015/10/16 12:30 Posted by Plymouth Herald
JUST over 100 years ago the plight of the Suffragettes hit the headlines – as Emmeline Pankhurst was arrested right here in Plymouth.The leader of the British suffragette movement was just five years away from welcoming the Representation of the People Act, giving women over the age of 30 who met certain property qualifications the suffrage, when she was met by police as she arrived into Plymouth.In 1913 Mrs Pankhurst was arrested on board the White Star steamship Majestic on arrival at...
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Plymouth flat goes up in flames as fire crews called

Publish date: 2015/10/16 04:44 Posted by Plymouth Herald
FIRE crews were called to a flat blaze in Plymouth tonight amid concerns there were people still inside. The fire broke out in a first-floor flat on Budshead Road in Whitleigh shortly before 6pm. Two appliances from Crownhill were sent to the scene and called for backup from a crew based at Camels Head. Two firefighters donned breathing apparatus to go inside the property and confirmed there was nobody inside. They used a hose reel and a safety jet to put out the fire, which completely destroyed
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UK's first pasty museum could be set to open in Cornwall

Publish date: 2015/10/16 03:33 Posted by Plymouth Herald
A BUSINESSMAN has launched a campaign to create the UK's first ever pasty museum. Malcolm Ball, the chief executive of WMC Retail Partners Plc, the company behind the transformation of the historic award-winning Old Spitalfields Market in London, is overseeing the creation of the new 13,000 square-foot St Austell attraction that is designed to celebrate the very best in the region's food and drink produce. He said: "I started to research whether there's any visitor attractions focussing..
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Future of Plymouth's Fort Austin to be discussed at Eggbuckland...

Publish date: 2015/10/16 03:15 Posted by Plymouth Herald
RESIDENTS are being asked for their opinion on the future of Fort Austin - one of the city's dilapidated 19th century military defences.Tory politicians, including Johnny Mercer MP and Eggbuckland councillors Ian and Lynda Bowyer, are hosting a public meeting at 10.30am on Saturday (17 Oct) outside the fort's entrance on Fort Austin Avenue to begin to gather people's views.Mr Bowyer said he was keen to see measures put in place to prevent anti-social behaviour at the historic location.Fort...
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Car park on site of major waterfront development to stay for...

Publish date: 2015/10/16 03:13 Posted by Plymouth Herald
A GIANT new development of shops, restaurants, homes and hundreds of student flats on Plymouth's waterfront looks to be two years away from lift-off. The Herald revealed in June how Sutton Harbour Holdings plc had new plans for the plot once earmarked for a BBC studio. The company wants to build a block called Sugar House, which would include shops, restaurants, car parking and homes for about 400 residents, and about 300 student flats at Sutton Harbour's East Quays. Bosses are aiming to have...
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Plymouth police station closures lambasted as MP calls for halt...

Publish date: 2015/10/16 03:06 Posted by Plymouth Herald
MOVES to shut Plymouth police stations has been lambasted by the city's council leader as chiefs are forced to make heavy cuts - but one Tory MP said police stations "do not help fight crime".The Thin Blue Line is due to get thinner as Devon and Cornwall Police bosses announced a litany of stations they plan to close over the next five years in a bid to save £29million from its current budget.Bases in Plympton, Beacon Park and Ivybridge are all under threat, along with Torpoint,.
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Friends of Fred West abused children

Publish date: 2015/10/16 03:01 Posted by BBC News - Devon
Friends of the serial killers Fred and Rose West sexually abused 10 children over a 15-year period.
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PICTURES: Army takes over historic fort near Plymouth ahead of...

Publish date: 2015/10/16 02:52 Posted by Plymouth Herald
The 150-YEAR-OLD Napoleonic Tregantle Fort near Plymouth is being recalled into action by the 16th Regiment Royal Artillery in their build up to deployment to the Falklands. The air defence 11 (Sphinx) Battery unit are using the fort – that was built to guard the Devonport Dockyard – for part of their intense training. The Regiment are in charge of operating the Army's only short range Rapier surface to air missile system. Major David Joyce said: "The fort has been here a long...
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Plymouth motorists fuming at being pulled over to take part in...

Publish date: 2015/10/16 02:08 Posted by Plymouth Herald
MOTORISTS may have to be a little more patient over the next two weeks as council staff carry out travel surveys on Plymouth's key routes. The surveys are set to be to gather up-to-date information on journeys made in the city, which is critical for funding submissions on major transport improvement schemes such as the Forder Valley Link Road. Council chiefs say the surveys will also provide the essential data needed to ensure that new road schemes meet current and future demand. Conducted by..
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Plymouth Apprentice stars are outsiders to get hired, according...

Publish date: 2015/10/16 01:53 Posted by Plymouth Herald
PLYMOUTH'S two Apprentice hopefuls are among the favourites to be fired next, according to the bookies. Neither Charleine Wain or Brett Butler-Smythe are among the top ten candidates tipped to win the latest series of the hit BBC reality show. Brett avoided being fired by Lord Sugar in the opening show last night, while Charleine shone in the teams' first task. But despite that she is still an outside bet to triumph at 18/1 according to most bookmakers. Brett is 16/1, while the current favourite
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Man who admitted sex assault on Plymouth student handed fine but...

Publish date: 2015/10/16 01:33 Posted by Plymouth Herald
A MAN who admitted sexually assaulting a young woman in the middle of Plymouth was let off with a fine and no need to sign the Sex Offenders Register. Marcin Balazy, of Hill Park Crescent, Greenbank was arrested by police following an incident at 4.55am on May 10 near the Student Union bar on the Plymouth University campus. At the time the victim told investigators she was followed by Balazy from the Cuba bar in North Hill to an isolated area within the campus. He then grabbed her around the.
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Student found dead in Plymouth halls of residence after taking...

Publish date: 2015/10/16 01:32 Posted by Plymouth Herald
A STUDENT in his first year living away from home was found dead in his Plymouth bedroom after taking a 'legal high', an inquest heard.Muhib Ahmed Abbas was discovered on the floor of his dorm room in Discovery Heights halls of residence after friends raised the alarm, saying they hadn't seen the 19-year-old for three days.Plymouth Coroner's Court was told how the Muslim teenager informed friends, not long before his body was found, that he wasn't feeling well and might have to go to...
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Plymouth cafe launches 'suspended coffee' scheme to help city's...

Publish date: 2015/10/16 01:11 Posted by Plymouth Herald
A PLYMOUTH cafe has set up a scheme which will see generous customers buy the homeless a hot drink.The Stoke Cafe, in Devonport Road, launched a 'suspended coffee' scheme last Friday (Oct 9) to help homeless people this winter.Sue Austin, who opened the cafe three years ago, says she first got the idea from travel website TripAdvisor."Somebody on TripAdvisor asked me if I had done a suspended coffee and I had to look it up to find out what it was," said the 53-year-old, who lives in...
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Tributes to schoolboy, 6, after sudden death in Plymouth

Publish date: 2015/10/16 00:58 Posted by Plymouth Herald
TRIBUTES have been paid to a "happy" Plymouth six-year-old following his sudden death.Sebastian Hibberd, aged six, was rushed to Derriford Hospital on Monday after taking ill at his home in Plympton.Paramedics were called to the home of the Boringdon Primary School pupil following reports that he was unwell, police say.He arrived at Derriford Hospital at about 3pm on Monday but sadly died a short time after.David Maddison, chief executive of Plymouth Learning Partnership, which...
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Cases which have appeared before Plymouth Magistrates Court

Publish date: 2015/10/16 00:49 Posted by Plymouth Herald
ASSAULT: VINCENT BAILEY, aged 34, of Moor Lane, Plymouth: assaulting an officer in the execution of his duty, driving without insurance and otherwise than in accordance with a licence – fined £70, ordered to pay £150 criminal courts charge, £85 costs, £50 compensation and £20 victim surcharge. CARL HAMMOND, aged 42, of Corner Brake, Plymouth: assaulting a man by beating and causing criminal damage to a taxi – 12-month community order with 160 hours...
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PROPERTY OF THE WEEK: Barn conversion near Plymouth offers...

Publish date: 2015/10/16 00:38 Posted by Plymouth Herald
HALF Penny Cottage is a reverse-level detached barn conversion tucked away in a secluded rural location at Venton near Lee Mill. The garden is surrounded by open countryside and enjoys far-reaching views to Dartmoor.An oak stable door opens into a hall with two double bedrooms and a well-equipped modern shower room.A staircase leads to an open plan living area with vaulted ceiling and a wood-burning stove on a slate hearth. The kitchen area has a country style kitchen with a Belfast sink,...
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Plymouth vocalist Ollie Hayne rejoins Rockafella: 'It's exciting...

Publish date: 2015/10/16 00:21 Posted by Plymouth Herald
A year after he left Rockafella to focus on training as a teacher, top local vocalist Ollie Hayne has rejoined the band and they are to play their first gig in the original line-up at the Thistle Park Tavern this week."The irony is that the Michael Mochen who took over from me as lead vocalist last year has just started a PGCE in music, so he needs time out for that," explains Ollie. "It was perfect timing really."Ollie had been with Rockafella practically since the formation
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Plymouth musician Jamie Lawson makes Radio 1's Track of the Day

Publish date: 2015/10/16 00:14 Posted by Plymouth Herald
Plymouth's very own popstar, Jamie Lawson, had his single made Track of the Day on Radio 1 on Thursday.Jamie was born in St Budeaux, has been signed by superstar Ed Sheeran's label and has had nothing since success since. His first single, Wasn't Expecting That, has already made it to Number 10 in the iTunes chart and on Thursday was played across all the day time shows on Radio 1. The singer has been supported by the likes of Radio 2's Jo Whiley and Radio 1 BBC Breakfast host, Nick Grimshaw....
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Children's arts centre to be created in Devonport Park

Publish date: 2015/10/16 00:13 Posted by Plymouth Herald
A NEW children's theatre and arts hub is to be created in Devonport Park after planning chiefs gave the idea the thumbs-up. Stiltskin Arts CIC brought back to life a former changing room for munitions workers in the park last year. Now it has been given the formal go-ahead to operate it as a children's theatre and to create an amphitheatre next to it. Iain Slade, director at Stiltskin Arts CIC, previously told The Herald how the Stiltskin's SoapBox Theatre building has been designed around...
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Two-car crash on Plymouth road

Publish date: 2015/10/16 00:11 Posted by Plymouth Herald
THERE are reports of a two-car collision in Plymouth this evening.A two-car crash took place on Eldad Hill at about 5pm today.A pale blue Honda and a silver Vauxhall Zafira were involved in the incident.Police have put a temporary single file traffic system in place causing slow-moving traffic in the area.No injuries are believed to have been sustained during the crash.Officers remain at the scene.More to follow.
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Sermon driver hit and killed cyclist

Publish date: 2015/10/15 23:11 Posted by BBC News - Devon
A lorry driver who reached over to play a sermon on his mobile phone moments before he hit and killed a cyclist is given a suspended jail term.
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Man had crossbow near playpark

Publish date: 2015/10/15 21:37 Posted by BBC News - Devon
A Plymouth man who was seen lurking in bushes near a playpark with a crossbow and arrows is jailed for more than two years.
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Police station closure plans revealed

Publish date: 2015/10/15 20:26 Posted by BBC News - Devon
Thirty-four police stations and offices are scheduled to close in Devon and Cornwall in the next five years due to budget cuts, the BBC learns.
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Exeter captain Yeandle extends deal

Publish date: 2015/10/15 18:17 Posted by BBC News - Devon
Exeter Chiefs captain Jack Yeandle signs a new contract which will keep him at Sandy Park until 2018.
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Footballer murderer loses appeal

Publish date: 2015/10/15 03:05 Posted by BBC News - Devon
A man jailed for life for murdering a young footballer in a vicious bottle attack deserves every day of his sentence, judges rule.
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Hospital cancer targets criticised

Publish date: 2015/10/14 17:39 Posted by BBC News - Devon
A hospital trust is branded "one of the worst" performing in the country by health bosses after it consistently failed to meet national targets for treating cancer patients.
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Four coral reefs revealed by robot

Publish date: 2015/10/14 10:39 Posted by BBC News - Devon
Marine scientists discover four deep-water coral reefs to the west of Ireland using an underwater robot.
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Man jailed for bottling charity runner

Publish date: 2015/10/14 02:04 Posted by BBC News - Devon
A teenager is jailed for smashing a beer bottle over the head of a charity runner on a seafront in Devon.
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Lorry driver admits crash death

Publish date: 2015/10/13 19:15 Posted by BBC News - Devon
A lorry driver admits causing the death by careless driving of a 53-year-old woman on the A303 in Wiltshire.
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School abuse probe to last until spring

Publish date: 2015/10/13 12:53 Posted by BBC News - Devon
An investigation into alleged physical abuse of vulnerable boys at a Devon school could last until spring 2016, the BBC learns.
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Sports car plunges 20ft off sea path

Publish date: 2015/10/11 21:14 Posted by BBC News - Devon
A car driver escaped unhurt from his car after it plunged off a coastal path into breaking waves.
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When Napoleon became a tourist attraction

Publish date: 2015/9/28 19:27 Posted by BBC News - Devon
The time Napoleon became a British media sensation - thanks to an involuntary Devon holiday - is to be commemorated.
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Messi provides inspiration for Grant

Publish date: 2015/9/23 14:51 Posted by BBC News - Devon
Exeter's Joel Grant aspires to be the best in League Two after a close-up view of Argentina star Lionel Messi.
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