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Student wins award for Dartmoor documentary

Publish date: 2015/12/1 18:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Alex Nicol impressed judges with a film which focuses on ongoing legal arguments around river access in the UK
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University’s awards for service to the services

Publish date: 2015/12/1 01:45 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
The University and one of its reservist employees have been recognised as providing excellent support to the armed forces reserves.
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Plymouth University invited to join EnvEast Doctoral Training Partnership

Publish date: 2015/11/27 22:01 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Marine Institute to host NERC-approved PhD students
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Funding to investigate health improvement programmes in community supervision

Publish date: 2015/11/27 20:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
A study has received funding to investigate how Health Trainers might benefit those under community supervision to maintain better health
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Female engineering student geared up for greatness

Publish date: 2015/11/27 19:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Temi Danso hopes to inspire other female engineers after winning a prestigious scholarship with Jaguar Land Rover
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Is there a real risk from nanoparticles of plastic in the environment?

Publish date: 2015/11/26 19:50 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Plymouth University joins with Heriot-Watt in nanoplastics research project
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Climate change scientist says more must be done to meet 2-degree target

Publish date: 2015/11/25 21:51 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Professor Camille Parmesan assesses Paris climate conference
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Plymouth University partners with NATO on strategy and security masters degree

Publish date: 2015/11/25 20:10 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Signs memorandum of understanding with the Maritime Operational Training Centre
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Children's University celebrates its stars

Publish date: 2015/11/25 16:29 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Plymouth University hosts Devon and Torbay Children’s University graduation ceremonies
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Bright support for Brain Tumour Research

Publish date: 2015/11/24 22:30 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Bright Solicitors have chosen Brain Tumour Research, which has a Research Centre of Excellence at Plymouth University, as its charity of the year
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International award for Devon business breaking into Mediterranean yacht market

Publish date: 2015/11/24 19:15 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Praise for University wave tanks after successful testing
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Climate study finds evidence of global shift in the 1980s

Publish date: 2015/11/24 18:20 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Man-made warming and volcanic eruption fuelled biggest change in 1,000 years
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Business club to inspire innovation in Cornwall

Publish date: 2015/11/23 23:07 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Free events created and run by GAIN with Plymouth University, Cornwall Chamber of Commerce and Cornwall Innovation
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Why do medics from certain groups perform better or worse than others in the same assessment?

Publish date: 2015/11/23 23:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
A Plymouth University-authored report for the General Medical Council explores the concept of 'differential attainment' in medicine
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Expanding the horizons of musical imagination

Publish date: 2015/11/23 19:11 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
The 2016 Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival will showcase new technologies and approaches to composition and performance
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Lecturer aiming to solar-empower Zambia

Publish date: 2015/11/23 17:22 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Lecturer Dr Karen Treasure is delivering solar cookers to Zambia
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Serious game is a climate solution

Publish date: 2015/11/20 23:36 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
A Plymouth University lead initiative has been promoted internationally by Climate Action and Solutions COP21
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Businesses discover power of 3D microscopy

Publish date: 2015/11/20 22:35 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Plymouth Electron Microscopy Centre plans to invest in the next generation in electron microscopy analysis
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Plymouth University academic tops climate change paper citations

Publish date: 2015/11/20 22:15 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Professor Camille Parmesan has the most highly cited climate change paper, a report shows
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Ground-breaking research could challenge underlying principles of physics

Publish date: 2015/11/20 20:36 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
A team of physicists has published research that could change how scientists understand the formation of the universe.
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Fellowship for Plymouth dental educator

Publish date: 2015/11/19 20:09 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
A leading dental educator from Plymouth has been made a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Educators
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OPINION: What needs to be done to tackle the global crisis in antibiotics

Publish date: 2015/11/19 08:01 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
As well as developing new antibiotics, we need to be more careful about how we use the ones we have, says Plymouth University academic
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New marketing and sustainability framework revealed to practitioners

Publish date: 2015/11/18 19:12 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
The Sustainable Earth Institute, working with Friends of the Earth, marketing experts and members of CIM, are proposing six new foundation principles
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Melting Scandinavian ice provides missing link in Europe’s final Ice Age story

Publish date: 2015/11/17 20:04 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Explaining the cold snap at the end of the Ice Age
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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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Thin blue line in danger of disappearing under cuts

Publish date: 2015/10/16 01:20 Posted by Jane Slavin
Plymouth City Council Leader Tudor Evans has called for an urgent meeting with top police officials to discuss proposals to close two police stations in the city. Devon and Cornwall Police announced plans to close police stations and offices across their area in the next five years in a bid to save £29m from its current […] The post Thin blue line in danger of disappearing under cuts appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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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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Travel surveys to be carried out in Plymouth

Publish date: 2015/10/13 22:09 Posted by Tammy Baines
Surveys to collect important travel data will be carried out on some of Plymouth’s key routes over the next two weeks. The surveys will be used to gather up-to-date information on journeys made in the city, which is critical for funding submissions for major transport improvement schemes such as the Forder Valley Link Road. They […] The post Travel surveys to be carried out in Plymouth appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Senior council managers get a grilling from young inspectors

Publish date: 2015/10/13 20:26 Posted by Michaela Richards
Ten young people from Plymouth’s Young Inspectors group have been talking to the Council’s most senior managers about the experiences of children and young people in the city’s child protection processes. The project was started to make sure that the voice of the child was included in all aspects of work around children’s social care. […] The post Senior council managers get a grilling from young inspectors appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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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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Council helps win funding to help more go online

Publish date: 2015/10/13 17:28 Posted by Jane Slavin
Around 1,000 more people in Plymouth will be helped to get online as part of the city’s continuing mission to get more people – and services – internet savvy. Plymouth City Council is one of four councils nationally to be awarded £112,000 from the Big Lottery Fund as part of a ‘test and learn pilot’. […] The post Council helps win funding to help more go online appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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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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Thousands of Plymouth young people make their mark

Publish date: 2015/10/12 23:05 Posted by Michaela Richards
Over 9000 young people made their voices count at the weekend as they took part in the annual Make Your Mark campaign. Make Your Mark is a UK-wide ballot which gives young people aged 11-18 the chance to decide what Members of  the Youth Parliament should debate and vote on. A total of 9319 votes […] The post Thousands of Plymouth young people make their mark appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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More illegal tattoo equipment seized

Publish date: 2015/10/12 20:25 Posted by Michaela Richards
Tattoo equipment has been seized as another ‘scratcher’ has been raided through the Council’s Operation Itchy. Officers from the Council’s Public Protection Service, together with the police, executed a court order at an address in the city last week in the continued crackdown on illegal tattooists, known as scratchers. Scratchers are people who have bought […] The post More illegal tattoo equipment seized appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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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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Plymouth shortlisted for Green Energy awards

Publish date: 2015/10/9 23:47 Posted by Chris Gomm
Plymouth City Council and Plymouth Energy Community (PEC) have been shortlisted for two Green Energy Awards. The Council, which has been instrumental in the start-up and continued support of PEC, has been shortlisted for the Most Proactive Public Sector Body category at the awards, organised by Regen South West. The Council helped establish PEC in […] The post Plymouth shortlisted for Green Energy awards appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Plymouth based employers recognised for being Dementia Friendly

Publish date: 2015/10/9 18:05 Posted by Chris Gomm
Dementia Friendly employers in Plymouth are being recognised for their commitment as the city becomes more dementia aware. All local organisations that have signed up to Dementia Friendly status are being recognised at a special event at the Reception Room, Council House on Monday 12 October. In addition Plymouth City Council’s Cabinet will receive an […] The post Plymouth based employers recognised for being Dementia Friendly appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Delays to emails

Publish date: 2015/10/9 00:12 Posted by Tammy Baines
We are currently experiencing a ‘denial of service’ attack which means we cannot receive emails from outside the Council. We are working to resolve this as quickly as possible. A denial of service attack is where hackers try to prevent legitimate users from accessing a service. They usually do this by sending an excessive number […] The post Delays to emails appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Phishing email

Publish date: 2015/10/8 23:45 Posted by Tammy Baines
We have been made aware of a phishing email today, which claims to be from Plymouth City Council and contains a malicious attachment. The subject header of the email is ‘Invoice for Payment’ and it claims to be from CivicaReports@plymouth.gov.uk. The email did not originate from the Council and customers are advised to delete it […] The post Phishing email appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Events in Plymouth to mark Hate Crime Awareness Week

Publish date: 2015/10/8 21:19 Posted by Chris Gomm
A range of events are taking place in Plymouth to mark Hate Crime Awareness Week (10 – 17 October) and encourage local people to report hate crimes and incidents. Events are being held by organisations from across our local voluntary and statutory sector here in Plymouth. Hate crimes and incidents are targeted at a person […] The post Events in Plymouth to mark Hate Crime Awareness Week appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Plymouth’s young people urged to stand for the UKYP election

Publish date: 2015/10/8 19:02 Posted by Michaela Richards
Young people across Plymouth are being encouraged to get involved in the 2016 UK Youth Parliament (UKYP) Elections, which take place from Saturday 23 January to Saturday 30 January.  Plymouth’s young residents, aged 11 to 18 years, have until Friday 13 November to register their candidateship for the UKYP Elections. Four positions will be up […] The post Plymouth’s young people urged to stand for the UKYP election appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Get online in Plymouth libraries

Publish date: 2015/10/8 18:57 Posted by Tammy Baines
Plymouth City Council libraries are celebrating Get Online Week (12 to 18 October) with a number of free courses showing people how the internet can help make life easier. Total beginners can learn mouse and keyboard skills and find out how to navigate a website at the Central Library on Thursday 15 October. Other drop-in […] The post Get online in Plymouth libraries appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Cream of British comedy choose Plymouth for filming

Publish date: 2015/10/7 16:01 Posted by Chris Gomm
Plymouth’s iconic Civic Centre and Council House recently welcomed the cream of British comedy to the city for the latest Comic Strip film. For the new film, ‘The Comic Strip Presents…The Red Top!’, the film makers Great Western Features were looking for a building that could double up as 1970s newspaper offices in Wapping, plus […] The post Cream of British comedy choose Plymouth for filming appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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How Plymouth’s new history centre could look

Publish date: 2015/10/6 18:05 Posted by Jane Slavin
This is what Plymouth’s new history centre could look like at night. The team behind the project has issued the latest concepts for the project which will be a game changer in how Plymouth celebrates its incredible history and culture. The images are being released as exciting plans to put Plymouth on the national cultural […] The post How Plymouth’s new history centre could look appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Council now running personal alcohol licence holders course

Publish date: 2015/10/5 17:03 Posted by Michaela Richards
Plymouth City Council’s Public Protection Service is now running the Level two Personal Licence Holders Course. A personal licence is needed if you are responsible for the sale of alcohol for example in a restaurant, public house or shop/supermarket. This doesn’t mean you have to have a personal licence to be employed in a business […] The post Council now running personal alcohol licence holders course appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Help finalise transport improvement plans for Derriford

Publish date: 2015/10/2 17:46 Posted by Tammy Baines
Detailed plans for improving traffic flow in the Derriford area will be on public display next week. The Derriford Transport Scheme, which will see improvements on the A386 Tavistock Road, aims to reduce congestion and create more road capacity for the extra traffic that will be generated by proposed developments in the area. It will […] The post Help finalise transport improvement plans for Derriford appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Good reception for ‘shh patrols’

Publish date: 2015/10/2 00:47 Posted by Jane Slavin
Plymouth’s ‘shhh patrols’ had a good reception from students as they hit potential noise hot spots during Freshers’ Week. The team was out in the city centre, Mutley, Greenbank and Mount Gould to advise noisy students new to Plymouth to turn the dial down and think about their neighbours. The patrols, which involved the Council, […] The post Good reception for ‘shh patrols’ appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Public health services for young children and parents in Plymouth to become more joined up

Publish date: 2015/10/1 23:59 Posted by Chris Gomm
From 1 October, responsibility for commissioning (shaping and buying) health visiting services for young children passes from NHS regional teams to local authorities (councils). This “completes the jigsaw” of public health services, placing health visiting alongside other services which have been commissioned by councils since April 2013. The transfer will now enable all support commissioned […] The post Public health services for young children and parents in Plymouth to become more joine
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Successful scheme to give children extra support is back

Publish date: 2015/10/1 20:54 Posted by Michaela Richards
A successful scheme designed to support young people in Plymouth to gain important employability skills, with the support of volunteer mentors is back for a second year. Skills Aid Plymouth (SAP) is a joint project between Plymouth City Council and Plymouth’s Rotary Clubs, who have provided the majority of the volunteer mentors working on the […] The post Successful scheme to give children extra support is back appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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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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