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Council backs bungalow scheme

Publish date: 2018/12/20 23:59 Posted by Chris Parsons
A new Council initiative will see the first bungalows built in Plymouth for a number of years. Five new bungalows will be built on the site of the former Sure Start Centre on Ham Green Lane, as part of the council’s commitment to improve housing across the city. In partnership with Westward, this 100 per […] The post Council backs bungalow scheme appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Smarter steps to tackle road flooding

Publish date: 2018/12/20 23:32 Posted by Tammy Baines
Smart water sensors are being trialled in gullies to help prevent flooding on Plymouth’s roads. The sensors, which have been installed in 20 locations that are prone to flooding, measure water and silt levels and use real-time weather data to send email and text alerts when there is potential for problems to arise. They can […] The post Smarter steps to tackle road flooding appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Campaign for city’s children is working

Publish date: 2018/12/20 22:25 Posted by Jane Slavin
A campaign for more funding for children with special education needs has been partially successful, with an extra £350 million promised over the next two years. Councillor Jon Taylor, Cabinet member for Education, Skills and Transformation today gave a cautious welcome to this week’s announcement from Nadhim Zahawi MP (Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Children […] The post Campaign for city’s children is working appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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New winter shelter for rough sleepers

Publish date: 2018/12/20 20:38 Posted by Chris Parsons
Rough sleepers will have somewhere to go this Christmas and throughout the winter thanks to some new accommodation. Plymouth City Council has joined forces with partners BCHA, PATH, Shekinah and Plymouth Soup Run to open the currently disused Stonehouse Creek Community Centre overnight from Friday 21 December. With some of the colder nights of the […] The post New winter shelter for rough sleepers appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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New cycle route for Southway to Plymbridge

Publish date: 2018/12/18 20:19 Posted by Chris Parsons
Plans for a major new cycling and pedestrian route in the north of the city have been revealed. The scheme will provide a completely off-road link between Southway and Plymbridge Woods. Beginning at Pendeen Crescent, the route will run past Southway Shopping Centre, up to the George Junction and then along Plymbridge Road, all the […] The post New cycle route for Southway to Plymbridge appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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New blue plaque honours Plymouth’s first female doctor

Publish date: 2018/12/18 19:37 Posted by Jane Slavin
A new blue plaque honouring a pioneering female medic has been unveiled on the University of Plymouth’s campus. Dr Rosa Bale was born in Barnstaple in 1864. She became Plymouth’s first female doctor, and possibly the first one west of Bristol, in either 1895 or 1896, having qualified at the London School of Medicine for […] The post New blue plaque honours Plymouth’s first female doctor appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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City wide walking competition sends Plymouth pupils over the moon!

Publish date: 2018/12/18 18:30 Posted by Chris Gomm
The winners of Plymouth’s first ever Classroom To Moon Challenge have been announced. Prizes included a visit from mobile planetarium Space Odyssey for winning schools or new scooter storage from Scooterpods, providing a real incentive for clocking up those space-minutes. Small prizes of water-bottles, pens or reflective keyrings along the way rewarded ‘Walker of the […] The post City wide walking competition sends Plymouth pupils over the moon! appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Council work with Unite to protect construction workers

Publish date: 2018/12/18 01:13 Posted by Chris Parsons
A £40 million construction project in Plymouth was the venue for signing a new charter that will ensure that working conditions and building standards on construction projects under the control of Plymouth City Council meet the highest standards. The charter commits the city to working with the Unite union to ensure direct employment status and […] The post Council work with Unite to protect construction workers appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Crematorium planning application submitted

Publish date: 2018/12/17 21:36 Posted by Chris Parsons
The vision to provide Plymouth with a new state of the art crematorium has taken a further step towards reality after hitting a major milestone. Following months of consultation and design work, a planning application was submitted on Friday. Plans show that the new, £12 million facility on a 17-acre site on the eastern edge […] The post Crematorium planning application submitted appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Women march in centenary Celebration

Publish date: 2018/12/14 23:56 Posted by Jane Slavin
Women from across the city took part in a march today to celebrate the centenary of some women being given the opportunity to vote for the first time in the UK. The 100 Metre March, each metre representing a year of women being able to cast a ballot, involved women from politics, business, academia and […] The post Women march in centenary Celebration appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Cameras help tackle anti social behaviour

Publish date: 2018/12/14 00:13 Posted by Chris Gomm
Levels of anti-social behaviour have fallen in a city neighbourhood after CCTV cameras were installed. Footage from the cameras around Whitleigh Green has been used by housing association Plymouth Community Homes (PCH) and the police to crack down on crime locally. PCH and Plymouth City Council have jointly paid for the cameras, which were installed […] The post Cameras help tackle anti social behaviour appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Plymouth increases efforts to recruit foster carers and adoptive parents in run up to Christmas

Publish date: 2018/12/13 21:49 Posted by Chris Gomm
Plymouth City Council is stepping up its efforts to attract more people in the city to become foster carers or to adopt. The Council is giving a boost to its foster carer recruitment campaign, which will include a group of looked after children who are recording a Christmas radio message thanking everyone who made an […] The post Plymouth increases efforts to recruit foster carers and adoptive parents in run up to Christmas appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Contract awards set final phase of works at Elizabethan House in motion

Publish date: 2018/12/13 21:07 Posted by Jane Slavin
The final phase of design works to the historic Elizabethan House has been given the green light with the appointment of two internationally experienced companies to lead on the interpretation design and installation. The overall design and installation contract has been awarded to The Hub Limited. The specialist contractor has already been appointed to lead […] The post Contract awards set final phase of works at Elizabethan House in motion appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Funding approved for Plymouth Road works

Publish date: 2018/12/13 00:22 Posted by Chris Parsons
Junction improvements in the east of Plymouth have been given the go-ahead. The scheme will see ageing traffic signal equipment on Plymouth Road in Plympton replaced with the latest technology and will also provide more road capacity whilst making pedestrian and cycling improvements. A major part of the scheme is an extension to the eastbound, […] The post Funding approved for Plymouth Road works appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Council take reins in fight against litter louts

Publish date: 2018/12/12 23:42 Posted by Chris Parsons
Plymouth City Council is taking back control of environmental enforcement. Since March, Kingdom Services Group have worked in partnership with the Council to deliver enforcement aimed at deterring littering, fly-tipping, fly-post and dog fouling and control. In a move designed to allow a more flexible approach to keep our city clean, this service will now […] The post Council take reins in fight against litter louts appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Digital Declaration promises better Council Services

Publish date: 2018/12/12 16:06 Posted by Michaela Richards
Plymouth City Council has joined a number of other local authorities and public sector organisations who have pledged to work together to improve digital services for their residents. The Council has officially signed the Digital Declaration, which was initiated by the UK Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government’s (MHCLG) and publicly commits to embracing […] The post Digital Declaration promises better Council Services appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Your views on school admission arrangements

Publish date: 2018/12/11 01:13 Posted by Jane Slavin
Parents are being asked to have their say about the school admissions process in Plymouth. The Council is working with schools to encourage parents for their views on the proposed school admission arrangements for the start of the 2020 academic year. While 2020 seems a long way off, schools are already making sure that applying […] The post Your views on school admission arrangements appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Christmas trees to remember loved ones

Publish date: 2018/12/7 19:47 Posted by Jane Slavin
Three memorial Christmas trees have been unveiled across Plymouth’s two cemeteries. Christmas trees have been placed in the waiting rooms of both Weston Mill and Efford Cemeteries, for members of the public to decorate with messages on special tags to remember friends and family. The trees proved very popular last year with over 100 messages […] The post Christmas trees to remember loved ones appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Photography exhibition highlights role of volunteers

Publish date: 2018/12/6 22:51 Posted by Chris Parsons
The fantastic work of the Active Neighbourhoods Project is being celebrated with a unique photography exhibition. On Wednesday, volunteers gathered at Ocean Studios, Royal William Yard for the first glimpse of specially commissioned portrait photographs of volunteers in their favourite spaces for nature in Plymouth. Some of the key successes of the project, which is […] The post Photography exhibition highlights role of volunteers appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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New strategy for children’s home procurement

Publish date: 2018/12/6 20:27 Posted by Chris Parsons
Steps are being taken to stop private companies cashing in on vulnerable children. A report which sets out a clear set of guidelines for providing residential placements for young people in care, will be considered by the Council’s Cabinet next week. Plymouth, like most local authorities, is subject to the national trend of decreasing budgets […] The post New strategy for children’s home procurement appeared first on Plymouth News Room.
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Supportive dental professor awarded Honorary Doctorate by the University of Plymouth

Publish date: 2018/8/24 20:48 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Professor Nairn Wilson CBE, a Past President of the British Dental Association, collected his award from the Head of Peninsula Dental School
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Nursing students take over running hospital ward

Publish date: 2018/8/24 17:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
The initiative is part of a new model of learning – believed to be a first for the South West.
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Kelp forests function differently in warmer oceans

Publish date: 2018/8/24 16:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Researchers say this direct result of climate change has the potential to alter how species function in the future
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Why can weever fish make beach visits a painful experience?

Publish date: 2018/8/24 15:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Research examines species that is relatively understudied despite a fearsome reputation with bathers and fishermen
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Researchers quest for autonomous control in 11th World Robotic Sailing Championship

Publish date: 2018/8/23 17:28 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
A team from the School of Engineering is developing a series of vessels that could be put to sea conducting a range of studies and surveys
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Denis rides again – charity cycle for life-saving medical research

Publish date: 2018/8/22 15:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Denis Wilkins is cycling from Land’s End to John O’Groats to support research at the University of Plymouth
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Scientists join forces to boost crop production

Publish date: 2018/8/21 17:03 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Academics from Plymouth and Saudi Arabia are exploring joint projects that would allow plants to be grown in controlled conditions
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Robots will never replace teachers but can boost children’s education

Publish date: 2018/8/16 02:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Researchers say current technical limitations mean their role will largely be confined to that of teaching assistants or tutors
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Robots have power to significantly influence children’s opinions

Publish date: 2018/8/16 02:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
A study published in Science Robotics provides an interesting insight into how robots could be used positively within society
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Research grant to develop vaccine for mastitis in cows

Publish date: 2018/8/15 21:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
University spinout company The Vaccine Group (TVG) led by Dr Michael Jarvis, has received £50,000 from the global Bacterial Vaccine Network (BactiVac)
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Factory conditions could alleviate climate threat to plant production

Publish date: 2018/8/15 16:11 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Plant Factory Cornwall aims to use artificial lighting to create the best possible conditions for crops to flourish
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Why we need more men to become nurses

Publish date: 2018/8/13 15:30 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Adult Nursing lecturer Kevin Hambridge explains his personal and professional experience of combating the stereotype
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Altered images: new research shows that what we see is distorted by what we expect to see

Publish date: 2018/8/10 22:28 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
The study by the School of Psychology could explain why people get others’ actions so wrong and see ambiguous behaviour as meaningful
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£2 million research funding to address chronic lung disease in developing world

Publish date: 2018/8/9 17:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
The project involving Dr Rupert Jones will focus on developing, testing and delivering rehabilitation programmes in low and middle income countries
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Five reasons why businesses can benefit from working with a university

Publish date: 2018/8/9 16:23 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Opening the campus to collaboration and partnerships
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Scientists tag bass in bid to explain falling stock numbers

Publish date: 2018/8/8 15:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
The Marine Institute is working with fishermen in north and south Devon to develop a clearer understanding of the fishes' feeding patterns
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Plymouth’s dental school ‘best in UK’ for teaching quality

Publish date: 2018/8/6 19:09 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Peninsula Dental School has come joint top of a key UK survey that asks students to rate their institution based on teaching quality
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University spinout signs agreement to field test harvesting robots

Publish date: 2018/8/6 14:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Fieldwork Robotics, created by Dr Martin Stoelen, will work with the Hall Hunter Partnership to field test a raspberry harvesting robot system
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Dental school shares inter-professional expertise with Harvard, USA

Publish date: 2018/8/3 19:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Academics recently visited Harvard School of Dental Medicine and Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston
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Dental team awarded grant to train children as ‘dental buddies’

Publish date: 2018/8/1 15:50 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
Ruth Potterton and charity Well Connected, will be working in partnership with local schools to educate and inspire children about oral health
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World-first study aims to improve survival rates after major surgery

Publish date: 2018/7/27 22:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
The Coronary Anatomy and Dynamic Exercise Test (CADET) study is investigating the effectiveness of patient tests carried out prior to major surgery
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Study shows ocean acidification is having major impact on marine life

Publish date: 2018/7/27 17:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
In new research, scientists say cuts in global CO2 emissions are essential to limit further damage to coral reefs and kelp forests
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University leads £5million programme to maintain UK’s status as global leader in offshore renewables

Publish date: 2018/7/26 20:00 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
ORE Supergen is part of a programme of initiatives being funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
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Robot research offering comfort to care home residents

Publish date: 2018/7/24 19:30 Posted by Plymouth University news feed
PhD student Hannah Bradwell is exploring how robots offer comfort to care home residents and whether they can be made affordable for small budgets.
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The cheeky trick used by McDonald's to stop drunk customers from...

Publish date: 2017/7/4 21:55 Posted by WMNAGreenwood
McDonald's staff are well used to dealing with boozed up customers eager for a Big Mac and fries after a night out.But unfortunately, from time to time, staff find that punters need for food spills over into violence.Read more: So how good is the McDonald's breakfast home delivery? We found outHowever, the fast food restaurant has found a very clever trick to prevent trouble and keep any antics at bay, Gloucestershire Live reported.And while we haven't heard any Vivaldi booming out from the...
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First glimpse of the new memorial garden being created at...

Publish date: 2017/7/4 21:39 Posted by maxc73
Work to create a new memorial garden at Plymouth cemetery will begin this week, Plymouth City Council has revealed.The garden at Weston Mill is designed around 250 solid granite memorial vaults. Each vault is designed to hold up to two sets of cremated remains and comes with a plaque that gives families a choice of personalised artwork to commemorate their loved one.It is an expansion of the range of onsite memorials currently available, and aims to provide a tranquil area for reflection and...
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Parents warned after man follows schoolgirls home and chases them...

Publish date: 2017/7/4 21:29 Posted by CturnerHerald
A worried mum has warned other parents to be vigilant after her two daughters were followed home by a stranger.The mum, who wishes to remain anonymous, found out that a man had been trying to talk to her four-year-old daughter while she was collecting something from a friend's house with her 12-year-old sister on Sunday.The woman's older daughter had told the man to back off, but he proceeded to follow the children into their garden and up to the front door at Southdown in Millbrook.The mum...
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Charity golf day raises an amazing £3,500 for hearing dogs

Publish date: 2017/7/4 21:28 Posted by Herald_NTapp
A charity that trains dogs to be the ears and loyal companion of a deaf person, has received a welcome boost from golfers.Hearing Dogs for Deaf People held a charity golf day at Bigbury Golf Club, an event organised annually by retired Plymouth vet John Bower.In its ninth year, Mr Bower who is a trustee of the charity, says that 56 golfers took part in 14 teams of four on a "fine and sunny day".The event has been hailed a "tremendous" success after raising £3,500.Mr...
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Greggs has launched a summer menu - and it's designed to help you...

Publish date: 2017/7/4 21:25 Posted by Herald_Miles
Watch above: What the people of Plymouth think about getting a GreggsIts delicious, hearty range of pastries, sausage rolls, sticky doughnuts and dreamy sandwiches are not often foods you'd eat on a diet.But Greggs has come up with a diet plan in time for summer which it believes will help you shed the pounds - and it's largely made up of the usual grub you'd normally buy at one of its high street branches.And that'll be music to the ears of Plymothians as they excitedly await the arrival of the
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Road test: 2017 MINI Cooper Countryman SD All4 Sport Auto

Publish date: 2017/7/4 21:17 Posted by APyle_Herald
It may be called a MINI, but the latest Countryman from BMW is now a firm challenger in the compact SUV / crossover market, and is anything but mini.Now, even bigger than its immediate predecessor, the interior is the best yet. It has a real quality feel while still retaining many of the retro features of the original BMW-launched MINI, with its huge dinner-plate sized central display panel and array of rocker switches.It is longer, taller and wider and even if the increase is not huge, it does.
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New cases of Female Genital Mutilation recorded in Plymouth

Publish date: 2017/7/4 20:41 Posted by maxc73
Annual NHS statistics show there were five newly recorded cases of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in Plymouth last year.The cases are understood to have came to light in pregnant women attending antenatal appointments, rather than in children - and 88 per cent (2,202) of women and girls with a known country of birth were born in an African country.The new figures for 2016-17, released by NHS Digital, show there were 5,391 newly recorded cases of FGM reported in England.However, within the...
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Deadly dog parasite cases reported in Plymouth area

Publish date: 2017/7/4 19:35 Posted by maxc73
There have been at least half a dozen cases of a dogs infested with a potentially fatal parasite in the Plymouth area, an interactive map reveals. The lungworm can cause serious health problems in dogs and can be fatal if not diagnosed and treated. Slugs and snails carry the lungworm larvae and dogs can become infected when they eat these common garden pests accidentally or deliberately, while rummaging through undergrowth, eating grass, drinking from puddles or outdoor water bowls, or pick.
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This is what the experts think of the shops in Plymouth

Publish date: 2017/7/4 19:22 Posted by WT_Herald
Plymouth has the 31st largest retail economy in the UK with a spend potential of £1.6billion but it is only at number 170 in a new index looking at "quality" shopping.Retail specialist Harper Dennis Hobbs has expanded its Vitality Index to cover 1,000 retail centres across Britain.It ranks shopping centres by "retail health", looking at the mix of quality and budget stores, and "undesirable" retail defined as betting shops, pawnbrokers, pay-day loan outlets,..
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Mystery of the 'beautiful blonde' who saved woman with random act...

Publish date: 2017/7/4 19:18 Posted by Millie_Herald
A mother from Torpoint is searching for the stranger who helped her out on the Severn Bridge with an amazing act of random kindness. Victoria Trevor, 50, was just about to cross the bridge into Wales when she realised that she couldn't find her purse. It costs £6.70 to cross the bridge from England and with no money to pay the toll Victoria started to panic. Read more: Alexandra Burke stars as Sister Act sends Twitter into meltdown As she was desperately searching for her money,...
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Watch as burglars steal Yankee Candles and Apple computers from...

Publish date: 2017/7/4 18:59 Posted by Carl_Eve
This is the moment burglars smashed their way into a city store and stole about £2,000 worth of candles and computers during a two-hour long spree. The incident has left Chris Harris, the owner of the House of Yankee on Faraday Mill, clearing up broken glass and trying to get his business back on track. Watch more of the CCTV footage below CCTV footage of the two men suggests they targeted the candle store between 2am and 4am on Tuesday morning. Chris, a former intelligence.
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Police Commissioner responds to Plymouth council no confidence...

Publish date: 2017/7/4 18:50 Posted by maxc73
ABOVE: Listen to the comments which landed Police & Crime Commissioner in hot water Devon and Cornwall's Police and Crime Commissioner Alison Hernandez has released a statement in response to Plymouth City Council's vote of no confidence and calls for her to quit. Mrs Hernandez, who has been widely criticised for appearing to suggest vigilantes with guns could be part of the "solution" to terrorism, said: "I am disappointed about the outcome of the vote, which I do not believe
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Enough is enough - it's time to end our unhealthy obsession with...

Publish date: 2017/7/4 18:40 Posted by RA_Herald
WATCH ABOVE: These mates turned an old VW van into a super cool pizza takeaway As a lover of both chocolate and pizza, you could only imagine my reaction when I learned that Dominos Pizza had combined two of life's best culinary delights. Eating this should have been a dream, but it very much became a nightmare as a sobering epiphany dawned on me. Read more: MTV Crashes Plymouth 2017: When is it, how much are tickets and who's on the line up?The beginning On Wednesday, news broke that...
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Parents urged to get teens vaccinated against deadly meningitis...

Publish date: 2017/7/4 18:23 Posted by CturnerHerald
Parents in Plymouth are being urged to get their teenagers vaccinated against deadly meningitis and septicaemia.It comes as Public Health England report that cases of meningitis and septicaemia caused by an aggressive MenW strain are on the rise.Parents whose teenagers are leaving school this summer or between the age of 17 to 18 and not in school are now eligible for a vaccine at their GP.The first 18 months of the MenACWY vaccination programme saw more than two million teenagers receive the...
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Dartmoor ponies pictured 'eating' rubble dumped by flytippers

Publish date: 2017/7/4 18:07 Posted by Gayle_Herald
This upsetting scene captured on Dartmoor after piles of broken tiles and rubble were dumped at a quiet beauty spot. The images were taken by photographer Andy Campfield who witnessed a young foal and its mother nibbling around discarded pieces of ceramic near Yelverton on Saturday. Read more: Giant Hogweed is spreading like wildfire thanks to hot weatherHe said: "The mother and foal were both nibbling around it. I saw them take pieces in. One of them was standing right on top of it looking
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Jerry the monkey goes outside for the first time in two years

Publish date: 2017/7/4 17:15 Posted by maxc73
This is Jerry the marmoset monkey - and he has just been outside and felt the warm sun on his fur for the first time in at least two years.Following a public appeal, Wild Futures, the primate welfare and conservation charity, has rescued Jerry from the UK pet trade and brought him to its sanctuary in Looe, Cornwall. Thanks to generous public support, Wild Futures raised over £2600 and were able to transport Jerry safely to The Monkey Sanctuary, pay for his initial veterinary check, and...
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Police name woman killed in 22 car crash

Publish date: 2017/7/4 17:02 Posted by maxc73
Police have named the woman who died when a car crashed into 22 vehicles parked on a garage forecourt.Kelly Pearce, 40, who was local to the area St Austell area, was pronounced dead at the scene.Emergency services were called just after 9.45pm on Sunday June 25, to reports of a collision involving a black Vauxhall Vectra Saloon car, on the A390 at Hewas Water.The male driver was taken to Treliske Hospital where he remains with serious injuries.The car was travelling from the St Austell area in
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Man to appear in court after being charged with Devonport...

Publish date: 2017/7/4 17:01 Posted by Carl_Eve
A man will appear at court next month charged with the stabbing of a man in a Devonport street.Dean Wilkinson, aged 47, answered bail yesterday afternoon and was charged with causing grievous bodily harm with intent and threatening a person with a bladed weapon.The charges relate to an incident in Duke Street, Devonport at about 6.45pm on November 2.Wilkinson, from Clifton Street, Greenbank was picked up by police later the same day after the incident which initially saw five people – four
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Giant Hogweed is spreading like wildfire thanks to hot weather

Publish date: 2017/7/4 16:40 Posted by WMNJBayley
Giant hogweed - the UK's most dangerous plant - is spreading at an alarming rate following the recent spell of hot weather.June's heatwave and further warm weather this month has apparently created the perfect condition for the hazardous plant to thrive, according to the Bristol Post. The plant is found across the country and there has already been an incident where an 11-year-old boy was taken to hospital after coming into contact with the toxic green and white plant in a park. Adam...
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Subway is hungry to open EVEN MORE shops in Plymouth

Publish date: 2017/7/4 16:37 Posted by WT_Herald
Watch above: Plymouth Subway staff absolutely nail the mannequin challenge It already has 10 outlets in Plymouth but now fast-food chain Subway has announced it is still hungry for more – and needs workers to staff them. The American-headquartered sandwich franchise has announced it is embarking on a further round of expansion that will see it open 500 takeaways across the UK between now and 2020. The growth plans will also see the company recruit an extra 5,000 staff. READ NEXT:..
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Graham Dawe: Cornwall head coach questions County Championship revamp

Publish date: 2016/7/21 17:06 Posted by BBC News - Devon
Cornwall coach Graham Dawe questions a change to the format of the County Championship, which they won in May.
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Paul Tisdale: Exeter City manager pleased with continuity at St James Park

Publish date: 2016/7/20 22:31 Posted by BBC News - Devon
Exeter City boss Paul Tisdale says pre-season feels "quite relaxed" because the squad has not seen too many changes.
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Man arrested over Cornwall hit-and-run death

Publish date: 2016/7/20 20:25 Posted by BBC News - Devon
A man is arrested over the death of a woman in a hit-and-run crash in Cornwall.
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Twitter bomb hoax teenager from Plymouth sentenced

Publish date: 2016/7/20 20:13 Posted by BBC News - Devon
A teenager who tweeted bomb hoaxes to US airlines and launched international cyber attacks is spared a jail sentence.
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Tom Allin: Cricketer took his life in bridge fall, inquest hears

Publish date: 2016/7/20 17:42 Posted by BBC News - Devon
Former county cricketer Tom Allin took his own life in a fall from a bridge, an inquest hears.
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Murder accused Charles Broom found dead in prison cell

Publish date: 2016/7/20 00:51 Posted by BBC News - Devon
The case against a man accused of murder is formally discontinued after he is found dead in a prison cell.
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NHS investigation 'failed' over boy's sepsis death

Publish date: 2016/7/19 23:07 Posted by BBC News - Devon
The NHS 'failed' to properly investigate how health service blunders led to the death of a boy from sepsis, a report finds.
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Torquay United takeover in the balance over stadium concerns

Publish date: 2016/7/19 22:31 Posted by BBC News - Devon
Torquay United chairman David Phillips says a planned takeover depends on the new owners being able to buy Plainmoor.
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Race-hate arson attack family get new shed

Publish date: 2016/7/19 18:15 Posted by BBC News - Devon
A Polish family subjected to a race-hate arson attack in Plymouth have had their burnt-out shed replaced.
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Dawlish crossbow attack suspect charged

Publish date: 2016/7/18 22:52 Posted by BBC News - Devon
A man is charged with attempted murder after a crossbow attack left a man with "potentially life changing" injuries.
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'Wash salad' advice after two die from E. coli

Publish date: 2016/7/18 20:56 Posted by BBC News - Devon
Shoppers are being reminded to thoroughly wash mixed salad leaves amid concern that this food could be the source of an E. coli outbreak that has killed two and infected more than 150 people in the UK.
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'Sudden death' of boy, 10, sparks Devon police probe

Publish date: 2016/7/18 20:30 Posted by BBC News - Devon
A 10-year-old boy dies in Devon in "sudden" and "unexplained" circumstances.
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Sara Cox: England's only referee at Rio 2016 Olympics excited by opportunity

Publish date: 2016/7/12 15:56 Posted by BBC News - Devon
BBC Sport meets Sara Cox, the only English rugby union referee heading to the 2016 Rio Olympics.
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Bantham Swoosh river swim on the River Avon in Devon

Publish date: 2016/7/4 23:06 Posted by BBC News - Devon
The second Bantham Swoosh has taken place on the River Avon in Devon.
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