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Cornish towns that were smuggling havens

Cornwall’s historic and well-known connection to smuggling is something that has intrigued and inspired locals and tourists alike for many years. In the past, Cornwall was a smuggling center for contraband goods such as brandy and gin. Smuggling reached its peak in the county in the 18th century. Cornish men …

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Rotary Mouse Hole Market Growth Drivers with Relevance Mapping by Key Players – Forum Energy Technologies, Oderco, Drillmec, Keystone Energy Tools, Hawk Industries, TWG Dover…

the Mousehole Rotary Market The report is a perfect foundation for people looking for in-depth study and analysis of the Rotary Mouse Hole Market. This report contains various studies and information to help you understand your niche and focus on the key marketing channels in the regional and global Rotary …

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Ashton and Backwell United record second straight win

Published: 1:00 p.m. January 26, 2022 Sam Price was the hero again after his first-half goal secured Ashton & Backwell United their second successive 1-0 victory, this time against Mousehole on Saturday. Like on January 3 against Cadbury Heath, when Price sealed the victory in the 88th minute, the Stags …

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Latest Public Notices Reveal Schemes That Could Affect You

DEVELOPERS have unveiled plans to build more than 100 family homes on fields bordering the New Forest National Park. Bargate Homes and Vivid Homes have submitted a preliminary application to develop a 6.67 hectare site alongside existing homes in Everton Road, Hordle. The land is earmarked for residential development in …

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Rick Stein’s Cornwall showed us 12 brilliant places to visit

Rick Stein’s new series Cornwall returned this month and saw the famous TV chef take viewers on a rich journey of discovery around his adopted county. Following the huge success of the first series in January 2021, Rick Stein’s Cornwall returned to BBC Two for its second series which aired …

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If there’s a mouse in the house, Kathleen Maseychik is behind it

JACKSON—Last week we did a story off the beaten path Marsh River Cooperative at Brooks and its special space for local artisans. Kathleen Maseychik is one of those artisans whose tiny handmade felt mice adorn a dollhouse in the center of the store. Her creations, which she has been making …

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The ugly side of the beautiful game

From High Street attendance to non-league football, the coronavirus continues to disrupt our daily lives. December 31 marked the two-year anniversary of the first information from the World Health Organization about a cluster of pneumonia cases of unknown cause detected in the city of Wuhan, China. Since that time we’ve …

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Albanian daily news

Former Prime Minister Sali Berisha again on Sunday called on Democratic Party (DP) Chairman Lulzim Basha’s supporters to think twice and not support Prime Minister Edi Rama’s so-called hostage. De Skodra, the former leader of the DP said that the revolution started will win and the House of Democrats cannot …

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The revival of night trains

If I ever had a reputation for sleeping in, it would be because I’ve always been drawn to the romance of European sleeper trains. For a time, however, my crush on sleeper berths was curbed, when budget flights became everyone’s darling and many slumber parties were cut short. Fortunately, my …

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Study: Stronger evidence linking virus to multiple sclerosis

There’s growing evidence that one of the world’s most common viruses can cause some people to develop multiple sclerosis. Multiple sclerosis is a potentially debilitating disease that occurs when cells of the immune system mistakenly attack the protective covering of nerve fibers, gradually eroding them. The Epstein-Barr virus has long …

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U.S. Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in OSHA ETS Case

[ad_1] The United States Supreme Court heard oral argument today in the OSHA ETS case. Of course, you never know how the Court will rule, but if the judges’ questions are any indication, there could be a 6-3 split in favor of a stay, with Chief Justice Roberts, Justice Thomas, …

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Inside the 2-bedroom Cornwall Cottage priced at half a million pounds

[ad_1] A gorgeous chalet in an idyllic Cornish fishing village has been put on the market for half a million pounds. The two bedroom property, located in the iconic village of Mousehole, is just yards from the sandy harbor beach and is currently priced at £ 500,000. Read more: Gritters …

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Clevedon Town defeated by Chippenham Town U23 in thriller

[ad_1] Posted: 8:15 a.m. January 4, 2022 Clevedon Town was involved in a nine-goal thriller with the Under-23s of Chippenham Town, which saw the Seasiders lose 6-3 to Everyone Active 3G on Monday night. Without a Toolstation Western League Division One match over the New Years weekend, Town manager Alex …

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In the night of Frazer Flintham

[ad_1] Watching the program of In the nightOne would be forgiven for thinking that without this production, the 1981 Penlee lifeboat disaster would be forgotten. It sounds rather presumptuous, considering that the local community has done very well over the past forty years to ensure that she is remembered. Local …

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Packet Sport Cornwall’s football halftime review

[ad_1] As we move into the new year and the second half of the football season, Packet Sport looks back on the season so far and the major football titles in the 2021 region. Due to the coronavirus pandemic and the relevant restrictions, the second half of the 2020/21 season …

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Clevedon Town hosts friendly match with Chippenham Town U23

[ad_1] Posted: 9:00 a.m. on December 30, 2021 Clevedon Town has organized a friendly against the Under-23s of Chippenham Town next Monday (January 3). The match will be played on the grounds of the Everyone Active Stadium 3G and will start at 19:30. Both halves will last 45 minutes and …

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Ferris hat-trick gives Clevedon first win in five games

[ad_1] Posted: 5:00 p.m. December 28, 2021 Archie Ferris scored a hat-trick to help Clevedon Town claim his first victory in five Toolstation Western League games with a 4-1 win over Street at Everyone Active Stadium on Monday. Street took the lead after nine minutes when Harry Foster’s far-post header …

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Clevedon Town deserves what they’ve accomplished, says White

[ad_1] Posted: 9:00 a.m. on December 26, 2021 Clevedon Town “deserves all the credit” for what they have accomplished during a “difficult time” with injuries and availability, according to manager Alex White. The Seasiders end 2021 against Street at Everyone Active Stadium this Monday, Dec. 27 at 1 p.m. public …

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Western League Helston Athletic vs. Mousehole AFC postponed

[ad_1] A top-of-the-table clash between Helston Athletic and Mousehole AFC, fourth and third in the Toolstation Western League rankings respectively, has been postponed due to cases of covid in the Mousehole team. On the afternoon of Friday, December 24, Mousehole announced that they had been forced to postpone both their …

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32nd of the Coupe de France – It was complicated but Nantes got closer to Sochas (0-0, 5 strips to 4)

[ad_1] Sox (L2) – Nantes (L1): 0-0. Tab 4-5 It was not easy, but the Canaries were able to implement the step. Tenth in League 1, the Nantes people came to Bonal Ground with envy. They pushed from the start and multiplied the efforts of Mehdi Jean on the cage, …

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Artist Frieda Salvendy commemorated in British retirement town

[ad_1] Frieda Salvendy (Photo: Wikipedia) MALVERN, England (JASHP) – Malvern has attracted a good number of people with refugee status over the past hundred years. The most recent in the public eye is an Austrian, Frieda Salvendy. Frieda moved to Malvern soon after the end of WWII and died here, …

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FBI: Objects stolen from museums in the 1960s and 1970s are returned

[ad_1] PHILADELPHIA – Federal officials say 15 historical artifacts stolen nearly half a century ago from a number of museums in Pennsylvania have been returned to institutions. The FBI’s artistic crime team and other law enforcement agencies repatriated 18th and 19th century rifles and pistols as well as a Native …

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Cornwall football matches take place this weekend

[ad_1] The last round of football games before Christmas are set to take place this weekend. In the South West Peninsula League, Falmouth Town has won every game so far this season and will look to extend that record on their trip to Launceston at Pennygillam. Their hosts are tenth …

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Cornwall off season: a touching walking break without the crowds

[ad_1] “Would you like to book a shower for your arrival in Cornwall?” The host on the sleeper train to Penzance asked me as I boarded the Night Riviera at Paddington Station in London on a cold Friday evening. I declined the offer, telling him I was planning a wake-up …

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This Easter Sunday wins the State Literary Prize

[ad_1] “I wrote the book for everyone to read and navigate,” says author Nadishka Aloysius children’s book This Easter Sunday by Nadishka Aloysius was recently awarded in Category II for Best Children’s Literature at the recent State Literary Awards 2021. The State Literary Prize is the annual literary prize awarded …

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East Devon Football Results | Exmouth Journal

[ad_1] Posted: 08:34 December 13, 2021 FA vase Brixham 0-6 Town of Clevedon Buckland Athletic 2-0 Wellington League division south one south Frome Town 3-0 Willand Rovers Lymington Town 1-4 Plymouth Parkway Western Premier Toolstation Bitton 0-3 Millbrook Cadbury Heath 3-1 Ashton & Backwell United City of Exmouth 1-1 Helston …

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The Mousehole Cat by Cousin Jack Theater Company in Cornwall

[ad_1] A production of a well-known Cornish folk tale will run from this weekend until Christmas Eve. The Mousehole Cat by Antonia Barber, and adapted by Alan M Kent, will perform at Solmon Browne Memorial Hall in Mousehole from Saturday December 11 through Friday December 24 and details a legend …

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Ullapool unveils beautiful Creel Christmas tree for the holiday season

[ad_1] Living in the big towns and villages of Scotland can often mean that you take the simple things like Christmas lights and decorations around your area for granted. However, for some small rural communities, they often have to take matters into their own hands and create their own festive …

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Cornwall Planning Applications: Week ending December 5 | Part 3

[ad_1] Various planning requests have been validated by Cornwall Council and associated documents can be viewed online on the Council Planning Portal. You can search planning requests, decisions, appeals and executions by keyword, request reference, postal code or by a single address line. There were a lot of nominations, so …

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Belgian scholar explains why bilingual Welsh speakers are more creative

[ad_1] // = do_shortcode (‘[in-content-square]’)?> A Belgian teacher explained why bilingual Welsh speakers tend to be more creative than those who speak only one language. Catherine Bouko, lecturer in multilingual communication at the University of Ghent, was interviewed by France 24 on the main advantages of being bilingual. She said …

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Manager reflects after Bridport was beaten 7-0 by Bitton

[ad_1] It was a miserable day for Bridport boss Rob Marquis, who saw Bitton win 7-0 against the Bees on Saturday afternoon. Speaking to Bridport News Sport about the performance, Marquis said: “I thought we were unhappy to be down 2-0 at halftime, we were unlucky with the way the …

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Penzance Mayor Christmas card contest winners revealed

[ad_1] Ben Wood’s winning Christmas card from Mousehole Primary School (Image: Penzance City Council) The winners of the Penzance Mayor Christmas Card Contest have been announced. Cllr Jonathan How, Mayor of Penzance, chose seven winners, including one overall winner, from local school students in the parish who created Christmas card …

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Advisor calls for more to be done to end violence against women and girls

[ad_1] A counselor says she hopes a motion calling for an end to violence against women and girls will get more people talking about the issue. Thalia Marrington brought forward the motion for today’s (November 30) Cornwall Council meeting which calls on Council to do more work to tackle the …

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Plan for the new Taunton nursery among the latest applications

[ad_1] THE following requests and notifications have been received for consideration by Somerset West and Taunton Council and can be inspected online at www.somersetwestandtaunton.gov.uk/planning, or electronically only at reception, The Deane House, Belvedere Road, Taunton, TA1 1HE. 04/0006 / LB: Repair and refurbishment of 9 sash windows at Park House, …

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Mark Gatiss’ TV version brings The Amazing Mr Blunden back to print | Children and adolescents

[ad_1] A forgotten children’s classic returns to print after more than 30 years, following Mark Gatiss’ new take on the 1972 film The Amazing Mr Blunden, which hits television this Christmas. Ahead of the festive production directed by and starring Gatiss, which appears alongside Tamsin Greig and Simon Callow, Virago …

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Five festive breaks in England – in case Christmas in Europe is canceled

[ad_1] If there’s ever been a Christmas to embrace brilliantly, it’s surely 2021. After last year’s festive wet firecracker – which saw us forgo the delicacies of traditional markets, lighted trails and good humor in decorated pubs – we’re ready to mop up every last drop of winter celebrations this …

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Clovelly named one of UK’s most Christmas places

[ad_1] The small fishing village of Clovelly has been named one of the UK’s most Christmas spots. The idyllic location on the North Devon coast has been voted the fifth best place in the country for a party holiday. It was the only place in Devon to make the list …

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Bridgwater United defeats Mousehole to advance in FA Vase

[ad_1] BRIDGWATER United continued their current form with a 1-0 win over Mousehole in the FA Vase on Saturday. The game at Fairfax Park was very tense and the 327 supporters got their money’s worth as there was 12 minutes of added time at the end of the game. Fit …

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Why is Frome the worst pronounced place name in Britain?

[ad_1] A POPULAR YouTube series explained why so many people outside Somerset find the name Frome so hard to pronounce. Frome – which rhymes with broom, not at home – was featured on comedian Jay Foreman’s YouTube channel as part of Map Men, a series he created with fellow comedian …

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Behind the scenes at Cornwall’s most festive home, now a popular attraction

[ad_1] There is a little Christmas spirit oasis in central Cornwall which attracts people from all over the area each year. You might think that Mousehole is the most Christmas place in the county, but have you ever thought of Bodmin? Just around the corner of Queen’s Crescent and St …

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How Cornwall’s dream is getting more and more sour by the minute

[ad_1] It was an “exceptional summer” for Cornwall with the G7 and a record number of visitors – but for whom? Cornwall has paid a high price for its luminous beauty, as shoppers shun cities and people prefer vacations in Britain to overseas. So many people want to stay here …

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Rotation Mousehole Market 2021 Detailed Analysis of Major Companies with Regional Outlook

[ad_1] Reports Globe has published a new research study on the Global Spinning Mouse Holes Market 2021 by manufacturer, region, type and application, forecast for 2026, which promises a comprehensive review of the market, clarifying past experiences and trends. Based on these past experiences, it offers a forecast for the …

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Cottages and holidays in Cornwall this Christmas

[ad_1] With just over a month away from Christmas, the craziness of planning dinner, buying presents, wrapping presents, inviting guests and decorating the tree begins all over again. Imagine waking up to a beachfront apartment or country cottage on your Cornwall vacation, with food delivered to the door and decorations …

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Karin Davie’s paintings continue to explore mind, body and space

[ad_1] Karin Davie surfs on the body-mind relationship. She rides the waves of the history of art, cinema, science, psychology, philosophy, environmentalism and feminism, creating static paintings that never stop moving. Davie’s works are at the same time anxiety-provoking, spiritual and enigmatic. She takes us both inside and outside the …

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The best UK homes to book for New Years Eve

[ad_1] Last year’s New Years festivities may have been a bit muted, but why not make up for it by ringing in 2022 in style? With just under two months to go, plenty of properties across the country are already booked, but we’ve found a handful of especially special New …

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Seven reasons why locals love living in Cornwall

[ad_1] I think we can all agree that Cornwall is an amazing place to live and there are many reasons why. There are so many things that make the Duchy special and we’ve explained to some local residents why they love living in Cornwall and made a list based on …

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Cornwall Planning Applications: Week ending October 24 | Part 3

[ad_1] Various planning requests have been validated by Cornwall Council and associated documents can be viewed online on the Council’s Planning Portal. You can search for planning requests, decisions, appeals and executions by keyword, request reference, postal code or by a single address line. There were a lot of nominations, …

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Cornwall Planning Applications: Week ending October 17 | Part 2

[ad_1] Various planning requests have been validated by Cornwall Council and associated documents can be viewed online on the Council’s Planning Portal. You can search for planning requests, decisions, appeals and executions by keyword, request reference, postal code or by a single address line. There were a lot of nominations, …

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Cornwall Planning Applications: Week ending October 17 | Part 1

[ad_1] Various planning requests have been validated by Cornwall Council and associated documents can be viewed online on the Council’s Planning Portal. You can search for planning requests, decisions, appeals and executions by keyword, request reference, postal code or by a single address line. There were a lot of nominations, …

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Clevedon Town tilts at Mousehole

[ad_1] Clevedon Town came back useless after a 13 hour round trip to West Cornwall where Mousehole beat the Seasiders 3-2 in a thrilling football game last Saturday. It was the very first meeting between the two teams and after a cautious opening the hosts took the lead with their …

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Clevedon Town gives two goals to draw Keynsham Town

[ad_1] Clevedon Town lost a two-goal lead as Keynsham Town, 10, fought back with late goals to walk away with a point at Everyone Active. Ahead of last Saturday’s game, Friends of Clevedon Town member Colin Higgins presented prizes to two players. Morgan Davies received his award for 50 first-team …

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Helston signs Cory Harvey from Western League rivals Mousehole

[ad_1] Helston Athletic has finalized the signing of Toolstation Western League rival Mousehole AFC goaltender Cory Harvey. The former Plymouth Argyle Academy prospect joins Helston and will be available for their top-of-the-table clash against Tavistock AFC on Saturday 9 October. Speaking to the Packet, Helston manager Steve Massey was delighted …

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Major General Matthew Holmes, Navy who led a daring assault on Afghanistan but resigned as commanding general of the Royal Marines after resisting plan to double his role – obituary

[ad_1] Appointed Commanding General of the Royal Marines that year, Holmes began to develop a new coastal strike concept for the Future Commando Force, working closely with the First Sea Lord, Admiral Sir Tony Radakin. In March 2020, he hosted Prince Harry, in his then capacity as Captain General of …

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James Williston Obituary (1938 – 2021) – Ann Arbor, MI

[ad_1] James “Jim” Williston Ann Arbor, MI – James Duncan Williston passed away peacefully from complications of Alzheimer’s disease on Thursday morning July 29. He was 82 years old. Jim was born on December 7, 1938 in Gardner, Massachusetts to Catherine Elizabeth Mildren Williston of Mousehole, Penzance, UK and Blair …

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US Navy F-35Bs to embark on Japan’s largest warship in October

[ad_1] The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force JS Izumo (DDH-183) helicopter destroyer steams during a ship maneuver exercise for Malabar 2017. US Navy photo KUALA LUMPUR – US Marine F-35Bs from Iwakuni to support the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force’s post-refit testing of the JS helicopter destroyer Izumo (DDH183) next month. The …

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The Penzance promenade will have five new crossings

[ad_1] The next step in Penzance’s Healthy Streets program has been finalized after extensive consultation. The next steps to make Penzance more pedestrian friendly have been made public. The city center is already closed to private traffic during rush hour and the system is now extended. The specific details are: …

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Byron Roberts (1940 – 2021) obituary – Helena, MT

[ad_1] Byron roberts June 1, 1940 – September 22, 2021 On the morning of September 22, 2021, moonlit and starry, we lost our wonderful husband, father, grandfather and best friend. Byron Roberts passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family at age 81 after an 11-month battle with AML …

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Cornwall Planning Applications: Week ending September 19 | Part 1

[ad_1] Various planning requests have been validated by Cornwall Council and associated documents can be viewed online on the Council’s Planning Portal. You can search for planning requests, decisions, appeals and executions by keyword, request reference, postal code or by a single address line. There were a lot of nominations, …

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10 great deals for the late summer sun in Europe

[ad_1] From peony pink palaces and walking tours around Porto, to the Greek Islands and self-guided driving tours in the Outer Hebrides, here is our selection of great vacation deals for that last sunburn. roman holidays City breaks are back this fall and what better place to start than Rome, …

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Amnesty International calls for the immediate release of Toomaj Salehi

[ad_1] Amnesty International has called for the immediate and unconditional release of dissident Iranian rapper Toomaj Salehi. In a series of tweets on Friday, the international human rights watchdog said: “Iranian authorities must immediately and unconditionally release #TomajSalehi, a dissident rap artist detained solely for exercising his right to freedom …

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Teachers, gas and petrochemical workers protest in Iran

[ad_1] Thousands of Yemen’s Houthi supporters gathered in the capital Sana’a on Tuesday to celebrate the seventh anniversary of the government’s impeachment, as the group’s fighters crossed the front lines in the country’s oil-producing regions. The Iran-aligned movement invaded the capital and most of northern Yemen in 2014 when it …

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Iranian regime arrests Iranian rapper who criticized government

[ad_1] Security agents from the Islamic Republic of Iran in the city of Isfahan have arrested popular rapper Toomaj Salehi for his songs denouncing corruption within the Iranian regime. Salehi’s uncle, Eghbal Eghbali, announced Salehi’s arrest on Instagram, writing “They arrested my nephew… The Islamic government cannot stand the protest …

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Rapper arrest symbolizes danger of dissent in Iran

[ad_1] The Iranian revolution claimed to represent the voice of the poor when it came to power in 1979, but this week arrested a rapper who voices the struggles of the poor. Iranian dissident rapper Toomaj Salehi was arrested Monday in the central city of Isfahan and taken to an …

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Security forces arrested dissident rapper Toomaj Salehi

[ad_1] Dissident rapper Toomaj Salehi was arrested by security forces at his home and taken to an unknown location. Salehi’s relatives broke the news on Instagram. Salehi’s home was searched and his personal belongings confiscated upon his arrest. According to the message, which was released on Sunday, 12 officers raided …

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Matthew Stafford’s Rams debut hints at what’s to come

[ad_1] Different place, even Matthew Stafford. Spirals sharp enough to cut glass. The geometric class of arm angles. Quiet calm as a cyclone swirls around him. But one of his former teammates also saw something different at Stafford on Sunday night when the Rams’ new quarterback made his debut against …

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Cornwall beaches scenes on the last day of summer

[ad_1] As the decidedly autumnal month of August has at times given way to what began as a scorching September, the traditional Cornish summer is drawing to a close. All over the country, school children are returning to class and parents are returning to work. As the holiday season draws …

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Budleigh Salterton Male Voice Choir sings again

[ad_1] Saturday August 28 was a beautiful day, especially for a public holiday, with the opportunity for the Budleigh Salterton Male Voice Choir, to sing their first concert since we all came out of the containment of Covid 19. This with a tea at the full cream as a tempter. …

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Penlee RNLI marks 40 years since losing Solomon Browne

[ad_1] A flotilla of boats, led by Penlee RNLI, gathered off the former Penlee Lifeboat Station at Penlee Point yesterday (Monday August 30) to lay wreaths in memory of the 16 lives lost on December 19, 1981. Patch Harvey, coxswain of the Penlee RNLI lifeboat said; “It has been a …

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Penlee Lifeboat Open House and Memorial Ceremony events

[ad_1] The Penlee Lifeboat Open House and Memorial Ceremony begins today and the full schedule of activities has now been posted. The event will see the annual blessing of the two lifeboats alongside music, a flotilla, a procession and a military wife choir. This event will also commemorate the 40th …

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Cornwall Planning Applications: Week ending August 29 | Part 2

[ad_1] Various planning requests have been validated by Cornwall Council and associated documents can be viewed online on the Council’s Planning Portal. You can search for planning requests, decisions, appeals and executions by keyword, request reference, postal code or by a single address line. There were a lot of nominations, …

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Topsham teenager Katie Mccabe is sailing in Britain

[ad_1] While most 14-year-olds enjoy their summer vacation relaxing and enjoying some free time, Topsham’s Katie Mccabe has spent the last few weeks sailing a wooden boat around the Great -Brittany. Despite the enormous task hampered by this year’s inclement weather and harsh conditions at sea, the teenager is well …

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Derby Day through Devon and Cornwall as FA Cup journeys begin

[ad_1] There are a handful of tantalizing derbies in Devon and Cornwall in tomorrow’s FA Cup inaugural round – including two involving four of Cornwall’s five teams in the extra preliminary round. Helston Athletic started his first-ever Western League season with a fantastic 7-1 win at Bridport on Saturday, before …

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Emirates FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round – Calendar

[ad_1] Emirates FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round – Calendar – Friday / Saturday / Sunday 6/7/8 August Latest articles by Brian Jeeves (see everything) Friday August 6Whickham vs. ConsettAscot United v HolyportNew Salamis vs. Kensington & Ealing BoroughWest Essex vs. St Panteleimon saturday 7 augustHarborough Town1 vs. Rothwell CorinthiansAFC Kempston …

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Cornwall Planning Applications: Week ending August 1 | Part 3

[ad_1] Various planning requests have been validated by Cornwall Council and associated documents can be viewed online on the Council’s Planning Portal. You can search for planning requests, decisions, appeals and executions by keyword, request reference, postal code or by a single address line. There were a lot of nominations, …

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The Cornish Fisherman’s House overlooks Mount’s Bay

[ad_1] Photography: the modern house Photography: the modern house Photography: the modern house Photography: the modern house Photography: the modern house Photography: the modern house Photography: the modern house Photography: the modern house Wooden shutters frame the sea view across Mount’s Bay at this fisherman’s house in the Cornish village …

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The 20 best beaches in the UK to visit this summer

[ad_1] Great Britain is home to exemplary beaches. With the lockdown restrictions ending on July 19 and Britain finally enjoying a heat wave, now is the time to embrace life and rush out to sea. To help you choose the best stretch of sand, we asked our experts to recommend …

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Automotive Clutch Cover market adopting many strategies of key companies such as Guangxi Yuchai Machinery Group (China), Aisin Seiki (Japan), CIE Automotive (Spain), Hitachi Automotive Systems (Japan)

[ad_1] Automotive Clutch Cover Industry Overview 2021-2026: This resulted in several changes in This report also covers the impact of COVID-19[female[feminine in the world market. The report offers detailed coverage of Automotive Clutch industry and main market trends. The market research includes historical and forecast market data, demand, application details, …

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Savills: 6 of Cornwall’s best gems

[ad_1] One of the main features of the high-end real estate market over the past 12 months has been the extent to which people have reassessed their work-life balance. This has resulted in increased demand for housing in relocation lifestyle hot spots and second homes. Of all the counties with …

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Emirates FA Cup 2021/22 supplementary preliminary round full draw

[ad_1] The Football Association has unveiled the draws for the preliminary and preliminary rounds of the Emirates FA Cup 2021/22. Full draws were released on Friday afternoon with clubs Berkshire Ascot United, Holyport, Reading City, Tadley Calleva, Virginia Water, Windsor and Wokingham & Emmbrook all involved in the Extra, and …

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Mousehole Rockpool community repair event a huge success

[ad_1] Repair work underway at Mousehole Rockpool (Image: Chris Yacoubian) Dozens of local residents and vacationers have come together to help fix a popular rockpool and make it safer for everyone. The Mousehole Rockpool restoration saw approximately 100 volunteers flush the community pool of sediment and rocks, clean the pool, …

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Haute Couture Revue Cathy Horyn 2021 Paris: Balenciaga

[ad_1] From left to right: Fendi, Balenciaga, Jean Paul Gaultier. Photo-Illustration: by The Cut; Photos: Courtesy of Fendi, Balenciaga, Jean Paul Gaultier For much of her six years as Creative Director of Balenciaga, Demna Gvaslia has made it her mission to bring fashion into the future. He designed molded costumes …

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Hambly is ready for the 31st season in charge at Camelford

[ad_1] Print and digital download photos available CAMELFORD boss Reg Hambly admits “I’ve really missed football” as Camels boss prepares for his 31st season in charge. The Trefrew Park team were third in the Premier West Division of the South West Peninsula League when the 2020/21 season was put on …

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45 Cornwall beaches ban dogs for summer – full list

[ad_1] Dogs were banned from Cornish beaches this summer to fight overcrowding. Doggies will be saying goodbye to beaches this summer in Cornwall as part of a series of crowd control measures. Cornwall council has introduced a series of restrictions for the summer months, he confirmed. READ MORE Overwhelming Met …

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