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Appointments at the Covid Vaccination Center in Cornwall available

Cornwall’s NHS surpassed its goal of vaccinating 50,000 people against COVID-19 last week by putting 55,000 doses into the guns. The goal is part of the desire to offer everyone 18 and over a jab booster before the end of the year. It is also not too late for people …

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What is the shortest day in 2021? Everything you need to know about the winter solstice

It might be five degrees outside and it’s raining all the time, but believe it or not, it’s still fall. This year’s winter solstice will take place on Tuesday, December 21 at 3:58 p.m. GMT in the Northern Hemisphere, marking the first official day of winter. The winter solstice, sometimes …

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MP Derek Thomas opposes ‘divisive’ vaccine passports

A local MP opposed the introduction of mandatory passports for the Covid vaccine and called the decision to apply them a “divisive source”. Derek Thomas, MP for West Cornwall and Isles of Scilly (St Ives), has openly opposed the latest government-imposed Covid rules, which require people to show Covid vaccine …

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Meet the inspiring country heroes of Devon and Cornwall in 2021

Twelve deserving winners – including five from Devon and Cornwall – were selected from a flood of inspiring nominations in the search for the ‘Country Heroes’ of 2021. After a successful start in 2020, the initiative put together by Westcountry farm retailer Mole Valley Farmers once again recognizes and celebrates …

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Reviews | Boris Johnson, facing Omicron and the scandal, is in trouble

There is every sign that the spell Mr Johnson has cast on the country is cracking, that people are waking up to his truth. Latest polls show the Conservative Party is sliding towards second place while Mr. Johnson approval ratings continue their descent. It has been a long time since …

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A taste of island life on the Scillies

Print and digital download photos available For a few moments I caught a magnificent Northern Gannet in the black circle of my binocular vision and followed it as it soared higher into a clear blue sky above St Martin in the Isles of Scilly. Its long, snow-white wings with their …

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Bristol Riverside Theater rings during holidays with music – thereporteronline

BOROUGH OF BRISTOL >> The Bristol Riverside Theater (120 Radcliffe Street) is bringing back a holiday favorite and welcoming audiences home this holiday season. “An American Christmas Songbook,” the theater-to-theater’s first concert since 2019, brings audiences together December 9-19 for a heartwarming evening of Christmas carols and favorite songs performed …

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Montol Winter Solstice Festival returns to Penzance in December

The Montol Winter Solstice Festival is back! (Photo: Robert Erskine) The traditional Montol winter solstice festivities will return to Penzance this year. The carnival event was canceled last year due to Covid but will return to the city of West Cornwall in December, offering the usual mix of light, joy …

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THE THEATER PODCAST with Alan Seales hosts Sierra Boggess and Julian Ovenden

Exclusive Podcast: Theater Podcast with Alan Seales Welcomes You Sierra Bogges and Julien Fournier for his last episode. Broadway and West End stars Sierra Bogges and Julien Fournier have come together with a new album of classic and contemporary Broadway duets. Sierra Bogges is best known for playing the role …

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UpFront: Promising signs to come in Rugby League – TotalRL.com | Express rugby league

As Garry Schofield points out in his Pulling No Punches column, we are still waiting for answers regarding the larger vision for the direction Rugby League is going in the long term. But the finer details of the next twelve months, culminating with the World Cup between October 15 and …

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