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Welcome to BBC Channel Islands. These are Thursday's headlines:

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Flight and passenger numbers continue to fall

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Final call to claim these abandoned cars.

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The glitz, glamour and speed of powerboat racing

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And we have another cold, bright day tomorrow; all change though as we

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head into the weekend, but milder air. The details later in the

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programme. New figures show the number

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of people flying between the Channel Islands has continued

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to drop in recent years, with last year seeing the biggest

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decline of nearly 10%. The airline Blue Islands

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says it's regrettable , but that the fall in demand

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is outside its control. However, many in the sports

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and holiday industry Lizzie has just flown

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into Jersey from Guernsey. She's not impressed

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with inter-island travel. We think everything's running

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smoothly, then all of a sudden we get phone calls quite a lot

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saying it's cancelled or they've moved the flight times,

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and it's not ideal. And it seems she's not

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the only one being put off. Over the past three years,

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the number of people flying between the Channel Islands has

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continued to fall, with a 4% drop Last year the decline

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was even worse, at 9% - The airline Blue Islands says it's

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partly due to unprecedented weather disruption in 2016,

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and to businesses increasingly using tele-conferencing rather

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than inter-island travel. But many in the sport and leisure

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industry are blaming flight The prices have gone

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up quite considerably to what they were 12 to 18 months

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ago, and people are looking at the cost of taking

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children, not only teams, at the cost of taking children,

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not only teams, but also... across the board, choirs,

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you name it, everything that affects the two islands is costing a lot

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of money to do a ten-minute flight. The airline points to the increase

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in airport fees it's faced, and insists it provides enough

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choice, with up to 16 flights a day. Although some islanders

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may hark back to a time With the plane sizes now, they're

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definitely bigger than they were. Those of us that remember

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the Trislanders hopping backwards and forwards,

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it was like a bus service. Now, the airlines use 40-plus seats

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and therefore there can't be the number of flights

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that there were. Blue Islands operates

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the Jersey-Guernsey route with Flybe as its franchise partner,

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after Aurigny withdrew last year - a deal that's currently

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being investigated by And the outcome will no

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doubt watched closely by passengers like Lizzie,

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who feel inter-island flying has The Channel Islands

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are going through one Rainfall has been so rare that

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in Jersey it was the second But as Mike Wilkins

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reports, some are more These are probably the happiest cows

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in the Channel Islands today. It's the first time these calves'

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hooves have ever touched grass. The farmer who owns them told me

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it's much easier to introduce them to the outdoors with the sun

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on their back, rather He says the good weather

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is helping his farm. We are not collecting as much slurry

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because the rain isn't as much. So that saves a bit of haulage cost. So

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it's just nice to not have to walk around in the rain, really.

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And in Jersey, the arid weather's helping its world famous

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At the moment we're not too worried, clearly we do need rain at some

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point. If you look at reservoirs, they are half empty. But from the

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perspective we are now back with ideal conditions for planting.

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But whilst it's been good news for some farmers, it's not so great

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The water levels behind me at the reservoir look lower than they

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should be at this time of year. We have approached Guernsey Water for

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the latest figures, but they haven't been able to talk to us. But it

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shouldn't come as much of a surprise considering that this December has

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been the driest since 1879. It's unclear what impact a dry

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summer and now a dry winter could have on water reserves

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and prices, but for now, many are happy to enjoy

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this unseasonal weather. It's a New Year clean-up that many

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say has been needed for a long time. Tomorrow, nearly 30 vehicles left

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unused or abandoned on a Jersey trading estate will be towed away

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if not claimed. Businesses on the Rue des

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Pres Estate in St Saviour welcome the move, but are also concerned

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that stricter measures due to be brought in have not

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been thought through. Alison Moss is there now,

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and can explain more. It's quite clear this

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van is going nowhere - and nor is that one,

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or that car. These are just some

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of the 28 vehicles published in the paper last week -

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which, if not claimed by tomorrow, will be towed

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and possibly destroyed. Rue des Pres is a busy trading

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estate for people in Jersey, it's probably best known

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for being the home of Jersey Post - when you need to pick up

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a parcel you come here - and anyone who has done

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will know how busy it is. all with employees and customers,

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so space is at a premium. These abandoned vehicles

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take up precious room - and that means legitimate visitors

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to the trading estate are parking on roadsides, corners etc,

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and that's become a safety issue. People can park anywhere they want

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to. There are no designated spaces. There are a lot of people but have

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got no business interests on the estate that are using it for free

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parking during the day, and it's obviously leaving a lot of employees

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and businesses on the estate without any safe parking.

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The States say they're taking the action to try and improve

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parking road usage around the Rue des Pres Trading Estate -

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and this is the start of that - but there is wider parking reform

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about to take place, which is proving contentious.

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The Infrastructure Department, which is to take over the roads,

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wants to charge for parking - the same charge as in

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the centre of St Helier - but that potentially has a huge

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impact on businesses, and traders are so unhappy that

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they're meeting with the minister Deputy Eddie Noel next week

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A tax office worker accused of stealing hundreds of pounds

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in Jersey has been cleared of all charges.

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40-year old Carl Robert Frankum, who worked at Cyril Le Marquand House,

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denied two counts of stealing from the States of Jersey

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between June 2012 and August 2014.The prosecution claimed he took

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tax cash payments for himself, but a jury acquitted him

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after a two-day trial in the Magistrates Court.

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Pressure on hospital beds in Jersey is said to be "easing",

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after being on red alert before Christmas.

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During the holidays, bed capacity at Jersey General Hospital varied

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A hospital spokesman says this was due to a "planned reduction

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in the number of operations over Christmas and New Year",

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plus new measures which help make beds available

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But flu and norovirus levels are still high.

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Guernsey is stepping up its efforts to become a firm fixture

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Many of us can remember the heyday of the Formula 1 offshore

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racing in the '80s - and now plans are under way to bring

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the glitz and glamour back, albeit on a smaller scale.

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The sound of engines will resonate around Guernsey's shore this summer,

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as Powerboat Week makes a return to the island.

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Guernsey is just such a fantastic nautical place.

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If you look back, we've got the strong currents,

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we've got the navigational challenges, we're got

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Certainly for us we've got the spectator's view,

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because we're going to put two of the races...

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Two of the races are going to be inshore.

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With 17 local boats set to take part too, it's got all the ingredients

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to be a memorable week, planned to coincide

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with the Red Arrows, Proms on the Pier, and the visit

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This will be the race headquarters for a whole week.

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Castle Emplacement will become a focal point -

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not only for competition, but for the celebrations and social

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The event has been part-funded by the States.

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Tourism bosses hope it'll help showcase the island as a vibrant

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sports-loving destination - promoting Guernsey to

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It is spectacular, and the world is looking in to try to bring these

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events back to Guernsey, and if we can make this a success -

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then who knows what the future holds?

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Organisers are hoping local businesses will now come on board,

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to help make the event a roaring success.

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Well, as you heard earlier, we've been experiencing a dry

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spell in the island, and it's been a bright

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Yes, change to perhaps milder conditions, no real change in terms

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of rainfall though because the rainfall amounts are again likely to

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be pretty small, pretty dismal. The forecast for the day tomorrow and

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into the weekend I think is for us to continue on a dry theme. We

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haven't quite yet got the milder air, so some sunny spells through

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the morning but still quite cold, and then some patchy drizzle and the

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milder air arrives overnight. You can see the cloud starting to

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approach the more western parts of Ireland, couple of weather fronts

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heading towards us, slow progress as them with -- get closer and closer,

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and we still have the influence of the high pressure so we can't expect

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too much of a change for much of the day tomorrow. This weather front

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however will be a featured tomorrow night, and into the start of the

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weekend, but it is trapped within an area of high pressure so it will be

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a wee creature and little if any appreciable rain. The detail for

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overnight tonight, the sky is clear tonight. Temperatures will get lower

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I think than they were last night, two or three degrees, cold enough

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for some frost to fall first thing tomorrow morning, so we are going to

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be cold, dry, bright, with some sunshine, but through the afternoon

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the cloud will continue to stream in. Not overly warm, you will need

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to wrap up. Birth at times of high water. -- there are our time of high

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water. Any surf on west facing beaches are likely to be choppy.

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There is a reminder of the forecast as we head into the weekend; it is

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warmer, but also, at times, rather cloudy. C. -- back to you, Charlie.

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I'll be back at 8pm. Traders in one Cornish town

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are warning that a major shake-up of their business rates could be

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the final straw for many of them. From April, some shops in St Ives

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will have to pay hundreds But while the changes will leave

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some paying extra, others Tamsin Melville has been to meet

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some of the winners and losers. Packed out for the New Year,

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but there are some stark warnings from shop owners in St Ives,

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facing bigger business-rate This will be the straw that breaks

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the camel's back for an awful lot of businesses in the town that

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are struggling already. The tax is based on the yearly rent

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for which a property could be let and the so-called rateable value

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is reviewed by the government every five years, to reflect changes

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in the property market. In St Ives town centre,

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it is leading to some big rises. Neil has owned this fish

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and chip shop just back His business-rate bills will be

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going up by around ?400 a month. They perhaps see that St Ives

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is the jewel in the crown of Cornwall and so it's

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buoyant and rich. It's very quiet in the

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winter months still. A lot of businesses, you know,

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will struggle to survive. And at this restaurant just down

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the road, it means finding The people owning these

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properties are not having It's the business owners

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that are paying them, so it's a win-win situation

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for the owners of the properties and a lose-lose situation

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for the business owners. Businesses here in St Ives

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are losing out, but it's definitely In fact, the government

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says three-quarters of businesses are either

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going to stay the same Like here in Torquay,

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where a general fall in the amount businesses are paying

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is being welcomed as a John's rates bill should be

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going down by ?300 a month, meaning he can keep price

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rises in check. But he has got every sympathy

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for those facing increases. It's the one tax you

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have no control over. It does not link in any way,

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shape or form to your performance, so your business performance,

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and so it is a cost. The government says there

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will be transitional help In St Ives, there are plans

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to oppose the changes. It may not be on the scale of some

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parts of the UK, but the South West has a long history of welcoming

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families from countries In the 1960s, Spotlight reported

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on a small group of people from Poland who had made a new life

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at a camp near Newton Abbot, having been deported from their

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homes during World War II. In the late '70s, families

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fleeing the Vietnam War We followed some of them,

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as they got used to And now, as John Danks reports

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from Bude, the South West is The war Syria in has been going for

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more than five years and claimed more than 250,000 people. The images

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of suffering have travelled all over the world. And no Greek community in

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Cornwall is hoping to help some of them. Seeing these awful pictures

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last year of all the migrants droning that really made me feel we

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must do something. Merely runs a refugee support group. They are

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helping to resettle to community families under the community

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sponsorship scheme, launched by the government last year. The people

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they do not all of them towns and cities. We think it is one of the

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most beautiful places to live. It is a very healing place. The people are

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nice here so they will get a warm welcome and be well supported. Like

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always god knows how desperate the situation can get for those fleeing

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war-torn countries. He recently volunteered on a boat helping to

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save migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean. I have helped these

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families out in the ocean and for them to be welcomed into my home

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community, I am very cloak proud and pleased. Enough money has been

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raised to settle one family Syria from. If all goes well, the family

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could be here by Easter. It is easy to forget that, before

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the days of television, the only way of knowing what Britain looked

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like was either to visit the towns and villages yourself or look

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at photos and artwork. But those still images can

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be just as revealing. Here is a very quiet Lyme Regis,

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nowhere near as busy as it is today. There are carts, not

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cars, here in Polperro. And what about a donkey

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ride in Clovelly - These are the works

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of a South West painter. John Shapland was prolific and, yet,

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forgotten - until now. Andrea Ormsby has been having

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a flick through a new book, Exeter's Lost Artist,

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which is the culmination of 40 years The life and work of John Shapland,

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recorded forever in this book. Shapland, his wife and their 12

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children lived in Exeter. What you're looking at is just

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a small collection of some of the items that was actually found

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in the John Shapland studio. Across the floor was paintings,

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etchings, picture frames, For years, the artist

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and his family travelled all over the country in an open-top

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car, painting hundreds and hundreds of scenes.

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He called them brunotypes. These are what you would

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really need to see. This was the end result

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of the family's work. What you're looking at here,

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with the brunotypes, nobody knows of their existence.

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This is a revelation. We are seeing scenes

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that will have changed beyond all recognition,

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some of them, so they are very nostalgic.

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They are also historic. The work will go on show

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at an exhibition in March at the newly-opened

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Exeter School of Art. John Shapland was the headmaster

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of Exeter School of Art back in the turn of the century,

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so rediscovering all the works and having all of the artefacts that

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Peter has unearthed and presented in his book and at the exhibition

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is going to be a really important and exciting connection

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with the past, as we look For those interested in art,

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the author says this book will be a revelation and can be considered

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as quite a coup for the South West. Good to see he is getting some

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recognition at last. Plymouth Argyle finally appear

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to have the funding for their It may please the fans, who rely

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on the increasingly out-of-date 1950s stand, and it could

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also help to transform But it is not the first time such

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an announcement has been made, as our business correspondent

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Neil Gallacher explains. Three saves a modern stadium, fourth

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side terracing which cannot be used understand from the 1950s. This area

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finally all accept that redevelopment which could transform

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Plymouth Argyle. Not just the bigger stand, but conference facilities, as

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well. We should bring income even on non-match days. Today's announcement

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is possible because of further investment from the most important

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overseas supporter. I first came here in 1966. I stood at that end. I

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left at the age of 18 to go to university. I have been following

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the mother since. This is a labour of love. This has been a long time

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coming. We have been planning this ever since we took over the club

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five years ago, so it is a very important day. The club chairman has

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not only been planning it, he is also announced that before. There is

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an aspiration to finish off the stadium. We will start work in

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autumn this year. We will be in a position to do that and that is what

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we are certainly planning. I am not going to make the mistake of

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committing to another date. Their skin never took least because it

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relied on income from commercial outlets which never took place. This

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is being funded by additional investment. In other words, you can

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see where the money is coming from? Exactly. I am an investment

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professional by trade. The new investment today is clearly not been

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made on commercial terms. This is being made on soft terms. This is my

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contribution to Plymouth Argyle and to the city. A few years ago, all

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that matters was for it to survive, first as a business and then as a

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weak side. Both of these objectives have no been achieved and this could

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be the moment that opens a door into a greater future for the club into

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the 21st century. A new stadium is something

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for Pilgrims fans to look forward to in the longer term,

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but more immediately excitement is building for their FA Cup match

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against Liverpool this weekend. Tickets for the game are now

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highly sought after, so when one of the players,

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Paul Arnold Garita, decided to hide five of them around the city today,

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it prompted a frantic search. Here are the magic tickets. Good

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luck, everyone. And we will meet some of the winners

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lucky enough to find the tickets Did you know that was one head in

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here? I did not, as Charlie! Now, it might not be spring yet,

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but spring has certainly sprung This ewe has given birth to quads

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on a farm near Truro. Farmer Treve Gay knew there

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were four on the way after a scan. And it is not the first

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time, either. Last year, the same ewe had five

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lambs all in one go, Now, we can catch up

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on the latest weather outlook. Good evening. There are clear skies,

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and that means temperatures will be following.

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There is some cloak, which will bring in some outbreaks of rain.

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Although Weill, we have weather fronts trying to approach from the

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West. That somewhat takes the sting out of these areas of low pressure.

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The high pressure is pushed out of the way for the middle of the day

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tomorrow. At the time we get into the "Mother had a pleasurable

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re-establish itself. There will also be a lot of cloud with it. Quiet

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conditions going into the weekend. The wind will freshen going into the

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head of this band of rain. It will bring higher temperatures but a lot

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of cloud. You can see the structure of that cloud, thickest to Cornwall.

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We had a lovely sunset. Of course, it gets down pretty early at this

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time of the year. A lovely view of the crescent moon. The sun has set

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and the cloud will continue to approach from the West. Later in the

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night, the cloud just taking off from the odd bit of drizzle.

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Generally drive for most of us. High temperatures to the West 7-9 C. To

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the east, temperatures just dropping down below zero. A rather cloudy day

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tomorrow. That will produce a few sports of rain and drizzle.

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Temperatures finally inching up towards double figures. Here is the

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forecast for Scilly. He ran the water claims. Not much for people

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who like surfing. There are in the coastal waters forecast. The outlook

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for the weekend is quite and also slightly warmer. That doesn't sound

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