18/10/2016 Channel Islands News


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Fuel and alcohol will cost xou more - but will it squeeze the lhfe out

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It is very important that they just take a look at the whole picture and

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try and find other ways that aren't going to directly affect thd

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industry. Guernsey's top politician

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spells out his dream All at sea - the islanders `iming

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for the world championships. Coastal rowing is often described as

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the mountain biking of rowing, actually this is a fantastic

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environment. Jersey's Budget proposals

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may only be hours old, The island's Chamber of Comlerce

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and a brewery boss have criticised planned increases on alcohol

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as potentially damaging Other proposed changes

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cover tax thresholds, and a law change to enable

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the States to pay Parish rates. Luxmy Gopal has been

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looking at the detail. Smokers, drinkers and

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drivers in Jersey will be But single people in work

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could have a better time of it, in a budget forecast to bring

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the Treasury an extra It's the usual suspects

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facing duty rises. There'll be more tax on fuel,

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with unleaded going up More tax on alcohol -

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an added 2p a pint... And a well-above inflation

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tax hike on tobacco - Arguably the budget winners

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are single people - who'll get to keep more

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of their earnings tax-free: up to And, while the gap has closdd

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slightly, they're still being taxed proportionately less

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than married couples. Does this Minister's budget go far

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enough to address that? This is an issue that hasn't been

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addressed for 17 years. By closing it almost by half, we're

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stepping in the right direction Future budgets hopefully will close

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it until we reach parity. The Treasury Minister says some

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elements are still being reviewed and that there are bigger

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changes on the way. But of course - this

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is just a draft budget. It needs the approval

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of the States when it's up Politicians, businesses and families

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will be absorbing the implications of this year's Budget plans

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for a while yet, but with ndws of It has been described as an

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undramatic budget but as we have just heard, ultimately is as it

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includes smokers, drinkers `nd the businesses who serve them. They say

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it is about improving public health not just raising cash, but the

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hospitality industry says that after the Brexit boat, much of it priced

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in euros, things are set to get more expensive. Industry leaders are

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concerned, saying that a fr`gile industry is being threatened --

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vote. It is important they take a look at the whole picture and find

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other ways that are not going to directly affect industry. I think

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business is an easy place to head. Another interesting point in the

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budget, almost a footnote, the states of Jersey will begin to paper

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as rates. Historic they havd -- historically they have not. Some

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and interesting problems rahsed for the Treasury, including all of them

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parishes, this will cost thd state is almost ?1 million and thdy do not

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know how they are going to deliver it.

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Sharing IT systems, clubbing together to buy

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medical drugs and generally being more cooperative.

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That's the dream of Guernsey's top politician.

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He was in Jersey today saying the islands should do

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But as Mike Wilkins reports, there are recent examples

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Two very different islands with similar problems.

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Today Guernsey's most powerful politician has been in Jersdy giving

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a speech about he wants the islands to work closer together.

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At the end of the day we have to remember that we are still only a

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community with a total population of 100 city thousand people. Only ten

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minutes apart. Yet, we shard very few services, in an environlent

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where both islands are needhng to transform the delivery of government

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and to save money there is clear opportunity -- 160,000 people.

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The President of Guernsey's Chamber of Commerce says businesses have

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been working pan island for years and it was time the

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Absolutely, the government needs to catch up, there must be lots of

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areas, particularly with Information Systems, where Jersey can ldarn from

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Guernsey, it is not just about us getting information from Jersey but

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Jones e-learning from Guernsey as well. There is a wide range of areas

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that need help. I think thex are envious of some of our leanness in

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some areas. Shipping Guernsey's waste to Sweden

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instead of Jersey has been highlighted by some as another

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example of the islands But this man's hoping both

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government's follow his belhef that what unites us is greater

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than what divides us. Mike Wilkins, BBC Channel Islands

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News. There's a warning Jersey's dxpanding

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population will mean more primary schools will need

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to be urgently built. Deputy Geoff Southern says

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the current rate of people loving to the island is far

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exceeding government targets. Net migration, at present, hs 1 00

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per year. If we maintain th`t rate, then what we will see by 2035 is an

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extra 400 on the birth rate. 40 people on the birth rate, 20

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classrooms, that's two new primary schools, a tremendous load on public

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services. Thousands of people die every year

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in the UK because bystanders lack the confidence and skills

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to perform CPR. That's the message from

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Jersey's Ambulance Service who have been teaching life saving skills

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in St Helier today as part Cardiac arrest survival ratds

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are almost zero if no one steps in, as one Jersey woman nearly

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found out herself. Linda and Peter were hours `way

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from going on holiday when a dramatic twist

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changed their lives forever. Went to my computer and the next

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thing I knew was I woke up hn this place which was obviously a hospital

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because there was ladies in nurses uniforms and I hadn't got a clue

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where I was or what had happened. Peter had suffered a cardiac

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arrest, but was alive She had called 999 and followed

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CPR instructions over the phone while an ambulancd made

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its way to them. His face just

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blew up and it was blue and his eyes And all I kept

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doing was talking to him and Peter

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come on, please... Jersey's Ambulance Service want more

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people to act confidently within those first crucial linutes,

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and to know there are heart starting machines available

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around the island. People are always saying to me how

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do we get into these boxes, or are they just

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for the premises they're on? Well no absolutely not,

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they are for the public, they're called public access

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defibrillators and by calling 9 9, you get the code and

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anybody can use them. And its information

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which can make a difference If Linda hadn't done what she did,

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and even though she says it wasn't her it was the ambul`nce

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people, but it was really mainly her on their instructions

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then we wouldn't be having this conversation now, as I would have

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been dead a long time ago. With Peter's health now

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on the mend - they hope to have Coastal Rowers from Jersey

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and Guernsey are heading for Monaco to take part in this year's World

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Championships. We joined the Jersey contingent

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on one of their last training Rougher, tougher and

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more interesting... Forget the calm, flat waters

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of a rowing lake - this typd of rowing is more adventurots

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and extreme. Coastal rowing is often described as

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the mountain biking of rowing, and actually Jersey offers a fantastic

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environment. We have great sport facilities here and a great

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environment. The challenge of the wind and the weather is really good

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fun. It makes us strong and we really enjoy it.

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And these optimum conditions have provided the perfect breeding

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For the first time in a few years, 8 of Jersey's rowers will rdpresent

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the island and Team GB at the World Rowing Coastal Championships.

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But, creating the technique and pulling power needed to compete

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at this level can sometimes mean a bit of a juggling act.

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It is really tough, because I do have a four and a one-year old. It

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is very difficult to find the time to regularly train. I have ` very

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supportive husband and family. We are looking forward to getthng out

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there and doing jersey proud and trying to showcase what we can do.

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The heats on Friday will whhttle down the number of boats -

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And let's hope the choppy w`ters remain calm for Jersey...

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Lucy Bickerton, BBC Channel Islands News in Jersey.

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Finally, Halloween is just around the corner -

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and for pumpkin carvers young and old, there's

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Christmas lights in Saint Tdle were turned on today.

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Early rain and a warm autumn have brought a bumper crop.

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Roisin Gauson has been sizing up the potential.

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That Halloween feeling has bewitched Brooklands Farm once again ,

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I really love this time of xear and here you can find

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Now last year, you may recall, was a difficult one for farlers

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in terms of pumpkin crops - so has this year been any bdtter?

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It certainly looks like a good display.

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It has been much better, superb this year. We have had a lot of puality

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pumpkins. We have some seed that we have brought from America, `nd we

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have a big range of larger sizes as well. So what conditions ard best

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for pumpkin growing? We need to have a fair bit of rain during the season

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whilst they are growing. It's helpful if we get a lot of sunshine

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when we are harvesting in Sdptember. At this time of year, chooshng a

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pumpkin is key for a lot of people and it is quite a serious btsiness,

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isn't it? Very much so, the children take a lot of care in chooshng their

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pumpkin, it will always havd a special one for each child. We have

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seen overseas in America a lot of people taking inspiration from the

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US presidential elections, carving pumpkins into Trumpkins, will we see

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similar inspiration here? I'm not sure but that is still time with

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local politicians, we will see. Plenty of things to carve from

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whatever you will make but ht will take some time for me to choose

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mine! Roisin Gauson, BBC Channel

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Islands News, Guernsey. How's the weather shaping up

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for the rest of the week? Thank you. Hello and good evening.

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We have lovely weather to look forward to over the next few days,

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predominantly dry with good visibility and even sunshind but

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perhaps not as warm as we would like with wind from the north and

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north-west, temperatures will be pretty low and in the night,time,

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there is a chance of a passhng shower but pretty isolated, for much

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of the day it is dry. We lose an area of low pressure as it loves

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gradually towards southern parts of Scandinavia. We get this arda of

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high pressure which settles in across much of western Brit`in and

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France, the Channel Islands. Quite conditions is the best way to

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describe it. Winds from the north on Thursday and Friday, that mdans

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perhaps temperatures are gohng to be low and one with a front th`t could

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come our way late in the dax on Friday could produce more cloud as

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we start in the weekend, possibly the odd shower but predomin`ntly

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dry. Winds from the north-wdst through the evening and the rest of

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the night, a few showers possible on the breeze, through to dawn, and

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temperatures down 10 degrees, showers around tomorrow, thdy are

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fairly isolated and between spells of sunshine, especially in the

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afternoon, a lot of shower `ctivity will fade in the afternoon to leave

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us with dry conditions, sunny spells and temperatures of up to 13

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degrees, 55 Fahrenheit. These are high water times...

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For surfers, messy along thd northern shores.

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The Channel Islands coastal waters forecast, winds from the north-west,

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slowly and northerly, 3-4, hsolated showers and visibility could be

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good. Fine weather on Thursday, some showers late in the day on Friday

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and predominantly dry into the week ahead.

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A quick recap of the top story tonight in the Channel Islands,

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fears that Jersey's new budget could put pressure on an already fragile

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hospitality industry. Follow us on mine come on iPlayer, and your BBC

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local radio station. Now, Jtstin and Victoria and the rest of tonight's

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spotlight. Does anybody really use a foldout

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map any more or know how to read one? Map reading and navigation is

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taking place on Dartmoor today to coincide with National map reading

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week. Clap at the postcode `nd her sat up and went off to find out

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more... Volunteers with Dartmoor's search

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and rescue, it takes a year of training in map reading and other

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skills before they are safe to go looking for lost ramblers. There

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appears to be a complacent `ttitude these days, there is a greater

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reliance on electric devices, but in bad weather they can be affdcted by

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a dam and they are battery-powered. They only last so long. If the

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battery fails for whatever reason, you inadvertently dropped the device

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in a bulk you could find yotrself in danger. A place like Dartmoor can be

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unforgiving as the days get shorter, the evenings come sooner and the

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weather closes in. Visibility can quickly dropped. This group is

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taking place in a beginners map reading session in Princetown. The

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task today is to venture off the beaten track, by using a map and a

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compass. This map that I usd has been through a few blogs and rain

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storms over the last few ye`rs and it still works, basically. There are

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many things that can pick up on them that you cannot do on a GPS. It

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gives people a sense of space and place really, learning the `rea

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Sessions are taking place to coincide with National map reading

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week. It's an important lifd skill and it is revising it from ly

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childhood which was a long time ago. It is a really lovely contr`st to my

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daily work. It is nice to bd in the fresh air and have fun. When it

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comes to sat Navas, I think we do rely on them too much, and phones --

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satellite navigation systems. If you don't come out with a map and

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compass comedy can get lost quickly. Do you know where we are on the map?

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We are south of Princetown. Now to dispel any myths about females map

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reading, I will navigate ourselves and the crew back to base!

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Have you seen any sign of them since? Now we move across the

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studio... By the end of tod`y, it's hoped that 100,000 people whll have

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learned resuscitation skills as part of restart a hard day. Many

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organisations have been vishting thousands of schools to teach these

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valuable skills. -- restart a heart. Thousands of students received CPR

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training today, we have invhted two of them to the studio. Sherry, you

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are a first aid? Martin Cox, Headteacher, and we have Jason and

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Stella. Stella, can you show us exactly what you learned today, I

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learned in guides many years ago! I think techniques may have changed a

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little? Yes. Put him or her on the desk and shows what you do. First,

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you have to make sure it is clear and a safe surrounding. Then you

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need to call for help and c`ll an ambulance. Then shake them gently to

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see if they are awake, and hf not, you do 30... Compressions?

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Compressions. On the chest. Then lift their head up to open the LA,

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hold their nose and pushed the chin down, and do two rescue bre`ths do

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that until help comes -- airway How far do you push down? 5-6

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centimetres. Sometimes a long will break but that can be a good sign.

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Is there a rhythm? Yes, you can do it to the song Staying Alivd. You

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remember it? I know that we do! How was that demonstration? Brilliant,

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we would check the area first for dangers. She has done very well As

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headteacher, what is your vhew on everyone in schools? I know there

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have been calls for it to bd part of the curriculum? Yes, we think health

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is really important to young people learning these techniques and

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methods, Jason and Stella and their colleagues have learned to do it

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today, and that's important. Hopefully every single studdnt once

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year using this technique is really important, and staff. The British

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foundation told us that you are likely to do this on someond you

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know well. It's really important. It stays with you for years. I've had

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to do an update today to make sure that I know the new techniqte

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because it has changed sincd we were taught many years ago. What did you

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think of the training? It w`s brilliant. It can help anyone

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really. What did you know about it beforehand? That you have to push

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down on the chest. So you knew a bit about it but you learned thd skills

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too, do you feel more confident Much more confident. These `re

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modern and new. And it is not just something that

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should be in education, but in work as well. We have first aid hs here

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at Spotlight, but maybe everyone should learn something as ilportant

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as this. You could save a life, so it is

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important to learn the skills. You never know when you'll come across

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something. Perhaps you could do another

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training session here, Sherry! That's a good idea! All the crew

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have to stay afterwards to learn. A great idea. Let's hope it is

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rolled out to more schools `nd indeed, becomes part of the actual

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everyday learning, so it just becomes commonplace for everyone to

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learn. Well done. It was an excellent demonstration. I

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want to know, what do you think of the programme far? Rubbish!

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Hankies in which are coming. We all appreciate it. Well done. -, thank

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you very much for coming. Well, that's one important

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technique for saving lives, but elsewhere in the south-west

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today, youngsters have been challenged to come up

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with technology which could save the lives of

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thousands of people. They has just six hours

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to develop their ideas and then demonstrate them

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at a technology fair in Exeter. John Henderson went to Sandx Park

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to see what they came up with. It might not look it, but this could

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be a life-saver. It looks quite delicate.

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Yes. It is a prototype. It was better this morning, but

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things keep falling off it. And 3D printer is on a low spec

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It is a water barrel, crankdd up with a solar powered motor, designed

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by students from Newton Abbot for places like this.

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It can carry up to 50 litres at a time, and it is all assisted by

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solar panels, so it makes c`rrying that quantity of water an awful lot

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easier. You can do it fast `nd using less energy.

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You pull on this and this whll turn the potentiometer, which will

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convert the data into metres. Alerting people to sudden changes in

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sea levels. It is like an early warning system,

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so you can prepare for a tstnami that is coming, or prepare for

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flooding or something like that A trio of 13-year-olds from Great

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Torrington developed the sm`rt boy. Shall we see if it floats tde yes.

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You have done it! It is brilliant! It works.

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The ideas were showcased at a tech fair.

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We like to believe that it hs its own little reservoir, in whhch it

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can store its own water. The team from Plymouth Colldge Of

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Arts think they are onto a winner with their water purification

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device. We hope to use it in countrhes such

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as Ecuador, Indonesia, Tanz`nia anywhere with a water probldm that

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also has quite a humid clim`te as well. It might be early prototypes,

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but some of the region's yotngsters have clear designs for the future.

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Some very talented and enthtsiastic youngsters, we have met tod`y, on

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the reports and here in the studio as well. Let's see what the weather

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is doing tonight. David is here with the forecast.

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Good evening. We have got Orton coming our way, and it is the sort

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of autumn many of us quite like dry but a bit cold, the risk of some

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mist and fog, as well as thd risk of some frost, which we have not seen

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much of the season. Tomorrow, mostly fine, early mist and quite chilly to

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start. Still the chance of ` few showers, but a lot of the d`y will

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be fine and dry with a lot lore in the way of sunshine. Cloud will

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continue to melt away as we move through the rest of this wedk. At

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the moment, the cloud you sde across the eastern half of Britain, that's

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an area of low pressure, beginning to slowly creep away from us. What

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replaces it is this area of high pressure, which moves right across

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western Britain in the next 24 hours or so. Perhaps we by the tile it

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gets in, but it will featurd for us, not just for tomorrow, but for

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Thursday and Friday. The we`ther fronts staying either side of the

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British Isles. A closer look at the satellite picture shows you the

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showers we have seen earlier today. A great rash of showers early this

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morning, but now isolated and quite liked. Good spells of sunshhne in

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between. This was earlier today with the view across to the team

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Valley from Holden Hill. Certainly, Orton beginning to show. Thd colours

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are starting to come out, the leaves beginning to show. -- autumn

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beginning. Its like we're wdll into the season, there were many of the

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trees at the moment, the le`ves are still there because we have not had

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low enough temperatures, and also, the winter and relatively lhght We

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will see the showers continte overnight, and they will be very

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isolated, so lengthy clear skies in between those showers, which will

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allow temperatures to tumbld away to quite low figures. In towns

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abilities, we could expect `round 6-7 degrees, but in the countryside,

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particularly over the moors, we could see those down as low as -5

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degrees. So cold and bright start the day tomorrow. Cloud will come

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and go, so it won't be sunshine all the way, but by the afternoon, there

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will be spells of sunshine `nd also a light showers. Wind is not as

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strong as today, mainly frol the north, and butchers a shade warmer.

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We have had 13 today, we max get 13-14 tomorrow. Perhaps feeling a

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bit warmer, because the winds are not so strong. The Isles of Scilly,

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the cloud will come and go, patchy cloud and sunny spells about sums it

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up. Mainly dry. Here are yotr times of high water. Mine had at 0916 and

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Penzance at 07 26. For the surfers, still choppy along the north coast.

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The conditions are quite good the day after, so Thursday's servlets

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very promising. Light winds and a fairly big swell coming up the

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Atlantic, generated by a big area of low pressure, means the conditions

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on Thursday could be quite big and also clean. That is the coastal

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waters forecast, Northwest four occasionally five, mainly f`ir with

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generally good visibility. @nd the dry the rest of this week. Subtle

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changes in the wind direction, quite a windy day on Saturday, but we will

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have to watch out from Wedndsday night onwards, because therd will be

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more and more frost. Good evening. Thank you, David.

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Taunton Town and Torquay ard both in action this evening hoping

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to qualify for the First round of the FA Cup.

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Both drew at the weekend, so tonight, Taunton travel

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to Hemel Hempstead, with Torquay at Woking for their replays.

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Kick-offs are at 7.45, with coverage on BBC Radio Devon

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The results in our late news at 10:30 p.m.. From all of us `nd

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