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Good evening. I'm Charlie McArdle.

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

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Students from low-income families are half as likely

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to achieve top grades. But could cash close the gap?

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If you spend the pupil premium wisely, you can make a huge

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difference to learning, especially to children who come from

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disadvantaged families, and who we now need that education.

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Meanwhile the future of eduction in Guernsey could cost ?138 million.

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Plus - the highs and lows - after 11 years, Jersey bids farewell

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to the Dean of Jersey, The Very Reverend Bob Key.

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And the weather tomorrow is very similar to what we have seen today.

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I will have details later in the programme.

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New figures show students from low-income families in Jersey

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are half as likely as their peers to achieve top grades at GCSE.

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It's the first time this data has been recorded in the island.

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The Education Department says the problem will be tackled

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by a new funding scheme that allocates extra money

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to schools for each disadvantaged pupil they have.

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A new breakdown of figures shows the last academic year was another

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But also highlights a big gap between children from different

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A key measure in education results is the number of GCSE

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students getting 5 A* to C grades including in maths and English.

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For the first time, Jersey broke this down further to show

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under a third of students classed as being from low-income families

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While two-thirds of their peers achieved the same.

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Now, a new scheme aims to reduce this gap.

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The Pupil Premium scheme, which already exists in England,

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is being rolled out across schools in Jersey after a successful

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It allocates extra funding for schools based on the number

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of children they have whose families are on income support

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The amount of money hasn't been made public yet,

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but in England it's about ?900 extra a year per eligible

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The Education Minister says 2,500 students in Jersey will be eligible,

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and in a push to give schools more autonomy,

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Part of that autonomy is to make sure that heads and teachers have

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the ability to look at how that money is spent and where it would

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most useful. So in terms of school at the opportunity to decide where

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it is best placed, to do with literacy or new Morrissey, or in

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fact, just increasing the training for teachers.

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But can money really translate into better grades?

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A UK charity whose seen the scheme's success across the water

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The key thing is that people spend it well. There is no direct

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relationship between more money and better outcomes. You need additional

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resources, spend them well, spend them wisely, and then you get the

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chance to improve the situation. And whether it's been money

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well-spent won't be evident until the next set of GCSE

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results, in the summer. Guernsey's Education Committee has

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announced it's applying for ?138 million to rebuild

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La Mare De Carteret Schools and the College of

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Further Education. They plan to press ahead

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with a three-school model. It follows a series of workshops

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last month asking deputies what direction they wanted

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the future of education to take. Looking over plans that

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could transform one La Mare De Carteret is no longer

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considered fit for purpose and this man is leading the charge

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to get it rebuilt. I believe that we had the workshop

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and that 25th of January, when nearly 25% of the deputies turned

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up. And these were the two options they preferred. And actually, when

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you factor in the cost of further education, which is part of the

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number you mention, you can actually reduce the overall cost. At the end,

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I am hoping that the rebuilt of La Mare actually proves cheaper.

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Deputy Meerveld wouldn't reveal which other site will close

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under a three-school plan currently under development.

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But if La Mare is to go ahead then the Education Committee needs ?138m

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to rebuild it and to consolidate the College of Further Education

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It's unclear if Guernsey's Policy and Resources Committee is in favour

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as no one was available for interview today.

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But prior to the election the Treasury Minister criticised

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Education's proposals to re-develop the site.

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But as we've seen from the selection debate, some deputies

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There are calls for a second public referendum on changes

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It follows the States approval for a major reform of elections

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in the island to move towards six super constituencies with different

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The Economic Development Minister Senator Lyndon Farnham has lodged

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a proposition for the change to be put to a public ballot -

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which will have to be carried out in the next three months as no

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changes can be made twelve months ahead of the next election.

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As Westminster debate a petition calling for Donald Trumps State

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visit to the UK to be cancelled, people in Guernsey have gathered

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to make their concerns of the new American President heard.

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Islanders gathered to demonstrate their support

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for immigration, the LGBTQ community and climate change tonight

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Those behind the protest say they need to speak out on the impact

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Donald Trump's policies will have on human rights.

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it is something that a lot of people feel needs to be said at a stage

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where, throughout the world, there are and there is a reaction to his

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rhetoric, to the executive orders they is introducing, that could have

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an impact on the world, and that worries us.

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A service of thanksgiving and valediction was held

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at Jersey's Town Church yesterday in honour of the Dean

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He'll be leaving his post to work with the Archbishops'

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Before he left, our faith reporter Cathy Le Feuvre spoke to the Dean

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about the highs and lows of his 11 years in Jersey.

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Surrounded by his congregation and the Bishop, a crowded church sung

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their praises to the Dean. But which moments of joy does he pick out from

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his time here in Jersey? I have really enjoyed reading the island on

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its great occasions, -- leading the island, and that has been a

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particular thrill, and something I have taken to heart and try to work

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hard at. I think another highlight has actually been to see the judges

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grow. There are more churches growing in Jersey than there are in

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decline, and we have increased the number of Anglican clergy on this

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island. I know I am leaving now a full-time minister at the town

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church, so that my successor will really be free to be Dean all over

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the island, and yes, that is something that was first asked for

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in 1960, so that is a pretty good thing.

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You have done so many things over the 11 years you have been here.

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Towards the end of your tenure, we have had the issue with the

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safeguarding and the splits from Winchester. Has that in anyway

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marred your time here, do you think? Do you know, it is rather like a

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cloud that comes across the sun on a beautiful day, and it is very good

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when it is gone. And I am delighted that it has gone. It was wonderful

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to be supported by this fabulous island. They understood perfectly

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well, and to be exaggerated by one of the most respected High Court

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judges in England, to receive a wonderfully generous apology

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personally from the Archbishop of Canterbury, and now to be asked to

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be part of the Archbishops Evangelism Task Group, I think that

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really tells everybody everything they need to know, really.

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So is the Bishop of Dover presided over the Dean's last service, what

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advice would he give to his successor?

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They are going to have one of the very best jobs in the Church of

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England, and I hope they go native very quickly! Because if you do the

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job as a visiting Englishman, you are stuffed. You need to become

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Jersey, you need to get a Jersey had and the Jersey heart. So that you

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can minister to the island, and also be that bridge between the island

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and the rest of the Church of England family.

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Sports news now, and Guernsey FCR one place and seven points off

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relegation. A 1-0 defeat to Hastings United yesterday means they have

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failed to win at home for the last five games, their worst ever run.

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In netball, Jersey's Jets have climbed above bottom of the League 2

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after an outstanding win at the weekend. Jersey pulled back from a

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six goal deficit in the last quarter to beat the league leaders, team

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Bath To Guns. One was normal Elwood also success in the rugby pitch for

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Jersey, who held a spirited London Scottish fightback. The women's

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Jersey claim to sixth place in the championship table, five points

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outside the play-off zone. Condor says they have had 1.5 extra

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people travel with them -- 1500 extra people travel with them this

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weekend. Will the father fact this? Lets talk to David. -- will be filed

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a fact this? I know there is a lot of fog at the moment.

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The airfield in low cloud and hill fog. That may lead to Little 's

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night, more especially tomorrow, so not quite so bad, but still some

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problems for travellers. The risk of further mist and fog. Some drizzle

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at times, but mild, and staying mild for the next two days as well. One

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weather front lying to the north of us is really the source of the

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moisture at the moment. This is it for the middle of the week, and

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then, things do start to change as we see an area of low pressure

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developing along the same with the system. Hopefully, a clearance of

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brighter skies in the afternoon, with a future hours. Definitely a

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cold feel to the air, when the winds become north-westerly. By Friday, we

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look at substantially lower temperatures than over the last few

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days. Daytime temperatures will' is. A cold night, Friday night and into

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Saturday. But not tonight, which is unusually mild. Temperature is no

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lower than 9-10 for most of us. Westerly wind keeps feeding into the

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cloud, and although there is a lot of low cloud at the moment, it may

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just left a little bit during the course of the night. Tomorrow is

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very similar, though the cloud breaks and solo, so they better

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chance. Generally, rather overcast, grey day. 11 degrees, the top

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temperature, and a brisk westerly breeze. Here are the times of high

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water. For our surfers, the waves are not very day, particularly in

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the South. Up to about five feet, choppy along the north. Westerly

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winds tomorrow, 4-5, drizzle and still the risk of some West or fog

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patches. Not much change on Wednesday. Thursday is much

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brighter. Windy, and certainly feeling colder. Have a

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good one. Tank you very much. Don't forget,

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you can get regular travel updates on BBC Radio Guernsey and Jersey

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throughout the day. I will be back later. Good night.

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The airport, which closed in 2011, had been protected

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But in the latest local plan ,that date has been revised to 2022.

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Developers have put forward proposals to build a garden

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A planning inspector is expected to decide its future in the autumn.

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We believe there is no need to develop Plymouth airport for housing

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employment uses. There is sufficient land in the Plymouth area to meet

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the needs of this city and the wider area. We are certain the Plymouth

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airport site should be reserved for aviation activity and we need to

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work towards bringing back an airport use.

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The South West's sky at night could be a potential boost to tourism.

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Later we'll see how Exmoor has befitted from dark sky status

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And the skateboard art project to raise funds

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It's not every day we report on the resolution of a battle

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which had rumbled on for nearly eight years.

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You may remember a couple of weeks ago, we visited Ray Hill,

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He had a very large and disputed water bill which, at one stage,

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was more than ?10,000, but after our report,

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Our environment correspondent Adrian Campbell has

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Ray Hull who farms near Tiverton has been keeping a close eye on his

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water meter for years. He told us his normal hill is around ?1200 a

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year. But in May 2009 he was sent a bill for more than ?10,400. He told

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us that after complaining to South West water, they cut the amount by

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around half but that still left an outstanding amount of around ?5,500.

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Now the company has cleared the disputed amount and things have

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returned to normal. Since you came, South West water sent out an

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important chap along with his colleague and they sat and listened

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to me and they said, we are very sorry. It should not have happened,

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we want to put it right. Ray struggled with his water bill over

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many years and it wasn't helped by the fact that his farm is on top of

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a hill, a long way from the mains, but in the end, there was one thing

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to do. If you have a problem, you have to shake the top of the tree

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not the bottom. South West water told us they have resolved the

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disagreement. It should not have taken eight weeks let alone eight

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years but this is where we are. I think everybody should check their

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meter at least once a week because it is expensive if you waste water.

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Now, if light pollution is limited and the skies are clear,

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this is the sort of dazzling display provided by the night sky.

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Exmoor already has special status for its dark sky and now Bodmin Moor

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It's hoped it could help boost tourism by

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Our reporter Tamsin Melville has been to Exmoor to see what effect

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the special international recognition has had

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Switching off to send a message on light pollution. The people of

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Dulverton were family on board when Exmoor became the world's second

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dark sky reserve five years ago. This official international

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recognition of the top-class quality of Exmoor's night skies seems to be

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as popular as ever. So many people in light polluted areas that it is

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wonderful for them to come and see the wonderful skies. Getting

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children enthused about the stars is said to be one big benefit and shops

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are happy with the footfall. We as a business are aware of a lot of

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people who come down here for dark sky. That is young families, other

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people, so it is one of those things that has broad appeal and has

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attracted people to the area. An area with a lot of light pollution

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might see thousands of stars. Here on Exmoor you with cedar tree

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billions of stars. Tourism is getting a boost with holiday

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accommodation businesses offering telescopes. Gazing. It is a bragging

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right for people to talk about and to make them proud of their area.

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But it has genuine benefits in terms of bringing tourists to the area.

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And now the top quality of the night sky recorded by exports -- experts

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in Bodmin Moor has experts reaching for the stars. Cornwall councillors

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were discussing a bid for the area to apply for this stock Skystrator

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is. In Cornwall we have some of the darkest skies we have in the whole

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of the UK. We do not have a designation yet but one would hope

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that if we have Bodmin Moor, other places will follow suit. This is a

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great way of preserving something historical, cultural that we can

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pass on to future generations. It isn't just Bodmin Moor looking to

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follow in Exmoor's footsteps. There are also plans for West Cornwall and

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the Isles of Sydney. -- Isles of Scilly.

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It's time for the sport now and Natalie's here with some good

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All four of our main rugby sides won on the road this weekend,

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In the Premiership, a hat-trick from James Short saw Exeter move

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level on points with Saracens in second as they overturned

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a half-time deficit to beat Worcester with seven tries.

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The others came from Gareth Steenson, Olly Woodurn,

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Rob Baxter said his wingers were fantastic and even though

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he was disappointed to have conceded so many points for the second week

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running, he was pleased that the Chiefs had maintained

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Plymouth Albion ground out a tough 20-18 victory at Loughborough

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It was refereed by Exeter's Sara Cox - the first time a woman has taken

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By all accounts she did a good job and got a round of

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applause from the players in the clubhouse afterwards.

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That's six wins out of six for Albion.

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It wasn't the best of weekend's for our League Two football sides,

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Plymouth Argyle stay second in the table after missing out

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Our South West teams managed two draws and a loss

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Plymouth Argyle made the 800-plus mile round-trip to Hartlepool

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and came back with the points to show for it, although it

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Despite a bright start which could have seen

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the Pilgrims go in front, it was the home side

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Rhys Oates reacted quickest to score after Luke McCormick parried former

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But the Pilgrims kept creating chances and it was a magical strike

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from on loan winger Matty Kennedy that brought Plymouth

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It was the Scots's third goal since joining the club from Cardiff.

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It could have got better for Derek Adams's side

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as Ryan Taylor had an effort cleared off the line late on,

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but in the end, they had to settle for the point.

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Closer to home, Exeter City are still looking to get

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back to winning ways after they could only manage

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a draw against an in-form Stevenage at St James Park.

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The Grecians went close in the opening stages through

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Troy Brown and Ollie Watkins, but it was the visitors

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Veterinary winger Jobi McAnuff was allowed too much space

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by the City defence and finished well past Bobby Olejnik.

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Paul Tisdale must have said something at half-time as city

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Reuben Reid got his first in five games, diverting a Lloyd James cross

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The draw keeps Exeter City in the play-off places.

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At the other end of the table, Yeovil made the relatively short

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trip to Cheltenham and were undone by two second-half goals.

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Defender Tim Platovitch rose highest to head James Rose's free kick

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into the net and it soon got worse for the Glovers when Matt Butcher

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caught Kyle Wootton in the area, giving the referee no choice.

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Billy Waters, who missed a good chance just nine minutes earlier,

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took the resulting spot kick and sent Arthur Krysiak the wrong

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way, securing a vital three points for his side.

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The Plymouth Raiders had a weekend of mixed fortunes finishing

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with a dramatic late win over Cheshire Phoenix yesterday.

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But they were beaten by Surrey Scorchers on Friday

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evening, in a game that was broadcast live

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The Raiders kept in touch with their hosts early on,

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but the Scorchers proved too much and eventually took the win 99-75.

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The Raiders are now fifth in the BBL Championship

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with their next game on Friday against the Worcester Wolves

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And finally from me, congratulations to 22-year-old

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Jack Bowyer who plays for Sticker Football

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As of this weekend, he has scored a hat-trick in each

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He plays his football in the Peninsula West Division

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and that's not all - he's now scored a total of eight

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Have any other players stunned that? There are some in the Wolverhampton

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area who have done the same. We wondered if Jack was a record

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breaker but there are some good ones around.

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We've covered many art projects on Spotlight -

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sculptures made out of bottles found on beaches, village lampposts

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adorned with knitted jackets - and now skateboards have been turned

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into works of art by a group of artists in Plymouth.

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18 boards have been transformed at Studio 102 and they're now

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being auctioned to raise money for the Devon Air Ambulance.

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As Jane Chandler reports, each one has a unique design

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with the idea to stop people throwing things away.

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The wheels have come of these skateboards and they are now headed

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in a new direction. This bench is seven different skateboards that I

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have fashioned together into something more functional. I have

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sculptured a bench because they have a background in sculpture. Although

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the artists are not skateboarders, they are sympathetic to their spirit

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of freedom. I found some words online that inspired me. We are

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skateboarders and nothing big or small can stop us except purples. I

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have this vision of kryptonite and pebbles. It's a mixture of mediums

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using spray paint and paint pens. The natural grain of the board is

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sanded back and I left that to give it a nice effect. I am a fan of

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sci-fi and pop culture so I thought I would reach out to that group. It

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is designed to look old and crunchy. Lots of fine metal I covered in

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black paint. I am very proud of it. If you want one of these boards, you

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have until the end of the week to bid for one.

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We were talking about stargazing earlier on. Let's see if we have

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clear skies for that. Probably not. On the good side it is mild. We have

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had temperatures of 15, 16 degrees today, that is pretty mild for

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February. More of the same tomorrow. This week starts mild, there is some

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rain around, it becomes increasingly windy and then it cools down. The

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reason for the web being relatively mild is this westerly wind coming

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off the mild sea. This is the middle of the day tomorrow, by Wednesday

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there is not much change. But a developing area of low pressure on

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the same weather system brings windy conditions across cars on Thursday.

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It could be quite a windy day with gale forced winds. Overnight

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tonight, we continue with spots of drizzle. The mist and the low cloud.

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It will be a similar start to the day we have seen today and a mould

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might to come. This was earlier today where our cameraman tried to

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get some clearer skies, but as you can see, that layer of cloud is

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pretty leaden and it has been with us for much of the day. Some of the

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cloud is low enough to sit on the tops of the coast and low enough to

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sit over the tops of the hills and Morse both tonight and tomorrow. It

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will be mild tonight with temperatures of ten or 11 degrees.

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Tomorrow is the same sort of day, patchy drizzle, brisk westerly

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winds, temperatures of 12, 13 degrees. Temperatures could get

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higher up to 14 or 15. For the Isles of Scilly, Misty at first. Breaks in

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the cloud later in the day. Here are our times of high water. For our

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surface it is rather choppy. Westerly winds for much of tomorrow

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and Wednesday, whipping up some pretty big Cs. Not very clean and

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the coastal waters forecast has the winds westerly with the risk of

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drizzle and the possibility of sea fog patches vote tomorrow and

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including Wednesday. Thursday we are watching quite carefully. It will be

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a windy day, rain in the morning, brighter in the afternoon, colder

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but also brighter on Friday. And that is all from us this evening but

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I am back just after 10:30pm. Good night.

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You're sponsored to swap clothes? I don't get that.

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Maybe you wear your mother's clothes? Cool. Yeah, finally. What?

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I don't get it, what does she wear? No, no...

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Like, she wears someone else's. Cool, yeah. No, she's...

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OK, that's too complicated. Do another one.

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So, like, you get sponsored to let people lick stuff off you for a day.

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Ugh. No, but, like, you get these flavoured... Not going to happen.

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You take a selfie and post it on social media or whatever,

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and then people have to pay to guess who it is?

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That's a no-brainer, we love the secret selfie.

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