23/02/2017 Channel Islands News


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Good evening, I'm Charlie McArdle welcome to BBC Channel Islands.

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Jersey's Environment Minister has refused a planning application

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Costly and controversial BUT effective at reducing speeding

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I think it was a waste of money, I think it looks a mess and as a

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choice, it really confusing. I'm a cyclist and it feels really unsafe.

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Plans for a new secondary school on fields in Les Quennevais

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The Environment Minister believes the scheme -

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on farmland near the airport - goes against guidelines

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The decision's disappointed members of the community.

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Jessica Banham is at live at the school.

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This application can then the three things. Was the school needed, what

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with the impact be on the local area and should be built on green field

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site? The most about the school was needed and there was... But had

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concerns about the design of the building. It is a ?40 million

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project, covering 11,000 square metres, but these images now might

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become a reality as planning permission for a new school in Le

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Quennevais has been rejected. Local residents are disappointed. I don't

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think it's very good because a lot of my friends went to Le Quennevais

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said it was crowded and didn't have seats in the canteen. I have

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conceivably would have gone to that school they were older and I think a

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new and better school should be done. We do need a new school, we

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have an ever-growing population, I'm sure they have their reasons,

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whatever they are, it will have to be looked at again. The minister's

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decision was based on a report compiled by an independent planning

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inspector, during a public enquiry last month. In that report, the

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inspector concluded he had considerable reservations about the

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site layout. He also concluded that the design

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of the proposed building Raising particular concerns

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about the building shapes, Education bosses remain convinced

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that a modified application will be approved. We had a meeting this

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morning so what will happen is we will have further meetings, look

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again to discuss what the concerns were with regard to the design,

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redesign that and look at the situation with regard to traffic and

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redesign that as well. Peaky Blinders he has been advised new

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design to the school could be put together in little as six weeks. The

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deputy will make any future decision. What were your main

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concerns about the design? There were issues and an inspector found

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and I agreed that generally the shape of the building didn't sit

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together, they were various shapes, it is a large building as we know,

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and they didn't sit together, they would surely pleasing, he also

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raised issues about the finish is used on the building and the colour

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which is incidental, but in the building of the magnitude is this,

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it's really important, hugely important, we have got to get it as

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best as we can to sit in the landscape in the best way we can

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find. He mentioned in the statement you released that you're working

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with the infrastructure and education Department on future

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proposals, but we've already had a public enquiry, why were issues

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around the design of the building find out for this? There were a

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number of issues, the main one being the one you raised early, can we

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build in the Green zone, it is against the policies of the island

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pine, and is there a need? I'm delighted those issues have been

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resolved. But we need to work harder on this application permits an

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important school and everybody needs to be proud of what we can to put on

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the site, so my department will continue to give the application

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advice to infrastructure and I'm confident we can come up with a

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compressed plastic building in the future. -- fantastic building. The

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education Department had targeted news rule could still be opened by

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2020. -- the new school. A business in St Peter Port

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was raided in connection with money A woman was arrested

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at the offices of Immuno Biotech - which distributed the unlicensed

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blood product GC MAF before it was outlawed -

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while a man was arrested Police officers removed "a number

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of items" for further examination. Guernsey's Economic Crime Division

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is leading the investigation, The number of drivers caught

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speeding in a Jersey village has dropped 40 percent

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since the installation of a controversial

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traffic-calming measure. The speed bump in St Mary has been

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criticised for being confusing - and for its quarter-of-a-million

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pound price tag. Who would've thought a raised bit

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of granite could cause such a fuss? This speed bump in St Mary was built

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just under two years ago as part So unpopular, it's even been

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the victim of vandalism. But could new figures turn it

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from victim to hero? Since its completion,

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speeding offences in the parish have fallen -

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from 155 in 2015 Will that make people

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finally warm to the quarter A lot of money spent, it could have

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been done a different way. If it came in St Martin the box more

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effective and less confusing. I think it could have been done

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differently. It's a very expensive overcoming the traffic.

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But the department behind the work credits the bump

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with helping reduce the number of drivers caught speeding.

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The only way which will bring it down to zero

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is active policing so that's police being out there as much as possible.

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That's a stretch for the honoraries and the States police to do

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with the size of the island and the resources they've got,

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so it takes some pro-active measures form the drivers themselves.

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So while it'll take more policing and a change in driver attitude

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to end speeding completely, this bump in the road has helped -

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even if that hasn't helped its popularity.

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Lots of you have been getting in touch with the BBC today

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Julie believes it's still a waste of money and that the number

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of drivers caught speeding depend on the number of speed

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checks the police do so might not be relevant.

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Guernsey and Jersey's one pound coins are being

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The current Guernsey and Jersey coins will be withdrawn

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The UK's new 12-sided one pound coin will be legal tender

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in the island from March, but there'll be no

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You're being encouraged to exchange your UK and Guernsey or Jersey coins

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The States says people prefer notes.

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The circulation of Guernsey pound coins is very small, none have been

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issued since 2006, because the people of the islands much prefer

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the pound note. Part of Jersey's town centre

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was cordoned off at lunchtime as nine firefighters dealt

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with a fire in the roof above a shop Two crews were called

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after staff in a pharmacy and doctor's surgery in the Parade

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smelt smoke and the fire The fire service said workers

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using a blowtorch on the roof at the rear of the building had

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accidentally set alight timbers. A tree's been planted to commemorate

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protests that helped Campaigners were angry

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when People's Park in St Helier was shortlisted as a possible site

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for the island's new hospital. 5,000 people signed

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a petition against the move, forcing the Health Minister to take

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it off the list of options The red oak planting ceremony

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was a chance for campaigners to reflect on the importance

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of the park. It's important that we have the

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space to allow the people who will be living in Saint Hillier in

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decades of centuries to come to be able to enjoy themselves, do

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whatever leisure, sport, activities, however families, however people

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individuals, businesses, whoever that there is space available for

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all sorts of activities, which is open, accessible, three and

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something which needs to be preserved.

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Doris has stormed her way across the UK leaving havoc

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in her wake, thankfully the islands have ecaped.

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How's it looking as we get closer to the weekend?

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I think we have got over quite likely, it has been postulated a but

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nothing unusual for us, the strength of wind is now beginning to ease and

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that process continues. Doris is now well over to the east. Lighter

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winds, just a bit cooler perhaps, and small chance of a few showers.

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As one area of low pressure moves out of the way, what follows is this

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temporary brief ridge of high pressure, strong enough to give us

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some sunshine tomorrow, and then this would affront and this one

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following will change things as we move into the weekend, so make the

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most of tomorrow, before we see more cloud and patchy rain late into the

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weekend. A fair amount of clear sky means a runner to be chilly night,

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some cold air that has followed that storm that has swept through, we

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start the day tomorrow morning, temperatures are five or 6 degrees,

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for much of the day tomorrow, it's bright, try, they will be some

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sunshine, winds continuing to drop, perhaps a bit more cloud around

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through the afternoon, capable of producing a few showers but there

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aren't many of those. Onto the forecast for the times of high

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water. Some quite big swell running after that storm, so some sizeable

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waves to start with, they calm down into the afternoon to. Generally

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pretty good visibility. Next week, another area of low pressure, this

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time the air is coming from a long way north, round the side of that

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area, so there is the potential for lower temperatures. Monday we start

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to cool down and certainly by the end of the day on Monday, we start

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to see that the bridges back down into single figures so tomorrow,

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make the most of the bright and dry day!

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Never mind! Before we go, reminder of our top story plans for a new Le

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Quennevais school have been rejected. I will be back with a news

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update just before 8pm and again at 10:25 p.m.. Good night.

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these improvements near Saltash. Cornwall Council today branded

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today's settlement shockingly small and disappointing.

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Now a brief round-up of other news tonight.

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A woman's died following a fire at a bungalow in Wadebridge.

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Firefighters managed to get her out of the building and she was taken

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to the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro.

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Officers have praised the "brave attempts" made

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to make way for a ?75 million redevelopment -

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The city council says it needs more time to finish its bid.

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Construction on the new leisure complex and a new bus station had

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been due to start at the end of next month.

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The Maritime and Coastguard Agency says people calling 999

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in South Devon will still get help, despite a dispute with

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members of the Dartmouth Coastguard Rescue Team.

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It's understood two senior members have quit

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The team is responsible for cliff rescues.

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It's thought the dispute centres around changes to their procedures.

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Justin? Volunteering for the BBC. And I'm still volunteering in a way!

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I used to back-up horse manure and sell it by the side of the road. Did

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you! Very useful. Well, matching up those looking

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for the first rung on the employment ladder with the jobs available

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hasn't proved easy in But that's all changing,

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thanks to a group of teenagers at Treviglas Community College in

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Newquay. Christine Butler has been catching

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up with the schoolgirls turned The teenagers that could help out

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coastal resorts in peak season. Paige cleans surfboards

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and was lucky enough to be I help wax them and I helped just

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sorting out the wetsuits, helping people get

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the wetsuits, the rash vests. And then on the last surf

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of the day, I go out with the group and I kind of help them there,

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like push them onto the waves and help them stand up and just help

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them feel confident in the water. Abigail mucks out all the time

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at home but is now feeling she wants Well, I have horses at home

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so I have a lot of experience with them and I don't

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mind hard work. And although I don't have goats,

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I think I could get used to them. I've advertised before and you only

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get one or two people reply and you end up choosing somebody

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that may not be wholly suitable for the job,

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but you're restricted on choice. Back in the classroom,

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the schoolgirls learnt to set Soon to be launched online,

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linking employers with teenagers. Teenwork Cornwall is basically

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a meeting place for employers and employees to connect

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and find jobs. And it's all done over social media

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and a website which will be With this system, the employer

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advertises vacancies on the website. The student picks a job

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and gives them a call. Teenwork is even improving

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the prospects for those Because we are only Year 10,

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it's kind of hard because we don't really have much experience,

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but we are having lots of meetings with different employers and getting

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lots of different opinions. And so we, it's definitely

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an experience, and we are learning Farmer Rob has already

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subscribed to the scheme. This Teenwork thing,

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they are almost coming to you. They are looking for work,

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so you've got a guarantee that out of the pool of people you're

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going to get someone that you want, or someone that is actually

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interested in what your advertising. If it's the employment market

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Abigail wants to attract, she's already getting a bit

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of a nipple! Christine Butler, BBC

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Spotlight, Newquay. Still to come in

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tonight's programme... an international photojournalist

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reveals his images at And join me later when I'll be here,

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learning a feud dance steps from the guys at Lord of the Dance.

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The late Hugh Scully is fondly remembered as a presenter of this

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programme, as well as Nationwide and of course Antiques Roadshow.

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But away from the screen, he was something of a collector

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himself and this weekend his collection of antique framed

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Graham Bazeley, who was a friend of Hugh's, is the auctioneer

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and he gave us a preview of what will be going

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Well, Hugh Scully was an avid collector, as you can see here,

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of political cartoons from a particular period.

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They were 18th-century, early 19th century,

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the reigns of George II, George I, George II,

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George III, up until the reign of Queen Victoria.

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The cartoons were a way of criticising the court

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and the ongoings of the government at the time, and therefore some

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of them are quite, well, shall we say, bawdy,

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and some of them are quite rude, in the nicest possible way!

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ARCHIVE: Napoleon Bonaparte described us

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We've also been called a nation of goalkeepers.

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But are we, I wonder, on the point of becoming

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I remember Hugh from the beginning, Nationwide and Spotlight

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And then eventually, of course, hosting the Antiques Roadshow.

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The one subject we've not really done so far

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So I'm using this opportunity to speak to John about that.

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And John, you know all the old wives' tales

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about soaking your rings in gin and scrubbing...

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This particular one is very interesting.

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They obviously knew that he collected 18th-century cartoons.

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We've been on the air for so many years now that we are beginning

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Hugh Scully also made quite an extensive collection of maps.

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I would call them the 17th century version of a satellite

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They are for coaching maps and they are in strict form and it

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This one is particularly old, dating from around 1640.

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Illustrated here with this castle, in a little vignette there.

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We're really lucky to have this collection and it will come under

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the hammer on Saturday morning in Penzance.

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Looks like a massive collection. Very extensive, wasn't it?

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He's had a ringside seat during some of the biggest moments

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As a photojournalist, Tor Eigeland has captured

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images of news events from around the globe.

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But he's now settled in Dorset and is showing his work

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at Duke's Auctioneers in his new home town of Dorchester.

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Our reporter Claire Vera has been to see some of the moments

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You try to transmit feelings, events.

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You don't fake anything, you do it straight.

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For more than half a century, Tor Eigeland has been

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putting a thousand words into a single picture.

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It was hot and this desperate mother didn't know how

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ARCHIVE: Joyous followers of Fidel Castro sweep

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triumphantly through the Cuban capital, hours after...

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In 1959, Tor witnessed Castro's arrival in Havana,

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Tor, living closely with his subjects, here

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is saddened by the loss of some of the worlds he's captured.

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A lot of the things I've covered definitely do not exist any longer,

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In a way I wish I hadn't met all those people.

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As you can see what has happened to Syria, it really,

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Well, he may have travelled the world, but all roads have

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eventually led to Dorset, where he is putting on his first

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exhibition, so local people can see his work.

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I think it's just amazing for Dorchester to have an exhibition of

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such global significance. Tor has had an amazing career. I wouldn't be

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surprised if we really had a wide range of people coming in to see it.

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His later work features laces more familiar to us, but Tor Eigeland is

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still learning. I think it is a blessed, calm corner of the world.

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People here are very lucky to be here, I think.

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Now, get ready for a spot of Celtic music and fast dancing.

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Yes, Michael Flatley's Lord of the Dance has

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It's part of the 20th anniversary UK tour,

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which is visiting more than 20 venues.

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So we thought we'd send our one Irish reporter

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Johnny Rutherford learn a few Irish steps from one

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Have a look at what I'm wearing. I'm not quite sure why, why am I wearing

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this? Well, you're Irish, we might need you in the show tonight, you

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must at dancing! Tonight? For a lesson.

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CHUCKLES Faster than me! But let's be

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serious, you're here for four nights, it's the middle of the tour,

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it's a new style of what has been done for 20 years. What's new? Well,

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Michael Flatley released the show in 2015. We put new choreography in

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there, new hand movements, new beats. We've got new costumes, new

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set, lighting, sounds of these great graphics as you can see behind us.

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We're really excited just to take you around the world again. That

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does sound very exciting. And out here, Plymouth pavilions will be

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absolutely packed to be able to watch a show as good as this.

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It is very impressive, isn't it? I thought Johnny did a good job. Going

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back to his Irish roots! Now, performing Lord of the dance and

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bringing us the weather at the same time, David, over to you! You need

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to get those legs up a bit more! Hello, good evening. It's been a

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pretty wild day. Perhaps not too bad for us, a normal blustery day

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really, although the gusts of wind have been pretty lively, but other

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parts of the country have been battered by Storm Doris, which has

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now left us and moved away to Scandinavia. You've been out taking

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pictures of rough conditions, this picture sent in by Keith of Paul

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Townend beat channel so long in Somerset and Devon we have had

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pretty lively conditions. -- this picture of Porthtowan Beach. Peak

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gusts up at just shy of 70 mph. Not unusual to see those gusts of wind

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but a much quieter day to look forward to tomorrow, just that

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cooler, slightly fresher air has arrived after the low pressure has

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moved out of the way. The main setup for the next 24 hours is for a ridge

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of high pressure coming over us. Compared to the conditions we've

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seen today, it is quite a bit for tomorrow. This was along the north

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coast today, where our cameraman went to Jabbar with

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-- Trebarwith Strand. The waves dangerous along the coastline but

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very quickly I think these scenes will calm down in the second half of

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the night and tomorrow we will lose the strength of the wind. It is that

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clear sky that will allow temperatures to fall away, that is

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already happening this evening. The ridge of high pressure with us for

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perhaps just one day because the weekend forecast is pretty

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unsettled, one weather front coming in from the West on Saturday

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bringing some outbreaks of rain and another will follow as we move

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through Sunday. Behind that, to the north of this cold front, it's white

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on here suggesting that some of the showers in Monday and Tuesday's

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forecast could turn wintry and perhaps a return to some overnight

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frost. Frost is possible to night with a good deal of clear sky but I

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think temperatures will not get much lower than around two or three

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degrees. The further west, the higher the temperatures, so parts of

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Dorset and Somerset may see a brief frost first thing tomorrow morning.

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For all of us to marry a pretty good day, there might be few showers

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around but I think the wind is much lighter than they have been, nothing

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to worry us too. Perhaps more cloud around later in the day but we

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should see temperatures back up to nine or 10 degrees. The forecast for

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the Isles of Scilly, a bright start but turning cloudy with the risk of

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a few showers later in the day. The times of the high water, Penzance...

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And for most of our beaches, the waves are still quite big and still

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a bit choppy with those north-west conditions along the coast between

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four and six feet but nothing compared to what we've seen today.

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There is our coastal waters forecast. As we head into the

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weekend, there is a lot of cloud, relatively mild and breezy with the

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winter and the south-west and now turning colder on Sunday night and

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into Monday. Have a good evening, back to you.

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Thank you, Lord David! Back with the late news at half past ten. Hope you

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can join us then. From all of us on Spotlight, goodbye.

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