16/03/2017 Channel Islands News


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the widow trying to save lives after her husband's death.

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Just to have that Bolt out of the blue, terminal cancer diagnosis at

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29, just couldn't believe what we were hearing.

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Plus, just three months before the Island Games, a mass walkout

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There are temporary traffic lights outside the Co-op...

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And young Channel Islanders take over, for BBC News School Report.

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Good evening. I'm Luxmy Gopal.

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whose husband died from a brain tumour

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less than a year after their wedding,

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wants to raise awareness of the disease so other families

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don't have to go through the same thing.

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Emma Cotillard was six months pregnant, when she and her husband

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Justin had to cut short their honeymoon so he could get

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Jessica Banham has their story - which you may find upsetting.

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Emma talks to Mia about her father every day.

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A keen sportsman, Justin often split his time between the boxing

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But one night during the couple's honeymoon in France in the summer

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of 2015, he no longer recognised his new wife.

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Returning home to St Helier, he was diagnosed with

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we both had careers, we had our lovely

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We just thought we're a really lucky couple to have found this together,

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and then just to have that bolt out of the blue, terminal cancer

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just couldn't believe what we were hearing.

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Brain tumours kill more adults under 40 in the UK

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Here in Jersey, the most recent statistics show that almost 200

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people were seen for brain tumours at the General Hospital

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But once diagnosed with a cancerous tumour, just 14% of adults

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The impact of brain tumours are very significant,

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and they're very difficult to treat because surgically there's always

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the potential risk that you will damage the brain

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For Justin, despite successful surgery his tumour grew back,

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and he was given just two weeks to live.

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He managed to survive for a further ten months, until his family

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At the time Mia had developed chicken pox, and wasn't

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allowed into the hospice where he was staying.

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They came into us and said, he is hanging on for something, what could

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it be? And my brother said, because he has not seen Mia, maybe he wants

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to see her. Sorry... I'll pull myself together. That's the worst

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part about this whole story. So the nurses said, you know, it's a one

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off, if we bring Mia up, you'll bring her straight into Justin's

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room and let her have some final time with him.

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Emma believes further research into brain tumours is vital -

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there have been few developments in how to treat them

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And ultimately she hopes that by telling Justin's story,

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she might be able to prevent other families from going through

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Well, our reporter Jessica Banham joins me in the studio - Jessica,

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I understand Emma also wants to create a support

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Yes, Emma told me that when she lost Justin she felt quite isolated, as

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many of the widows she met were older than she was. So she found a

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charity in the UK that supports younger widows under the age of 50,

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but she could always -- only access their material online. So she wants

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to set up her own support group. It is in the early stages at the

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moment, but she's been getting positive feedback from local people.

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She thinks some help and guidance is really missing.

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In other news, Jersey's education review group is frustrated

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at what it calls the long-term failure by the States to fund young

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It shows the island spends far less on higher education than most

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The Education and Treasury Ministers have been criticised for not getting

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I think the evidence shows that if we want to support local businesses

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and want our students to reach the top of their profession, and we want

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to address the concerns over population growth, we have to be

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able to support our students into higher education. We will look at

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the findings and report accordingly, but I think they didn't come up with

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really long standing and sustainable funding, because it can cost, we

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reckon, up to ?30 million a year. And that is an awful lot of money.

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The father of the murdered Guernsey woman Sarah Groves

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says he's spoken to the man accused of killing her in India.

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The 23-year-old was stabbed to death in Kashmir in 2013.

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Her family fear they may never get justice, after 90 court hearings

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But her father today revealed he's talked on the phone to the man

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accused of killing her, Dutch national Richard De Wit.

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He said the details of their conversation can't be

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shared, but described the call as "unsatisfactory".

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Jersey's women's football manager and the rest

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of his coaching team have resigned, saying their positions

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It's a major blow to the team, who are hoping to retain

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their Island Games gold medal this summer.

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Our sports editor Tim Pryor has the story.

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was the defining moment of the 2015 Island Games.

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The women's game in the island at its highest -

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but now at a real low, as the manager that day,

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Simon Petulla, and the rest of his senior coaching team,

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have stepped down after a falling out with JFA bosses.

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We're not getting the support we think we deserve. I'm devastated,

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but it's something we think we have to do at this stage.

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His decision comes a week after his wife Kerry quit

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as JFA vice-president, and follows the controversial

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cancellation of the women's Muratti against rivals Guernsey.

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He feels the Jersey FA should have tried

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There's only been 20 or so Murattis, and you can't lose the Muratti, you

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have to fight for it. -- 20 or so Murattis for women.

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So, with exactly 100 days to go until the Island Games,

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another blow to women's football in the Channel Islands.

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And with a friendly against the Navy just two days away, the Jersey FA

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will have to act quickly to find a new manager.

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The Jersey FA have said they are disappointed with Simon's decision,

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and thank him for his enthusiast -- enthusiasm and commitment.

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But women's football is seemingly in a mess in the islands -

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you have to wonder who would want the hassle of taking on the job.

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In rugby, Jersey Reds' James Freeman, who's captained

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the team for much of this season, is joining Premiership

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Freeman - seen here wearing number six in the black scrum cap -

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has signed a two-year deal with Exeter from the

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He's the latest in a growing list of forwards leaving St Peter.

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It's BBC News School Report day, where 30,000 young people

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from around the British Isles are making their very

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Here in the Channel Islands, pupils in both Guernsey and Jersey

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have been trying their hand at being radio and TV reporters,

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OK, stand-by. This is Joshua, one of 30,000 students taking part today.

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There are temporary traffic lights outside the Co-op. And lane

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restrictions at Green street roundabout.

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Broadcasting live on BBC Radio Jersey, a chance for these pupils

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Yes, I think I would try to become a presenter. It just seems really fun.

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And these budding school reporters have been making their own news.

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Earlier in the week they interviewed Olympic champion Sam Quek

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We spoke to him on the phone, so now we just need to edit it, put

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pictures and videos behind it so it all looks clean, then we will drop

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it to our teacher and we will be finished.

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In Guernsey, Elizabeth College students were out today creating

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Hi, I'm Adam. I'm Ben. And I'm Angus. Today we are going to be

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doing a news report on the fog. Have you had any problems with the fog?

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Always having problems with the fog. And they certainly took

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to speaking to the public. It's a good opportunity to see how a

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person in the real world doing this would have to work daily, it boosts

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your confidence to ask members of the public questions and things.

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These young Channel Islanders can now take away what they learn

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from their experiences today - and maybe one day they'll become

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I had all my windows open today for the first time this year,

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And now a man who always has a spring in his step -

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Is the wintry weather behind us? Certainly the mist and fog is

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starting to get behind us. There is still some chill in the air, we

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haven't seen the last of the cold weather. This is a shot from St

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Peter Port this morning. Something we've had to get rid -- used to all

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week. But tomorrow is a different day, and a brighter day. The air has

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less moisture, it is drier, slightly colder, and it should be bright and

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dry for most of the day. It will cloud over later, also becoming

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quite breezy with westerly or north-westerly winds. The change is

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because that area of high pressure's beginning to weaken. This cold front

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introduces colder air, but also better visibility. It sweeps through

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later tonight, gone by tomorrow morning, and with a ridge of high

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pressure for tomorrow, and westerly winds, we should get good visibility

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and might even get some sunshine. These weather fronts get closer on

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Saturday Sunday, making it rather more cloudy. At the moment we still

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have some low cloud around, but a clearance across parts of Devon and

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Cornwall. It may take its time and come in in stages, then if clouds

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over, and finally we will get a clearance in the small hours of the

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morning. A few spots of drizzle, 607 degrees the minimum temperature, so

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that colder than last night. Tomorrow's a good day, some

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sunshine. -- six or 7 degrees. They called a feeling day, 10 degrees

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will be the maximum temperature. At times of high water... -- our time.

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For our servers, slightly more choppy. The coastal waters... Now,

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both days of the weekend I would be quite cloudy, not necessarily that

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much rain coming out of that cloud, but limited brightness. Perhaps a

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bit brighter by the time we get a Monday, and temperatures up to about

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11 degrees, 52 in Fahrenheit. -- by the time we get to Monday. That our

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top story: a young widow from Jersey whose husband died from a brain

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tumour wants to raise awareness of the disease to save more lives.

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You're up to date with the latest news for the Channel Islands -

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I'll be back with your headlines at eight, Have a good evening.

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Saddle up - we're off to the races in a moment and we'll be handing

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over our reins to the teenagers taking part in school report.

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We'll also find out if the weather is going to be stable.

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And you can see from the satellite picture the skies

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Colder tonight and turning unsettled as we head towards the week.

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Half of the horses involved in tomorrow's Cheltenham Gold Cup

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Most of the chatter is about Colin Tizzard,

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the fairy tale of the farmer whose stables get bigger

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Tizzard has two of the favourites for the race -

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Cue Card and Native River. So what's his secret?

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Alastair Durden has been to his stables

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Work starts before sunrise at the stables in Milborne Port.

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Just keep in a straight line, nice and steady trot.

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Colin Tizzard leads a thriving yard - it's earned ?1.5 million in prize

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There is still an air of modesty about the former dairy

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farmer who's become one of Britain's leading trainers.

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A short drive from his stables are the picturesque gallops,

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He's come a long way since getting his licence back in 1998.

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It's not an easy profession, I tell you that.

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It's every morning, seven days a week, every day

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of the year to be fair, so it's not easy.

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But I've got to try to make sure I enjoy every bit of it.

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The last ten years, it got out of control and you have to deal

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with a lot of staff, you've got to delegate,

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If a good horse comes up and someone half makes some remark

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that they wouldn't mind another one, we've got to do it.

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If you don't take it on straightaway, someone else

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will buy that horse. Colin admits he's still getting

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used to the spotlight his successors created.

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But his story is one racing has fallen in love with.

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It's been a tremendous rise from relative obscurity

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and the fact that this story is here in the grassroots

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of the British countryside, it's fantastic for the sport.

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Those hours of milking cows are now a thing of the past.

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And he's right at the top of the tree.

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12 months ago, this fall denied Cue Card and Tizzard Gold Cup glory

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and the hugely popular 11-year-old has picked himself up to have

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And then there is Native River who has taken everyone by surprise.

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We thought if we just had a horse good enough to run in the Gold Cup

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it would be quite an achievement, and to suddenly find it's favourite,

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As for Colin Tizzard, he's refusing to pick his favourite.

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Whatever the result, he'll be back in the yard first

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light on Saturday to start all over again.

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We've spent much of today looking over our shoulders ad hoping

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We've spent much of today looking over our shoulders and hoping

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we've still got jobs, as we get to meet potential stars

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It's School Report Day when teenagers have a go

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at reporting the news. This year it's had quite an impact.

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One group of youngsters from St Austell have made

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it their mission to try and help the people of Sierra Leone.

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They've filmed their fundraising, but rather than us telling

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you about their efforts, let's hand you over to Bella

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For BBC School Report, I'm reporting from Penrice Academy

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where this year, we raised over ?12,000 in just four weeks

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This year, at Penrice Academy, our mission is to send a donation

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box container of clothes, books, toys and medical equipment

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to children in Kissi Town in Sierra Leone for project 3580.

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Mr Knight who works with Project 3580, told us in assembly

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all about the children in Kissi Town.

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As a school, we were really affected by this story

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and were proud to do our part. So what is Project 3580?

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Project 3580 is a charity set up by a former colleague of mine

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helping people in Kissi Town in Sierra Leone.

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The name of the project - 3580 - comes from the amount of children

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by the age of ten that died in acamp of 12,000 from malaria.

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So 3,580 children died from malaria at the age of ten in just one year.

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It all started with a fun run to raise money for a shipping

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container to be sent from Cornwall to Sierra Leone, which is one of

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Today, we're out here to raise money for Penrice Academy Project 3580.

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We've had loads of students, over half the school has come out

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on the run for this great cause and we think that we've raised

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We raised over ?12,000 in just four weeks.

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In Penrice Academy, staff and students decorated this donation

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box and it's already been filled once to the top by the

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I spoke to Dennis, pastor of the school in Kissi Town to hear

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more about how fundraising will help the children.

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How are you? I'm good, thank you.

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Thank you for the hard work. I know it's very hard.

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You work very hard to support us here.

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There is a long way to go and a big container to fill but it's amazing

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to hear how students at Penrice are changing young lives,

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especially from the children of Kissi Town themselves.

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You will definitely get footballs. Are you sure?

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Yes. OK, thank you.

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I promise the footballs. OK.

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This is Bella for BBC School Report, Penrice Academy, Cornwall.

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Bella is in the studio. Thank you for coming in. Did you forget the

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footballs? I definitely won't forget them! Television is such a powerful

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instrument for getting your message across, particularly for

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fundraising, did you enjoy the experience? It was amazing and I

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would love to have a job when I'm older in TV so it was an amazing

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experience. Your head boy, what did you find... It must have been easy

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view? It was far from easy at times because we had constant challenges

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and we had to make sure people were bringing their money in on time for

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the fun run on so many things could have gone wrong. But it went

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perfectly smoothly on the day. You had an exam today? What was it?

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English literature. It went fine. You are doing English, do you want

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to do journalism as a career? Not particularly that I'd quite like to

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go into medicine. This has been a fantastic opportunity today to

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experience a different job. Were there any scraps or fight over who

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did what? Who would present, produce? I don't think so, we all

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kind of knew what we wanted to do and we all slotted in perfectly. You

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look very calm and collected, Bella, did you take to it naturally? Yes, I

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love acting and being in the spotlight so it was nice being on

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camera. We are constantly told young people like you get their news and

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information not from television buck from things like Facebook and

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Twitter and is that how you get it? Quite regularly. That's why we set

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up a Facebook page for our project. The project is everywhere online so

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we can raise awareness. Television is still very important now! Our job

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is very hard, isn't it? I found that out today! Quite a lot of pressure

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on you guys. Can you tell everyone that?!

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And if you'd like to find out more about BBC School Report including

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how you and your school can get involved, we've got you covered.

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Just head to bbc.co.uk/schoolreport and there you'll find resources

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Hundreds of dancers from across Cornwall are in final

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rehearsals for a production of Sleeping Beauty.

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The Duchy Ballet cast includes an 18-ear-old ballerina who's

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just been awarded a place at the prestigous Romberre School.

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Alabama Seymour from Truro also rides motorbikes - sideways!

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This report on ballet and bikes from David George.

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Duchy Ballet in the studio dress rehearsal for the performance.

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In the red costume is Alabama Seymour from Chasewater.

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When she's not rehearsing or studying at college,

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she performs in her family's Wall of Death show.

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My parents own the Demon Drone Wall of Death.

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My dad and my brother are the main riders but I also sit

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Soon, Alabama will be off to the world-famous rum

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It's incredible, I was so over the moon.

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I didn't expect to get in. Hopefully, it means one day I'll be

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in the Romberre Company which will be my dream.

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Alabama and the 100 dancers from Cornwall have now been

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joined by Princess Aurora, the sleeping beauty herself

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and Prince Desiree. Professional principal

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dancers who have come to Cornwall from South Africa.

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I think the kids are always so enthusiastic and I love helping

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out wherever I can and it's really great working with younger kids.

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I think always working with children especially,

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they get very excited which is lovely to see

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but you don't always know what's going to happen on the night.

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But we work with kids all the time in Cape Town and I even

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remember when I was a child, I used to love doing this sort of

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thing and it was so inspirational, so I hope to do the same thing

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for them and be something they can look up to hopefully.

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The dancers are aged from seven to...

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Well, a lot older. Darcy is one of the youngest.

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I just like dancing, because I quite like it

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because you get to do a lot of moves and stuff and you get to perform

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on stage and I quite like performing in front of lots of people.

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Lots of people will be watching Sleeping Beauty at the Hall

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for Cornwall in Truro tomorrow and Saturday.

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Isn't Ballet gorgeous? It's stunning. It's time for the weather

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forecast. David is here, is the weather looking good?

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Not brilliant to be honest! It's looking all right for tomorrow.

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Tomorrow probably a much better day than we would be used to with all of

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this low cloud and mist. But it may be just the one day because the

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weekend, a bit of change coming. This was the sunshine in Cornwall

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this afternoon. Glorious shot of the daffodils growing. Other parts of

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the south-west have been very grave. Fog and mist causing all sorts of

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problems. That is all about to change. The reason is because we've

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got a cold weather front coming in this evening that will introduce and

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has started already, clearer skies and lower temperatures and better

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visibility. A bright and dry start tomorrow, it will cloud over and

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some patchy rain later in the day. Most of the day will be dry. Lots of

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rain to the north of us but very slowly coming south. A largely dry

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day mostly. Saturday, doesn't look too hopeful. Sunday is similar with

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another weather front approaching from the west to give further

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outbreaks of rain. Satellite pictures showing two stripes of

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cloud, this is the one with all of the low cloud in it moving to

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central parts of Britain. That is already clearing from parts of

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Cornwall. The next one, the main front has a hint of blue and will

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come through fairly swiftly this evening. Some rain out of that, that

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pushes through and then it clears up in the second half of the night

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which will drop the temperature. It will be much colder than it was last

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night. We have been used to mild nights so far this week. We start

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the day tomorrow morning, a few places at three degrees, even called

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an affray touch of frost. Tomorrow, the best of the sunshine will be in

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tomorrow morning and it will generally cloud over. With a top

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temperature of ten or 11 degrees. More of a breeze, it will feel

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colder. The Isles of Scilly will have some brief brightness and some

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patchy rain turning up. Turning quite windy also.

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Like we've seen all week, the waves pretty big Fathauer surface.

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Tomorrow, much more of a breeze so the surf and waves will be there but

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not as clean as they have been. Pretty messy conditions. That is the

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coastal waters forecast. Not a lot of cheer in the weekend

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forecast. Lots of cloud, slightly less cold, 13, top temperature.

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Quite breezy at times. Have a good evening.

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That's all from us. The late news will be at 10:30pm. Goodnight.

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