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Welcome to BBC Channel Islands on Thursday April 20th.

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Reoffending - almost all the new inmates in Jersey's

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I would be Mori give the courts were not making use of the services we

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have on offer and sending first offenders to prison.

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The digital drive to boost Guernsey's economy.

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And a dry April has taken Guernsey and Jersey into a drought -

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I do not think we will see a great deal of rain over the next few days

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either, fine and dry tomorrow with some sunshine, perhaps a hint of

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rain early next week. Almost all of the new inmates

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sentenced to Jersey's prison last That's the findings

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of the annual report released While it shows overall figures

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of prisoners were slightly down last year compared to 2015 -

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over half of them were The number of criminals

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being locked up dropped in 2016 but those that

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were are not new to crime. According to the Prison Report,

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of the 260 new inmates sent to prison last year -

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97% had previous convictions and 60% had already

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served time behind bars. Although this level

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of re-offending sounds alarming - the Probation Service

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say it's expected. Because it's unusual for people

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to be sent to prison Instead they are usually given fines

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and community service. Sentences in the community are more

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likely to be successful than sentences in custody

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because someone can maintain their employment,

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maintain their family ties, The courts are typically sentencing

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people to custody when they have no other options available either

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because of the seriousness of the offence or because that

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person has exhausted the courts' patience with the alternatives

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and hasn't responded to them. The Prison Report has been

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released in the same week as the new independent

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Prison Monitoring Board Although the board say they can't

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comment on the re-offending rates, they will monitor the welfare

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of prisoners which can That can potentially

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have a huge impact in relation to how people can adapt,

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modify behaviour if that's actually what is required,

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and I think it's good to see a lot of the training programmes that

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are already in place and that will be one of the areas

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that we will be keen to look at. And it's through constructive

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regimes and programmes the prison hope to achieve its primary aim

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to reduce re-offending in future. Emma Chambers, BBC Channel Islands

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News, Jersey. There's been a huge increase

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in the amount of time police in Jersey spend dealing with mental

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health related issues and checking Latest figures show a 178%

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increase over the past five years in mental health issues that

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required police attention and action - and welfare checks were up

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by a third since 2012 too. It comes on the day a UK watchdog

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is warning that public safety is being put at risk there,

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because police in England and Wales are being used to handle

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mental health issues. Jersey police have named the driver

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of the car that crashed on the Five Mile Road late on Sunday.

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Fraser Armstrong remains in a critical but stable

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He was one of four sixth-formers from De La Salle College in the car.

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Their headteacher says the school's thoughts and prayers are with them.

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The three passengers are recovering in Jersey.

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It's being called the future of Guernsey - a plan to attract more

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digital businesses to the island along with the benefits

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which go with it - including up to 5,000 workers

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and an additional ?14 million in income tax.

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But it comes at a cost - so will it get the funding it needs?

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It promises to drive economic growth by investing in the digital sector.

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The new strategy also promotes Guernsey as a choice

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location for business, with big benefits to the island.

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Here at the Digital Greenhouse, a place that encourages

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technology business, the report has been welcomed

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The challenges ahead are many, the big one is going to be funding. The

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new digital strategy strategic framework is a fantastic document, a

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real wish list of how we would love Guernsey to be but the question is

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how is it going to be funded, how much will it be funded? But I think

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it is really important for people to look at it seriously unsafe, this is

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worth investing our time and money and because it's the future of

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Guernsey. By 2026 it is hoped

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the number of people working But the deputy behind the plan

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is worried the States might not give We're looking at budget

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prioritisation that is extremely difficult to be able to properly

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fund these very sensible, pragmatic and doable strategies. But then

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you're told you've got to achieve 2% cut this year, and then 5% and then

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9%, and then how can you do that? in a digital industry in Guernsey,

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but it's argued it'll be up to the States to invest both

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time and money to fully Chris Harrison, BBC Channel Islands

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News, Guernsey. A 30-year-old man from

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Jersey has been found not Kevin Irving had been

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accused of getting into bed with a woman in St

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Helier last July and trying to have sex with her while she mistook

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him for someone else. Julie Flanagan was at the Royal

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Court where he was acquitted. The jury of six men and six women

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took less than two hours to decide This trial was expected to last four

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days but this morning the court decided Mr Irving should face one

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lesser charge of attempted rape rather than the original charges

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of indecent assault and rape. The jury was told the woman had met

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a man on an internet dating site. While out with friends,

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she and the man were texting When they did, Kevin

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Irving was with them. He went back to the same house

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as them to call a taxi but in the hours that followed,

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the woman claimed Irving got into She claimed she only realised it

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wasn't the man she thought it was when there was shouting

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and someone turned The court heard that afterwards

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she was scared and confused and her lawyer said very clearly

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she would never have consented His defence advocate

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Ian Jones told the jury: with the woman there was no evidence

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that Mr Irving was anxious or upset. I would suggest these

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are the actions of someone And today the jury agreed, clearing

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Mr Irving of any wrongdoing. When the verdict was read out Mr

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Irving briefed audio plea and he left the court without making any

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comment. Julie Flannigan, BBC Channel Islands News, Jersey.

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Guernsey police held an open evening to attract

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Islanders had the chance to ask questions about what it's like

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to be in the police, and were shown some demonstrations.

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Some had their finger and shoe prints taken and others were shown

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The police say such events are important to attract

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It's very important. We have to keep recruiting local officers to come

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and join our force. In the past we have struggled sometimes to recruit

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the right amount of officers and most importantly quality officers.

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We cannot let our standards drop so tonight is about encouraging those

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in community thinking about doing this job, come and talk to us and we

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will explain what it's about and come and see what the job in the

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police could be like. Cutting maintenance costs, by

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reducing the need to cut the lawn. That's the idea behind a project

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to plant large areas of wild Although it may look a little bare

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now that won't be the case for long. The States say it'll be good

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for bees, butterflies and budgets. On this particular site we have got

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about 11,000 square metres of grassland. We have taken 2500 for

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the wild flower areas. So that the reduction in cutting is obviously

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25%, and so that is as saving on not only man-hours and fuel but also on

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the exhaust fumes. After two weeks without meaningful

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rain, Guernsey and Jersey Despite a dry April so far,

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reservoirs are nearly full - and tests on the desalination plant

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are due to top them Nevertheless, Guernsey

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and Jersey Water are both urging It is just that season, the nice

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weather has started so the garden takes off and so everyone is out and

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about doing the things they love to do which makes Jersey a great place

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to live. We are reminding them to take the opportunity to remind our

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customers not to waste water. Officially drought -

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the sunshine is stunning but I discovered not

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quite shorts weather. It still feels a bit chilly, doesn't

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it? Yes, it may feel a bit warmer

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tomorrow and into the weekend but it will not last, next week it turns

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colder. Just a refresher on what it means when we talk about the

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drought, a meteorological drought means 15 or more days without any

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appreciable rain. The average rainfall should be around 56

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millimetres for the month of April and we have not had anywhere near

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that. It looks like it will stay dry through and including the weekend

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ahead. So, more scenes like this, lovely picture sent in by Andy on

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Guernsey, more fine weather to enjoy tomorrow, fine and dry, some

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sunshine and generally no wind so it will feel warmer, warmer than today

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at 13 or 14 degrees. The rain bearing clouds is a long way away,

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out in the Atlantic developing into low-pressure, it is a long way away

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and we have high pressure in charge through and including the weekend.

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One Weatherford trapped within it, Saint-Cloud on Saturday, gone on

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Saturday. The cold front drifts down from the north into Monday and

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Tuesday next week. -- weather front trapped within it. Some weather on

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that weather front. More sharp showers on Tuesday. Until then it is

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fine and dry, lovely evening and overnight tonight, temperatures back

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into single figures, chilly at five or 6 degrees, and tomorrow is

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another nice day, more cloud perhaps at times here and there but still

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fine and dry and some sunshine in the afternoon. Temperatures back to

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14 degrees. These are the times of high water, St Helier, 2:15am and

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15:05pm. St Peter Port, 15:10pm. Light swell at the moment and the

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coastal waters forecast as variable wind, generally fair with good

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visibility. The forecast for Saturday is a fair amount of cloud,

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slightly higher temperatures, still light winds, brighter on Sunday,

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slightly cooler feeling a on Sunday and the temperatures start to go

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down again by Monday next week. Monday late in the day there is a

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possibility of a few light showers but the main activity in terms of

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rainfall will be Tuesday with some often heavy showers. Thank you,

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David. You're up to date with the latest

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news for the Channel Islands - I'll be back with your headlines

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at 8pm, have a good evening. Still to come in

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tonight's programme: An education in construction -

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the competition providing lessons And these were the conditions

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on the River Dart today. How long will the dry

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weather continue? To walk for the very first time

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after being in a wheelchair for six years is a dream come true

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in itself, but to complete a marathon - well, it's

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almost unbelievable. But for Spencer Watts,

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a Devon motocross rider who was paralysed in an accident six

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years ago, that's the plan. He's hoping to complete next year's

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London Marathon and, as he explained to Janine Jansen,

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it's all thanks to a new Spencer Watts was paralysed

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from the waist down in a motocross When I had my accident,

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surgeons were telling me you will never ride again and I just

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wanted to prove them all wrong. His solution was to tuck his legs

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behind special bars It was nerve-racking at first,

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but the most important thing with motocross is you have

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to put your leg out Obviously, I'm not able to do that,

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so that was a real big thing to take on and not knowing how I would be

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able to react to that, and just rely on my upper body,

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it really was hard. Recently, he was demonstrating these

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robotic legs at a charity evening. Suddenly, the auctioneer started

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getting people to bid for Spencer. I was lost for words,

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I was all evening. Never for one minute did I think

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that that sort of money would be Spencer says the first time

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he walked was incredible. It was really strange and it felt

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like I was going to fall over. It is like my whole body is floating

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in the air because obviously It is a real strange

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feeling but each time, You've got a watch, and you tell

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the watch what you want to cause you simply tell the watch

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if you want to stand To be up at that height again

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and walking alongside my children, it's great to be able to walk

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to the park with them. Really strange, just a climb down

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stairs again is amazing. Nothing seems to stop

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this young man. Since his accident, he's got married

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and had two children and now that he can walk

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at three miles per hour, Well, he wants to complete next

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year's London Marathon. Good luck to Spencer

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and in Spotlight tomorrow, we'll be hearing from some

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of the south-west runners taking part in this year's London Marathon

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taking place on Sunday. Some sports news and four

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Exeter Chiefs players have been named in the England squad

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which will tour Argentina this year. It's a first call up for 20-year-old

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scrum half Jack Maunder Jack only made his Chiefs

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debut this season. They're among 15 uncapped players

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who've been selected. They join Henry Slade

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and Luke Cowan Dickie and will head Some pictures proving very popular

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on the spotlight Facebook page, baby giraffe has been born at Paignton

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zoo. The new arrival came into the world yesterday morning and staff

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don't know if it is a boy or a girl. The giraffe house is likely to be

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closed for a few days but visitors may just be able to see the baby

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this weekend. You can see why those pictures are

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proving popular. We're often hearing about the need

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to build more houses, but will there be enough

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construction workers Well, efforts are underway to find

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the next generation of builders and, today, some of the region's most

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talented trainees went head to head in a bid to reach the national

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finals of a competition. They were joined by hundreds

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of school children who also got to have a go at some of the skills

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needed in the building trade, Spotlight's John Danks reports from

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South Devon College in Paignton. Year five pupils from Roseland's

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primary school in Paignton get On hand to help are tradesmen

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Chris and Julian from At that age, they might take

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a liking to it and start pursuing it, so we think it is a very good

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idea to get them going that young, And if they are very unlucky,

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they might get to work When you are trying to scrape it in,

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it gets stuck to the side of the wall and you have to get it in the

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centre. You think might be interested in construction? Maybe.

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But the real focus is the regional heat of the Skillbuild competition.

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Around 100 construction trainees from colleges across the south-west

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are competing for a place in the national finals.

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Win or lose, if you can get it on the CV, it is fantastic and just

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taking part is quite fun as well, so it's very good.

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Looking at the joints, the craftsmanship, the way

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they work, if they are working in a safe manner, so we cover

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Six traits were being contested and for the trainees, the chance to

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build the foundations for a successful career.

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It's a massive kick start of their careers, so from here,

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they can go on to the regional final and the national final,

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which will be held later in the year in Birmingham.

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If that goes well, there will be Euro skills and then World skills,

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which will be in Russia and the winner of that comes back

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to the UK and has a fabulous future ahead of them.

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When it comes to plastering, it looks like these kids have it

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covered. The south-west has provided

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incredible backdrops to film over the years,

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and there's about to be another. This latest production coming out

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later this year could provide a big It's a psychological thriller called

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Winter Ridge and it's being shot entirely on location around

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Lynton and Lynmouth. Spotlight's North Devon reporter,

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Andrea Ormsby, has been on set. Tense and emotional,

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two of the main characters in a scene near the end

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of the movie, but the location, can't help being the star

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of the show. What an incredible location

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Valley of the Rocks is. Just has that kind of cinematic look

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that you get in North America, It doesn't really feel

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like it is a really small town, it has that grander scale to it,

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so as soon as we came I knew it was where it had

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to culminate and end. They scoured all over the UK, Wales,

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Norfolk, the Peak District, all rejected the minute they set

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eyes on Lynton and Lynemouth. And it was the perfect

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location for us to do a film like a psychological thriller

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in this area, it is quite ominous, it is quite dark, gritty at night

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and shiny in the day, so it has got nice

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contrasting landscape. Adjust your radio mic and then

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we will be able to shoot! The movie centres around Matt's

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character Ryan Barnes, He is joined by Game of Thrones

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star Hannah Waddingham. The thing that always strikes me

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about Game of Thrones is the crew are so gung-ho and have such passion

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for it and these guys do. From the writers on this,

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to the directors, if you do a low-budget film and the script

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is good enough, you all join and have the same passion,

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so it is not ready that dissimilar, and have the same passion,

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so it is not really that dissimilar, except we are just trying to do it

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on a tighter budget. Keep rolling, guys,

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keep quiet, everyone. Having the film set here

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is a real coup the locals. Having the film set here

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is a real coup for locals. The whole community is,

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because everybody's been involved. Everybody I speak to are either

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an extra or their property is being used in some way

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or their garden, or their view. And it's just created quite a buzz

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and a film like this, I mean, it really could mean the most

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wonderful bookings coming in for our bed and breakfast hotels

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and our restaurants. And not only are locals playing

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extras, one is officially listed I seem to have found myself

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as acting location manager. I don't know why, but I guess

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that'll teach me to pick up I mean, he rang me and asked

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if I could think of some locations that the film company had asked

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for and I came up with some answers and the next thing I know,

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I'm included in the crew. Work experience is also on offer

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for local youngsters. I've been on set watch, which is

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looking at the equipment outside. I've been helping with the actors

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and seeing that they are OK in between the takes and I've been

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helping with backgrounds Filming has just started

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and the crew will be here With a worldwide release later this

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year, everyone here is hoping Well, from beautiful scenes in North

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Devon to another one now. No better way, David.

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I will clear off, look! That nose.

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Sorry to spoil it. Good evening. Yes, you have been taking smashing

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pictures again. The last few days, some of the photographs we have been

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receiving have been brilliant, this is one of our weather watchers.

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Rather more cloud in Somerset, Kingsbury Episcopi whether cloud is

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pretty extensive and produced a spot of drizzle in the afternoon but no

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visible rain and Bluebell starting to come out in Dorset, fantastic

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pictures. Tomorrow is very similar, lots of cloud around at times but

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also some sunshine and still fine and dry. The setup hasn't changed

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very much, we still have high pressure in charge. Some subtle

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changes in the amount of cloud, there are weather friends travelling

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down from the north over the next two or three days. They will change

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think somewhat. Not tomorrow, that is very similar to today, variable

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cloud at times and then some sunshine and then a front comes

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towards us on Saturday, that will keep a lot of cloud for the rest of

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the day but still dry and by Sunday, that will have moved away so Sunday

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is also Brighton dry but this weather system coming in on Monday

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and into Tuesday, quite a bit change associated with that. Not only a

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drop in the temperatures but finally, some appreciable rain. This

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evening is a fine evening, the cloud patchy in nature. This was earlier

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today in Dartmouth, where our cameraman Jeff took the slow journey

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across the river. Some lovely weather here, it has been more

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cloudy today that the South coast but the Sun has come back out and it

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has been pleasantly dry and mild today, with temperatures even a bit

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higher than we have seen today for tomorrow, so tomorrow similar with

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patchy cloud around, enough clear skies overnight to allow

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temperatures back into single figures, so not as cold as it has

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been but certainly low enough, six or 7 degrees the minimum

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temperature. For tomorrow, another very similar day, patchy cloud

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coming and going, largely dry, some decent spells of sunshine and

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temperatures climbing up a little bit higher than they have been

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recently, up to 15, possibly even 16 degrees, 61 in Fahrenheit. For the

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Isles of Scilly, a quiet day, gentle winds and a fine and dry spells of

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sunshine. The times of high water... And for those surfing, it has been

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disappointing this week, the ways haven't been very big but they do

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pick up as we head for the weekend and into the early part of next

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week. The coastal waters forecast, variable winds, no more than a force

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two or three, fair with good visibility and slight seas. This is

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the forecast as we head through the weekend and into next week. Nothing

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too tricky at the moment. Monday, the winds pick up a little bit and

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some point through the day, some light spots of rain out of a weather

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front coming in from the north. What will show you tomorrow is choose a's

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forecast and it will be a bit of a shock because there will be some

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rain on the forecast. Have a good evening. We had to have

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some rain eventually, I suppose, didn't we? That is all from us

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tonight, thank you for joining us. Our late users at 10:30pm and we are

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back again at 6:30am tomorrow. Good night.

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