24/04/2017 Channel Islands News


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I'm Charlie McArdle, welcome to Monday's BBC Channel Islands.

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It wasn't the fairy tale ending they'd hoped.

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Jersey Reds miss the chance to make history by just one point.

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Beautiful Jersey, but there are concerns that cost cutting

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I am hugely proud of everyone, managing to get us this far.

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And a charity milestone means children from the Channel Islands

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will have access to a new trauma and emergency department

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When your child is in an accident, you want them to get the best care

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they possibly can and this trauma centre will give them that care.

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Brave and bold and a huge confidence boost for the future.

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It may not have been the result the Jersey Reds were after,

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but their narrow defeat in the British and Irish Cup bodes

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In a nail-biting final in Cork, the cup was snatched from Jersey's

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And not to confuse you, but the Reds were playing in blue.

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Our Sports Editor, Tim Pryor, was in Cork and sent this report.

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To lose any final is getting bad to lose like this is cool at the end of

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the best season in the club's long history. Jersey got the best

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possible start with a try after just one minute. They built up an 18

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point lead. But the hosts scored tries of their own either side of

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half-time to steal the momentum. Hardy with a try for the Jersey Reds

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in the second half. But it was Munster who dominated as the game

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wore on, despite brilliant support from the fans who travelled to cheer

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on their side. A penalty ten minutes from the end gave the Irish said the

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victory and the cup by the narrowest of margins. To come away to Munster,

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a quality team, I think the boys rolled up their sleeves and put in a

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real effort and we can only be proud of them. They can look back with

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pride on a season that saw their highest ever finish in the league

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and this memorable run to the cup final. It has been a massive season

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for the fellas. I am hugely proud of everyone of them. Managing to get

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this far. It is not the fairy tale ending that we wanted but those

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things will now be etched in history. An occasion to remember for

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the players, staff and supporters but no luck of the Irish for jersey

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in Cork. Back on home turf, I asked the club

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chairman, David Lapidus, They were very disappointed. I was

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with them... They managed to have a few beers but they were disappointed

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because they got so close and yet so far. One point is nothing really.

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But they were very disappointed. Financially, it has been a tricky

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season. Does reaching the final bring with it a financial boost?

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Well, it is certainly a reputational boost but we don't make too much

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money out of it anyway. It would have been better if we could have

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played in Jersey and we would have got an enormous crowd, I would

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think, for jersey anyway. We look forward to getting revenge next

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season. Three men have been charged

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with importing 27 kilos of cannabis resin into Jersey,

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after being stopped A multi agency team of customs,

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police as well as fire and rescue were involved

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in the operation in St Ouen's Bay During a magistrates hearing today,

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the court was told the cannabis had The men will appear in

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the Royal Court in six weeks' time. The two Burmese men facing the death

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penalty of the murder of Jerseyman David Miller on a Thai

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beach have been given more time to lodge a final appeal

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against their conviction. The men have been given to the 23rd

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of May to challenge the verdict, and are expected to question

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the DNA evidence. They were convicted of murdering

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David Miller and Hannah Witheridge in Koh Tao in September 2014

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and sentenced to death. Parents in Guernsey are being urged

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to make sure their children's vaccinations against measles

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are up to date. It follows an outbreak

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of the disease in parts of Europe, including France,

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Portugal and Italy. A similar warning has

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been issued in Jersey. I think it is very important that

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parents ensure that their children's vaccines are up to date. In Guernsey

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we know that MMR coverage is 96.1%, which is above the World Health

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Organization target of 95%. Looking at what is happening, we would not

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expect significant spread of me would accrue measles within

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Guernsey. A Jersey politician has raised

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concerns that thousands of pounds of maintenance cuts to the islands

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parks and gardens Senator Ferguson claims

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the infrastructure departments savings can be seen with the loss

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of many plants. The iconic castle may attract people

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to Gorey but the flowers... What do visitors think? I think the garden

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is very beautiful and a lot of colour. It is very good. They are

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not as good as they used to be. We have been coming here for several

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years. They have always been absolutely beautiful and well cared

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for and this year, they look as though they haven't been. And that

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is the concern of this politician. The upkeep of the park hasn't been

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outsourced, Sarah Ferguson believes budget cuts are to blame. She is

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worried about the impact it could have on visitors. Part of the

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attraction for visitors are our floral displays and if we start

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lowering the standards then we are affecting tourism. Tourism is

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terribly important. But the department behind it says the beds

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had to go because rabbits decimate the rose plants, not because of the

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savings they have to make every year. We have done that. But is not

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to the detriment of the long-term park. All of our main parks are

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green flag accredited. We aim to maintain that for the future. These

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patches of soil will be turned into a sensory garden.

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For many parents of seriously ill children in the Channel Islands,

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the expert facilities at Southampton General have provided

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Now an appeal to create a new Children's Trauma

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and Emergency Department has reached a big milestone, its

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raised its first million, helped by a charity set up

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by the actors Sarah Parish and James Murray in memory

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Fresh from our screens in ITV's Broadchurch,

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actor Sarah Parish enjoys plenty of work and a high profile,

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but it's this role which is closest to her heart,

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It was the tragic loss of their baby daughter Ella-Jayne

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which has closely linked the couple to Southampton General.

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Sarah and James see a new hospital as her legacy.

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When your child is in an accident, you want them to get the best care

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that they possibly can and this trauma centre will give them that

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care. They have specialist x-ray rooms and they will be 11

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observation areas. Anything a child needs one they really are critically

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ill, this place will have. They will have the best chance for survival.

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We provide the major trauma service for this region and we deal with all

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the seriously injured children from nine counties and children come over

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from the Channel Islands. We need to have an environment where the skills

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that the people have here can work effectively for them. The building

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is an empty shell at the moment and there is a lot of hard work ahead.

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To transform this area is going to take a lot more money. The search is

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on four major donors, individuals or businesses, prepared to donate not

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tens but hundreds of thousands of pounds in return for naming rights,

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a plaque above a door. Still ?1.5 million to race in just one year.

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A man from Sark has gone missing in the UK and hasn't been seen

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51-year-old Steve Grey travelled to Poole from Guernsey on a planned

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trip and had been staying in various hotels.

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The police in Dorset have appealed for help in finding him,

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saying his disappearance is out of character and are asking anyone

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who has been in contact with him recently to get in touch.

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It's been fairly sunny but I have noticed a chill in the air

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We are at risk of seeing a little bit of overnight frost for a couple

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of days. Feeling much more chilly outside. This was before the cloud

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rolled up today. Many others seeing some sunshine. The cloud is thicker

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and it will bring as some spots of rain overnight. They risk of a few

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showers tomorrow. Add a touch of frost. I know it is towards the end

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of the month but we will see a drop in temperatures. A line of cloud

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across central Britain. That is where the colder rare boundary

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years. It is crossing the Channel. It'll move into France. It will

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introduce arctic air. Quite a big drop in the temperatures. The risk

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of some overnight frost. Temperatures start to come back up

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again as the winds rotating around come in from the Atlantic and from

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the West. Overnight, that first weather system will give us a few

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spots of rain. These skies were clear before it gets like tomorrow

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morning. We start the day pretty chilly with a risk of a frost.

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Tomorrow, we have got some sunshine. A chance of a passing shower but

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pretty isolated. A pretty raw feeling northerly wind and ten or 11

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degrees will be the maximum temperature. It will feel colder.

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There are the times of high water. A bit more of a breeze. Winds will be

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about a force for- five. Another cold day on Wednesday and then

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temperatures start to come back up again towards the end of the week.

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That is the words we like to hear, temperatures coming up towards the

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end of the week. You are up-to-date with the latest news. Good night.

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Now a roundup of other stories making the news in the South West.

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There are concerns for the welfare for a missing 13-year-old girl

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Anastasia Groom has links to Taunton and Exeter and officers believe it's

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likely she's in one of these two places, or somewhere

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She's described as white, around 5ft 1in tall,

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of stocky build with dark hair with red colouring, worn

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The jury in the trial of a Bulgarian man accused

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of murdering his former partner in Exeter, has today heard

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from three of the victim's former work colleagues.

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The court heard that Gergana Prodanova told other workers

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at the Great Western Hotel that Kostadin Kostov beat her

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Mr Kostov denies murder and the trial continues.

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Police have launched an investigation into a suspicious

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fire at a Torquay hotel, early yesterday morning.

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More than 100 young farmers were staying at the Bancourt Hotel

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while in the resort for their annual convention and had to spend the rest

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of the night sleeping on the floor at the Riviera Centre.

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Police are treating it as arson with intent to endanger life.

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Three people suffered minor injuries.

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Plymouth's Labour group says renewing the Trident nuclear

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programme is key for the city and the party is committed to it.

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It follows comments from the Conservative Defence

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Secretary Sir Michael Fallon that Labour would pose a security risk

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if elected because of Jeremy Corbyn's opposition

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It's being called one of the most challenging jobs in society today,

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and figures reveal hundreds of vacancies for children's social

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Amid warnings of the impact on vulnerable children and families,

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councils across the region are stepping up efforts to encourage

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more people to consider a career as a social worker.

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Like any journey, to a job but for children, social workers, it goes --

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what goes on behind doors is what matters. It is a tricky situation.

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It is damp if you do and damp if you don't. Dealing with families is

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delicate and you have to be sensitive and it is tricky to get it

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right all of the time. Their professions battled a negative image

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after a series of high-profile cases like that of baby P. Nationally

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there is a problem of bringing people into children's social work.

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It is probably one of the most challenging jobs in our society

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today. According to figures, across the south-west there are nearly 300

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vacancies for children social workers.

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Alex is one of 33 new recruits taken on in the last five years in

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Cornwall where they run their own training programme and now Cornwall

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is getting involved in a government bursary scheme with 11 other

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Southwest authorities that offers a 14 month FastTrack scheme. You have

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the added value of the different resources and perspectives. We have

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to be honest as well, we have to make the most of what we have got

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and by pooling all resources and expertise, it is an opportunity to

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give people in Cornwall and opportunity to train and work with

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children and families. This year's round of the scheme is open in till

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early May with authorities encouraging applicants to come

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forward. The football season is building

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to a nail-biting finish, The lasers illuminating the seafront

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in Weymouth and why some want to return to the light bulbs

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of the past. Onto sport now and there's good news

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and bad news from the weekend. Torquay United have nearly pulled

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off the great escape for a second year running and after Saturday's

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win, their destiny is now Exeter City left it very late

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to keep their play-off hopes on track, while Plymouth Argyle

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gained ground in the Just a few miles from

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the white cliffs of Dover Well, higher than they have been

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for the last couple of weeks. His header just before

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half-time putting them ahead against a team chasing promotion,

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but the battle for league survival proved to be the stronger motivator

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and Torquay doubled their lead and it was that man Williams

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again finding the net. Minutes later and Dover

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pulled a goal back. The two-goal cushion gone

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led to a nervy finish and despite a late chance,

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Torquay held on and are now out of The battle for survival

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is almost won. Exeter City have been

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living off late chances, but when David Wheeler's scuff

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somehow evaded the visiting keeper, no-one at St James Park was

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expecting a comeback from Morecambe. And it took something

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special from Kevin Anderson That is how it stayed until stoppage

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time and it would not be an Exeter City game

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without a late goal. Reuben Reid won the penalty

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and drilled it home. Liam McAlinden's amazing

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run ended with a third, Exeter could do Plymouth Argyle

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a favour next week when they play The Pilgrims are now

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just two points behind, Six goals last week,

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but a very different story This effort from Graham Carey

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was as close as any for Argyle. Luke McCormick was certainly

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the busier of the two keepers. Not that he could have done much

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about this if it had An uneventful match

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but another point gained Could the fans even be cheering

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Exeter City next week? It was a top weekend

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for Plymouth Leander's Ben Proud, who took two British titles and two

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British records in 24 hours at the British

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Championships in Sheffield. He beat his own record

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to retain his 50m freestyle title in a time of 21.32,

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with his clubmate Tom Fannon finishing well

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in second to take silver. Then Proud won the 50m butterfly

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in a time of 22.8 seconds. Devon boxer Tommy Langford's

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dream of becoming a world champion suffered a major

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setback this weekend. The 27-year-old from Bideford

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put his unbeaten record on the line in Leicester against the much-feared

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Georgian Av-tandil Kurts- idza. In the fifth round he was knocked

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down by a left hook and the referee Before this Langford had

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seemed to be ahead on most The fight was for the WBO

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middleweight interim title, with the winner taking on world

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champ Billy Joe Saunders. There was disappointment

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in the London Marathon for Devon's Jo Pavey,

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who was trying to qualify for this The 43-year-old was forced to retire

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at the 16 mile mark. She said she wanted to carry on,

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but from about 13 miles her And finally, the Plymouth Raiders

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season is over after they failed to make the playoffs for the fourth

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year in a row. They lost their last six

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games which saw them Good news and bad news. It is a

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roller-coaster that sports bulletin. Thank you.

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Now, many seaside holidays are not complete without an evening time

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Most resorts decorate them with lights all year

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This is how Torquay still looks during a night-time stroll.

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Weymouth used to have a very similar appearance, but when the borough

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welcomed the Olympics, it decided to replace the fairy

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lights around the bay with bright green lasers.

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But should they have been so quick to dispense with tradition?

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Dated, dilapidated. In Weymouth at the beginning of the decade, the

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winds of change were blowing and it was decided a traditional seaside

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look had had its day. But only a few years after they disappeared, the

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borough council is now looking at whether the fairy lights should be

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brought back. It would look really pretty and be nice for everybody to

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see. It is a traditional seafront so it would look nice with the very

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lights. They are part of the history of Weymouth. It makes the whole

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promenade look festive. There has been a lot of pressure to return to

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the past in part due to delight replace them. No matter how they

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might look like a steel frame, these are lights. Green lasers beamed

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through fog and rain with mixed response. They were quite nice and

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bright. I think they were really cool. Either serve the fairy lights

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because they are more traditional as far as the breach resort is

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concerned. Both are nice. Why can't we have both? The local authority is

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still looking at how to eliminate the seafront, but dispensing with

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the future may prove just as tricky as dispensing with the past.

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Something a little more light-hearted.

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A seagull may have bitten off more than he could chew when he stole

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some false teeth from a seaside bench in Devon.

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The feathered-felon, more commonly known for stealing

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chips, snapped up the abandoned gnashers in Torquay.

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A picture of the garrulous gull was shared widely on social media.

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A post on the Spotted Newton Abbot Facebook page said,

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"Unfortunately anyone missing them will need to contact the seagull

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Oh, dear! What a disappointed seagull hoping for chips! Let's move

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on. Time for the weather. Good evening. We have been talking about

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this cold spell of weather. It will probably last one, two days. Ahead

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of the front bringing that change, some quite is testing cloud

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formations. -- interesting cloud formations. The cloud is not thick

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enough to produce a fuchsia hours. It will clear tonight and opening

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the door to Arctic air. We will not see the huge swing in temperatures

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that other parts will see, but it will feel colder tomorrow. There

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will be some sunshine and quite sharp showers, but quite a high risk

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of frost forming tonight. That cold air is heading quite a long way

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south. It will help to northern Spain by the middle of the week.

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Quite a big change for many. A lot of cloud capable of producing a

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fuchsia hours. That introduces the colder air as it sinks southwards

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and the Arctic air will be with us tomorrow and Wednesday. Around the

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top of this area of high pressure, more cloud coming from a slightly

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less cold direction, so temperatures back up Thursday and Friday and

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high-pressure looking pretty close and possibly for their weekend

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ahead. Let's look at the detail for what will happen right through this

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evening will stop let's have a look at some of the pictures where there

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was some flowers out at this time of year. Everything is getting into

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leaf. Pretty good at this time of year and most of the trees are now

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out so it looks like we will see some fine weather to look forward

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to, but some of these spring flowers will be in for a shock as we see

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that frost turn up both tonight and also tomorrow night. The detailed

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then for overnight tonight, we have got high-pressure coming in at the

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end of the week, but this cloud is producing spots of rain this

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evening. It sinks southwards. No real rain on it for those that need

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it and once it clears the south coast, that cold air will arrive. We

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are looking at a frost overnight tonight with temperatures between -1

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and two or three degrees. Lots of sunshine tomorrow. A fuchsia hours.

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By the afternoon, some of the showers turned out to be quite

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heavy. Ten, 11 degrees, it will feel more like six or seven. The forecast

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for the Isles of Scilly. Sunny spells. Times of high water. And for

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our surfers, more waves but they will be rather choppy along the

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north coast because the winds are northerly, four or five. But we

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start to warm up towards the end of the week and towards the holiday

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weekend. Have a good evening. That is all from us for now. There will

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be an update at 10:30pm tonight and we are back tomorrow evening. From

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everyone, good night. There are times in the life

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of a nation when the choices we make define

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the character of our country, times when people stand up

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and demand real, significant change. we have the chance to shape

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a brighter future for Britain and I believe we have the vision

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and the plan to do it. That is why I have set out

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my plan for Britain.

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