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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Police and NHS phone lines restored
Devon and Cornwall Police non-emergency 101 number and NHS phone lines have been "restored", Vodafone says, after technical issues disrupted services for about four hours.

Landlords' immigration status worry
Private landlords in Cornwall are concerned about new rules which could result in checking the immigration status of tenants.

'Child porn' councillor 'was bullied'
A councillor named as a "risk" to children rejects the claim, saying he is the victim of bullying.

Sheep cruelty UKIP candidate jailed
A recently de-selected UKIP candidate in one of the party's foremost target seats is jailed after admitting six animal welfare charges.

Train firm's lost teddy campaign
A train firm starts a campaign to help reunite children with their lost teddy bears in time for Christmas.

Unseen pictures of WW1 explosion
See what was the world's largest explosion

WW1 soldier's diary on Twitter
New life for a World War One soldier's diary

Pirates' Kessell set for 100th game
Cornish Pirates coach Alan Paver praises Tom Kessell as the scrum-half prepares for his 100th game for the club.

Truro hope to extend Burns loan
Truro City hope to extend the loan spell of MK Dons goalkeeper Charlie Burns.

Launceston experience pleases boss
Launceston boss Neil Bayliss is pleased by the way the club's experienced players are helping their younger team-mates.

Pirates back on track, says Cattle
Cornish Pirates coach Gavin Cattle says the defeat by Rotherham is a step in the right direction after last week's loss to Nottingham.



BBC News | UK | World Edition
Mental health nursing cuts warning
Staff cuts and bed shortages are leaving mental health services "under unprecedented strain", says the nurses' union.

May 'bruised' over EU arrest warrant
Home Secretary Theresa May tells Desert Island Discs she was left "battered and bruised" after denying MPs a vote on the European Arrest Warrant.

Hamilton eyes 'biggest day of life'
Lewis Hamilton says Sunday's title showdown with Nico Rosberg in Abu Dhabi will be "the biggest day of my life".

Labour suggests London buildings sale
The QEII Conference Centre and the Civil Service Club are among four London landmarks that Labour says could be sold off to reduce the deficit.

Call to sanction failing universities
It should be easier to remove the degree-awarding powers of universities that fail to meet academic and consumer standards, a report by Which? says.

Foreign Office 'fails bereaved Britons'
The consular service provided by the UK Foreign Office sometimes falls short of what the public "can legitimately expect", a report by MPs says.

Fish and chips 'harming' eider ducks
Eider ducks on Northumberland's coastal areas are being harmed by people feeding them fish and chips and bread, a wildlife expert warns.

NHS staff fly out to fight Ebola
The first group of NHS volunteers set off from London Heathrow, bound for Sierra Leone where they will help in the fight against Ebola.

Police and NHS phone lines restored
Non-emergency police and medical phone lines are now working, Vodafone says, after technical problems disrupted services for a number of hours.

Baby 'looked like Auschwitz victim'
A four-and-a-half month-old baby girl looked 'like something from Auschwitz' when found at her home in east London, a court is told.

Election prize 'never greater' - DUP
DUP leader Peter Robinson tells his party's annual conference "the prize at a Westminster election has never been greater" than next May's poll.

Emeli Sande: New Band Aid song needed
Despite saying her own lyrics were turned down, the singer says the project is "from a place of respectful intent".

Cats in supreme champion contest
More than 800 cats go on show at Birmingham's NEC in what is billed as the feline equivalent of Crufts.

'Total mess' Christmas tree changed
Decorations on a town's Christmas tree, described as a "total mess" and "gaudy", are changed.

Man charged over assault rifle find
A man is to appear in court charged with having a firearm and ammunition with intent to endanger life, after police recovered an assault rifle in west Belfast.

Two farmers killed in tyre accident
An investigation is under way after the deaths of two farmers who were fixing a tractor tyre in County Donegal.

150 weapons given up in gun amnesty
More than 150 weapons are handed over to police during a two-week amnesty.

101 non-emergency number restored
The 101 non-emergency number for police forces across Wales is restored following a technical fault.

Call for mental health investment
The Royal College of Nursing highlights a drop in the number of specialist mental health nurses in Scotland and calls for more investment.

'Democracy rocks' for Nicola Sturgeon
Scotland's new first minister Nicola Sturgeon follows in the footsteps of pop stars Beyonce and Lady Gaga by appearing at Glasgow's Hydro arena.

Balcony collapse victims named
Two Polish men who died after a balcony collapsed in west London on Friday are named as Tomasz Procko, 22, and Karol Szymanski, 29.

Probe into hotel 'gas explosion'
An investigation starts into a suspected gas explosion at a central London hotel that injured 14 people.

Barcelona 5-1 Sevilla
Barcelona's Lionel Messi becomes the Spanish league's all-time top scorer with a hat-trick against Sevilla.

Wales 16-34 New Zealand
Wales slip to a 34-16 defeat to New Zealand in Cardiff - continuing a run of 61 years without a win over the All Blacks.

Red Bull excluded from qualifying
Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel are excluded from qualifying at the Abu Dhabi GP for driving illegal cars.

Jerusalem's 800-year-old Indian hospice
Jerusalem - perhaps the most fiercely contested stretch of ground anywhere in the world - has been the unlikely host to an Indian lodge for more than 800 years.

The parents refusing to vaccinate their children against polio
As the number of polio cases in Pakistan rises above 200 for the first time in nearly 15 years, Shaimaa Khalil finds out why people don't want their children vaccinated.

The day the entire German fleet surrendered
Armistice Day is remembered as the day World War One ended, but for naval historians Britain's greatest victory came 10 days later.

Labour 'still party of working people'
Ed Miliband insists Labour remains the party of working people, while accepting one of his MPs was disrespectful to them.

Jowell plans to run for London mayor
Labour's former culture secretary Tessa Jowell says she plans to run for mayor of London in 2016 but will only formally declare her candidature after the general election.

Reckless 'sore' over migrants policy
Newly-elected Mark Reckless voices unhappiness about his treatment by UKIP amid this week's confusion over the party's stance on EU migrants.

VIDEO: Liaison Committee
MPs question Prime Minister David Cameron.

VIDEO: 14 injured in hotel gas explosion
At least 14 people have been injured in a suspected gas explosion at a central London hotel, ambulance officials say.

VIDEO: Newspapers 'kept from child's eyes'
A mother from south London has persuaded Tesco to change the way it displays newspapers so that children cannot see words or images which she says may disturb them.

VIDEO: Tributes paid to Alan Henning
The widow of the murdered British aid worker Alan Henning told his memorial service that he was killed "for being what we should be, selfless and caring".

VIDEO: Ed Miliband: 'Party of working people'
Ed Miliband is insisting that Labour is still the party of working people, despite finishing third in the Rochester by-election.

VIDEO: UK joins Poland in Nato drill
UK troops take part in the largest British armoured exercise in Europe since 2008.

VIDEO: Scrabble players compete in London
Some of the best Scrabble players from over 120 countries are in London competing to become World Champion and win a share of the prize money.

VIDEO: Stray firework hurts eight in Salisbury
Eight people have been injured by a stray firework that fell in to the crowd during a display to switch on the Christmas lights in Salisbury.

VIDEO: NHS staff set off to help fight Ebola
A group of NHS medical staff leaves for Sierra Leone to help in the fight against the Ebola outbreak.

The meaning of Mongol
What is the real meaning of Mongol?

Weekendish: The best of the week's reads
The best reads you need to catch up on

Is winning 100 caps still a big deal?
Wayne Rooney's got 100 - but is it still a big deal?

Poet's lost Oxford years remembered
Heavy drinking, a jealous husband and Under Milk Wood

Girl's 1981 diary on Troubles life
The Northern Irish woman recreating her 1981 diary

Ebola team will miss 'human touch'
The NHS volunteers travelling to Sierra Leone

The Christmas 0% credit card rush
Are 0% interest credit card deals a good idea?

Monsieur Romieu - a 'man of talents'
A French envoy is poisoned - are British diplomats to blame?

Edward Rushton: Who was this blind revolutionary?
The blind revolutionary nobody remembers

A&E 'crisis' and holiday 'joy' - front pages
The issues making headlines on Sunday's front pages

 


Golya sewen / Celebrating success

Cornish Language and Place Names


Y’n vledhen ma, an re neb a sewenis y’ga apposyansow a allas golya aga sewena ha kuntell aga testskrifow orth solempnita arbennek, synsys yn Lys Kernow. Moy ages 70 studhyer ha’ga gwester a gemeras rann y’n dohajydh, restrys gans Kesva an Taves Kernewek.
An solempnita o an kynsa synsys yn Kernow hag ynwedh an kynsa termyn rag studhoryon neb sewensa yn apposyansow nowyth Asset – framweyth apposyans aswonnys yn kenedhlek hag yw kavadow lemmyn yn Kernewek.

An dohajydh o komendys gans Polin Prys, Kaderyer an Gesva. Dyghtyor MAGA, Jenefer Lowe a gewsys adro dhe’n edhom a wolya sewena yn Kernewek ha Sodhek Adhyskans Mike Tresidder a glerhas framweyth Asset nowyth. An testskrifow o res gans an Bardh Meur, Mick Paynter, neb a ros grassow dhe’n studhoryon oll a’ga ober abarth an taves.


This year, those who successfully passed their examinations were able to celebrate their success by collecting their certificates at a special ceremony, held in Lys Kernow. More than 70 students and guests attended the afternoon, which was organised by Kesva an Taves Kernewek. The ceremony was not only the first of its kind in Cornwall, but also, in addition to the exams run by the Kesva itself, celebrated the first group of successes in the new Asset examinations, a nationally accredited scheme now available to Cornish.

The afternoon was introduced by Chair of the Kesva Polin Prys. MAGA manager Jenefer Lowe spoke of the importance of celebrating achievement in Cornish, while Education Officer Mike Tresidder explained the new Asset system. Certificates were presented by the Grand Bard, Mick Paynter, who thanked all the candidates for their work and support for the language.

 

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