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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Parishes may take on council work
Town and parish councils in Cornwall may be asked to take on about £34m of services as part of Cornwall Council proposals to save nearly £200m.

Trucker jailed for killing cyclists
A lorry driver who killed two cyclists on a charity ride from Land's End to John O'Groats is jailed for eight and a half years.

Fishermen find body floating in sea
A man's body is found in the sea off a Cornwall seaside resort by fishermen.

Cornwall being 'invaded' by housing
The speed and scale of house-building in Cornwall is being branded "an invasion" by rural activists.

Anglers demand more bass protection
Sea anglers in Cornwall call for urgent action to preserve fish stocks, particularly bass.

Crowds line cliffs for ship parade
More than 40 tall ships take part in a "Parade of Sail" around Falmouth Bay ahead of a race to London.

University feud raised with minister
A bitter feud which has rocked a South West university boardroom will be raised with the government, an MP confirms.

The impact of not catching a killer
The impact of not catching the killers

Bike ride boy raises thousands
Bike ride boy raises thousands for charity

St Just complete quadruple triumph
St Just Cricket Club lift their fourth trophy of the summer after clinching the Cornwall Premier League title.

Glover and Stanning relieved to win
Helen Glover and Heather Stanning describe winning their first World Championship gold medal together as a "relief".

GB secure double gold at Worlds
Great Britain win two golds and two silvers in Amsterdam, including a world record for Helen Glover and Heather Stanning.

Tully backs Cooke to get 20 goals
Truro City manager Steve Tully says striker Cody Cooke is capable of getting 20 goals this season.

Cornish Pirates sign lock Davey
Championship side Cornish Pirates sign 22-year-old London Irish academy lock Charlie Davey.



BBC News | UK | World Edition
PM outlines new anti-terror plans
New powers are needed to seize the passports of terrorist suspects and stop British jihadists from returning to the UK, David Cameron says.

Ashya parents fight extradition
The parents of Ashya King are held in police custody after refusing to consent to their extradition to the UK at an appearance at the High Court in Spain.

British Ebola patient 'pretty well'
The parents of the first British person to contract Ebola during the outbreak in West Africa say he is recovering well.

China accuses MPs of 'interference'
Chinese authorities have accused British MPs of interfering in Hong Kong's affairs by investigating tensions there, Newsnight learns.

Boris Island airport plan 'rejected'
A plan for an island airport in the Thames Estuary, dubbed "Boris Island", looks set to be shelved, the BBC understands.

Abuse researcher 'faced hostility'
A Home Office researcher who wrote a report on sexual exploitation of children in Rotherham in 2002 tells BBC Panorama she faced 'hostility' from the council.

Man denies assaulting MP Galloway
A 39-year-old man pleads not guilty to the religiously aggravated assault of MP George Galloway in a London street.

BBC staff vote to strike over cuts
BBC staff vote to go on strike in a row over job losses, the National Union of Journalists says.

Double murderer found dead in cell
A man convicted of murdering two people, alongside a girl thought to be Britain's youngest female double murderer, is found dead.

Man Utd agree to sign Falcao on loan
Manchester United agree to sign Colombia international striker Radamel Falcao on loan from Ligue 1 side Monaco.

Shot TV host was to face grand jury
A British talk show host who was shot dead in the United States was due to appear before a grand jury on the day he was killed, it is revealed.

Dad jailed for killing son's mugger
A man who admitted killing a knife-wielding robber who took his son's iPhone is jailed for six years.

Footballer 'racist abuse' probed
Police investigate reports of racist abuse being shouted at a Chesterfield player at their game against Port Vale on Saturday.

131 child migrants sent to Australia
One hundred and thirty-one children from Northern Ireland, some as young as five, were sent to Australia as child migrants between 1922 and 1995, an inquiry hears.

Edinburgh panda may have miscarried
Edinburgh Zoo is concerned that the UK's only female giant panda may no longer be pregnant.

BBC begins push to help kids code
The BBC unveils plans to support England's computer coding curriculum with a new section of its Bitesize learning site and tech-themed TV shows.

Ride commemorates WW1 cavalry role
The War Horse Ride, commemorating the part played by British and French cavalry during World War One, ends in the French town of Nery.

100 new jobs at elderly care home
A care home for the elderly is to create 100 new jobs in Limavady in County Londonderry.

Search for owners of lost photos
The search is on to reunite a Belfast family with a lost treasure trove of photographs and letters dating back to the 1900s.

Father's agony over boy swept to sea
The father of a 12-year-old boy swept into the sea on Anglesey tells of the moment he and family members tried to save him.

Jobs go as printing company closes
A printing company in Torfaen announces it has closed, with the loss of 113 jobs.

Woman mistreated dozens of animals
Ann Wynd, 75, is convicted of causing unnecessary suffering to dozens of animals at a farm in Stirlingshire.

Woman's body discovered in loch
Police are treating the death of a woman, whose body was found by a member of the public in Loch Morlich, near Aviemore, as unexplained.

Free-kick fan 'bent it like Beckham'
A football fan who ran on to the pitch and took a free-kick during a Premier League match is fined by a judge, who compared his dead-ball skills to those of a low-speed David Beckham.

Cement fall 'crushed' Kylie musician
A guitarist for Kylie Minogue tells an inquest he was crushed and a minicab driver killed when a building "fell out of the sky" in central London.

Arsenal agree £16m fee for Welbeck
Arsenal agree a £16m fee to buy Manchester United's England striker Danny Welbeck.

Djokovic & Serena win at US Open
Top seeds Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams win in straight sets to ease to the quarter-finals of the US Open.

Man Utd complete £13.8m Blind deal
Manchester United sign versatile Netherlands international Daley Blind from Ajax for £13.8m.

How Britain and Poland came to be intertwined
The story of how the Polish became one of the UK's biggest ethnic minorities is one of war, exile and economic opportunity.

Why Orwell was a literary mediocrity
George Orwell was a literary mediocrity and his views on the importance of plain writing are plain wrong, argues writer Will Self.

Why I stopped wearing the headscarf
A woman's headscarf is a garment which is heavy in symbolism in Islamic countries but recently I decided to take mine off. I am still Muslim - just not so visibly.

Bercow 'pauses' clerk recruitment
John Bercow announces a "modest pause" in the recruitment of the next clerk of the House of Commons following a row with MPs.

Baldry to end 32-year Commons career
Conservative MP Sir Tony Baldry is to leave Parliament at the next election after more than three decades in the Commons.

Umunna: Brown's denials hurt Labour
Shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna says Gordon Brown's refusal to use the word "cuts" in 2010 is still hurting Labour.

VIDEO: House of Commons
MPs are debating the position of the Hazara community in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

VIDEO: Driver jailed for killing charity cyclists
A lorry driver who killed two charity cyclists in Cornwall is jailed for eight and a half years.

VIDEO: Andy Murray's dress sense questioned
Will Ferrell has a playful jibe at Andy Murray's fashion sense during the US Open in New York

VIDEO: Abuse researcher 'faced hostility'
An expert who wrote a report into the sexual exploitation of children in Rotherham says she faced "hostility" from the council.

VIDEO: 'Bacon butty' for British Ebola nurse
The parents of the first British person to contract Ebola during the outbreak in West Africa say he is recovering well.

VIDEO: Can new powers stop UK jihadists?
David Cameron says tougher measures are needed to prevent people from travelling abroad to fight for extremist groups like Islamic State.

VIDEO: Balloon release for missing Isaac
Hundreds of people release balloons in honour of a 12-year-old boy who was swept out to sea off Anglesey.

VIDEO: Invasion of the zebra mussels
Millions of invading zebra mussels are playing havoc with England's drinking water - but what can be done to stop the spread of these foreign invaders?

VIDEO: 'Hero' cat saves owner from fire
A tabby cat has been hailed a hero after she woke up her owner to alert him to a fire which destroyed his home in Melbourne, Australia.

British Wildlife Photography Awards
Winners of the British Wildlife Photography Awards

The girl with three biological parents
The girl with three biological parents

Under Milk Wood recording revisited
Behind the sound effects of Dylan Thomas's Under Milk Wood

A computing revolution in schools
How schoolchildren are set to embrace coding

The stories behind five deadline-day panic buys
Stories behind five football panic buys

Northern Ireland then and now
How Northern Ireland has changed in 20 years since IRA ceasefire

What is proton beam therapy?
What is proton beam therapy and why is it so sought after?

Profile: Rona Fairhead
The woman expected to lead the BBC's governing body

Eurosceptic revolt, and gas "rip-off" - the papers
Tory eurosceptic revolt, and the gas "rip-off"

 


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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