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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Cruelty cases double in five years
Animal cruelty cases more than double in Devon and Cornwall in the last five years say police.

Campaign to save Shackleton aircraft
Aviation enthusiasts launch a campaign to save a Shackleton aircraft threatened with destruction.

WW1 Christmas tree destroyed
A Christmas tree designed to commemorate World War One is destroyed in a "professional" manner by vandals.

Racist crimes among youths plummet
Racist crimes committed by young people in Devon and Cornwall fall sharply since 2009, according to police.

Airlift to islands cut off by Ebola
UK Armed Forces fly in 220 tonnes of food to Sierra Leone islands cut off by Ebola.

Call for regional election broadcasts
Broadcasting rules around general election party political broadcasts need to reflect regional English interests, according localised political parties.

Half of rail lines at flooding risk
Almost half of the length of the main rail lines in the South West are at risk of flooding because of climate change, an internal Network Rail report says.

The mystery of the Tjipetir blocks
Beachcomber "solves a beach debris puzzle"

VIDEO: Green light for roads improvements
Green light for roads improvements

Launceston ready to 'put on a show'
Launceston are ready to "put on a show" for the fans when they host Cornish rivals Redruth, according to boss Neil Bayliss.

Truro ready for two 'massive' games
Truro City boss Steve Tully says the next two games are "massive" as they look to keep pace with the top sides in the Southern Premier League.

Redruth aim for Launceston double
Redruth captain Chris Fuca says his team are focused on doing the double over Cornish rivals Launceston.

Truro reputation improving - Tully
Truro City's reputation among other clubs has improved and is helping to attract new players, according to manager Steve Tully.

Pirates boss takes heart after loss
Cornish Pirates boss Ian Davies wants his side to take their second-half form from the 41-40 loss at Bedford into the league.

'I was poor', says Truro boss Tully
Truro City boss Steve Tully admits his performance in defence was poor in the 3-2 win at struggling Arlesey.

Redruth 'gutsy' in Lydney victory
Redruth captain Chris Fuca says his side were "gutsy" as they came back from 25-10 down to beat Lydney 27-25.

Launceston 'must address' discipline
Launceston boss Neil Bayliss says his side must look at their discipline after their 23-20 loss at Taunton.

Truro get Rovers' Greenslade on loan
Truro City sign 19-year-old left-back Danny Greenslade on loan from Conference side Bristol Rovers.

Pavey wins 2014 BBC South West award
European 10,000m champion Jo Pavey wins the BBC South West Sports Personality of the Year award.



BBC News | UK | World Edition
Off-duty policeman killed in assault
An off-duty police officer dies and two of his colleagues are injured in an assault in Liverpool city centre.

Toddler's parents cleared of murder
The parents of Levi-Blu Cassin are cleared of his murder at Birmingham Crown Court - but convicted of causing or allowing his death.

Harry charity trip caught on camera
Prince Harry is shown at work and play in a series of photographs released to mark a recent charity visit to Africa.

Deal reached on welfare, sources say
The five executive parties at Stormont reach agreement on proposals to break the deadlock over welfare reform, the BBC learns.

A&E has 'worst week' in England
Pressures in A&E units in England have hit record levels while Wales and Northern Ireland also perform poorly, figures show.

NHS staff to strike in new year
There will be a fresh wave of strikes across the NHS in England in new year, it has been announced.

Illegal attempts to enter UK on rise
Migrants made about 100 attempts a day to get into the UK illegally this summer, official figures suggest.

Dalglish at Hillsborough inquests
Former Liverpool player Kenny Dalglish is due to give evidence at the Hillsborough Inquests later.

Women could join British infantry
Women could be allowed to serve in British infantry units for the first time by 2016, subject to a review into female soldiers.

Two arrests after park stabbing
Two people are arrested on suspicion of murder after a man died in hospital following a stabbing in an Essex park.

Teenager arrested over Crolla attack
A 17-year-old is arrested after a boxing world title contender suffered a fractured skull tackling two alleged burglars at a neighbour's home.

'God message' hammer killer jailed
A killer who bludgeoned and stabbed a woman to death, then kept the location of her remains secret for 14 years, is jailed.

Power firms to get £1bn to stay open
Power generation firms are to receive close to £1bn to ensure their plants stay open and prevent the lights going out in the coming years.

Terror arrest men appear in court
Two men accused of helping a 17-year-old Cardiff boy leave the UK to join fighters in Syria will stand trial in London in June.

Mandy Rice-Davies dies aged 70
Former model Mandy Rice-Davies, one of the main figures in the 1960s Profumo affair, has died from cancer at the age of 70, her publicist says.

'Coo Palace' saved from dereliction
A "Coo Palace" built by a wealthy landowner to house his herd of just 12 cattle is saved from dereliction.

Christmas getaway to start
Millions of people are expected to use the UK's transport networks on Friday as schools break up and the Christmas getaway begins.

Former RUC officers trial collapses
The trial of two former RUC detectives collapsed on Friday after the prosecution offered no evidence against them.

Man injured in shooting at takeaway
An 18-year-old man is taken to hospital after being shot twice in the leg at a fast food outlet in west Belfast.

Police stretched to 'danger' levels
Brutal police budget cuts are stretching policing to dangerous levels, the Gwent police and crime commissioner warns.

7ft marine reptile fossil beach find
An amateur fossil hunter has unearthed a 7ft skeleton of a carnivorous marine reptile on a beach in south Wales.

North Sea oil fears 'too dramatic'
A leading figure in the UK's oil industry, Sir Ian Wood, tells the BBC warnings the industry is close to collapse are overstating the problem.

Police Scotland face cost challenges
Councils are urged to hold Police Scotland to account on the way national decisions impact on their own areas

Man jailed for acid attack on teen
An 80-year-old man is jailed for 18 years for masterminding an acid revenge attack on his teenage ex-girlfriend.

Ancient site found near Stonehenge
Archaeologists working on a site near Stonehenge say they have found an untouched 6,000-year-old encampment.

Fifa agrees to release Garcia report
Fifa agrees to publish a "legally appropriate version" of a report into allegations of World Cup bidding corruption.

'Sierra Leone has become part of me'
Ex-Sierra Leone manager Johnny McKinstry, appointed at 27, recounts his departure from the Ebola-hit West African country.

Smith ton leaves Test finely poised
Captain Steve Smith's second century in two Tests helps Australia open up a slender lead over India in Brisbane.

Is Putin to blame for the plunging rouble?
Vladimir Putin accused the US and EU of conspiring to weaken Russia but he himself bears responsibility for the rouble crisis, writes Ben Judah.

Should students carry guns on campus?
In light of mass shootings at schools and universities in the United States, many say the lesson is to keep campuses gun-free. A growing number of students argue if they were allowed to carry guns at college, they'd feel safer.

The Russians fighting a 'holy war' in Ukraine
The Kremlin denies sending Russian troops to Ukraine, but Russian volunteers there are proud to talk about their crusade to revive an Orthodox empire.

Tory aides suspended from poll list
The Conservatives suspend two of Theresa May's advisers from a list of 2015 general election candidates amid a row over campaigning.

Disabled 'missing out' on scheme
Substantial numbers of disabled people are missing out on government support to help them into work, a group of MPs say.

Minister in maternity leave first
Scotland's children's minister becomes the first member of the Holyrood government to take maternity leave.

VIDEO: Transport Committee
MPs hear evidence on the failure of air traffic management systems.

VIDEO: Jail staff 'sent miles to fill gaps'
Nearly 250 prison officers are being bussed across the country to fill gaps at other jails because staff shortages are so acute this Christmas, according to leaked documents.

VIDEO: Who was Mandy Rice-Davies?
Former model Mandy Rice-Davies, one of the main figures in the 1960s Profumo affair, has died from cancer at the age of 70, her publicist has said.

VIDEO: Punch-up at parish meeting
Pictures have emerged of a brawl at at Lancashire parish council committee meeting over a waiting list for grazing land.

VIDEO: 'Ice pancakes' form on River Dee
Ice pancake formations, more commonly seen in the Antarctic, have been photographed on the River Dee in Aberdeenshire.

VIDEO: New lights give hope to stargazers
New streetlights could reduce the orange glare of older sodium lights meaning clearer conditions for drivers and stargazers.

VIDEO: Have free school meals meant less cash?
The BBC's Alex Forsyth investigates whether free school meals for infant pupils in England has had an impact on the pupil premium funding.

VIDEO: Has the high street got worse?
Three years ago retails expert, Mary Portas, carried out a review of the high street for the government and the BBC takes her back to one of those towns, Stockport, to find out if anything has changed.

VIDEO: Grayling defends probation contracts
New probation contracts worth £450m will be signed off by the government as 21 private companies take over the management of low and medium-risk offenders.

Christmas decorations from the past
How we used to decorate our streets

Imaging detects stress in birds
Research throws new light on birds’ stress levels

Quiz of the year pt 1: Who said that?
Do you remember who said what from 2014?

Council cuts: Who will lose out most?
How is your local authority affected?

VIDEO: A night on the SOS bus
The bus that deals with drunk people on the worst days of the year

Exhibition marks 1914 football truce
Exhibition marks the 1914 Christmas football truce

TTIP: The EU-US trade deal explained
Why are the EU-US trade talks proving to be so controversial?

'Teen terror' and Sony cyber war - the papers
The West's struggle against Islamic State on 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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