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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Spain fugitive drugs boss jailed
A drugs baron who used a Cornish grandmother as a heroin courier and then fled to Spain to avoid prison, has been jailed.

Carer defrauds veteran out of £15k
Carer John Copping walks free from court after conning war veteran Frederick Angwin out of £15,000

Death after fish 'destabilised boat'
A fisherman who drowned when a boat sank died in an accident which saw fish destabilise the vessel, an inquest hears.

Police close enquiry office desks
Eleven police front desks are to close as a cost-saving measure, Devon and Cornwall Police say.

Last day for coastguard station
The coastguard station at Brixham in Devon - which covers the south coast to Dodman Point, Cornwall - is closing later in a shake-up of rescue services.

Ebola aid ship docks in Sierra Leone
Falmouth-based ship RFA Argus, which is carrying medical supplies, equipment and vehicles, arrives in Sierra Leone to help deal with the Ebola outbreak.

'Our beach is not dangerous'
Cornwall surf deaths: Mawgan Porth residents

VIDEO: SW political week in 60 seconds
Martyn Oates reviews the headlines

Truro boss aiming for FA Trophy run
Truro City manager Steve Tully says he wants a good run in the FA Trophy following their FA Cup disappointment.

Launceston bring in Ducker on loan
Cornish Pirates loan 21-year-old winger Alex Ducker to National Two South rivals Launceston.

Redruth will miss Notman - Larkins
Redruth head coach Steve Larkins says the club will miss the contribution of winger Tom Notman.

Weymouth's Palmer joins Truro City
Truro City sign former Torquay United defender Ed Palmer from Southern Premier League rivals Weymouth.

Pirates 'deserve' to keep cup points
Cornish Pirates boss Ian Davies says his side deserve to keep the points they won at Bedford in the British and Irish Cup.

Bayliss unhappy at 'dull' Lydney loss
Launceston boss Neil Bayliss says he would have left his side's 20-19 loss at Lydney early if he was a spectator.

Powerful pack pleases Redruth coach
Redruth head coach Steve Larkins is thrilled with his pack after the 28-24 win over Bishops Stortford in National Two South.



BBC News | UK | World Edition
Woolf steps down from abuse inquiry
Fiona Woolf is to step down as the head of an inquiry into historic child sex abuse, she has told the BBC.

Firefighters strike over pensions
Firefighters across England begin a four-day strike in a row over pensions during one of the service's busiest weekends of the year.

Virgin spacecraft crash kills pilot
At least one person is dead and another injured after Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo space tourism craft crashes in California.

Warmest UK Halloween on record
This year's Halloween is the warmest on record in the UK, with temperatures reaching as high as 23.5C, breaking the previous record of 20C.

Bodies found after fireworks blaze
Two bodies are found in the wreckage of a blaze at a fireworks warehouse in Stafford.

Sturgeon renews TV debates attack
Recent opinion polls prove it is wrong to exclude the SNP from nationally-televised general election debates, the party's leader in waiting says.

Lawrence officer to return to role
A police officer under investigation over claims of "discreditable conduct" after the murder of Stephen Lawrence is to return to his job.

Life term for puppy farm murders
An 82-year-old man is jailed for life for murdering his partner and her daughter who he shot at close range at his puppy farm in Surrey.

Junior doctor admits child sex abuse
A junior doctor working in paediatrics admits sexually abusing boys as young as 12 and possessing images of abuse.

Labour win police commissioner poll
Labour's Alan Billings wins the by-election for the Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire, following the resignation of Shaun Wright.

Britain First leaflet dubbed illegal
Royal Mail says it will not deliver a leaflet for Britain First in the Rochester and Strood by-election because it believes it to be illegal.

Trauma of man who found family dead
The neighbour of a family of four found dead in their Bradford home says he sees the father's body every time he tries to sleep.

Two missing after fireworks blaze
Two people are missing and a man has been arrested after a major blaze at a Stafford fireworks warehouse that left two people in hospital.

Ofsted 'will not win' on popularity
Ofsted is unlikely to win any popularity contests, the chief inspector has admitted in a speech.

Banks may be forced to boost reserves
British banks may have to hold more funds to guard against the risk of a future economic downturn, the Bank of England has proposed.

Plane turns back after part falls off
A plane bound for Egypt with 237 passengers on board turns back to Gatwick after part of the aircraft falls off.

BBC refuses to make Top Gear apology
The BBC's Head of TV refuses to make a formal apology over a Top Gear special filmed in Argentina, after demands from the country's ambassador to the UK.

'Poppy hijab' to mark Remembrance Day
A fashion designer from London creates a 'poppy hijab' to commemorate the centenary of the first Muslim soldier being awarded the Victoria Cross and to give Muslim women a new way to mark Remembrance Day.

Bend It Like Beckham set for stage
A musical version of the hit 2002 British comedy film Bend It Like Beckham is to open in the West End next year.

Dispute over IRA rape claim letter
A lawyer says Maíria Cahill wrote to the IRA complaining her allegation of rape had not been investigated thoroughly enough. Ms Cahill says her letter has been misrepresented.

Man pleads guilty to pensioner death
A 41-year-old man pleads guilty to the unlawful killing of pensioner Bertie Acheson, 72, in his Coleraine home in April 2012.

Three held on suspicion of murder
Three people are held on suspicion of murder after the unexplained death of a man in Pembroke Dock, say police.

Bid to halt chief's pay-off fails
A pay-off for Pembrokeshire council chief executive Bryn Parry-Jones is set to go ahead after an opposition bid to block it through the courts fails.

14,000 submissions to powers talks
The commission set up to discuss further devolution to the Scottish Parliament has received more than 14,000 submissions.

Shop fights bag charge basket thefts
A Dundee supermarket is security tagging baskets after they started disappearing when the 5p carrier bag charge was introduced.

Wheelchair drag driver handed ban
A woman who was caught on CCTV dragging a man in a wheelchair behind her car is handed a two-year driving ban.

Wrong-way collision driver jailed
A motorist who drove for eight miles in the wrong direction on the A1(M) motorway before colliding with a police car is jailed.

Djokovic ends Murray's winning run
Andy Murray's 11-match winning run comes to an end with defeat by Novak Djokovic in the Paris Masters quarter-finals.

Hamilton top in second US practice
Lewis Hamilton narrowly edges Mercedes team-mate and title rival Nico Rosberg to fastest time in second practice at the US Grand Prix.

Meyiwa suspect in court in S Africa
A suspect appears in court in South Africa over the killing of national football captain Senzo Meyiwa during an alleged robbery.

The channel that's spiced up French TV
For years the French media was set in its ways but a newcomer, BFMTV, has shaken things up - so what's the secret of its success?

The Leonardo hidden from Hitler in case it gave him magic powers
A self-portrait of Leonardo da Vinci is going on display in Turin - some believe it has mystical powers.

Can you cheat your way to fitness?
Not everyone can get to the gym - but is it really possible to stay fit through everyday household activity?

Miliband in English buses pledge
Ed Miliband promises that a Labour government would grant cities and regions greater powers to improve bus services across England.

'Family test' for policies outlined
All policies will be measured against the impact they have on the formation and support of stable families, ministers say.

Government to 'retire' some WW1 debt
The UK Government has said that it will 'retire' £218m of the UK's £2bn First World War debt by refinancing bonds originally issued by Winston Churchill.

VIDEO: European Scrutiny Committee
The committee questions the UK Commissioner-designate Lord Hill

VIDEO: Is too much praise bad for children?
A new report says teachers who give struggling pupils too much praise in the classroom could be doing them more harm than good.

VIDEO: A sea of red poppies from the air
Footage taken from the air above the Tower of London shows the installation Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red made up of thousands of ceramic poppies to mark the centenary of the start of World War One.

VIDEO: Policies face 'family-friendly 'checks
All new government policies in England now have to undergo a test to check whether they help families.

VIDEO: What happened to Remploy workers?
A year after the last Remploy factory closed, Nikki Fox looks at what has happened to former workers - and what options are available to them

AUDIO: UK benefits 'magnet' for migrants
Deputy mayor of Calais claims UK benefits are a "magnet" for migrants.

VIDEO: Poppy hijab for Remembrance
A young fashion designer from London has decided to mark Remembrance Day by creating a special "poppy hijab" for Muslim women.

VIDEO: Lab for world’s worst animal viruses
A look around a new lab at Pirbright Institute in Surrey, where the world’s most contagious livestock viruses will be kept.

VIDEO: Sixty years of British animation
It has been 60 years since the animated adaptation of George Orwell's 'Animal Farm' - the first British animated film.

Exploring the lure of dark tourism
The morbid attractions of dark tourism

What are Remploy workers doing now?
How former Remploy workers struggle to find work

Moving house: Nightmare or life-affirming?
Is moving house a nightmare or life affirming?

Global tax rules 'need tightening'
Global tax rules 'need tightening'

Timothy Spall: How I became Turner
How Timothy Spall created 400 artworks for his latest film

'It's business as usual in Austin'
F1 star on turning up the pressure in his title fight

Labour 'wipeout' and Ebola threat
Labour 'wipeout' and Ebola threat make the headlines

 


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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