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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Trust 'failed' on 111 call answering
The South Western Ambulance Service chief executive says the service has "failed to deliver the performance required" in answering weekend calls to the NHS 111 number.

Rat reports increase in Cornwall
The number of rats being reported by the public across Cornwall has increased by nearly 50% in the past 12 months, council figures reveal.

Complaints mount over Jamaica Inn
The number of viewer complaints over the audibility of a BBC period drama set in Cornwall escalates, with the second episode seeing a decline in ratings.

Rescue children traced to Norfolk
Evacuees who helped rescue the sole survivor of a torpedoed WW2 merchant ship off the Cornish coast are traced to Norfolk.

Further job cuts for police force
Ninety police officer jobs will be cut in Devon and Cornwall because of a government funding squeeze, the police and crime commissioner (PCC) says.

Surf school 'to improve well-being'
A Cornish project aimed at improving vulnerable children's confidence and well-being through surfing launches in Scotland.

Pan Celtic Festival begins in Derry
Cornish people are expected in Londonderry this week for the Pan Celtic Festival.

Interpreter fears after funding cuts
Centre for the deaf has concerns for its future

Walking in a poet's footsteps
Poet Kathryn Symonds studies Charles Causley

Unhappy Rawlings to leave Launceston
Launceston assistant coach and former captain Tom Rawlings is to leave the club after calling them 'unprofessional'.

St Austell win Cornwall Senior Cup
St Austell end Bodmin Town's stranglehold on the Cornwall Senior Cup with a 5-3 penalty shoot-out win.

Paver enjoys chance to coach Pirates
Cornish Pirates prop Alan Paver says he enjoyed his first taste of coaching the side in their 48-36 loss at Bedford.

Launceston win boosts survival bid
Launceston go two points clear of the National Two South relegation places after a 27-23 win over London Irish Wild Geese.



BBC News | UK | World Edition
Three children found dead in London
A woman is arrested after three children are found dead at a house in south London.

Violent crime 'continues to fall'
Violent crime is continuing to fall in England and Wales, according to an annual project examining injury data gathered from NHS hospitals.

Cancer teen reaches £1m target
A teenage blogger with terminal cancer raises £1m for charity after posting his final message to followers.

Blair warns West over radical Islam
Tony Blair warns Western leaders they must put aside their differences with Russia over Ukraine to focus on the threat of Islamic extremism.

UK government hits borrowing target
The UK government borrowed £107.7bn in the financial year to April 2014, lower than the amount it borrowed the previous year.

Boy, 11, dies after canal pipe fall
An 11-year-old boy who tried to cross a canal by balancing on a pipe dies after falling into the water in Lancashire.

Renewable energy projects approved
Eight renewable energy projects, expected to support 8,500 jobs, are given the green light by the government.

Madeleine police probe 18 break-ins
UK police investigating Madeleine McCann's disappearance are looking at 18 potentially linked cases involving a lone intruder breaking into holiday villas in the Algarve, Portugal.

Breast cancer drug price cut urged
Campaigners urge pharmaceutical giant Roche to lower the cost of a pioneering breast cancer drug as the NHS prepares to rejects its use on price grounds.

Referendum pleas on St George's Day
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond and UK Prime Minister David Cameron use the English feast day of St George to make their Scottish independence referendum appeals.

Top Gear 'regrets' Burma remark
The executive producer of Top Gear expresses regret over a "light-hearted" remark on its Burma special that led to the BBC show being accused of racism.

Danger of London's 'hidden homes'
Thousands of people in London are living in hidden homes - often in disturbing conditions - because they cannot afford to live elsewhere.

Coulson 'did not cover anything up'
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson tells the phone-hacking trial he did not "cover anything up" following the arrest of the paper's royal editor Clive Goodman in 2006.

Royals hit the decks in Adelaide
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'Irresponsible' holiday ad banned
A television advert for Center Parcs is banned for "irresponsibly" encouraging parents to take holidays during term time.

Adams 'gave IRA bomb order' - claim
A former IRA member makes new allegations about Gerry Adams, claiming the Sinn Féin leader ordered him to transport explosives to Great Britain for a bombing campaign in 1980.

Three charged over Twaddell incident
Two men and a woman appear in court charged in connection with an incident at a loyalist protest camp in north Belfast.

House sales up by more than 20%
House sales in Wales increase by more than 20% in the first three months of the year compared to the same period in 2013.

'Patience' warning over gay marriage
Supporters of gay marriage should be patient if they want the blessing of the Church in Wales, the Archbishop tells the governing body.

Anger over baby ashes report move
Parents of babies whose ashes were disposed of without their knowledge say they were "stunned" to learn a report into the scandal was handed over last week.

Snowden installed as uni rector
Intelligence whistleblower Edward Snowden is installed as rector at Glasgow University despite not being allowed into the UK.

Flat searched over 'murdered' Paige
A flat near to where a 15-year-old girl disappeared almost seven years ago is searched by police after a £30,000 reward was offered to help solve her murder.

Rapist sex prison nurse struck off
A prison nurse who had an affair with a convicted rapist at a high-security jail in West Yorkshire is struck off the register.

Man Utd criticised for Moyes sacking
Manchester United are accused of unprofessionalism following the sacking of manager David Moyes.

Why Palestinians love St George
As England celebrates the day of its patron saint, many Palestinians are gearing up for their own celebrations of this shared hero.

Shakespeare's birds cause US trouble
Shakespeare mentions the European Starling once, in Henry IV Part I. That moved a 19th Century Shakespeare enthusiast to introduce the bird into America.

The man who takes troubled youths to therapy camp
As more and more families send their drug and alcohol-addicted kids to therapeutic wilderness camps in the US, more and more become acquainted with the shadowy figure known as the "escort."

UK non-Christian claims 'absurd'
The UK is a Christian country and those who deny it are "deluding themselves" and ignoring "reality", say two senior Conservative MPs.

Firms warned on 'ridiculous' pay
Britain's top companies have been warned to exercise caution on executive pay by Vince Cable as they prepare to set next year's awards.

Pupils 'should have lunch in pubs'
Schoolchildren should sometimes be served lunch in pubs to give them "really good quality food" and ensure licensed premises are viewed in a "positive way", a minister says.

VIDEO: House of Commons
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VIDEO: Scotland: The Bard and the border
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VIDEO: DJ Duke: Will and Kate hit the decks
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AUDIO: Call for city dads' parental leave
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VIDEO: Shock and sadness in New Malden
Local resident have spoken of their shock and sadness after three children were found dead at a house in south-west London.

AUDIO: Center Parcs advert banned by ASA
An "irresponsible" TV advert for Center Parcs has been banned for encouraging parents to take their children out of school.

VIDEO: Blair's warning on Mid-East politics
Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair has called on Western nations to address the role of religion in politics in the Middle East.

VIDEO: Money on wheels: Banking goes mobile
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VIDEO: Cable warns firms on 'ridiculous' pay
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Eight arguments about whether the UK is a Christian country
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Money on wheels: Banking goes mobile
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A tour of Shakespeare's England
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The contenders to replace Moyes
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Spotlight stays on Man Utd - papers
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Bewnans Gwyls Kernewek Kudh

Zennor     Wildlife


Hanow Kernewek re beu res dhe ragdres nowyth yn Pennwydh, restrys gans an Trest Kenedhlek.

An ragdres a dhalathas yn 2010 pan wrug gwithyas Trest Kenedhlek, Shaun Boynes, ervira gorra isframweyth yn nans gwydhek kudh ogas dhe Eglossenar, may hyll bagasow skol bos ena ha dyski a-dro dhe vewnans gwyls ha bewvaow naturek. Bagas dy’gol oberi a dhisplegyas an tyller yn mis Meurth hevleni, gans fondyans dhyworth Keskowethyansow Gwithysi Gemeneth, ow trehevel stevel dhyski yn-mes, kelyow helyk bew, poll rag nadres-margh, kistyow rag ydhyn gans kamaras ynna, ha hedhas gwell dhe’n tyller.

“An tybyans yw rag flehes dhe vysytya ha dyski meur a-dro dhe vewnans gwyls, keffrys hag omlowenhe ha gul gwariow,” yn medh Shaun. “Ni a wra dyskansow a-dro dhe sleynethow treusvewnans, art gwydhek, kampyans gwyls ha hwithransow a ydhyn, tykkiow-Duw, skavellow-kronek ha’n avon.”

An Kowethas Trest Kenedhlek Pennwydh a ros arhans rag kamaras yn kistyow ydhyn hag eseli an Kowethas a brofyas henwyn rag an ragdres. Alison Bushrod a brofyas hanow yn Kernewek, ‘Bewnans Gwyls Kernewek Kudh’, ha’n hanow na o dewisys. Yma’n hanow kervys yn arwodh gwrys a dherow orth an tyller.



A Cornish name has been given to a new project in Penwith that is being run by the National Trust.

The project began in 2010 when National Trust Ranger, Shaun Boynes decided to put infrastructure into a hidden wooded valley near Zennor so that school groups could visit and learn about wildlife and the importance of different habitats. A working holiday group developed the site in March of this year, with funding from the Guardianship Community Partnerships, creating an outdoor classroom and living willow hides, introducing a pond for dragonflies, setting up bird boxes with cameras inside and improving access to the site.

“The idea is that the children can visit and learn a lot about wildlife but can also have fun and games,” said Shaun. “We are going to do lessons on survival skills, woodland art, wild camping and surveys of birds, butterflies, fungi and the river.”

The Penwith National Trust Association donated money to pay for the bird box cameras, and members of the Association were also asked to suggest names for the project. Alison Bushrod’s Cornish suggestion of ‘Bewnans Gwyls Kernewek Kudh’ (Hidden Cornish Wildlife) was chosen, and the title has been carved into an oak plaque which is on display at the site.

 

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