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Port Isaac church rooms face uncertain future as deadline looms for rescue bid - Cornish Guardian

The church rooms at Port Isaac, often featured in the TV series Doc Martin, could be put up for sale next month unless local people can agree a viable business plan to rescue the building for community use. The church rooms closed a year ago on safety ... Read More...

Holiday homes in Port Isaac could face commercial waste disposal charges after pilot study - Cornish Guardian

If the Port Isaac project is successful, it will be extended throughout Cornwall. "I fear there's the law of unintended consequences, and there's also a law of bloody obvious consequences," said Mr Bell. "Our members are already under enormous pressure ... Read More...

Record-breaking fundraising announced at Port Isaac RNLI AGM - North Cornwall Advertiser

Pictured at the Port Isaac RNLI AGM are Chris Boulton (lifeboat operations manager), David Raynor (treasurer), Bob Bulgin (chairman) and Tim Parr (guest speaker). Photo by Adrian Jasper, Delabole. AT the very well attended AGM of the Port Isaac RNLI a ... Read More...

Port Isaac Rowing Club - North Cornwall Advertiser

Port Isaac rowing club joined North Cornwall's pilot gig rowing community, who came together on Saturday 19th March, to compete in Rock's annual Easter Bonnet Race. Crews donned their bunny ears and decorated hats for a spectacular race of nine gigs ... Read More...

25 years on... the rededication of Port Isaac Rowing Club's first Pilot Gig - North Cornwall Advertiser

Celebration cup cakes ready to be handed out to the crowd celebrating Port Isaac Rowing Club's 25th anniversary. Pictured are Stephanie Gardner, Emma Miller, Bev Harris, Caroline Cleave, Gary Dutton, Sheelagh Driscoll and Gail Moorwood. Photo by ... Read More...

Cornwall ponders local plans as St Ives stuns would-be second-home owners with 83% rejection - Cornish Guardian

A recent survey of second homes in Cornwall, by council cabinet member Andrew Wallis, found that St Minver Lowlands parish had the highest percentage – 42.9%. Other parishes between Wadebridge and Port Isaac, along the Camel Valley Area of ...and more » Read More...

Port Gaverne Hotel wins best pub in Cornwall – what's your favourite? - West Briton

IT'S official – the Port Gaverne Hotel is the best pub in Cornwall. No, really it is. The picturesque North Cornwall pub has been named the Duchy's top watering hole at this year's National Pub & Bar Awards. And anyone who has enjoyed a pint in its ...and more » Read More...

Mosop the star attraction for the Yellow River Estuary Marathon - International Association of Athletics Federations

After being launched in 2008 in China's Dongying, a port city in Shandong Province, the marathon was usually staged in May and the local temperature could be up to around 30 degrees Celsius, which normally made it difficult for the participants to ... Read More...

Richmond v Hawthorn: Hawks take flight as Tigers again lack bite - The Age

Dustin Martin, as he did against Port Adelaide, was in superb touch for the Tigers, who had their own selection issues, missing skipper Trent Cotchin and defender Alex Rance. However, Martin did not have enough support, with Bachar Houli and Ben ...and more » Read More...

Bothma set for Bulls debut - Namibian

With JT Jackson, Duncan Naude, Manie Libbok and Aston Fortuin training with the Junior Springboks, Duncan Matthews will also make his comeback from injury in the place of Libbock while Alcino Isaacs and Adrian Maebane comes in for Jackson and ... Read More...

Britain's best tasting menus - Telegraph.co.uk

Set in the old Shoreditch Town Hall, the restaurant looks almost like a gastropub – but then the food from Isaac McHale (ex of the Young Turks chef collective) starts to arrive, and you know you've entered another realm entirely. Flamed Cornish ... Read More...

Young Giant Jacob Hopper a youngster in eye of Riverina storm - The Australian

There was barely a ripple on Port Phillip Bay on that Friday, just a few days after Hawthorn had thumped West Coast to win a third flag in succession, as Hopper spoke of having had to move away from his family to strengthen his hopes of building a ...and more » Read More...

After platform fireball, Metro prepares for a doozy of a news conference - Politico

With help from Jennifer Scholtes, Matthew Nussbaum, Lauren Gardner, Isaac Arnsdorf and Heather Caygle. (NOT-SO-)GREAT BALLS OF FIRE! Shocking video of an explosion on a Metro subway track — along with surprise suspended ... IT'S FRIDAY: Good morning ...and more » Read More...

Brenner & Mulhall leave Gephardt to form Rosemont Strategies - Politico

NEW FIRM: Scott Brenner and Kyle Mulhall, who recently left Gephardt Government Affairs, formed Rosemont Strategies. At Gephardt, they focused on the transportation sector with clients such as Los Angeles International Airport and the Port of Oakland ... Read More...

25 years on - the re-dedication of Port Isaac's first rowing club gig - Cornish Guardian

Hundreds of people packed into the harbour at Port Isaac this lunchtime for the re-dedication of Corsair, the fishing village's first rowing club gig. The vessel was showered with champagne by Peter "Dasher" Reveley, who made the vessel 25 years ago. Read More...