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#Review - Meet Me at Beachcomber Bay by Jill Mansell (@JillMansell) @headlinepg

Love is in the air in St Carys, but you’d never know it – the people of this seaside town are very good at keeping secrets… 737 more words

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Sources of inspiration

I am a passionate world-traveller. Unfortunately I am not able to travel to other countries as much as I could in earlier years. But when I get this feeling of “wanderlust” – we call it “Fernweh” in German – there is still the opportunity of virtual travelling – for example in Google Street View. 993 more words

Carsten Wieland

Bus expert at Cornwall

Cornwall County in the UK is quite challenging if you do not have a car or money for endless taxies. The area has some of the most beautiful beaches and coastal views I have ever seen. 441 more words


Transnational buffoonery (or annoying the Cornish and others).

JOHN BOLTON, FORMER US ambassador to the UN and recently the non-appointed Secretary of State in the Trump administration, famously quipped that if the UN building in New York lost ten stories “it wouldn’t make a bit of difference”.

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Bill Hooper's Cornish Rugby Preview: Reds back in action away to leaders, two game weekend for Truro & Wadebridge! Full Weekend Fixture List

Cornish rugby preview

By Bill Hooper

The Cornish Pirates play their penultimate home Championship game of the season on Sunday (ko 3pm).

A win for the sixth-placed Pirates would help keep alive their hopes of ultimately making the play-offs, whilst victory for the presently fourth-placed Knights could only benefit their quest to cement a top four finish. 840 more words