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Saturday, May 18, 2013
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Defending the freedom of the press
This year's Local Newspaper Week runs from May 13th to 19th
This year the theme is press freedom, focussing on the importance of the role played by the local press in scrutinising authority and holding the powerful to account.
Joyce Sharland-Brown, a Tindle News editorial manager, spoke to Sir Ray Tindle about the theme of the week.
HUNDREDS of people made their way into Bude on Bank Holiday Monday to see the Castle Green burst into a blaze of riotous colour.
read on...A HEDGEHOG which ‘ballooned’ to at least twice its normal size has been saved by a Bude vet and hopes are high it will make a full recovery.
THE Under Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Communities Minister Don Foster, visited Bude and Camelford on Thursday, May 9. read on...
THE long-awaited redevelopment was completed and Stratton Hospital re-opened in November, 2012, as a state of the art, modern community hospital with excellent facilities for the people of this remote community. read on...
G’s CAFE and Diner of Bude is well known for its annual charity event having raised in excess of £2,000 in the last three years. read on...
LC PHOENIX are the 2012/13 Launceston and District Knockout Cup winners, after they saw of final rivals Altarnun 3-1 at Launceston last week.
read onSTRATTON United picked up their second trophy in as many weeks on Thursday night, having overcome league rivals Morwenstow in the Hutchings Cup Final ...
BOP (Bude, Okehampton and Plymouth) Tae Kwon-Do Schools have plenty of celebrations to cheer this month.
Both instructors have passed the rigoro... read on
LAUNCESTON Road Runners have been out in force in April, breaking club records and covering every distance possible
From 5K, where Sue Parkin ha... read on
BUDE Bridge Club held its AGM and presentation of trophies at the town’s Parkhouse Centre on Tuesday, April 2.
Members were delighted to welcome ... read on
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