Police and partners from the Marine Accident Investigation Board, MCA and Coast Guard, were informed of an incident on board a fishing vessel some 50 miles off the Cornish Coast, resulting in the death of one male and the injury to another of the crew.
The families of those involved have been informed and a joint investigation is now under way.
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Covid cases generally dropping in Bude and area
Covid numbers continue to drop in Bude and area. In the seven days to 17th January, 42 cases were recorded in Bude & Stratton, a case rate of 396.3, now well below the England average. Poundstock and Kilkhampton wider area had a higher case rate, but still on the wane. […]
Why you can probably keep milk longer than you think (and why you should)
Tetiana Maslovska/Shutterstock Cath Rees, University of Nottingham Around one-third of the food produced globally every year never gets eaten. This waste often occurs along the supply chain before the food even reaches us. But consumers who throw away food because it’s gone bad, or because they think it may have […]
Fitness, food and feeling fine – meet Paul Collins
Covid has meant no face to face interviews during 2020-21, but we did set up our ‘interesting people’ section to basically ‘meet’ interesting people, be they from local businesses or organisations, or historical figures. If you’d like to join in, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org and Dawn will send you […]
A couple of Christmas snippets from times past …
There’s something quite fascinating about reading snippets from newspapers in times past. Here’s a couple pertaining to Bude & Stratton. This dates from 23rd October, 2015, and is a letter to the editor of the Sporting Times. I have just received a cheery old message from Carlton Blyth, inviting his […]