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Friday round-up: What's been making the headlines this week
4:45pm Friday 8th February 2013 in Falmouth/Penryn
Here at thepacket.co.uk we like to give you a little look back at what has been making the headlines, and highlighting those stories you may have missed.
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First up, with the loss of Kevin Lavery from the corridors of power at county hall, the race is on to appoint an interim chief exec, with a salary of £156,000 to £175,000. Nice work if you can get it, or poisoned chalice. You decide!
The Met office has included Cornwall and Devon in a yellow weather warning for Monday, with the chance of freezing weather and snow returning to the Duchy. Will it arrive, here at thepacket.co.uk we think it is not likely.
A last-minute cash injection may save Falmouth’s taxi marshalls in the short-term, but their long-term future is in jeopardy. Who has £1,500 they don't need, anyone?
Good news for staff after the Truro HMV store has escaped the first round of closures, according to the administrators, Deloitte.
Pop royalty, or royally pap, Jessie J has been announced as headliner at Eden Sessions in Cornwall. Read more here.
The fascinating story of how Cornish explorers Richard and John Lander discovered the mouth of the Niger River, a tale of hostile tribes, dangerous animals and tropical diseases, and all without a single pasty to help them through.
Our Front page this week, (so it gets a bold font) how Falmouth Docks is set to remain a purely industrial site, with thoughts of a marina and hotel now discarded by owners.
With the wind blowing hard this week, it was no surprise that damage was done. Penryn College sports dome users were faced with a giant hole in the structure after the gusts tore a hole, again.
In Porthleven, a little fighter who is battling a brain tumour is looking for help
And finally, how one man decided to go all the way to Penzance, from Helston, just to steal a shaver. He didn't make a clean getaway!.
There is plenty more news, entertainment and sport covering Redruth, Camborne, Heston, Porthleven, Falmouth and Penryn, Truro, West Cornwall and further afield, have a look around.
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