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  • Our dearest friend Paul, all your friendship and true values will be sincerely missed. Your inspiration and generosity never went unnoticed as you did everything you could without a single regret. RIP our dear friend, sending you on your way to the next place with all our Love Kane & Lana. XXXXX
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  • Cornwall’s best restaurant Oliver's in Falmouth is for sale

    The award-winning chef has a new project up his sleeve

    It was named best restaurant in the South West and its owner was voted best chef in Cornwall at our WOCA awards.

    But food fans in the county are going to be choking on their amuse bouche as we can reveal that Oliver’s in Falmouth is up for sale.

    Since opening in 2009, Oliver’s on the town’s High Street, has become one of the most celebrated restaurants in Cornwall. Taste of the West named it the best place to dine in the region in 2014, while owner Ken Symons won our What’s On Cornwall Award for best chef in Cornwall in 2016.

    It also topped our Top 50 restaurants in Cornwall a couple of years ago.

    Ken has been a chef for 30 years with spells at the Dorchester, Mayfair, London where he ran the banqueting kitchens, working with both Gordon Ramsay and Charlie Trotter, Hilton and four-star rosette hotels as head chef, before returning to Falmouth to start Oliver’s.

    His wife Wendy was manager of one of Falmouth’s most prominent hotels for over 23 years and is the delightful and amusing face of Oliver’s with a passion for food and service. The contemporary menu is always full of bold flavours, invention and flair.

    However, fans will be shocked as Oliver’s £120,000 leasehold is for sale via Scott Burridge Commercial.

    Ken told Cornwall Live: “Yes, I am selling. We’ve come to the end of our lease, but have a new project on the go.”
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  • Bones discovered on Pacific island belong to missing aviator Amelia Earhart, forensic study concludes

    Bones found on a remote Pacific island are most likely those of the lost aviator Amelia Earhart, a new forensic study has concluded.

    The pilot, who was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, disappeared over the Pacific in 1937 while attempting to become the first woman to circumnavigate the globe by air.

    In the decades since numerous theories and conspiracies have emerged as to her fate, including that she was captured and held by the Japanese.

    However a new study by a professor at the University of Tennessee, Richard L. Jantz, has concluded that bones found on the island of Nikumaroro three years after her disappearance are those of the missing pilot.

    The bones were initially ruled out as those of Earhart after a first examination concluded they were male.

    Bones discovered in 1940 on a remote Pacific island are now thought to be those of Earhart's Credit: AP

    Professor Jantz has argued that forensic techniques were not fully developed at the time and that the bone measurements closely match Earhart’s records.

    He said: "The only documented person to whom they may belong is Amelia Earhart."
    The final flight

    A pioneering aviator, Earhart was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean in 1932 and in 1937 she was attempting to fly across the globe with her navigator Fred Noonan.

    At the time of her disappearance the 39-year-old was trying to reach Hawaii before completing her journey onto California.

    It had previously been accepted that the pair perished when their plane crashed close to Howland Island in the central Pacific Ocean, amid poor visibility and low fuel levels.
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  • What actually happens when someone goes missing?
    Vital clues may be found in the first few hours after someone disappears. But how do police decide which cases to prioritise? When schoolgirls such as Tia Sharp, Milly Dowler and Shannon Matthews went missing, their faces were to be found in every national newspaper. The police operations to find them were high-profile and extensive. And yet in 2011, 327,000 people went missing - 66% of them...
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  • TOP 10 Unsolved Missing Persons Cases That'll Shake You won't believe
    10. Joan Risch, disappeared 1961 Risch was 31 when she vanished from her Boston home, leaving nothing but blood on her kitchen floor. Her daughter ran to a neighbor that day, saying, "Mommy is gone and the kitchen is covered with red paint.'' Weeks prior, Risch had checked out a book from the library about a woman who disappeared and left nothing but blood and a towel. 9. Fred Valentich,...
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  • Here in Buckinghamshire, snowed in. 2 Feet of SNOW
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  • The top 10 things you never knew about the sitcom Only Fools and Horses
    Who was originally supposed to play Del Boy? What was the show’s initial title? Ten secrets of Britain’s best-loved sitcom. 1. David Jason wasn’t the first choice for Del Boy It’s impossible to imagine anyone else playing the character of Del Boy, but incredibly David Jason wasn’t the first pick for the role. John Sullivan has originally earmarked Jim...
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  • TOP 10 Most Hideous Last Words Ever Uttered
    Of: Everyone hopes to leave a legacy. To be remembered after our passing is the closest thing humans have to immortality, at least until cryogenics figures out how to reanimate Walt Disney's head. Some people try to pull off immortality with a lifetime of achievements and noble acts. But why piss away all that energy on altruism when you can simply spout one badass quote before you take the...
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  • TOP 5 Historical Figures Who Died The Weirdest Deaths
    A small handful of great individuals are not content to get their names in the footnotes of history and then quietly expire. No, these brave few achieve greatness and then top it off by kicking the bucket in a way so ridiculously implausible that people would have talked about them for years even if they hadn't done anything else. These are five historical figures who died deaths that would...
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  • 5 People Who Vanished Mysteriously (And Appeared Awesomely)
    Unless we're talking about Waldo, it's generally not all fun and games when a person goes missing. But sometimes the circumstances surrounding their discovery are so absurd that their loved ones must surely share a haughty laugh afterwards (right before they spear them with a GPS tag like a marine biologist tracking a whale). For example ... 5. A Missing Man Is Found by the TV News Crew...
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  • TOP 6 People Who Just Vanished and Disappeared
    If you want to achieve immortality, the easiest way is to first rise to prominence, and then just completely disappear off the face of the earth. Think about it--would you have ever heard of Jimmy Hoffa otherwise? The man's been gone for 30 years and they're still trying to find his ass. Well, here's six more people who seemed intent on giving Hoffa a run for his money: 6. D.B. Cooper Who...
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  • The TOP 5 Missing Person Cases with Insane Twist Endings
    Modern technology makes it difficult for a person to drop off the face of the Earth. We leave such large digital footprints everywhere we go that if you suddenly stop tweeting, Facebooking or urmissed, a lot of folks are going to notice. That wasn't always the case.   As recently as the 1990s, vanishing forever used to be as simple as leaving your hometown without telling anyone or...
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  • https://edition.cnn.com/2018/02/26/entertainment/the-walking-dead-midseason-premiere-review/index.html
    Once again, a major death becomes 'The Walking Dead'
    'The Walking Dead' midseason premiere review: Carl's fate was decided in an episode that felt like it put the AMC hit back on the right course (SPOILERS)
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  • #BreakingNews 4 Mexican police officers arrested in case of 3 missing Italians in Mexico

    Three Italian men who went missing in Mexico's Jalisco state last month were handed over to an "organized crime" group by local police, the state attorney general said Saturday.

    Four police officers from the town of Tecalitlan — where the Italians were apparently abducted — have been arrested in connection with their disappearance, Raul Sanchez Jimenez, Jalisco's top law enforcement official, told reporters in Guadalajara, the state capital.

    The four officers — three men and a woman — confessed to having turned over the three to an unspecified "organized crime" organization, the prosecutor said.

    The four are suspected of the "forced disappearance" of the three, a crime that carries a prison term of 40 to 60 years upon conviction.
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  • #BreakingNews Testy phone call means Mexican president won't be visiting White House any time soon

    Tentative plans for a trip by Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto to the White House have been scrapped after he and President Trump spoke by phone and tangled once again over Trump's plans to erect a border wall, according to news reports.

    The two leaders spoke for about 50 minutes on Tuesday and devoted much of the conversation to the wall, the Washington Post reported Saturday. Citing anonymous sources, the Post said Trump once again insisted that Mexico pay for the wall. Peña Nieto once again said Mexico would not.

    The Post said one Mexican official said Trump "lost his temper," while U.S. officials described him being more exasperated.

    While both Washington and Mexico city confirmed Saturday that Trump and Peña Nieto spoke Tuesday, both sides provided only sketchy official accounts of the call. Reuters reported that both governments agreed now was not the time for Peña Nieto visit to Washington.
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  • #BreakingNews Saturday's severe weather numbers

    If we have any severe weather it will happen either this evening or just after midnight. The higher chances for severe storms will be west of the WLKY viewing area. However with the ground saturated, 40-50 mph winds will be strong enough to bring some trees down.
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    The ENHANCED RISK on the map above includes Owensboro, Evansville, Paducah, Bowling Green, Nashville and Memphis.

    The SLIGHT RISK includes Louisville and the entire WLKY viewing area.

    The MARGINAL RISK includes eastern Kentucky.
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  • #BreakingNews Woman fatally stabbed with hunting knife at public library

    A man attacked a woman from behind at a public library near Boston on Saturday and stabbed her repeatedly with a hunting knife, killing her and injuring an elderly man who came to her aid, authorities said.

    Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan said the 22-year-old woman was studying or doing work at a table in the Winchester Public Library's reading room when 23-year-old Jeffrey Yao attacked her with a 10-inch knife. The woman suffered numerous slash and stab wounds to her head and upper torso, Ryan said.

    Ryan said the woman staggered toward the door and several people tried to help her, including a 77-year-old man who also was stabbed. The man, who was stabbed in the arm, is expected to survive, Ryan said.

    The district attorney said authorities are working to determine a possible motive and whether Yao and the woman knew each other. Ryan said Yao was "known to police," but declined to elaborate.

    Yao is charged with murder and armed assault with intent to murder and is being held without bail until he appears in court on Monday. A phone number for him could not be found and it was not immediately clear whether he had an attorney.

    Ryan said the woman's identity is being withheld pending notification of next of kin.

    Russ Ganz told The Boston Globe that he was walking by around 11 a.m. when he saw a woman being taken out of the library on a stretcher. Ganz said the woman, who was upright and conscious, appeared to have injuries to her shoulder.
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