The Herald - November 29, 2022
The Herald - November 29, 2022
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November 29, 2022
Double success in pole dancing championships
YEARS OF HARD WORK PAY OFF FOR CHAMPION DUO
Family keep faith after father is hurt in crash
POLICE SEEKING WITNESSES TO COLLISION
City MP campaigns to keep folk warm
FUNDS FOR ELECTRIC BLANKETS
Van driver is cleared of murder of biker on A38
ALREADY PLEADED GUILTY TO MANSLAUGHTER
Firefighters' Mo Fest has message on mental health
THOUSANDS RAISED TO HELP SUPPORT VITAL CAUSE
Foodbank gives all you need for a £2 donation
RUN AT CHURCH IN MUTLEY BY COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS
Business chiefs warn of 'crisis on rail network'
BUSINESS leaders in northern England have warned the Transport Secretary there is a \"crisis on our rail network\".
Downing Street slams BBC reporter arrest
DOWNING Street has condemned the \"shocking and unacceptable\" arrest of a BBC journalist covering Covid protests in China. The UK has warned Beijing there is \"absolutely no excuse\" for reporters to be \"beaten by the police\" after the broadcaster claimed cameraman Edward Lawrence was \"attacked\" in Shanghai.
Black Friday boost for high street
SHOPPER footfall remained significantly lower than pre-pandemic levels last week despite the Black Friday sales event, figures show.
Protests in capital
JUST Stop Oil supporters have again caused traffic disruption in London after police pledged they were \"fully prepared\" to deal with the group's protest plans in the run up to Christmas.
Plans for energy blackout called off
WORRIES over Britain's power supply on Monday and Tuesday evenings have been allayed as National Grid decided not to trigger an emergency plan to pay households to reduce electricity use and withdrew a warning of tight margins.
Memories of a school lost in World War Two
CHRIS ROBINSON STUDIES PAST TIMES AND FORMER HEADS OF HOE GRAMMAR
Hurdy-gurdy player is illustrated by ceramic artwork
Winter's day caught on canvas
JO CLARKE EXPLORES THE LIFE AND WORK OF ARTIST SAMUEL JOHN 'LAMORNA' BIRCH
Then & Now
CHRIS ROBINSON compares pictures of the city's past to the Plymouth we know and live in today
Who's hiding in plain sight?
There's deception, double-crosses and drama in new game show
Nautical training firm buys part of city pub
AIMS TO USE ROOMS FOR GUEST ACCOMMODATION
Burrow says Doddie Weir was a 'beacon of light' for MND sufferers to follow
FORMER rugby league player Rob Burrow has paid tribute to Doddie Weir for helping him deal with his own diagnosis of motor neurone disease.
Knight back from injury to lead England on tour
ENGLAND Women's cricket captain Heather Knight has recovered from injury and will lead the side on next month's tour of the West Indies. The Plymothian is fit again after undergoing surgery to treat a hip injury she suffered in July which curtailed her home summer.
Where Hardie ranks among Argyle's all-time goalscorers
PLYMOUTH Argyle striker Ryan Hardie is already halfway towards his 20-goal target for this season with five more months still to play during the 2022/23 campaign.
Argyle Women into third round of Vitality Women's FA Cup
ARGYLE Women progressed to the third round of the Vitality Women's FA Cup with a comfortable 3-0 victory against Swindon Town at the County Ground, writes Jake Clark.
Henderson vows England will do talking on the pitch
JORDAN Henderson insists England will do their talking on the pitch rather than get into a war of words with Wales.
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