Bishop Nick has been involved with Marjon since the early 1990s and became a governor in 2015. Now after serving two terms in the role, he has been invited to become Chancellor.
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ADAWAY BROTHERS FIGHT ON SAME BILL
The town with more to offer than just pasties
CALLINGTON IS DETERMINED TO BE MORE THAN JUST 'THE HOME OF GINSTERS'
Helping to break the cycle of food poverty
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO HELP CHARITY TACKLE FOOD WASTE
£10,000 prize to help revive live music scene
BIG PRIZE UP FOR GRABS FOR INDEPENDENT VENUES
New £1m building training centre
A NEW £1m training centre is being built at City College Plymouth in a bid to solve the skills crisis in the construction industry and help the city's economy grow.
Golden days for the Rise Bakery
A Plymouth bakery has won not one, but four prestigious Taste of the West Awards.
Tributes to city lecturer and artist
UNIVERSITY MAN LOSES CANCER BATTLE AT 56
Family ask for band T-shirts to be funeral attire
DRESS CODE APPEAL IS MADE IN MEMORY OF BOBBI-ANNE
Quest to bring fresh trade to Millbay Docks
COUNCIL AND DOCKS USERS SEEK GOVERNMENT FUNDING
Using power of light to connect with nature
DARTMOOR CEREMONY ATTRACTS HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE
For the parents of the bride, fear replaces happiness as a raging river scoops up their car on the way to the wedding
I Love My Suburban
FIRE POKER MURDER!
Brute busted for leaving wife to die in basement with a hole in her head
Alternative Rigs for Multihulls
I’ve posted some brief notes about multihull rigs on the “Useful Articles” pages of my website, www.sailingcatamarans. com. There, in the “Different Design Features” section, I explain why the sensible choice for multihulls is the single-mast Bermudian rig, either masthead or fractional rig.
Three Mopar Survivor Cars Back on the Road: Two Have Hemis the Other is a 6BBL!
Plymouth technician Ted Robinson owned these drag race, day two Plymouths. His daughter and family friend got them running again.
The Nicest Places in America
Have you ever noticed that nice people usually travel in groups? Maybe that’s because they have a knack for bringing others along, whether it’s with a simple smile or a great leap that turns a disaster into an opportunity. For our third Nicest Places search, we decided to go big. We wanted to find the nicest place not only in America, but in each and every state. And with the help of more than 1,000 nominations, we think we’ve found them.
Michael J Bolton returns with a new album of bass wizardry, Earthrise.
Fastnet And Back In A Day!
The Rolex Fastnet Race is one of those rare events where weekend sailors can truly take on the pros. This year’s race saw legendary performances right across the 388-boat fleet. Helen Fretter reports
ROCKER ADMITS TEEN BOBBI-ANNE MURDER
Guitarist given life for killing
Kiwi healer's transformation ‘I'M A SEXUAL WERE WOLF!'
After a life-changing vision, Wānaka sexologist Nina is now helping other women recover from trauma