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PLYMOUTH Raiders suffered a fourth defeat in six games as they were beaten 91-74 at home by bottom side Worcester Wolves on Sunday. Wolves’ win at the Pavilions capped their best weekend of the season, having beaten Surrey Scorchers on Friday evening. Up until this weekend they had only won one game. The defeat was …

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RESIDENTS are to benefit from greener taxis in Cornwall following a £90,000 cash injection to Cornwall Council for new electric vehicle chargepoints. The Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) has made the award to support ultra-low emission taxis across the county. Announced by the Future of Mobility Minister Jesse Norman, the funding will be used to install …

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