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Articles from The Plymouth Herald (Plymouth, England) (November 3, 2020)

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'Tech will help us defeat Covid-19'. 437
alton towers: a roller coaster year Channel 4, 10.15pm. 162
Art project brightens city; UNION STREET IS JUST ONE LOCATION TO SEE BENEFIT. MOLLY DOWRICK ; MATT GILLEY 451
Autumn shades by Dame Hepworth; QUIRKY HISTORY. 218
BACK IN BUSINESS; CANAVAN, WOOTTON AND GRANT ARE FIT TO FACE SWINDON. CHRIS ERRINGTON chris.errington@reachplc.com @chriserrington1 538
Ban on visiting second homes. 198
Bishop urges Government to permit worship; CITY CHURCH LEADER SAYS SERVICES ARE VITAL FOR WELL-BEING. ANDY PHILLIPS andrew.phillips01@reachplc.com 489
Blame revellers and not Boris for new lockdown; LETTER S Get in touch - tell us what you think Email: yoursay@plymouthherald.co.uk Post: Unfortunately our office is shut so we are unable to accept posted letters. Letter to the editor 852
Breaking the law for my soul mate; THOUGHT of the day. Alan Grant 599
Codebreaking sisters kept their war secrets for 75 years; Pat worked with Bletchley Park on Enigma messages and Jean helped spies behind enemy lines. Now in their 90s, they tell their incredible story to RACHAEL BLERCHLY. RACHAEL BLERCHLY 1487
Council leader makes plea for care and support; TUDOR EVANS CALLS FOR AID PACKAGE FOR BUSINESSES. CHLOE PARKMAN chloe.parkman@reachplc.com 464
Couple manage to re-arrange wedding with one day's notice. 240
Final election push as US goes to polls; trump, biden exchange jibes. 198
Grant set to face his former club. CHRIS ERRINGTON chris.errington@reachplc.com @chriserrington1 495
Guess The Year: When Jeff Cook was excelling for Argyle and Len Jackman was entertaining at the Glen. 356
HAPPENED TODAY. 160
Lessons for life. today's tv With Sara Walli 276
London sees fifth murder in four days. 196
Lowe boosted by the return of Macleod. 295
Man denies stabbing neighbour in fracas; 5 MINUTE BRIEFING. 218
Maturing Burns becoming a key man for Lambs; MIDFIELDER TAKING HIS SECOND CHANCE. STUART JAMES stuart.james@reachplc.com @stuartjameswmn 542
Milling about; Bread demand needed mills, as CHRIS ROBINSON recalls. CHRIS ROBINSON 584
New rules must apply evenly to all businesses; OPINION. 299
Parkway and Tavistock pleased to be given home draws in Vase. 308
Plea issued for secure firms to remain open; CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AIMS TO AVOID 'DEVASTATING BLOW'. WILLIAM TELFORD william.telford@reachplc.com @wtelfordherald 466
Police force publishes its Covid-19 statistics; DEVON AND CORNWALL STAFF AND OFFICERS SEE 21 CASES. ALEX GREEN alex.green@reachplc.com 454
Pretty in pink trim; Lady of the Bedchamber was a member of the Eliot family and a fitting subject for famous portrait artist Sir Joshua Reynolds. JO CLARKE Marketing and communications The Box 474
Pub industry is critical of takeaway ban; IN BRIEF. 347
Shoppers are urged to avoid panic in the aisles; SUPERMARKET BOSSES SAY THERE IS PLENTY OF STOCK. AARON GREENAWAY aaron.jamesgreenaway@reachplc.com 418
SOAP WATCH. 171
Suspect is charged with three murders. GEORGE THORPE george.thorpe@reachplc.com 365
Tempting the palate with just desserts; PLYMOUTH ENTREPRENEUR LAUNCHES CHEESECAKE FIRM. EVE WATSON eve.watson@reachplc.com 743
the great british bake off Channel 4, 8pm. 175
THEN & NOW; CHRIS ROBINSON compares pictures of the past to the Plymouth of today. CHRIS ROBINSON 262
Trial over 'beating by seagull' claim. 200
Wedding venue shuts over impact of Covid. EVE WATSON eve.watson@reachplc.com 543

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