3ves a vis DU 2019

Dohajydh da, ha dynnargh dhe dhyllans an seythen ma ‘An Nowodhow’ war BBC Radyo Kernow.

Good afternoon, and welcome to this week’s edition of An Nowodhow on BBC Radio Cornwall.

Sarah Newton a dheklaryas y hwra hi omdenna a’y soodh avel Esel Senedh a-barth Truru hag Aberfala dhe’n nessa Etholans Kemmyn.

Gorthugherweyth dy’Lun, an kyns menystres a-barth ober ha gober omdennans a dhellos derivas ow leverel, ‘Kyn na wodhon p’eur fydh an nessa Etholans Kemmyn, y hyllir bos hevlena. Wosa prederi gans rach, my re erviras na wrav vy hwilas dhe vos etholys arta dhe’n Etholans Kemmyn a dheu may hylliv pursewya materyow erel a vern dhymm’.

Hi a geworras re bia ‘enor euthyk bras’ dhe vos kannas a-barth hy fastell vro.

Kaderyer an Parti Mentenour Truru hag Aberfala, Alan Dovey, a rassas orti a’y ober ‘marthys’ ha leverel, ‘Hi re beu fest hewel y’n bastell vro, ow kanasedhi trigoryon hag ow kaskyrghes a-barth lies eghen a vateryow teythyek’.

‘Drog yw genen na vynn Sarah hwilas dhe vos dasetholys ha ni a brof gorhemynadow a’n gwella dhedhi, dh’y gour Alan ha dhe’n teylu, y’n termyn a dheu’.

Sarah Newton has announced that she will retire from her post as MP for Truro and Falmouth at the next General Election.

On Monday evening, the former minister for work and pensions issued a statement saying, ‘While we don’t know when the next General Election will be, it is possible that it will be this year. After much careful thought I have decided not to seek re-election at the forthcoming General Election so that I can pursue other interests.’

She added that it had been a ‘huge honour’ to represent her constituency.

The chairman of the Truro and Falmouth Conservative Party, Alan Dovey, thanked her for her ‘outstanding’ work and said, ‘She has been very visible in the constituency, standing up for residents and campaigning on a wide range of local issues.’

‘We are very sorry Sarah does not wish to seek re-election and wish her, her husband Alan and the family, well for the future’.

Maynorieth hag a with tus y’ga chi aga honan re beu kevys dhe vos ‘dilowr’ gans hwithroryon an Desedhek rag Gnas a With.

Yth esa an vaynorieth, Curae Home Care hy hanow, ow kwitha war dhew dhen warn ugens pan veu hi hwithrys gans an Desedhek ynter an peswora hag an hweghves a vis Gwynngala.

An Desedhek a leveris yth erviras hwithra Curae Home Care drefen ev dhe dhegemeres derivadow a servis anlowr dhyworth nebes perthyoryon. Herwydh an berthyoryon na, treweythyow, y feu aga apoyntyansow dilatys po dileys yn tien.

Hwithroryon a gampollas divers kudynnow, y’ga mysk:

• nag esa mayni lowr dhe’n vaynorieth

• y fia nebes eseli an mayni arvethys heb bos checkys yn ewn

• nyns esa system dhe’n vaynorieth may hallo hi kovadha manylyon a apoyntyansow fyllys

• ny wrug hi hwithra achesonyow rag apoyntyansow fyllys

• ny wrug hi pub prys gweres orth perthyoryon dyghtya aga medhegnethow yn maner salow.

Ispennhwithrores Gwith Socyal Tevesik, Debbie Ivanova, a leveris bos an derivas ‘prederus’, ow keworra, ‘Nyns esa dewis aral dhyn marnas gul devnydh a’gan galosow rag gwitha an werin’.

Y’n termyn eus passyes, an vaynorieth re bia jujys avel ‘da dre vras’ mes lemmyn re beu gorrys yn-dann venystrans arbennek.

An agency which provides care for people in their own home has been found to be ‘inadequate’ by inspectors from the Care Quality Commission.

The agency, Curae Home Care, was looking after twenty-two people when it was inspected by the Commission between the 4th and the 6th of September.

The Commission said that it decided to inspect Curae Home Care because it had received reports of unsatisfactory service from some patients. According to those patients, their appointments were sometimes delayed or cancelled altogether.

Inspectors mentioned various problems, including:

• the agency did not have enough staff

• some members of staff had been employed without being properly checked

• the agency did not have a system for recording details of missed appointments

• it did not investigate the reasons for missed appointments

• it did not always help patients manage their medicines safely.

Deputy Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care, Debbie Ivanova, said the report was ‘concerning’, adding, ‘We had no choice but to use our powers to protect the people’.

In the past, the agency had been rated as ‘good overall’ but has now been placed in special measures.

Krows a brenn ow kovhe mayni tro askell neb a verwis yn droglam war an Lysardh re beu dastrehevys.

Yn mil, naw kans, peswardhek ha tri ugens, an dro askell RNAS dhyworth Kulros a godhas dhe’n dor dhe Benn Begel ogas dhe Borth Kovrek ha mos yn tan.

Leghen, ha grevys warnedhi hanow an peswar den a verwis, re beu geworrys dhe’n krows.

A wooden cross commemorating a helicopter crew who died in an accident on the Lizard has been replaced.

In 1974 the RNAS helicopter from Culdrose came down at Beagle Point, near Coverack, and caught fire.

A plaque, engraved with the names of the four men who died, has been added to the cross.

Y’n vledhen a dheu, ny yll tremenysi dhe Syllan neyja di na fella y’n jynnow ebron meurgerys, Islander.

An kowethyans Isles of Scilly Steamship Group a dherivas y hwra ev gwertha y beswar jynn ebron Islander ha prena y’ga le jynnow ebron Twin Otter. Brassa vydh an jynnow ebron nowydh hag a’s tevydh nownsek esedh yn le eth.

Leveryas a-barth an bagas a dherivas y hwrussa an jynnow ebron Twin Otter surhe ‘servis diogel ha sostenadow’ dhe’n kowethyans. Ev a geworras y hwrussa an bagas gul meur a ober may halla an jynnow ebron Otter bos parys erbynn Hav dew vil hag ugens.

Warlena, skorren jynn ebron an kowethyans a gollas pymp kans mil beuns avel rann a goll a beswar poynt hwegh milvil beuns gwrys gans an bagas tien.

An jynnow ebron nowydh a wra pesya dhe neyja ynter ayrborth Penn an Wlas hag an ayborth Sen Maria yn Syllan.

Next year, travellers to Scilly will no longer be able to fly there in the much-loved Islander aircraft.

The Isles of Scilly Steamship Group reported that it will be selling its four Islander aircraft and buying Twin Otter planes to replace them. The new aircraft will be bigger and have nineteen seats instead of eight.

A spokesman for the group reported that the Twin Otter aircraft would ensure ‘a robust and sustainable service’ for the company. He added that the group had done a lot of work to get the Otters ready by summer 2020.

Last year, the aviation branch of the company lost £500,000 as part of a £4.6 million loss made by the group as a whole.

The new planes will continue to fly between Land’s End airport and St Mary’s airport on Scilly.

Yth esowgh hwi ow koslowes orth ‘An Nowodhow” war BBC Radyo Kernow. An dowlen an seythen ma a veu skrifys ha presentys genev vy, Steve Penhaligon. John Parker o an pennskrifer. Bys dy’ Sul nessa, dydh da dhywgh hwi oll.

You are listening to ‘An Nowodhow’ on BBC Radio Cornwall. This week’s programme was written and presented by me, Steve Penhaligon. The editor was John Parker. Until next Sunday, good day to you all.