22a a vis Gwynngala 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.

Konsel Kernow a brof dhe spena dewdhek milvil a beunsow rag Porth Efanvos Kernow.

Pella, seyth poynt pymp milvil a beunsow a via proviys gans Maynorieth Efanvos an Ruvaneth Unys, ha dew poynt pymp milvil a beunsow gans Virgin Orbit.

An re a omsett orth skoodhyans Konsel Kernow rag kynsa porth efanvos Europa re guhudhas an konsel a “wyrdhgolgh” ha leverel y tegoodh dhe fondyer Virgin, Richard Branson, y be y honan.

Virgin Orbit a wrussa devnydh a’n porth efan- vos yn ayrborth Tewynblustri rag lonchya lorellow byghan hag avel selva rag system LauncherOne a dhisplegir y’n Statys Unys.

An konsel re leveris an porth dhe dhri kansow a oberennow nowydh dhe Gernow ha dinythi milvilyow rag an erbysieth yn dann denna negysyow y’n asrann efanvos.

Mes kaskyrghoryon gerghynedhel re guhudhas an konsel a fayntys wosa ev dhe dheklayra goredhom ayredh ha dyllo towl gwriansek a janjyow ayredh.

An konsel a leveris ev dhe attyli dyllansow karbon dhyworth an porth efanvos dre blansa hanterkans mil a wydh.

Cornwall Council is proposing to spend £12 million on Spaceport Cornwall.

Further, £7.5 million would be provided by the UK Space Agency, and £2.5 million by Virgin Orbit.

People objecting to Cornwall Council’s support for Europe’s first spaceport have accused the council of “greenwash” and argued Virgin founder Richard Branson should pay for it himself.

Virgin Orbit would use the space- port at Newquay Airport to launch small satellites and as its European base for the LauncherOne system, being developed in the US.

The council has said that the spaceport would bring hundreds of new jobs to Cornwall and generate millions for the economy by attracting businesses in the space sector.

But environmental campaigners have accused the council of hypocrisy after it declared a climate emergency and published a climate change action plan.

The council stated that it will offset carbon emissions produced by the spaceport by planting 50,000 trees.

Komendyes veu towlow dhe dhrehevel dewdhek annedh ha dew-ugens, oll anedha affordyadow, yn le kresen witha diswrys yn Resrudh.

Konsel Kernow re ombrofyas rag kummyas dhe dhrehevel an anedhow yn le kyns Kresen Murdoch ha Trevithick war dir dhe’n wogledh a Fordh Drump.

Hanter an anedhow a vydh kavadow rag rent affordyadow, ha’n ken hanter rag perghenogeth kevrennys.

Y fia naw rannji, dew vengalji hag unn chi ha dew-ugens war an displegyans, aga braster dhyworth ran- njiow a unn chambour bys yn chi a bymp chambour.

Konsel an Dre Resrudh a skoodhyas an towlow ynwedh, mes hi a bysis fronansow-parkya ma na allo kerri bos parkyes marnas y’n leow appoyntyes.

Plans to build 52 new homes, all of which will be affordable, on the site of a demolished care centre in Redruth have been recommended for approval.

Cornwall Council has applied for permission to build the homes on the site of the former Murdoch and Trevithick Centre on land north of Drump Road.

Half the properties will be available for affordable rent and the other half for shared ownership.

There would be nine flats, two bungalows and 41 houses on the development, in size from one-bed- room flats to a five-bedroom house.

Redruth Town Council has also supported the plans but asked for parking restrictions so cars can only be parked in the designated areas.

Y feu hevlena moghheans bras a vernansow dre wall a-dro dhe arvor Kernow ha Dewnens, herwydh reknans nowydh.

Manylyon dhyworth Maynorieth Vorek ha Gwithysi Alsyow a dhiskwedh eth tus warn ugens dhe verwel y’n mor hag y’n avonyow y’n vledhen bys y’n mis Gwynngala ma, erbynn unnek warlena.

Konygyon a leveris bos gwer moy gwirhaval dhe omberyllya, keffrys ha’n re pell a- dre hag y’ga dy’golyow.

Yn-medh brysonydh Dr Isabel Richter, “Yma meur a hwithrans a omdhoon havysi erbynn omdhoon yn tre, hag ev a brev an re y’ga dy’golyow dhe wul omdhoon peryllussa es an re yn tre.”

There’s been a big increase in accidental deaths around the Cornwall and Devon coast this year, ac- cording to new figures.

Data from the Maritime and Coastguard Agency shows that 28 people died in the sea and in rivers, in the year to this September, compared with 11 the previous year.

Experts said men were more likely to take risks, along with people who were away from home and on holiday.

“There’s a lot of research about tourists’ versus home behaviour and it proves people on holiday perform more risky behaviour than those at home,” said psychologist Dr Isabel Richter.

An Vorladron re dhassinas keynor Karesk, James McRae, tri warn ugens y vloodh, yn kovskrifans dewblek rag an seson a dheu.

Ev a dhehwel rag y nessa seson, hag y hwarias pymthekweyth rag an Vorladron seulabrys. Yn-medh kochyas aragoryon, Alan Paver y hanow, “Dehwelyans James a vydh kennerth kowrek rag an para.”

Cornish Pirates have re-signed 23-year-old Exeter back-row James McRae on dual-registration for the upcoming season.

He returns for a second season, having played 15 times for the Pirates before. “James’ return will be a massive boost to the squad,” forwards coach Alan Paver said.

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

You’ve been listening to An Nowodhow on BBC Radio Cornwall. This week’s script was written by me, Wella Morris. The editor was Steve Harris. Until next Sunday, good day to you all.