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New coronavirus case rate falls in Cornwall – Cornwall Live

13 new cases confirmed in Cornwall compared to 17 the week before

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Broadband: Old TV signal hit village internet speed for 18 months – BBC News

Connectivity was disrupted each morning, causing issues for households trying to get online.

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Switching off the problem television fixed the issue for Aberhosan villagers, Openreach says
Engineers have solved a mystery which left villagers with broadband problems for 18 months.
Connectivity could be poor along with slow speeds from 07:00, causing issues for households trying to get online.
Openreach engineers replaced cables at Aberhosan, Powys, but it did not fix the problem so they had to think again.
They then switched to a monitoring device an…

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Airbus reveals plan for first-ever ‘zero emission commercial planes’, potentially by 2035 – The Independent

The company says that the ZEROe concepts are a ‘historic moment’ for the aviation sector

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Aerospace company Airbus announced on Monday that its first zero-emission, hydrogen-powered commercial flight may be ready for take-off by 2035.
It was dubbed a historic moment for the commercial aviation sector by the companys CEO Guillaume Faury.
Called ZEROe, there are three design concepts. The first is a lot like a typical commercial aircraft you would see today, except with longer, more flexible wings. 
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The second resembles a turboprop plane with six-bladed propellers. The th…

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US stock markets continue falling amid Covid fears as Dow drops 510 points – The Guardian

Markets are entering a fourth week of selloffs, ending a rally that had driven them to record highs over the summer

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US stock markets continued falling on Monday as investors worried Congress would not agree to more stimulus cash before the election and reacted to an uptick in coronavirus infections.
The Dow Jones closed down 510 points, or 1.9% after a late rally. The S&P 500 lost 1.2% and the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite closed just 0.1% lower after a late-day surge in tech stocks.
US stock markets are entering a fourth week of selloffs, ending a rally that had driven them to record highs over the summe…

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