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Attempt to get a straight answer. Take 3: Why is the news item that you copy and pasted an indicator of future problems in Dawlish? P.S. I have no problem with copy and pasting, when the netiquette courtesy of a link is provided. Or when the text that is copied isn't claimed as ones own...

Access to Dawlish Warren for emergency vehicles is now a reality. A fire engine has now been driven over a railway line works crossing point for the first time. The access comes as a result of talks between Teignbridge MP Richard Younger-Ross, Network Rail, Teignbridge Council, fire and ambulance services on how vehicles could reach the Warren. It followed concerns raised over the years about ...

Work is starting in Dawlish on an extension to a footpath in the town centre. The footway extension will form a link alongside Dawlish Water at Brunswick Place, which was originally very narrow and difficult to navigate. The work forms part of a regeneration project for the town centre, supported by Teignbridge Council. It has put £200,000 worth of funding to the scheme over three years. Work ...

I asked a very simple question, to which you responded with "I". I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume that you suffered a slip of the finger, and so I'll try again: Why do you think that the news item you copy and pasted is an indicator of future problems in Dawlish? Personally I'm unsure as to whether this Youth Centre is a good idea or a bad idea, so please stop being so ...

2 Sep 2008

Really? In that case, we should all descend upon the Manor House with our pitchforks and torches in order to prevent this from happening...

2 Sep 2008

Dullish Roy wrote: Is this an indicator of what Dawlish can expect when the 'disaffected' start to accumulate in Dawlish's new Youth Drug/Alcoholic Centre? Why would it be an indicator? Out of interest likesay.

STAMP DUTY
2 Sep 2008

User 4549 wrote in reply to wondering: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/spl/hi/in_depth/uk_house_prices/html/18uh.stm Try the above link and see if your sarcasm is justified I've looked at that link, and it says that Teignbridge house prices are coming down. More good news that I'm sure that Viaduct would approve of. Thanks for sharing it with us...

2 Sep 2008

It's still good news though, isn't it.

Viaduct wrote: Do you have any evidence of that? Or is it the start of a rumour that you are so good at? Might I kindly point you towards the link that I provided. Thank you.

2 Sep 2008

Well, they are if you're a twitcher... The hurricane season has blown a succession of seldom-seen US birds across the Atlantic to the British Isles. A spate of transatlantic wader discoveries in Britain include a sparrow-sized semipalmated sandpiper at Devon's Dawlish Warren. With Hurricane Gustav still raging, there is widespread speculation in birding circles that it will add a new species to ...

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