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'Everyone has been looking after one another this year and obviously because tourism is the town's biggest income, we've always been a very welcoming community and tourists have certainly flocked to St Ives over the summer. We've worked really hard to keep everyone safe and to make sure local businesses survive.' … [Read more...] about St Ives is named as the happiest place to live in Britain ahead of Skipton and Leamington Spa – but did YOUR town make the list?
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The camera then panned to the hotel lobby, which had been stripped bare of anything valuable with only litter, dirt and debris left behind. 'This video is one of many hotels that are done and all trashed like this. It's very sad,' Mr Ahearn captioned the post … [Read more...] about Luxury Bali hotel rooms go on sale for just $14 a night with 48-cent dinners at some of the island’s most popular resorts as Covid turns Kuta into a ghost town – here’s how Australians CAN fly there now