Search goes on for missing teen
A FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD boy was still missing last night – seven days after he was last seen at his Plymouth home.
Kharim Rhony was last seen by his foster parents on January 25 at their address in Stoke before he headed to the Life Centre to go swimming.
He left wearing a blue hooded jumper, blue jeans, white canvas shoes and a pair of black gloves. He was also carrying a black rucksack.
Kharim is 5' 2" tall, of slight build with short curly hair and is described as being of Arabic appearance.
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Anyone with information about his whereabouts should call Devon and Cornwall Police on 101.
A HOUSE on Mutley Plain is set to be renovated into student accommodation.
An application to transform the property at number 47 into a six bedroom student house has been submitted to planners.
The proposals include demolition of a ground floor extension to form a car parking area which would accommodate two cars.
MEMBERS of the Plymouth and District Archaeological Society will have a preview of the new Mary Rose Museum at its meeting on Monday, February 4.
Alex Hildred, Archaeological Director for the Mary Rose site will speak on A New Museum for an Old Ship: Mary Rose 2013. She has been involved with the world-famous Mary Rose project since the excavations of 1978-82 and is now Curator of Ordnance and Human Remains for the Mary Rose Trust and part of the team that has created a new museum to be opened this year which will unite the hull of the Mary Rose with its artefacts.
The lecture takes place at 7pm in the Davenport Lecture Theatre of University of Plymouth's Portland Square Building. Non-members are very welcome and are asked to contribute £4 towards expenses.
CLIMB every mountain.
That seems to be the theme of dedicated St Luke's fundraisers.
In preparation of a Kilimanjaro climb, the gang are spending this weekend on chilly Dartmoor.
The 20 strong team will brave the cold to acclimatise and test their stamina.
It's just over a month to go until the fundraisers head off for Kilimanjaro.
The group are aiming to raise £65,000 for the Plymouth hospice.
During the weekend on Dartmoor the team aim to walk more than 32 miles.
Josie Burke, senior fundraising manager for St Luke's, said: "With only five weeks to go we're really excited, and nervous in equal measure. The team and I have been training hard and we hope that our overnight walk this weekend, combined with our Mt Snowdon climb taking place next weekend will keep us in shape to reach the summit of Kilimanjaro when we leave for our 10 day challenge."
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