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RNAS Culdrose has announced how it plans to ease traffic on the roads around Helston during this year's Air Day.
The coroner has recorded an open verdict at the inquest of a Falmouth bouncer who was found dead at his home on Valentine 's Day.
A Helston man banned from driving in 2001 until he passed an extended driving test had taken the test again, Truro magistrates heard, but failed.
St Keverne Parish Hall needs to find an extra A 35,000 so that essential repairs can be carried out.
Cornwall Council has opened a consultation on the installation of a new 'toucan' crossing at the Kernick roundabout on the A39 for bicycles and pedestrians travelling between Mabe and Penryn.
Production of Rowe's pasties was halted this week following a major fire at its Falmouth factory, just days before the peak holiday season.
It follows the death of the two cats in the Trelowarren Street area of Camborne, between last Friday, July 18 and Saturday, July 19. Sergeant Phil Binnie, from Camborne Police Station, said: "Following veterinary examination both cats were found to have traces of anti-freeze in their bodies.
A plan to bring fibre broadband to the Isles of Scilly for the first time by pressing a disused subsea fibre optic cable into service is nearing completion.
Two crews from St Austell Community Fire Station were called just before 6.30am this morning to a report of a fire in a garage in Trelawney Road.
A Penryn man has been made the subject of a community order and a restraining order by magistrates after he admitted assaulting a teenage woman at his home.
Police are seeking a man who snatched a handbag from a 77-year-old woman in Camborne, leaving her injured in the street.
Buy this photo Members of Jubilee Brass Band. Back: Nigel Menbury. Middle: Linda Sadler, Ken Menbury and Matthew Toms.
English councils should join forces with ambulance and school bus services to restore public transport to cut-off areas, says a committee of MPs.
Research suggests homes across Britain typically added A 90 to their value every day during the first half of 2014 Homes across Britain typically added A 90 to their value every day during the first half of 2014 as the housing market gathered momentum, according to a property website.
The mystery surrounding the death of Alan Jeal, after his naked body was found on Perranporth Beach will be featured on BBC's Crimewatch programme in a national appeal for information five months on.
"These days the holy grail is an octopus": The most prized of the mini-figures to be washed off the 1997 container ship.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 08:04 am
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