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2 hrs ago | Falmouth Packet
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.
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3 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald
"These days the holy grail is an octopus": The most prized of the mini-figures to be washed off the 1997 container ship.
6 hrs ago | North Devon Gazette
Keith Barratt, 69, was found hanging in a barn at Higher Horslett in Clawton where he lived on the morning of February 18. A statement from his GP said Mr Barratt had suffered from anxiety for some years and was worried about his future and lack of pension.
Emergency services were called shortly after 11.15pm on Friday, July 18 after two cars rolled following a collision on the A3058, Gwindra Road in St Stephen.
The hunt is on for former pupils of Helston's Green School in Penrose Road to attend an informal get together next Wednesday.
British Transport Police officers are appealing for information after man snatched a handbag and ran from a train at Hayle.
The body of a man found in a field near Bodmin has been formally identified as Gary Nice, 47, from Milbrook.
A new lady is lurking in the toilets of Porthallow's pub the Five Pilchards - and she's getting eyed up on a regular basis.
The RSPCA and fire crews from St Dennis, St Austell and Bodmin were drafted in just after 7am following a report of a deer stuck in a clay mica pit measuring approximately 100m circular in diameter.
This is one for spa-lovers. Technically this is two islands, but they are linked by a footbridge and the resort is spread over both.
The owners of a pasty factory in Falmouth have paid tribute to fast acting firefighters after a fire broke out, saying they are confident it will be back up and running, "in a short space of time".
An application to build 340 homes in the north of Helston could be submitted as early as the end of this summer.
But visitors to the South Downs, drawn there for the unbroken vista of rolling hills and choppy seas, could soon be faced with the sight of scores of wind turbines towering above the waves.
Borris-in-Ossory ICA Guild are organising a weekend away at the end of August and there are still places available.
They may be former smallholders but their love has continued to grow for a Helston couple who celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary on Thursday.
The reopening of an airfield in Cornwall has been delayed for more than week because of problems with resurfacing runways, managers say.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 06:50 am
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