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A Newquay man who threatened to blow up Milton Keynes train station from the moon pleaded guilty to sending a threatening message at Truro Magistrates' Court.
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A POPULAR teacher who died in a crash near Bude earlier this year was not wearing a seat belt as she drove her car to work, an inquest has heard.
SPORTSMANSHIP: Above, Megan, for Perranporth, in action against a player from the Newquay Junior Academy as Treviglas Community College staged its fourth annual martial arts festival for local primary schools.
Holsworthy residents took up the opportunity to have a look around the Holsworthy AgriBusiness Centre, which is still under construction.
ST JUST Town Council has expressed concerns that a potential sale of Poltair Hospital in Penzance would see the money raised used outside of west Cornwall.
A DJ who presents a weekly show on BBC Radio Cornwall has appeared in court today accused of sexually assaulting a female.
Zapp, 62, of Dopps Terrace, Redruth, faces allegations of assault by beating a female and a charge of sexual assault against a female over the age of 16 in November.
Over 30 organisations across Cornwall are getting together for a third year to run the 'Winter Wellbeing', campaign to reduce preventable winter deaths, however government cuts have been blamed for reduction in help.
BOTH St Just's and Newlyn's Christmas lights drew in good crowds at the weekend, getting everyone in the west Penwith towns in the festive spirit.
A MAN given a suspended jail term for violence at a Gunnislake residential home in the autumn has been jailed for 60 days after admitting assaulting a teenage girl in an alleyway back in March.
A dramatic photograph of the Penlee lifeboat Ivan Ellen, almost submerged in white water as she crosses Mount's Bay, sums up what those four little letters "RNLI" are all about, writes Frank Ruhrmund.
REG Windpower has put in a pre-application enquiry to Cornwall Council about a possible extension of the wind farm, which is part of the Bonython Estate.
THIS time last year the Orchard family were so hard-up that dad Lee received just a can of deodorant and a supermarket jumper for Christmas.
CORNISH education leaders, parents, governors and businesspeople have joined forces to launch a strategy aimed at improving educational standards and encouraging pupils to aim higher.
St Mary's Church of England School has occupied the same premises at Redinnick Place since 1896, but head teacher Hilary Tyreman said the time was long overdue for the school to have some more space particularly outside.
Could St Keverne and Coverack finally be able to get proper mobile phone coverage? This was the hope raised when St Keverne parish councillors were told about a plan to install a 12 metre tall mast by telecommunications company EE on land off Roskilly's Farm.