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published Bodmin Hospital's nurses' sackings were unfair, judge decides
THREE nurses who were sacked after a mentally ill patient was allegedly assaulted at a hospital have won a two-year battle to clear their names.
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Sun Mar 16, 2014
Bob's mammoth six-day bus journey using pensioner's pass will benefit battling boy
A FORMER chimney sweep has set off on a mammoth 550-mile charity journey where he is aiming to get home relying only on his bus pass.
published Shop staff warned of note change con artists
POLICE are warning shop staff in the Bodmin area to be aware of a fraud known as "ringing the changes" after stores in the town were hit twice last week.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Cardinham based fitness website set to go nationwide
A CORNISH website created in Cardinham dedicated to helping people find when and where they can get active is set to go nationwide.
published Record-breaking rower was not guilty of assault in access row
A MAN who in 2001 became the first rower to complete a solo, unassisted non-stop crossing of the Pacific Ocean was acquitted of assault when he appeared before Bodmin magistrates on Thursday.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
published Three nurses unfairly dismissed, judge rules
THREE nurses who were sacked after a mentally ill patient was allegedly assaulted at Bodmin Hospital have won a two-year battle to clear their names.
Railway recreates the Victorian days of steam with locomotive
A unique Victorian steam engine is the star of Swanage Railway 's London and South Western Railway Weekend on March 15-16.
published Collision with pole
A CAR snapped an electricity pole in half and ended up on its roof in a crash in Bodmin on Saturday afternoon.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Plans for 67 houses on former MPG print site in Bodmin
THE NEW owner of the former MPG Printgroup premises in Bodmin's Victoria Square is to apply for planning permission to build 67 houses on the site.
Heroin addict Matthew Curtis burgled his sister's home
A BODMIN heroin addict broke into his sister's home and stole items while she was out with her two godchildren, a court was told.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Scott Gormal's driving ban must stand, magistrates rule
MAGISTRATES have refused a St Austell man's application to have his three-year driving ban lifted two months early.
First Swanage Railway show to welcome - star of the show' T9 locomotive next weekend
The star of the show will be the only working T9 locomotive in the world, which is usually based on Cornwall's Bodmin and Wenford Railway, where it is on loan from the National Railway Museum.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Food bank users more than double in three years, figures show
MORE than twice the number of people were forced to rely on Cornwall's food banks last year than in 2011, latest figures reveal.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Lanhydrock Estate's 3m cycle trail network now open to all
THE National Trust has launched its new 3 million off-road cycle trails at its Lanhydrock estate, with predictions that they will attract thousands of new visitors to the area.
Car snaps electricity pole in half and flips onto roof in Bodmin
A CAR snapped an electricity pole in half and ended up on its roof in an accident in Bodmin this afternoon.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
published House fire 'was arson'
Firefighters from Lostwithiel, Fowey and Bodmin were called to the property in Castle View at around 9.45pm on Sunday night.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Bodmin man holds knife and threatens to jump from scaffolding
POLICE negotiators were called in and Bodmin's main street had to be closed off after a man climbed scaffolding, held a knife to his throat and threatened to jump, a court has been told.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
A Bodmin wioman has admitted making false statements over a 16,090 benefit fraud.
On 28 February 2014, Sandra Ives, 59, from Rosedale Gardens, Bodmin attended Truro Magistrates Court and pleaded guilty to six offences of making false statement when making claims for Housing and Council Tax Benefit.
published Amanda Daly, 53, stole alcohol from shop twice in two days
A 53-YEAR-OLD woman who stole alcohol from a shop in Looe twice in two days has been given a suspended prison sentence with an alcohol treatment requirement.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Could you provide a loving and caring home for a teenager in Cornwall?
If so then please come along to an informal drop in event being staged by Cornwall Council 's Fostering Service at the Shire Hall Meeting Room, Bodmin on Tuesday, March 4, from 10am-12.30pm to find out more.