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Simon Heffer: Minority rights for Cornwall? We Essex men want them too
As part of our politicians' endless search for minorities to ingratiate themselves with, they have decided that the Cornish are 'a national minority'.
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Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Thursday 24 Apr 2014
Police chiefs want to start a "national conversation" with British Muslim women, asking them to persuade their husbands and children not to travel to Syria to take part in fighting there.
Wed Apr 23, 2014
Minority rights for Cornish people
The Cornish are to be recognised as a national minority group for the first time, Chief Secretary Danny Alexander has announced today.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
This is The West Country
One thousand tyres and 100 gin bottles: Cornish farmer join campaign to tackle flytipping
These are just some of the fly-tipping incidents that Jason Coad has dealt with over the years on his mainly arable 180-acre farm near Bodmin, Cornwall.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Western morning News
Revived British blues band The Hoax open UK tour at Exeter
One of Robin Davey's earliest memories is playing his toy guitar in the grounds of Lanhydrock House, near Bodmin.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
Western morning News
Witheridge close the gap at the top as title rivals are all...
THE eagerly awaited meetings between four of the South West Peninsula League's title contenders were all washed out this weekend, leaving secretary Philip Hiscox once again rearranging games.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
Is it fair to fine or jail parents if kids bunk off school?
The mother of a pupil at a Cornish school has been fined A 230 for failing to ensure that her child attends school on a regular basis.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
New homes and new opportunities in Bodmin
Sanctuary Group invited local partners along to see the excellent progress being made at its Scarletts Well housing development, a 7.4 million scheme to build 61 affordable new homes in Bodmin.
Exciting path to creating success from start-ups
THE past few years have shown that, with the right support, start-up businesses in Cornwall can thrive and that the county offers exciting opportunities to employers and employees alike.