Saturday Dec 7
Drug courier jailed for supplying heroin to grandmother who hid stash amongst Cornish pasties
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Fri Dec 06, 2013
Shaine German of Bodmin is bailed to await sentence after admitting assaulting partner
A MAN with a history of domestic violence has been released on bail by a court to await sentence after attacking his partner at her home in St Dennis while drunk.
This Is Somerset
Why can't ex-Shepton Mallet jail be used as tourist trap?
HOLIDAYING in Cornwall recently, I noticed an advertisement in the local press for Bodmin Jail, which is now a tourist attraction, with a restaurant, cream teas and so on.
Tractor crash car driver named
A 95-year-old car driver who died in a crash with a tractor on the A30 in Cornwall has been named by police.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Penwithick woman Deborah Jayne Thomson breached ban by owning 17 cats
All the cats were infested with fleas and four of the ten kittens had eye infections which had not been treated by a vet when the RSCPA learnt unemployed Deborah Jayne Thomson had housed them.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Western Morning News published Man dies after collision with tractor on A30
An elderly man from Hampshire has died after a collision on the A30 in North Cornwall, which closed the road for eight hours.
Big Money: a computer-generated image of the new council office complex in Bodmin.
Council staff based in Bodmin will move to the new complex along with some currently working in St Austell and Liskeard.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Western morning News
The education and background of Westcountry MPs at a glance, beginning with Liberal Democrats , then the Conservatives and Labour Born in Mullion, went to Helston School and the University of Sussex where he received a BA in cultural and community studies in 1980.
Firefighters from St Mawes and Mevagissey called out after car leaves road at Portscatho
Firefighters from St Mawes and Mevagissey and the rescue tender from Bodmin were dispatched to the A3078 near Portscatho after reports from the ambulance service of people possibly trapped in a vehicle that had left the road.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
West Cornwall Pasty blames 'pasty tax' for lower sales
The imposition of the so-called 'pasty tax' on hot takeaway food, which caused political ructions, has hit turnover and profit margins at the West Cornwall Pasty company.
Cream of Cornish wedding industry honoured at awards
More than 200 entries were whittled down to a final 48, in 13 categories from wedding venue of the year to wedding cake designer.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Log burner owners urged to sweep chimneys after spate of fires
CORNWALL Fire and Rescue service is urging owners of multi fuel stoves to sweep out their chimneys following a series of log burner fires.
The Cornishman commented St Just's boxing show sees big support from local community
On Saturday night at Cape Cornwall School the town's amateur boxing club held its second tournament to collect funds, raising around 2,000.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
This Is Somerset
Charity gives shelter to the homeless after typhoon
A Cornish humanitarian aid charity has provided shelter for 250 families who lost their homes in the devastating typhoon that hit the Philippines earlier this month.
commented Traders fear damage from retail park
The Coyte Farm development to the west of St Austell at St Mewan would create a retail area larger than St Austell town centre if plans are approved next year.
Bodmin student "very shaken'' after bleach attack
Police are continuing their search for a man who grabbed a Bodmin student and splattered her with bleach yesterday morning.
Unacceptable for tourist town not to have public toilets
In St Merryn, a village meeting has been called to see if residents will put up with a 20 per cent increase in the precept they pay to the parish council, needed if councillors are to take control of the facilities there.
published Vauxhall celebrates a real Sting in the tale
Local Vauxhall retailer, West End Motors, is celebrating the arrival of a brand new addition to the Vauxhall line-up; the Corsa Sting.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
published Pub chain agrees to access solution
PUBLIC protest has forced a national pub chain to reverse its decision to ban disabled people from using a ramp to access its premises in Bodmin.