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EU reform brings an end to fish discards
Politicians and campaigners have claimed victory in the fight to end fish discards after the European Parliament approved reforms to the Common Fisheries Policy .
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Campaign to tackle alcohol related violence this Christmas
A campaign to tackle head issues surrounding alcohol related violence and anti-social behaviour this Christmas will tour Cornish towns to raise awareness.
SHOPPERS in Camborne can't get enough of Father Christmas in the build up to Christmas.
The Santa Seat as it's becoming known, is in Cross Street and is the town's most popular decoration.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Disease outbreak concern after surveillance shake-up
Concern has been raised about the Westcountry's ability to handle an animal disease outbreak after a shake-up of the Government's disease surveillance system was announced.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Camborne college students launch safe sex campaign
CAMPAIGNING students from Cornwall College have stepped onto the front line in the war against sexually transmitted infections after being recruited by the NHS to launch a media crusade.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Camborne has Christmas wrapped up with festive market
Christmas produce will all wrapped up in one place next Friday when Camborne hosts is annual festive market.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
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CAMBORNE councillors have requested an investigation after receiving a "shocking" 19,000 invoice for repairs to a controversial council building.
Traffic "chaos" fears over 43 new homes plan in Camborne
PLANS to build 43 new homes in Camborne have been met with opposition from local residents who claim it will cause traffic chaos.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Truro businesses hit hard by sewerage work hope for Christmas trade boost
Retailers in and around Victoria Square in Truro, who have seen customers numbers fall and business hit as a result of major flood and sewerage works which saw the square closed, are hoping an initiative to kick start trade over Christmas will boost business.
Offer accepted from developer for Carn Brea leisure centre land in Pool
A DEVELOPER has come on board to buy the running track land at Carn Brea leisure centre in a deal that will provide funding for the centre's huge overhaul.
Western morning News
Bad luck, bad planning or the protests a " why did badger culls fall short?
When the Government announced it was abandoning the extended badger cull, hunt saboteurs were quick to claim the credit.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
cmjohnw published Birthday date for Humphry Davy lecture in Penzance
Organised in the past by local Rotarians, this year the event has been taken on by the Humphry Davy Project group which hopes to set up a centre honouring Penzance's most famous son in the former Peasgoods store, the premises where he trained to become an apothecary surgeon more than 200 years ago.
Western Morning News published Council backs plans to sell off running track
Plans to sell off the running track to fund a rebuild of Carn Brea Leisure Centre have been backed by Cornwall Council's cabinet.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Plea to minister to ensure future of fishing industry
New Fisheries Minister George Eustice faces "tricky" issues in securing a long-term future for the Westcountry fleet, industry leader Paul Trebilcock has said.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Musicians from Penzance's Humphry Davy cut CD in Camborne
PUPILS granted a music scholarship from Humphry Davy School in Penzance took part in a songwriting workshop at dBs Music at Cornwall College Camborne.
Carn Brea running track to be rebuilt in Redruth
Cornwall Council 's Cabinet has backed plans to sell the land used by the running track adjoining Carn Brea Leisure Centre to fund an extensive refurbishment of the centre and to re locate the athletic track to a site at Redruth School.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Cheeky Camborne snapper pokes fun at town's Christmas tree
This photographer has poked fun at Camborne's Christmas tree, taking a tongue-in-cheek look at the festive display.
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SCHOOL children from across Cornwall will celebrate racking up hours of extra-curricular study tomorrow at the Children's University's first graduation ceremony.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Fine for Camborne man's foul language in Tesco car park
Jason Willis, 28, of Wheal Gerry, was being driven to mother's house on May 31 by his partner Kelly Marie Godliman when he became abusive.
A man had to be cut free from his car this afternoon following a smash at Nancegollan near Helston.
Firefighters from Helston and Camborne used crash rescue equipment to extricate the man from his car and place him into the care of ambulance staff.