Tuesday Apr 15
Ground broken on new fire stations at Hayle and Tolvadden
Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service chief fire officer Des Tidbury and Cornwall Council cabinet member for homes and communities Geoff Brown cut the turf at to mark the start of construction works for two state of the art community fire station, one in Hayle and one in Tolvaddonand a new service headquarters facility also at Tolvaddon.
Cutting the turf' ceremony to mark start of work at fire stations in Hayle and Tolvaddon
A 'cutting the turf' ceremony will be held on Monday to mark the start of construction works for two new "state of the art" community fire stations in Hayle and Tolvaddon - as well as the new service headquarters facility also at Tolvaddon.
LABOUR'S Parliamentary candidate for Camborne, Redruth and Hayle met Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls to discuss transport issues in Cornwall.
Western morning News
War on the grey squirrel continues despite a change in reporting...
Last month the law that officially made it an offence to fail to report the presence of grey squirrels was scrapped.
Superbug C. diff cases double target
The Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust revealed in a report to the board that there were 40 cases last year, against its target of 20. The RCHT said it was working with GPs on cutting C. diff infections and no cases were the result of cross-infection between patients.
The final berth at the Wave Hub offshore renewable energy test facility in Hayle has been filled.
Carnegie Wave Energy has signed a commitment agreement to secure the final berth to demonstrate its next generation wave technology.
Yogi's luckier than the average dog after 60ft mine tumble rescue
Poor Yogi the dog made a bit of a boo boo when he went hurtling over the edge of a mineshaft near Helston at the weekend - but despite falling almost 60 feet he lived to tell the tale.
Tesco launches new babysitting service
A man with an alcohol problem pleaded guilty to stealing bottles of alcohol from Tesco in Camborne and Marks & Spencer in Hayle when he appeared before Truro magistrates.
Care report calls for improvements
Cornwall's main hospital has been told it must improve services in a report by the Care Quality Commission .