The Cornishman published St Ives riding high above Penzance and Hayle in sexiest town...
It takes in competition over fishing hauls and fishing grounds and even extends, at this time of year, to who's got the best Christmas lights.
Eustice: cancelled cull 'was still worthwhile'
HAYLE MP and Farming Minister George Eustice has defended the Government's badger cull, despite a trial being called off amid jubilation from opponents.
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.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Hayle MP George Eustice defends aborted badger cull trial
HAYLE MP and Farming Minister George Eustice has defended the Government's badger cull despite a trial being called off amid jubilation from opponents.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Trustees, volunteer drivers and supporters celebrate the first year of the vehicle project.
On Friday night many of those involved gathered at the Commercial Hotel in St Just to celebrate their success in maintaining the service over its vital first 12 months.
Porthleven couple David and Grace Lugg retire
Mrs Lugg, originally from Porthleven, worked as a nurse at the Royal Cornwall and West Cornwall hospitals, in nursing homes and then at the hospital in Helston.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Firefighters called to Lelant Downs
FIREFIGHTERS from St Ives Community Fire Station were called out to a fire at a home in Lelant Downs near Hayle last night.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
The Cornishman published Not a space in sight as new Penzance Sainsbury's supermarket...
AS our photo shows, there was hardly a parking space to be had as Sainsbury's opened its doors at Eastern Green last Wednesday.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Seven Days down west
Must book to qualify on 01209860332 and present voucher on arrival Mon-fri 12-2pm Mon-Thur 6-9pm Saturday 12-5pm Sunday 3-9pm 10.30am - Coffee and mince pies in Perranuthnoe Church Room, in aid of Kenneggy Chapel renovation and Cornwall Air Ambulance.
Drinker's 'death sentence' shock
A HABITUAL drunkard told Truro magistrates he had been told if he did not give up drink he would most likely be dead in five years.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
This Is Somerset
Proud port has a long history of bustle
As we are reminded by John Pollard's foreword to The History of the Cornish Port of Hayle, since the UBM Group bought out long-term owners Harvey & Co in 1969 and then sold it again in the early 1980s, the proposals for its future have been so many that it would take a magician to take on and tell the complex story of its rise and fall.
Sat Nov 16, 2013
Camborne engineer John Woodward brings light to Phillack Church in Hayle
A GIANT illuminated cross hanging from Camborne Parish Church was created by a former Holman's engineer in a new venture to bring cheaper light sources to the town.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
The Cornishman published Penwith remembers the fallen
The standards of the St Ives RBL and Armed Services' associations are lowered in remembrance around St Ives war memorial.
Thu Nov 07, 2013
Western morning News
Minister "minded" to roll out badger culls despite failings
The Farming Minister has said the Government is "minded" to repeat the badger culls in other areas despite the Somerset and Gloucestershire trials failing to hit their kill targets.
Mousehole Male Voice Choir wow London at weekend of Cornish singing
The group sang at a special concert in front of a packed audience at Southwark Cathedral on Friday, and the following night joined 27 other ensembles to make up the Cornish Federation of Male Voice Choirs for a "truly memorable" night at the Royal Albert Hall, attracting fans from all over the world.