published 30m North Cornwall wind farm scheme submitted
PLANS for a 30 million wind farm in North Cornwall have been submitted that could see 11 turbines built, standing more than 400ft tall.
published Police say Camelford's Darlington Hotel should close
A NORTH Cornwall pub could have its licence revoked after police allegations of drug-taking and disorderly behaviour on the premises.
Cornwall MP gives up cheese
Mr Rogerson set-up the group with the help of the British Cheese Board following his election as local MP in 2005 and has served as its chairman until the announcement this week.
Plans submitted for controversial 30million wind farm in North Cornwall
PLANS have been submitted for a controversial A 30 million scheme that would see an 11 wind turbine solar farm erected near five villages in North Cornwall.
published 'Inadequate' school is making progress
A NORTH CORNWALL primary school which was rated as "inadequate" by Ofsted inspectors last year has been told it is making progress Judy Gidzewicz, executive head teacher at Delabole Community Primary School, has been told by government inspector Ian Hancock that the school is making reasonable progress towards the removal of special measures.
Breakwater Holidays Strive to Provide the Best Self Catering Bude Holiday Cottages
A small coastal town nestled on the edge of North Cornwall in England, Bude is a popular holiday destination due to it's stunning beaches and inspiring views.
published Construction set to start at village hall
WORK is due to start to build a new 400,000 hall at the heart of a North Cornwall community.
published Dan Rogerson's rail petition seeking to put area on track again
A PETITION started by North Cornwall MP Dan Rogerson seeking to bring railway services closer to east and north Cornwall has been backed by hundreds of local people.
Government's "hapless" flood response fails to convince voters
The Government's "hapless" handling of the flooding crisis risks causing damage in the elections as the aftermath continues to cause concern in the Westcountry.
Flood warnings remain but river levels set to fall slowly
River levels are expected to remain high for several more days, especially along the Thames and Severn, but levels are starting to gradually fall this week.