Theft and criminal damage in Falmouth and Penryn
POLICE are asking for information in relation to a burglary, two thefts and an incident of criminal damage in Falmouth and Penryn.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
This Is Somerset
Houses of Parliament to be venue for Cornish dementia play
Truro and Falmouth MP Sarah Newton is to host a Cornish theatre company's production in the Houses of Parliament.
New earlier Sunday train on the Truro to Falmouth Maritime Line from next week
First Great Western is to run a new earlier train on Sunday mornings on the Truro - Falmouth " Maritime Line" starting this Sunday, 8 December.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Fugitive wanted for 1.5m fraud in South Africa is found working as a ...
Fugitive wanted for 1.5m fraud in South Africa is found working as a teacher in CORNWALL Former captain of the Great Britain water polo team arrived back in the UK and passed background checks to become a supply teacher in Cornwall Ex-sportsman went undetected for years but was finally exposed when a school pupil read about his case on Facebook and ... (more)
Terry Waite takes to the catwalk in Falmouth for pupils' fashion show
Former hostage Terry Waite will be guest of honour and catwalk model at a charity event in Falmouth this evening , which is being organised by students from local schools.
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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
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.
Five points separate top six
JUST five points separate the top six sides, with Illogan in the driving seat, despite currently sitting in fourth place, having played the least amount of games.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Penryn dad and heroin-user David Scott Lee stole razors to fund habit
USING father stole "a significant number" of packs of razor blades from Wilkinson's in Falmouth, Truro magistrates heard.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
'Unknown package' alert closes Plymouth roads
Desperate for money to fund his heroin habit a Penryn man stole "a significant number" of packs of razor blades from Wilkinsons in Falmouth, Truro magistrates heard.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Penryn Town Council has appointed two councillors to the Town and Gown Committee.
The committee is a group comprising representatives of the universities, Falmouth and Penryn Town Councils, Cornwall Council and Mabe Parish Council, to promote community cohesion.
Young chefa s at Penryn College compete for place in Rotary District competition
YOUNG chefs tested their cooking skills in a competition at Penryn College last week as they battled it out for a place in the Rotary Club district finals.
Inquest date set for Penryn mum who disappeared without a trace
More than five years after a Penryn mother-of-two disappeared without a trace, an inquest is to be held in Truro next month.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Main image for Cornwall teacher Mike Hale is hunted by South African police over 1.5 million fraud
A FORMER insurance broker who fled South Africa amid allegations of a 1.5 million fraud has been working as a supply teacher in Falmouth and Penryn.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Warning after stranger tried to lure Falmouth schoolboy into car
Police have issued a warning to all parents and school children to be vigilant this week after a stranger attempted to lure a boy into his car as he walked to school.
Public meeting on Penryn's car parks
There will be a public meeting on Monday at 7pm in the town hall to discuss Penryn Town Council's proposal to swap the lease for Permarin car park with a similar lease for Commercial Road car park.
Falmouth and Penryn go dotty for Children In Need: Picture Special
The eyes of the country were on Falmouth on Friday night as the Maritime Museum hosted the BBC South West's coverage of this year's Children in Need bonanza.
published Staff really clean up for Children in Need
Members of three Hawkins Motor Group dealerships were seen to "Get Sudsy With Pudsey" last Friday to raise funds for BBC Children in Need.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
Western Morning News published Conditional discharge for benefits fraudster
A Cornish man who falsely claimed more than 19,000 in housing and council tax benefits has been sentenced for fraud offences.
This is The West Country
Look back at Falmouth life: PM's under the radar visit
IT'S hard to imagine a Prime Ministerial visit to Falmouth today going "almost unnoticed," but that's the way it was for Ramsay Macdonald, one of our greatest historical figures, in 1932, writes Mike Truscott.