Thursday Mar 6
Move fast to get free training for staff in how to handle stress
Ellena Fries, a Penzance psychotherapist and mindfulness practitioner, is offering two more chances for local firms to take up a free introductory package offer as she looks to establish her new business.
Seven Days in Penwith
10am - St David's Day coffee morning with Perranuthnoe and District WI for Marie Curie Cancer Care's Daffodil Appeal, at the Crown Inn, Goldsithney.
The Cornishman published Music biz veteran Guy will steer bluegrass boys' career
THE winners of last year's Cornwall's Got Talent, Penzance bluegrass band Flats And Sharps, have taken the next step in their career by signing a management deal.
New Falco bike racing team launched in Penzance
CYCLISTS from Penzance, St Buryan and St Ives are all members of the UK's most South-Westerly cycle racing team which is being launched at Penwith College on Wednesday.
Main image for Valentine's Day storm leaves trail of destruction across county
Last night several coastal communities suffered further flooding and gusts of up to 80mph brought down trees and power cables.
7,000 sign hospital petition
A PETITION signed by almost 7,000 people concerned about the future of Poltair Hospital is on its way to health chiefs.
Penzance BID scheme gets overwhelming support at first meeting
More than 100 people crammed into the lecture theatre at Penwith College to hear proposals for a Business Improvement District for the town.
Lobbyists claim victory on bus cuts
In recent months, the departure from Penwith of Western Greyhound, subsequent changes to timetables and the announcements of price hikes by First Bus company and of a reduced support grant by Cornwall Council have all conspired to make life harder for people travelling by public transport in the far west of the county.