12-month ban for Falmouth drink-driver
A drink driver from Falmouth who came to the notice of police when he accelerated away fast from a junction at around midnight told Truro magistrates it was due to a pedal fault on his vehicle.
Clowns, mime and music as 'Fun Fridays' return to Camborne town centre
Clowns, mime artists, jazz bands and more will be back on the streets of Camborne this August as 'Fun Fridays' in Camborne returns "bigger than ever".
CROSSING: A temporary toucan crossing has been installed on Sully Road.
Cornwall Council has opened a consultation on the installation of a new 'toucan' crossing at the Kernick roundabout on the A39 for bicycles and pedestrians travelling between Mabe and Penryn.
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Murder in a dream
In a few hours' time he is going to die, 'John Williams told his wife'. The terrible thing is there is nothing I can do about it."
Falmouth pasty factory fire: WC Rowes say production to be back up and running soon
The owners of a pasty factory in Falmouth have paid tribute to fast acting firefighters after a fire broke out, saying they are confident it will be back up and running, "in a short space of time".
Firefighters have been tackling a major fire all night at a food manufacturing unit in Falmouth.
Crews worked through the night to bring the blaze under control on the Bickland Industrial Park in Bickland Water Road.
Truss - the badgers must die
The new Environment Secretary Liz Truss flunked her first 'Green test' today as she told Parliament that the badger cull goes on.
Falmouth scam warning as man asks shoppers for cash
A warning has gone out after a man approached a shopper in Falmouth asking for money, two weeks in a row.
Pupils meet mayor on visit to Helston council: PICTURES
Possible councillors of the future joined the mayor of Helston on Tuesday last week as part of a "youth engagement" event.
Crowds gather to remember An Gof Rebellion: PICTURES
A large crowd gathered in St Keverne on Friday to mark the annual commemoration of a 15th century Cornish rebellion involving a blacksmith from the village.
School takeaway ban 'like something out of a communist nanny state'
Police are appealing for witnesses to a serious assault in Redruth, after a local man had part of his ear bitten off outside a kebab shop.