8 hrs ago
Bus and HGV crash at Par
Firefighters were called to Bodelva, Par just after 10am this morning after a crash involving a single decker bus and a large lorry.
12 hrs ago
Western morning News
More than 20 jobs to be created as restaurant chain takes unit
National Italian food chain Prezzo has chosen White River Place shopping centre in St Austell as the location for its latest restaurant.
14 hrs ago
Accused jailed for befouling his cell
SMEARING faeces in a police cell and threatening an officer have earned a five-week prison term for a man who had previously led a policeman on a high-speed car chase.
18 hrs ago
Campaign to tackle alcohol related violence this Christmas
A campaign to tackle head issues surrounding alcohol related violence and anti-social behaviour this Christmas will tour Cornish towns to raise awareness.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Candidates line up for Truro and Falmouth general election
Both Labour and the Liberal Democrats have announced their candidates for the 2015 General Election.
Main image for Alternative option for Coyte Farm is put forward by business leaders
AN ALTERNATIVE to the controversial 110 million Coyte Farm retail development is to be put forward by a newly-formed organisation of business leaders, the Cornish Guardian has learned.
'Elderly being harmed by bus route changes'
A MEVAGISSEY couple have slammed Western Greyhound for what they see as a disregard for the elderly after changes to the local bus service.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Western Morning News published Police probe after three cars burnt out
Police are investigating after three cars were found alight on Saturday in the Par and Tywardreath area of Cornwall.
Newquay to Par railway line to re-open tomorrow
In the mean time, a replacement bus service will be running between St Austell and Newquay.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Penzance Rotary Club's charter is commemorated
A FORMAL dinner and concert at the Queens Hotel has marked the anniversary of the granting of Penzance Rotary Club's charter.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Dr Sandra Campbell, a winner of the 21st Anniversary Award.
The Deputy Lord-Lieutenant for Cornwall, Friends' president and former RCHT chairman Michael Galsworthy with Angela Ballatti, right, the RCHT chief executive, and one of the winners of the RCHT's 21st Anniversary Award, the biochemistry and fetal medicine team.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
A magically musical Christmas
During December you get an idea of how the cathedral is vital to the county. Many societies have their own carol services, some ticketed, some free with a collection.
Policewoman took overdose and died after accidentally texting her...
A policewoman committed suicide after writing a text to a lover thanking him for a 'wonderful' date - but accidentally sent it to her husband, an inquest heard.
Happy Outlook: Children from Naturally Learning will benefit from a 70,000 grant.
It will be used to renovate Poltair Nursery in St Austell and also further develop provision at their Lostwithiel nursery, near St Winnow School.
published Cheers pub regulars' walk raises 5,175
ST AUSTELL Brewery is raising a glass to a dedicated group of regulars at the King's Arms in Lostwithiel who trekked along the North Cornwall coast and Camel Trail to raise 5,175 for charity.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Big Money: a computer-generated image of the new council office complex in Bodmin.
Council staff based in Bodmin will move to the new complex along with some currently working in St Austell and Liskeard.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Main image for New academy schools are united to form trust in St Austell
A CHURCH primary school in St Austell has joined forces with four others to convert to a multi-academy trust.
CHSW_ published Sunday morning saw nearly 250 people don their Santa...
Sunday morning saw nearly 250 people don their Santa Suits and run 2km around St Austell all in aid of Children's Hospice South West on their 3rd annual Santas on the Run fun run.
Western morning News
Call to reverse privatisation of NHS services
Deborah Hopkins, who will contest St Austell and Newquay at the general election and Hanna Toms, for Truro and Falmouth, want directors of the Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust to reverse plans to switch up to 450 jobs to private companies.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Western morning News
The education and background of Westcountry MPs at a glance, beginning with Liberal Democrats , then the Conservatives and Labour Born in Mullion, went to Helston School and the University of Sussex where he received a BA in cultural and community studies in 1980.