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West Briton published Killiow dry ski slope plans to be decided on Monday
The Killiow Estate near Playing Place has submitted plans to build a 150-metre dry ski slope with a nursery slope, a clubhouse and parking for 72 cars, and separate plans for a 55-space caravan touring park.
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Sat Mar 15, 2014
Cornish culture community project calls for residents' views
Kresen Kernow, a new home for the stories of Cornwall is the working title for a Cornwall Council-led project to build a new archive and local studies centre.
Truro couple plan for fundraising honeymoon
TWO newlyweds from Truro have put their honeymoon plans on hold - to undertake an overseas adventure of a different kind for a multiple sclerosis charity in Cornwall.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
published Police concern after alcohol is seized at party for children in...
POLICE have said they are becoming "increasingly concerned" following a party attended by more than 100 children on a school sports field in St Austell.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
published Support from St Austell businesses for fresh Coyte Farm ...
BUSINESS heavyweights in St Austell have thrown their support "in principle" behind a retail development at Coyte Farm two months after a 110 million scheme was rejected.
published Social deprivation statistics spark calls for investment in St...
CALLS have been made for more investment in St Austell's health services and infrastructure after government statistics revealed "concerning" levels of social deprivation.
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.
published Bottle attack on Newquay bouncer at Cribbar pub 'highlights...
A PUB doorman was hospitalised after allegedly being stabbed in the neck with a broken bottle in Newquay in the early hours of Sunday.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
St Austell v St Blazey : Live Blog: Cornwall Senior Cup semi-final
Arch-rivals St Austell and St Blazey go head to head at Newquay's Mount Wise this evening for a place in next month's Cornwall Senior Cup final - and you can catch all the latest action via our live blog.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Scott Gormal's driving ban must stand, magistrates rule
MAGISTRATES have refused a St Austell man's application to have his three-year driving ban lifted two months early.
Officials named for Cornwall Senior Cup semi-finals
Lanner referee Martin Ault will take charge of Tuesday's big Cornwall Senior Cup semi-final between hot rivals St Austell and St Blazey at Newquay's Mount Wise ground .
An RNLI Lifeboat and the Portland Coastguard Search and Rescue Helicopter
Falmouth Coastguard has towed a cargo vessel into St Austell Bay after it began sinking 12 miles east of the Lizard on Sunday morning.
Stricken cargo vessel Sea Breeze towed to safety
A cargo ship which started sinking 10 miles off the Lizard Peninsula has been towed to safety in St Austell Bay.
published Four family members admit their parts in St Austell nightclub...
FOUR members of a family have admitted their parts in a violent confrontation with door staff outside St Austell nightclub The Station.
The Cornishman published New head set to build on St Ives School's fast turnaround
ST IVES School which has recently emerged from special measures has appointed a new head teacher to lead the school from the start of the next academic year.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Friends united in taking on UK's top peak
AN INDEPENDENT filmmaker from St Austell and his three friends will be going the extra mile when they cycle 800 miles and then climb the highest mountain in the UK.
Coyte Farm backers dismissed as a talking shopa as debate heats up
A BUSINESS forum has been dismissed as a "talking shop" full of "corporate chums" after it offered support for a possible new bid to build a shopping complex near St Austell.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
This Is Somerset
Hawkins faces some stiff competition
Radstock Kawasaki star Luke Hawkins begins his defence of the Premiership Motocross Championship in the first round of the new Phoenix Tools-backed series at Kingsteignton, near Newton Abbot, tomorrow.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Concerns rare bird protection plan could be 'nail in the coffin' for Falmouth dredging
Concerns have been raised that plans to protect three rare birds which spend the winter in Falmouth, could prove a "nail in the coffin" for the port's future development.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
St Austell "UFO" photo part of leaked whistleblower documents
A SLIDE apparently showing a UFO in Cornwall is part of the latest batch of government documents leaked by American National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden.