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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.
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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.
Cornish MP helps to hoist flag of St Piran at government building in London
A CORNISH MP helped to hoist the flag of St Piran on top of a government building in London earlier today.
Cornish pasties worth A 300m a year
The amount of money being turned over from Cornish pasty making has almost doubled since 2005 to about A 300m annually, according to figures.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
published Pregnant victim hit by partner Matthew Bradfield, 38, of St...
Matthew Bradfield, aged 38, of Elizabeth Road, St Austell, attacked Gemma Saunders during "a lost weekend" of drinking, Bodmin magistrates were told by his solicitor, David Harvey.
published Council 'wasted' 22k on Coyte Farm studies
CORNWALL Council has come under fire for "wasting taxpayers' money" after it revealed more than 22,000 of public money was spent on studies looking at the impact the 110 million retail development at Coyte Farm would have on trade in St Austell.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Have your say on Special Protection Area in Falmouth Bay
Falmouth residents are being given the opportunity to feedback on the potential creation of a Special Protection Area in Falmouth Bay.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
published Town council to take over CCTV as unitary authority withdraws...
NEWQUAY Town Council is to take over the resort's CCTV operations after Cornwall Council announced it would no longer fund the service.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Rugby: North Petherton v Camborne match report
CAMBORNE gave a superb display in Somerset on Saturday, running in six tries to comprehensively defeat a North Petherton side who had previously lost just once at home this season.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
published Put under curfew
JAKE CAMPBELL, 20, of Paull Road, Bodmin, was put under a daily curfew from 7pm to 7am for 21 days as part of a community order with probation supervision.
published Work finally starts on 12m St Austell link road
WORK has finally begun on a 12.3 million road improvement scheme that will see the construction of a long-awaited link road connecting St Austell to the A30.
commented Police op nets St Austell heroin dealers
ST AUSTELL police have reaffirmed their commitment to stamping out drug dealing in the town as six heroin dealers face the prospect of hefty jail terms after admitting selling the drug to undercover police.
published Family offers free home-made soup
ER family is giving away their home-made dish for free to people in St Austell who are battling with chronic fatigue syndrome.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
DaveCDM published White River Place announced as 'Community Champion' sponsor
St Austell's White River Place are the proud sponsors of the 'Community Champion' award at the Cornish Guardian Community Awards.
published A new champion in Newquay for crisis-hit families
The Newquay Foodbank, Newquay police, JobCentre Plus, and the town council, are working alongside the group, referring people in need of vital help and assistance.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Newquay to stage St Austell v St Blazey semi-final
Newquay's Mount Wise ground will stage the big Cornwall Senior Cup semi-final between town rivals St Austell and St Blazey on Tuesday March 11 .
Work starts on 12.3million St Austell to A30 road improvement scheme
Work on a major project to improve a section of the A391 from St Austell to the A30 begins this month.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Temporary Care / Support Workers - Immediate Start
We have an urgent need for temporary agency experienced care assistants in and around the Truro / St Austell / Penzance / Bude areas plus many other locations throughout Cornwall.
published Chairman of St Austell Bay Chamber of Commerce John Kneller...
THE chairman of the St Austell Bay Chamber of Commerce a body which voted against Coyte Farm has stood down after just four months in the job.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Scandal-hit Bristol Children's Hospital told grieving mum...
Vicky Wilton approached a professor at Bristol Children's Hospital about the records for 16-day-old Mia-Leigh Snelson, who had died after a heart operation A grieving mum whose baby girl died in a scandal-hit hospital says she was A denied the medical notes.