U-turn on Cornwall EU cash spending control welcomed
An announcement that Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly will retain the power to decide how European funding is spent in the region has been welcomed by Cornwall Council , some businesses and the Cornwall and Isles LEP.
Invasion of the con-men as potential scams reported all over Cornwall
The recent spell of sunny weather hasn't just been attracting holidaymakers to Cornwall.
The Cornwall Hotel in St Austell has gone on the market, with an asking price of 7.5million.
The hotel and spa, set in 43 acres of park and woodland, also has planning permission for 36 holiday lodges.
A deer has been rescued uninjured from a clay slurry pit near St Austell thanks to firefighters.
Crews from St Dennis, St Austell and Bodmin were called to Melbur Pit, an Imerys china clay pit , at Summercourt this morning at 10:30am.
Prince Charles makes 'medieval' land grabs as he tells Cornish residents tin mines are his
Duke of Cornwall tells locals in his Duchy that he has the rights to dig under their homes where famous tin mines once were Prince Charles has been accused of a "medieval land grab" after claiming the right to mine under homes in a coastal town.
Shaftesbury stop-off for prospective MP
A prospective Tory MP who is mid-way through a 259-mile charity walk from Cornwall to Westminster will stop-off in Shaftesbury on Thursday, June 26. Steve Double, Conservative candidate for St Austell and Newquay, who is completing the challenge with his wife, Anne, will be met by North Dorset MP Bob Walter on Gold Hill.
Should EU cash for Cornwall be controlled by central Government?
Fears that Cornwall will lose control over the spending of the next round of European funding has led to a campaign to 'Stand Up For Cornwall.
l-r Caroline Goddard, Kirsty MacLean, Tom, Keith and Simon Redfern, Debbie Victor
A young patient has celebrated his return to health by finishing a fundraising walk at the Royal Cornwall Hospital on the fifth anniversary of discovering he had testicular cancer.
South West Water fined over releasing one tonne of sewage per minute into river
South West Water has been ordered to pay A 153,600 in fines and costs for three offences at a sewage treatment works in Cornwall that led to poorly treated sewage being released into a river, after a case was brought by the Environment Agency.