Friday Mar 14
Why did the 64-year-old whose naked body washed up on a Cornish beach ...
Missing Malaysian jet had enough fuel to fly to Pakistan: Foul play suspected as radar data shows MH370 flew towards India after locators were turned OFF - and could have flown for hours more 'He didn't deserve to die that like': Grief-stricken mother wants apology from father who shot dead her 17-year-old son after finding him in bed with his ... (more)
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Wed Mar 12, 2014
Home evacuated outside Truro as LPG tanker brings down power cables in crash
A home was evacuated this morning at Zelah after a lorry carrying liquid petroleum gas brought down an 11,000 volt cable in a crash.
Cornwall golf round-up March 12
A BRILLIANT three under par back nine that included five birdies saw Bowood Park golf manager Josh Greenaway to his fourth successive Winter Golf Series Order of Merit title under cloudless skies at Trevose on Sunday.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
Redruth man in court accused of attempted murder of 16-year-old
A Penryn woman has been sentenced to two years in prison, suspended for two years, after using power of attorney to defraud her aunt of almost A 100,000.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
West Briton published Local residents left stranded after bus services axed for a...
Fal River Buses took over the 326, 327, 329 and 330 bus services in December after the First Group had stopped running them.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Penryn mother Catherine Aitkenhead defrauded her elderly aunt of 95,000
A PENRYN mother defrauded her elderly aunt of A 95,000 and used the money to pay for family expenses, Truro Crown Court heard on Thursday.
Injured seafarers enjoy taste of home thanks to Thai restaurant delivery
Two seafarers injured as a result of the recent severe storms are being cared for by volunteers from Falmouth's Mission to Seafarers and Apostleship of the Sea.
Pilchards narrowly lose to leaders
PERRANPORTH gave runaway leaders Mousehole a real run for their money at Trungle Parc on Saturday before succumbing to a late Wade Brown goal.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Have your say on transport in Harpenden
TWO bus services introduced when passengers were left abandoned after the First Group slashed timetables and routes, are themselves being shelved because the use of the concessionary fares have made them unviable.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
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Police were called to the beach at approximately 2pm where the body was found a few yards away from the front of the Watering Hole pub.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Inquest into death of woman after car rolled into River Fal at King Harry Ferry
An elderly motorist watched his wife drown after he failed to put his handbrake on properly and their car rolled into a freezing River Fal, an inquest heard today David Pewter, 76, was waiting for a ferry with wife Ann, 74, and their two beloved pet dogs when he climbed out to take photos.
Sat Feb 15, 2014
Twickenham pasty hero Graham Hill is now behind the bar
A FORMER local rugby player who stumped the authorities to hang a 4ft 'pasty' over the crossbars at Twickenham is tackling a different challenge by taking charge of a pub.