Cornwall and Isles of Scilly County, England Newswire

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  1. Police appeal after man is assaulted and robbed in RedruthRead the original story w/Photo

    54 min ago | Falmouth Packet

    Detectives from Camborne are appealing for information after a man was assaulted and robbed by a large group of men in Redruth in the early hours of Saturday, August 12. The incident happened between 3am and 3.30am in the lane leading to the Zone nightclub, and saw a 21-year-old man assaulted and his gold necklace, worth around A 1,000, stolen. The victim had a bottle thrown at his car and was then assaulted when he got out of his vehicle.

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  2. Watch: Sightings of suspected UFO caught on film across CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Cornish Guardian

    People have been taking to social media with startling footage of what looks suspiciously like a UFO over various spots in Cornwall. Over the last couple of days the strange, shimmering black object has been spotted over Truro city centre, Carluddon clay tip, Fistral beach in Newquay, over the A30, above Roche Rock and by a surfer above the sea off the Cornish coast.

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  3. Walk, run, ride for charityRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Pressat

    Penhaligon's Friends was chosen by Coastline staff as the company's charity of the year due to the excellent help they gave to the family of a colleag Staff at Coastline Housing in Cornwall teamed up with friends, family, ponies and dogs to take part in a walk, run, ride event that raised A 870 for Penhaligon's Friends. Colleagues, friends and family gathered to travel along the mineral tramway from Scorrier to Portreath on foot, bikes, scooters and even ponies.

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  4. Regeneration in RedruthRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Pressat

    Pengover Parc, near Strawberry Lane, was previously used for mining activities and was also the home of a former bacon factory in years gone by. A brownfield site in the centre of Redruth, Cornwall, is now home to ten new flats for local people in housing need.

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  5. We take a look at some of the biggest schemes proposed for the two townsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Cornish Guardian

    With so many large-scale planning applications being submitted for Falmouth and Penryn over the last few years it can be difficult to keep track of exactly what is and isn't being built. And with further developments planned, and with many developers coming back time and time again and going to appeal over their plans, Cornwall Live has highlighted how the town might be transformed if these plans come to fruition.

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  6. Exmouth Town boss: "Deserved point at Callington"Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Exmouth Journal

    Exmouth Town were excellent value for the point they returned from a Tuesday night visit to Callington with, after they drew 1-1 with the Cornish side. Town were not all 'present and correct' at the venue until around 7pm owing to travel difficulties to make an evening 7.30pm kick-off in East Cornwall.

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  7. Serial thief Michael Sean Watkins barred from entering supermarkets and shopsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Cornish Guardian

    A serial nuisance has been slapped with an order banning him from entering a number of supermarkets in the Camborne and Redruth area as well as a Pets at Home store. Michael Sean Watkins was recently issued a two year Criminal Behaviour Order at Cornwall Magistrates' Court, an application made in partnership between Cornwall Council's Anti-social Behaviour team and Devon and Cornwall Police .

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  8. Cornwall set for record temperatures tomorrowRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Cornish Guardian

    Holidaymakers and parents and children trying to enjoy the school holidays can finally rejoice as parts of Cornwall will enjoy the hottest temperatures of the month tomorrow. The hottest any part of Cornwall has been this month is 20, but it has often been accompanied by rain.

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  9. Appeal as driver leaves trail of destruction hitting lampposts, cars and buildingsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Cornish Guardian

    Police in Camborne have launched an urgent appeal to trace the actions of a motorist who left in his wake a trail of destruction causing damage to parked cars, buildings and lampposts last night. Through the village of Piece, East Hill in Tuckingmill, Cornwall College, Dudnance Lane Pool, Ford an Bal estate Heartlands, towards the A30 at Tolvaddon and to an access road to the rear of Lamorna Vets on East Hill.

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  10. George Eustice clings on in Camborne Redruth in Cornwall General Election Conservative clean sweepRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Cornish Guardian

    The result was on a knife edge in Camborne and Redruth but in the end, Conservative George Eustice was returned for a third term although with a substantially reduced majority. The ballot boxes for the constituency started to arrive at the count within minutes of the polls closing at 10pm and the Camborne Redruth constituency was the first to declare in Cornwall.

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  11. No longer an also-ran, British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn hits campaign trailRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Indian Express

    British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn is back on the campaign trail just weeks after losing an election, betting that Prime Minister Theresa May's minority government will soon collapse. Long written off by opponents and many members of his Labour Party as an old-fashioned socialist incapable of winning power, Corbyn has been galvanized by the June election, in which Labour made gains and May's Conservatives lost their majority.

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  12. FA Vase winner Tom Smith teams up with former boss Steve Massey after signing for HelstonRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Falmouth Packet

    FA Vase winning captain Tom Smith has reunited with his former Truro City boss Steve Massey after signing for Helston Athletic this week, writes Matt Dixon. The 33 year old, who lifted the trophy at Wembley in 2007, has been coaxed back into action and made his debut for the Blues at Plymouth Argyle on Saturday.

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  13. The front page of the Yorkshire Evening Press from August 23, 1967Read the original story

    8 hrs ago | York Press

    The North Shore at Bridlington was the scene of a thrilling drama in which a Hull girl dashed to the rescue of her fiance, who had got into difficulties while bathing. Coast guards from a nearby station on the cliff above, scrambled down the cliffs, which were nearly 100 feet high at that point, with a lifebelt, and raced towards the sea.

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  14. Go loco for locomotives at behind the scenes day on the Watercress LineRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Daily Echo

    The tours at the Ropley workshops will give an insight into what it takes to restore and maintain steam locomotives, including the Watercress Line's lottery funded flagship Canadian Pacific. As part of the Heritage Open days - England's largest festival of history and culture which brings together 2,500 organisations, 5,000 events and 40,000 volunteers - the event at Watercress Line will let locals in on the secrets of the famous engines.

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  15. Discover rare sea species at Marvellous Manacles Marine DayRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Falmouth Packet

    The cuckoo wrasse and pink searfern are examples of the rare species in the water off the Manacles. Photo by Tom Daguerre A day of rockpooling, diving and marine discovery is taking place at Porthkerris near St Keverne on Thursday to celebrate the area's Marine Conservation Zone.

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  16. School uniform pervert jailed for seven years for abusing girlsRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | IcNorthWales

    The abuse by David Flavell, who had been living in Llandudno but comes from Cornwall, left the mother of one victim feeling 'sick to the stomach' A man said to have a fetish for girls in school uniform has been jailed for seven years after a court heard he indecently assaulted two children. Mold Crown Court heard David Flavell, who had been living in Llandudno but who comes from St Austell in Cornwall, took indecent photographs of the two girls and distributed them on the internet.

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  17. Cornwall youngsters reach national final for second year in a rowRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Falmouth Packet

    Cornwall are through to a National Final for the second successive year after pulling off a tremendous win at Fakenham on Sunday. The North Norfolk town might be more well known for its National Hunt racing but it was Cornwall that got up by a short head at Field Lawn, having had plenty to do a furlong out.

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  18. South West Peninsula League round-up: Torridgeside climb up to second after win over Axminster TownRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | North Devon Gazette

    Torridgeside followed up an impressive derby victory with another impressive win in the Carlsberg South West Peninsula League on Saturday. T-Side sent Axminster Town back to East Devon after handing them a 3-0 defeat in Division One East.

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  19. Knife-wielding homeless man Gareth White attempted to... 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cornish Guardian

    A homeless man with a Union Jack tattoo across his cheek asked passers-by about the value of items inside before attempting to break into a St Austell business. Gareth White, 38, previously of Horse Whim Drive in St Austell, appeared at Truro Crown Court via video link from Exeter prison to be sentenced after previously pleading guilty to two counts of possession of a knife or bladed article in public and attempted burglary.

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  20. Could you tell if these were real or fake in just one second?Read the original story

    Yesterday | Falmouth Packet

    Real or fake? That is the split-section decision police are faced with when confronted with firearms such as these seized on Saturday near Helston. The haul was made by a specialist police firearms team in the Carleen Bridge area after carrying out a warrant.

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