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  1. South West is top region at 2015 VisitEngland AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | This Is Exeter

    The South West again came away with more awards than any other region in this year's national VisitEngland awards. At a ceremony in Newcastle on Monday, May 11, the region's businesses scooped 19 out of the 77 awards, including three golds, four silvers and four bronzes.

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  2. FOOTBALL: Helston Hawks clinch Luke Cup after tense final with CuldroseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Falmouth Packet

    A HOTLY contested Luke Cup Final on Sunday saw Helston Hawks Under 16s eventually see off local rivals Culdrose 5-4 at Porthleven. In a thrilling game, Helston were forced to battle hard to lift the cup as their opponents put in a valiant fightback towards the end of the match.

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  3. Deposed Lib Dem MP Andrew George says poor, ill, young - and foxes - have 'much to fearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Falmouth Packet

    West Cornwall's recently deposed former MP Andrew George has vowed not to walk away from his old constituency as he speaks of his fears for Cornwall under Conservative rule. Mr George, who held the parliamentary seat for St Ives - covering a large swathe of Cornwall including Helston, Penzance and the Isles of Scilly - lost by 2,000 votes to Conservative Derek Thomas, during a bitterly fought election that Liberal Democrat support wiped out as the county was drowned in blue.

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    Tuesday May 12 | Western morning News

    The 12,184 tonne cable ship sits a kilometre off the Porthcressa Beach on the Isle of Scilly, as the cable is brought towards shore. This cable project that will deliver superfast broadband to the islanders.

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  5. Good turn out for Helston Flora Horse ShowRead the original story

    Tuesday May 12 | Falmouth Packet

    The Helston Flora Horse Show went off with a leap as crowds travelled to Nansloe from the local area and from further afield to witness the myriad of different horses and ponies taking part in the show. The equestrian event takes place every year just before Helston Flora Day.

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  6. Firefighters move into new station at TolvaddonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Falmouth Packet

    CPR Station Manager Mark Salter at the new station with firefighters from Blue Watch Camborne who will be among those to be based at the new building CPR Station Manager Mark Salter at the new station with firefighters from Blue Watch Camborne who will be among those to be based at the new building Firefighters in Camborne and Redruth will be shortly making the move to Tolvaddon after being given the keys to Cornwall's newest fire station. Many years in the planning and after a year-long build, the brand new custom built Camborne, Pool and Redruth Community Fire Station will open its doors later this month.

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  7. Devastating Scorrier lorry fire caught on cameraRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Cornish Guardian

    These dramatic pictures show the devastating lorry fire which nearly claimed the life of a driver in Scorrier last Friday. Firefighters from Redruth and Camborne were called to the fire in the car park of Smokey Joe's cafA at 5.30am.

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  8. Lyme Regis gig crews impress at World ChampionshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Midweek Herald

    Lyme Regis Gig Club sent their competitive rowing team to the recent Isles of Scilly Gig rowing World Championships where they delivered, by far, their best results ever from a field of over 150 boats. A weekend of racing got underway on the Friday evening with the longest of the races - one from St Agnes to St Mary's.

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  9. Pooches on parade at St Keverne School fundraiserRead the original story

    Tuesday May 12 | Falmouth Packet

    The playing field at St Keverne School was filled with very well groomed pooches on Sunday when the friends of the village school, FoSKS, held their annual Fun Dog Show . By the end of the day 12 class winners were named and a best in show champion crowned while an impressive A 850 was raised, which will go towards maintenance of the school's swimming pool and school trips for the children this summer.

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  10. West Sussex farmer Robert Worsley who gave up A 275m to save his...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Mail on Sunday

    Would you give up A 275m to save your village? West Sussex farmer has done something so selfless and noble he has become a hero for Middle England Actions almost recalls the New Testament scene where Jesus is taken to a high mountain and tempted by Satan with the kingdoms of the world Go on, admit it: if someone were to knock on your door right now and offer you 100 times the value of your home, no questions asked, you'd take it like a shot. You'd probably even take it - let's be honest - if, as a result of the deal, your neighbours' property values were trashed and their views and tranquillity were ruined.

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  11. Rotary supports ShelterBox's work in NepalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Tehachapi News

    Since the 7.9 magnitude earthquake that rocked Nepal on Saturday, April 25, the local Rotary connections in the country have been assisting ShelterBox with essential information and logistics. The ShelterBox operations team was first able to get a clear idea of the level of destruction when Ashish Chaulagain, who is a member of Rotary International's youth program Rotaract, got in touch to explain situation in the capital of Kathmandu.

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  12. George Eustice named as Defra MinisterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | ITV

    George Eustice has been named as the new Minister of State at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs . Mr Eustice was first elected as MP for Camborne and Redruth in 2010, winning by just 66 votes - one of the smallest majorities in the country - but increased his lead to more than 7,000 on Thursday.

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  13. Helston gymnastics club gets a make-overRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Falmouth Packet

    Back from LtoR - Jason Standing, who did a lot of the refurbishment work, and Gary Wheat, trustee of Swallows of Helston Gymnastics Club who sent in the nomination to the Well Built Community Fund. Front - members of the gymnastics club, from Freya, A Swallows of Helston Gymnastics Club has completed a renovation of its headquarters thanks to the A 1,000 worth of building materials they received as beneficiaries of RGB Building Supplies' Well Built Community Fund.

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  14. Penzance businessman dead days before family fraud sentencingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Falmouth Packet

    A Penzance businessman on trial for fraud totalling almost A 20 million killed himself days before the rest of his family was sentenced. Peter Benstead, 72, was on trial with his wife, son, and son in law, in relation to offences of fraudulent trading, false accounting, money laundering and theft, centred around the failure of Hayle based companies Crown Currency Exchange, Crown Holdings and Mayfair and Grant.

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  15. MEMORIES came flooding back for former Penryn rugby stars as a reunion was held on Friday afternoon.Read the original story

    Monday May 11 | Falmouth Packet

    Players from the successful team which won many accolades during the 1960s and early 1970s ventured to the Greenbank Hotel in Falmouth for the event. Around 40 old stars turned up to the venue where they were reminded of their past glories as displays were set up around the dining hall.

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  16. Three plus One adds up to an exhibition in PorthlevenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Falmouth Packet

    NEXT week Cornwall with burst to life with artists throwing open their doors for a week long arts festival. Part of the Open Studios event, sees three artist from Lizard Art plus one more from the Lizard peninsula come together at Porthleven's historic Lifeboat House in the aptly named Three Plus One exhibition.

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  17. No end of the road in sight for Streets singerRead the original story

    Monday May 11 | Henley Standard

    WHEN your work is also your favourite hobby there is no such thing as retirement. That's why singer, songwriter and musician Ralph McTell celebrated his 70th birthday on stage at the Theatre Royal in London's Drury Lane.

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  18. Isles of Scilly Steamship Group announces new appointmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Western morning News

    The Isles of Scilly Steamship Group has announced new appointments and changes to a number of key roles within its senior team. Captain James Struthers has been appointed as head of marine operations and Andy Daintree is set to take on the role of head of island businesses and freight services, based on the islands.

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  19. Toilet block in Camborne sells for 17,500Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Falmouth Packet

    The council had instructed Clive Emson, the regional land and property auctioneers, to place the Gurneys Lane loos in its latest auction and the block sold in just minutes. Graham Barton, auctioneer and regular on BBC1's Homes Under the Hammer, said: "Former public conveniences always gain interest, especially blocks of this size and location in a town centre.

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  20. Gloucestershire beaten 27-8 in opening County Championship fixtureRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Falmouth Packet

    CORNWAL got their County Championship campaign off to the best possible start scoring four tries at Dockham Road to record a bonus point win against Gloucestershire, writes Bill Hooper. The Black and Golds were forced into a late change as Redruth lock Damien Cook's ankle injury had not healed in time, with Camborne's Tony Whittle stepping up from the bench.

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