Bodmin, England Newswire

Bodmin, England Newswire

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  1. Unsolved murder: Detectives have significant new DNA evidence 20 years onRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Falmouth Packet

    Detectives investigating the murder of Cornish mum Linda 'Lyn' Bryant say they have significant new DNA evidence as a major 20th anniversary public appeal is launched. Lyn, 40, was killed on Tuesday, October 20 in 1998, as she walked the family dog in quiet country lanes near her home in Ruan High Lanes on The Roseland.

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  2. Two HGVs have crashed on A38 near Bodmin Parkway - latest updatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 11 | Plymouth Evening Herald

    The website's 15:54 update reports that road is just passable and police are directing traffic around the crash scene. The update reads: "A38 just passable, very slow traffic due to accident, two lorries involved near Bodmin Parkway Train Station.

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  3. Geodesic dome tents could be the coolest place to stay in CornwallRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 10 | Cornish Guardian

    Futuristic geodesic dome tents could be built near Bodmin in a bid to boost eco- tourism in the area and give city-dwelling holidaymakers a proper break. The brainchild of Harry Gobat and his partner, the environmentally-friendly domes would each be six metres in diametre and 3.65m high, built on raised timber decking.

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  4. Parking charges could jump five times higher under plans for new systemRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 10 | Falmouth Packet

    CAR parking charges in Cornwall Council car parks could jump five times higher in some places under plans to introduce a new system. The authority is carrying out a comprehensive review of parking charges across all of its 133 pay and display car parks with an aim of having a more simplified charging structure.

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  5. NETBALL: Comeytrowe extend winning start while Vivary hold firmRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 4 | This is The West Country

    VIVARY played newly-promoted Bodmin in what turned out to be a very tightly-contested match for the full 60 minutes. A nerve-wracking fourth quarter saw the teams going goal for goal with basic errors creeping in under the pressure.

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  6. New urgent treatment centres announced for CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 4 | Falmouth Packet

    HEALTH chiefs have announced plans to open three urgent treatment centres across Cornwall to improve emergency medical care in the county. NHS Kernow says the centres will be based at West Cornwall Hospital in Penzance, Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro and Bodmin Hospital.

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  7. Five things you may have missed from the weekend's football actionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 26 | Falmouth Packet

    Torpoint Athletic put nine goals past Newton Abbot Spurs in their Walter C Parson Cup first-round tie on Saturday Tavistock 's 7-1 thrashing of Bodmin Town in the SWPL Premier was among the big moments on the latest weekend of the local football season. But who scored nine on their way to cup victory, who suffered an unexpected abandonment, and which goalie swapped gloves for goals? This weekend marked the start of the superbly-titled Walter C Parson Funeral Directors League Cup, and with it providing the chance to forget about the league campaign for a week or so.

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  8. What is the truth behind big cat sightings in Cornwall?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 24 | Falmouth Packet

    THE question of whether there is a big and mysterious beast roaming wild around the Moors of Devon and Cornwall is one that captures the imagination. Many people remain convinced that the so-called 'Beast of Bodmin', actually exists, with the beast described as a phantom wild cat, possibly with two sharp prominent teeth, like those found on a leopard.

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  9. Revealed - the cost of cremation in CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 24 | Falmouth Packet

    NEW figures show that the cost of a basic cremation in Cornwall are among the highest in the UK and vary across the county. The cost of a basic cremation in Bodmin is now 999, which places it as the 16th highest in the country.

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  10. Truro and Penwith College is developing the Steve Jobs of the futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | Cornish Guardian

    As the sector continues to thrive in the Duchy, home grown talent is where the future lies for the industry. Colleges and universities are working in hand in hand with local companies so courses are not only relevant but boost learners' chances of finding employment anywhere - and especially here in Cornwall.

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  11. Chance to hand-in knives in police amnestyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2018 | Falmouth Packet

    Devon and Cornwall Police is holding an amnesty from Tuesday, September 18, until Friday, September 21. Some police front offices will also be open on Saturday, September 22. Knives of any description can be disposed of including illegal "zombie" knives and swords, kitchen knives, illegal lock knives, unwanted collectibles, replicas and ceremonial items. The police force is supporting a national week of action instigated as part of the ongoing Home Office Operation Sceptre, which has the national aims of combating knife crime and raising awareness about it.

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  12. Pub landlord prosecuted for refusing to divulge from where he bought crab meatRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2018 | Falmouth Packet

    Refusing to reveal where crab meat had come from has landed the landlord of a seaside pub with a bill of more than 3,500. Lee Young, 58, of the Ship Inn, Mevagissey, received an 800 fine and was ordered to pay council costs of 2,731 after he pleaded guilty to obstruction and failing to ensure adequate labelling to facilitate traceability at Bodmin Magistrates Court on September 6. During the hearing, magistrates heard that during a routine food inspection in June this year, food officers from Cornwall Council discovered unlabelled frozen and chilled cooked white crab meat which had come from an unknown source.

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  13. Traffic police go back to school for road safety education in CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2018 | Falmouth Packet

    Highways England On Road Team Manager Ian Findler, centre, pictured with Sgt Tina Green and Insp Pete Thomas of Devon and Cornwall Police at Bodmin at the start of the traffic officer trial It will be back to school for Highways England traffic officers next week as they visit pupils living alongside the A30 in Cornwall to hand out a few road safety lessons. Traffic officers have been patrolling the busy holiday route as part of a trial this year, and now they're extending their patrols to visit three primary schools.

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  14. Fish shop owner takes first plunge into novel writingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 8, 2018 | Leigh Journal

    It is set at the scene of the Cornwall moor in Bodmin, which has been surrounded by the myth of a wild cat living there for decades. Mark, 41, who owns Amazon Aquatics on Welch Hill Street, in Leigh, said: "I have always been interested in the world of fiction.

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  15. Man and woman charged with murder of child in CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 6, 2018 | Falmouth Packet

    A woman and her ex-partner have been charged with the murder of a 22-month-old girl in Liskeard. The woman, aged 26, and a man, aged, 31, have been charged with the murder of the child last October.

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  16. Mother, and her ex-partner from Watford, charged with murder of toddlerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 6, 2018 | Watford Observer

    A man from Watford and his ex-partner have been charged with the murder of a one-year-old girl. Thomas Curd, 31, of Forest Road, Watford, and Abigail Leatherland, 26, of Castle Lane, Liskeard, in Cornwall, have been accused of the murder of a 22-month-old girl.

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  17. Angry note left on ambulance while paramedics respond to emergencyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2018 | Yahoo!

    ... need to be patient as we try to save someone's life." In April paramedics were attending to a patient in Bodmin, England, who had suffered an allergic reaction and would've choked to death had paramedics not arrived in time. First responders ...

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  18. Ever wondered where your recycling goes? - find out hereRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 16, 2018 | Falmouth Packet

    Every fortnight in Cornwall households take out their brightly-coloured recycling bags filled with rubbish which can be recycled and reused to be collected from the kerbside. Or you might load up your car after a clear-out and take your waste to your local household waste recycling centre.

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  19. Police pursuit on A30 results in 20 mobile phones being seizedRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 13, 2018 | Falmouth Packet

    Police at Boardmasters have revealed that during the five-day festival, just 15 thefts were reported, compared to 60 during 2017; a reduction of 75 per cent. Superintendent Ian Drummond-Smith from Devon and Cornwall Police said: "Any festival of this size and scale attracts some criminality, however this year the number of thefts were exceptionally low.

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  20. Serious accident on A38 forces road closureRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2018 | Falmouth Packet

    Devon and Cornwall Police are currently at the scene and are advising drivers to use alternative routes, with a diversion available via the A390 and the B3269. The #A38 remains closed in both directions - between the #A390 near #Dobwalls and #A30 near #Bodmin due to a collision.

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