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  1. Your ultimate guide to the Bank Holiday weekend in CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 26, 2016 | Cornish Guardian

    There is plenty to see and do this May Bank Holiday weekend in Cornwall so here's a list of things to add to your Bank Holiday bucket list. In between meeting the birds in the aviaries and at the free flying shows you can explore the grounds on your own dinosaur expedition at the Park in Hayle.


  2. Nurse struck off for slapping woman, 90Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2016 | Newsday

    Ms Musca had told the panel: "I've asked this lady if she needs my help. Suddenly she punched me in the face.


  3. Helston Athletic fined after admitting breach of behaviour rule At a...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2016 | Falmouth Packet

    Home News Sport Announcements Jobs Most popular UK news Send us your news Cars Traffic & travel Business Directory Property Dating Desktop site At a hearing in front of the Cornwall Football Association, Helston Athletic Football Club admitted to breaching FA Rule E20 that on the 1st March 2016 at a Senior Cup Semi-Final match against Bodmin Town , supporters of Helston Athletic Football Club failed to conduct themselves in an orderly fashion. After taking into account the immediate action that the club took against the most serious offender, and also the steps that they have introduced to minimise such incidents in the future, the Cornwall FA levied a fine of A 150 against the club, A 100 of which has been suspended for twelve months.


  4. Local health leader's public plea ahead of industrial action by junior doctorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 24, 2016 | Falmouth Packet

    Home News Sport Announcements Jobs Most popular UK news Send us your news Cars Traffic & travel Business Directory Property Dating Desktop site People in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly are being urged to use local healthcare services wisely and think about the best place for treatment and care with the two-day junior doctors' strike and Bank Holiday looming. As the industrial action and the long weekend fall within a few days of each other, both the local NHS - whose services are already under sustained high demand - and patients face a double challenge to be prepared.


  5. Doctors' strike to hit Royal Cornwall Hospital A&ERead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2016 | Cornish Guardian

    People in Cornwall are being urged to use local healthcare services wisely with the two-day junior doctors' strike looming. For the first time, the industrial action will include A&E departments like Royal Cornwall Hospital and Derriford Hospital.


  6. Bristol Old Vic original 1766 silver ticketRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2016 | This Is Bristol

    As new silver tickets are launched to celebrate the Bristol Old Vic 's 250th anniversary, we take a look at where the original tickets are now and the illustrious people who owned them. King Street's magnificent Bristol Old Vic was originally funded by a group of 50 citizens, each of whom, legend has it, invested A 50. In return they received a silver ticket which entitled them to a "sight" of any show in the theatre for the rest of their lives.


  7. Withy management at Twickenham meeting ahead of big dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2016 | Exmouth Journal

    Withycombe management duo Nigel Symons and Glenn Channing were up at Twickenham yesterday for a briefing ahead of the RFU Senior Vase final in just over two weeks' time. Withies will be playing West Leeds in the final, a day that can't come round soon enough for players and supporters of the Cornwall & Devon club.


  8. More Bodmin ponies need assistance, charity saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2016 | Horsetalk

    A charity which highlighted the plight of ponies living on part of England's Bodmin Moor says an intervention by authorities earlier this month has not been enough. People4ponies' spokeswoman Faye Stacey, writing in the organisation's blog, said some of the ponies had been helped in the one-day operation by authorities, but the efforts had failed others.


  9. 'Council have breached my privacy with listening devices because my children are noisy'Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2016 |

    A mum has been accused of having such noisy children authorities installed listening devices next door to record how loud they are. But she is considering legal action saying the listening device installed in a neighbouring flat is more suited to anti terror cops.


  10. Mother-of-three says council are using anti-terror laws to install ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2016 | Daily Mail

    Mother-of-three is furious that council has installed listening devices next door after neighbours complained over her noisy children A mother-of-three is furious after her council installed a listening device next door to record whether her children were too noisy. Hannah Roberts has been told the sound of Harley, 4, Brooklyn, 3, and Milly, 9, crying, shouting, playing and shutting doors needed to be monitored by Cornwall Council after a series of complaints.


  11. a Ten fun things to do in Cornwall this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2016 | Cornish Guardian

    Go on the hunt for vinyl, watch X Factor finalists, get hot and sweaty at Eden or practice your circus skills. Here's your weekend Cornish round-up.


  12. The Broughs of Bodmin Moor to be offered at upcoming Stafford auction ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2016 | Hemmings Auto Blogs

    The motorcycle world has been buzzing since the discovery of a barn full of vintage Brough motorcycles in Bodmin, Cornwall, England, dispelling the myth that the bikes were nothing more than an urban legend. Now, the entire collection of eight bikes will be available for bid on April 23 and 24 at the Bonhams Spring Stafford Sale at Sandylands Centre, Staffordshire County Showgrounds, Stafford, England.


  13. Record Store Day: The best places to buy vinyl in CornwallRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2016 | Cornish Guardian

    Stock up on your vinyl this Record Store Day at participating stores in Cornwall. With over 200 record shops taking part around the UK on Saturday, April 15, we've done a round-up of where you can get your hands on exclusive Cornish record releases and more.


  14. Don't lose out in the postcode planning lottery: here's how to beat the systemRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 18, 2016 | LandlordZONE News

    Even though around 90 per cent of applications are granted nationally, Just Planning, a specialist in low-cost householder appeals, estimates 20,000 households will be hit by unfair rejections this year and has discovered a north/south divide to planning rejections, with a higher proportion of "nos" coming from councils in the south of England. "Overworked planning officers who are confused between national and local planning policy tend to reject applications out-of-hand based on dated rules," says the self-styled planning guru Martin Gaine, boss of Just Planning.


  15. Prince Harry joins David Cameron at Tunisian beach terror attack...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2016 | Daily Mail

    Prince Harry joins David Cameron for a memorial service at Westminster Abbey remembering the 30 British victims of the Tunisian beach terror attack Prince Harry joined the loved ones of Britons killed in terror attacks in Tunisia today at a memorial service with David Cameron at Westminster Abbey. Harry laid a wreath at the Innocent Victims Memorial on behalf of the Queen as he joined survivors and families affected by the two atrocities in 2015.


  16. Danish Crown VP Flemming Enevoldsen exits amid UK disputeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2016 |

    Danish Crown has announced the departure of the executive in charge of the meat co-operative's operations in the UK, citing a "disagreement" over strategy. Flemming Enevoldsen, a group vice president at Danish Crown, has left the business after a difference in opinion over how the company can improve its performance in the UK, the group said.


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    Apr 12, 2016 | Western Gazette

    A Cornish centenarian steam locomotive played a starring role on all three days of Swanage Railway's Spring Steam Gala. And history was made when the first timetabled passenger train ran over four miles of newly restored line towards Wareham - for the first time in 44 years.


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    Apr 11, 2016 | Cornish Guardian

    Bodmin has became the first town in Cornwall to unveil a commemorative paving stone to mark the 100th anniversary of Private James Henry Finn being awarded the Victoria Cross for conspicuous bravery for action in World War I. Mr Finn was born in Truro but lived in Bodmin before going to Wales to work as a coal miner. He joined the army at the outbreak of the war.


  19. Injured footballer 'embarrassed by Wetherspoons staff who...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2016 |

    Goalkeeper Jason Robertson says he was asked to leave by pub staff after they spotted him struggling to climb the stairs in the pub An footballer recovering from a horrific knee injury claims he was embarrassed by pub staff who he says accused him of being too drunk to walk properly. Goalkeeper Jason Robertson was struggling to climb the stairs at his Wetherspoons in Helston, Cornwall when he was stopped by an employee and asked to leave.


  20. a It's been a harsh wintera : welfare charity responds to Bodmin pony crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2016 | Horse and Hound

    A charity involved in the monitoring of ponies on Bodmin Moor has responded to posts of dead and thin ponies circulating on social media recently. Blog site People4Ponies has been highlighting the issue on its web page along with photos of the ponies taken with a copy of a newspaper, dated 4 April, to show this is a current problem.