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- Serious collision A38 TrerulefootPolice were called at 8.07pm on Monday 25 March following reports of a two vehicle collision on the A38 near Trerulefoot, by the junction for Catchfrench. The collision involved a Renault Kangoo and an Isuzu Rodeo. The driver of the Renault, a man in his 30’s from Saltash, sustained serious injuries and was taken to […]
- Buckfastleigh ExplosionEnquires remain ongoing to establish the cause of a gas explosion in Bucksfastleigh. Emergency services were called at 7.50am on Saturday 23 March to a property in Barn Park, following reports of a gas explosion. One female in her 70s sustained burns and was taken to hospital. She remains in hospital in Bristol at this […]
- Caravans and trailersCaravan and trailer owners thinking of an Easter trip are being urged to help avoid incidents on Devon and Cornwall’s road network with some simple safety checks. Highways England and Devon & Cornwall Police say drivers need to check their trailers and caravans thoroughly before going on the roads, especially if they have not been […]
- Nine charged following major policing operationPolice have charged nine people with drug offences following a major operation in South Devon and Merseyside yesterday (21 March). The investigation centres on the supply of Class-A drugs from Liverpool to Torquay between 1 November 2017 and 21 March 2019. In co-ordinated activity in Liverpool and South Devon, led on by Devon and Cornwall […]
- Driver sought after hit-and-run collision, PenzancePolice are seeking witnesses to a hit-and-run collision in Penzance which left a cyclist injured. The 50-year-old man was riding his bike at Longrock Bypass when he was stuck from behind by a car. The man, from Penzance, was knocked off his bike and was treated at Treliske Hospital for a back injury. The car […]
- Man charged with non-recent sexual offencesA 70-year-old man from Barnstaple has today [20 March] been charged with non-recent sexual assaults on three women. Brian Greenslade, of Marwood, is charged with an indecent assault on a woman in Exeter between January 1994 and December 1995. He is also charged with an indecent assault on a woman in Barnstaple during the same […]
- Police and pubs in Plymouth are now #SpikeAwareFor the first time in the UK, police and pubs are working together to trial an innovative new approach to tackle the growing issue of drink spiking in bars and pubs. The pilot will be run in association with Best Bar None and local bars in Plymouth, and will see bars supplied with drink testing […]
- Attempted Robbery, ExmouthPolice are appealing for witnesses following an attempted robbery in Exmouth. The incident took place at around 7:15pm on Saturday 16 March when man has entered Rivermead Stores, Rivermead Avenue, Exmouth. The suspect approached staff and demanded tobacco and cash whilst brandishing a knife in each hand. Staff were able to secure themselves in a […]
- Robbery, Blandford Road PlymouthPolice are appealing for witnesses following a robbery in Plymouth. The incident took place at around 8pm on Sunday 17th March, the victim was assaulted and was then robbed. The suspect stole a bracelet, and IPhone XS and the victim’s body-warmer jacket before fleeing the area. The victim, a 19-year-old local man sustained cuts and […]
- Sudden death, TorquayPolice enquiries continue into the circumstances surrounding the death of a man overnight in Torquay. Police were called at around 9:35pm on Sunday 17 March following the concerns for the welfare of a resident on a property on Morgan Avenue, Torquay. Ambulance, Fire and the Police attended and located a man in his 40’s outside […]
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- Tour of Britain 2020 cycle race to start in CornwallThe 105-mile stage of the cycle race will feature 120 riders pedalling between Penzance and Bodmin.
- Cocaine smuggling: Five guilty over £112m UK trafficking bidThey had used a yacht to pick up 1.4 tonnes of the drug off the coast of South America.
- Pirates' Freeman among three Quins capturesHarlequins agree to sign Worcester's Simon Kerrod, Exeter's Tom Lawday and Cornish Pirates' Toby Freeman at the end of the season.
- Pollution on a plate served up by Cornwall’s litter heroesShoppers in Truro have been invited to sit down for a meal of plastic litter as part of a campaign to highlight marine pollution. The dishes included spaghetti made of old rope and plastic bottle tops, a fry-up breakfast of plastic bags, Smarties box lids and cigarette lighter casings and sushi created from Lego, elastic […]
- Highways on the agenda at Falmouth and Penryn Community Network Panel meetingResidents of the Falmouth and Penryn Community Network Panel area are invited to attend a meeting of the Falmouth and Penryn Community Network Panel tomorrow. The meeting takes place on Tuesday 26 March 2019, between 7pm and 9pm, at Temperance Hall in Lower Market St, Penryn. Andy James, Head of Highways and Environment at Cormac, […]
- Council welcomes £98,000 cash boost for litter cleaningCornwall Council and partners will get a last-minute litter-cleaning boost after a £98,400 Government cash injection. The one-off funding announced by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government will be spent on community-led high street and town centre cleansing, including funding for relevant training, events and the purchase of litter picking equipment. It comes […]
- Cornwall to host the first stage of the UK’s largest cycle race, The Tour of Britain, in 2020Cornwall is set to receive a boost to the economy next year when it hosts the first stage of the 2020 Tour of Britain, with riders travelling 170km through the Cornish countryside, starting at Penzance and ending in Bodmin. The stage’s provisional route (subject to final approval) will also visit St Just, St Ives, Hayle, […]
- Spring is in the air as Council transforms 30 green spaces in CornwallCommunities in Cornwall are benefiting from 40 hectares of improved green spaces created under a pioneering scheme to bring nature-rich habitats to urban areas. As spring has officially started this week, Cornwall Council is nearing completion of its Green Infrastructure for Growth - Making Space for Nature programme. The three-year scheme has brought 30 wildlife […]
- South East Cornwall set to benefit from transport funding boostResidents in South East Cornwall are set to benefit from a successful bid to the government’s Transforming Cities Fund to improve transport links, with a particular emphasis on sustainable transport. Cornwall Council joined forces with Plymouth City Council and Saltash Town Council to support and develop a bid for funding to improve the wider Plymouth […]
- Housing and health among key topics due for discussion at Cabinet meetingInvestment in housing, the creation of new cycle paths, and investment in schools are just some of the plans up for discussion when Cornwall Council’s cabinet committee meets next week. One of the major issues to be discussed will be new additions to the council’s Capital Programme of investments. The projects include the creation of […]
- A new app for dads in Cornwall is being launchedTaking your newborn baby home is an exciting and emotional time but, for some new parents, it can also be overwhelming and leave them uncertain on what to do. Help is now at hand for new dads in Cornwall, though, thanks to the launch of a new mobile app version of the DadPad. Working closely […]
- Providers invited to help transform adult care and support services in CornwallCare and support providers, community and voluntary sector organisations from across the country are being invited to transform adult social care services with Cornwall Council and NHS Kernow. With the need to make the changes in adult social care to bring services closer to the communities they serve, organisations are invited to a market positioning […]
- Cornwall Virtual School picks up a national awardThe Virtual School from Cornwall Council has been recognised nationally for supporting for some of Cornwall’s most vulnerable pupils to Secondary School Achievement at the first ever National Creative Learning Awards. The awards are organised by The Creative Learning Guild a charity that supports the grassroots creative learning movement across the UK. The Virtual School […]
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- Latest Brexit CompromiseThe governments latest agreement to leave the EU is technically a brexit but is worse than staying in the EU. So how can we support it? As we have not been able to negotiate decent terms to leave the EU. THE GOVERNMENT MUST DECLARE THAT IN THE INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY WE DO NOT LEAVE […]
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- Brexit Cabinet Paper is a weak compromiseThe time is coming for The Government to admit it is unable to sort Brexit out. It has cost us money and time and they are no further forward. They are getting stuck into a black hole. We can only now give it back to the voter to decide. Leave without a deal or stay […]
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