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    • Found: Missing man from Newton Abbot
      Nigel Brackley, who had previously been reported missing from Newton Abbot has been located safe and well.
    • Unprovoked attack in Exmouth
      Detectives in Exmouth are investigating an incident of grievous bodily harm in Exmouth which happened in broad daylight at 12.30pm on Tuesday 13 August. The victim and his partner were driving from Dukes Crescent onto Prince of Wales Drive when they were crossed paths with three teenage boys. This group became abusive to the victim […]
    • Man assaulted with bottle, Truro
      Police are appealing for witnesses to a potential road rage incident in Truro. The incident was reported to have taken place at 7.30pm on Monday 12 August on the A390 at Threemilestone. The victim, a man in his 60s, was assaulted to the back of the head with a bottle, causing visible injury. He was […]
    • Spate of vehicle thefts, Penzance
      Officers in Penzance are urging residents to be vigilant following a recent spate of vehicle thefts in the area. Police are currently investigating four separate incidents of vehicle thefts which have happened over the last three months. The first incident happened on Lansdowne Place sometime between Saturday 15 June and Sunday 16 June. Keys were […]
    • Spot the signs of County Lines
      Devon and Cornwall Police has launched a campaign urging the public to spot the signs of County Lines and help protect vulnerable people from drugs gangs.   County Lines is the term used to describe urban gangs supplying drugs to suburban areas, as well as market and coastal towns, by using dedicated mobile phone lines. […]
    • Multi agency investigation into trading of endangered species
      On Tuesday 13 August officers from Devon and Cornwall Police, supported by partner agencies, searched a property in South Devon. Local officers searched a number of properties in Newton Abbot and Torquay under the Control of Endangered Species Regulation. Officers were supported by colleagues from the National Wildlife Crime Unit, Border Force and Devon, Somerset […]
    • Woman jailed for murder
      A 40-year-old woman has today, Wednesday 14 August, been sentenced for the murder an elderly man in Paignton. Faye Burford, of Midvale Road in Paignton, pleaded guilty to the murder of 74-year-old Peter Flux, who was killed on 23 February 2019. Following a Newton Hearing (where a judge sits without a jury, hearing evidence from […]
    • Victim spots attacker on news site 16 years after incident
      Another dangerous predator is off the streets and behind bars after his victim spotted his image in the media. Former scaffolder William Pope, aged 58, has appeared at Truro Crown Court and been sentenced to six and a half years in prison for a non-recent sexual assault. Prolific offender Pope, who is currently residing in […]
    • Channel 4’s Call the Cops features Devon and Cornwall Police
      ‘Call the Cops’ starts at 9pm on Monday 19 August.  Up to one thousand incidents per day, resources cut by 15 per cent in the last decade, one incident manager with overall command; this is policing in 2019. For the first time, this series goes inside the nerve centre of policing – the police communications […]
    • Robbery, Newton Abbot
      Following a police investigation into an assault on a woman in Buckland Estate in Newton Abbot on Saturday 10 August, three people have been charged. Katie Wills, aged 27, of Howards Way, Newton Abbot has been charged with assault causing actual bodily harm, robbery, possession of a Class B controlled drug and possessing a weapon […]

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    • Cornwall Council speaks up for its residents with a call out to the Prime Minister for more funding
      Cornwall Council has joined up with councils from across the country to call for a fairer funding commitment from the new Prime Minister. More than 30 leaders from the largest councils have signed an open letter to the Telegraph, urging the Prime Minister to follow up on his promise to ‘level up’ funding - with […]
    • Council introduces new technology to tackle those who wrongly park in residents only parking zones
      New technology is being introduced in Cornwall to help tackle the issue of cars without permits parking in resident only parking zones. We’re introducing camera cars to make best use of technology, give value for money and free up our civil enforcement officers so that we can use them in other areas where there are […]
    • Coast protection works at Long Rock completed
      A major project to improve the coastal resilience in Mounts Bay has been completed, with a 350 metre length of the coast at Long Rock now open for the general public. Over 12,500 tonnes of locally sourced rock has been used to protect the most vulnerable section of this coast from eroding and being breached […]
    • Cornwall says: ‘No more rubbish excuses!’
      This summer Cornwall is saying a polite but firm ‘no more rubbish excuses’ to the minority of people who litter in our beautiful Duchy and is inviting residents, tourists and visitors alike to help get the message across by going to Each year, Cornwall Council’s street cleaning contractor works round the clock to keep […]
    • Clean Air Day sparks a small green wave
      The number of car journeys at Berrycoombe Primary School in Bodmin dropped by 80% to mark Clean Air Day in June.  The figures from Sustrans, the Sustainable Transport charity, show that more than 58 families left the car at home and walked, cycled or scooted to school instead. Studies have shown that air pollution concentrates […]
    • Made in Cornwall launches a Summer Fair
      Some of Cornwall’s finest produce will be showcased at a special event on Lemon Quay in Truro this week.  The first ever Made in Cornwall Summer Fair will build on the success of the Easter and Christmas events and will feature some of Cornwall’s best produce from Wednesday 14 until Saturday 17 August. Over 40 […]
    • Local Heroes photography exhibition supports people in Cornwall to talk about mental health
      People in Cornwall are being encouraged to talk more about their feelings to support good mental health with the help of a photography exhibition that has just launched in Newquay, Cornwall. This is a joint project between photographer Jon Mackenzie and Cornwall Council, Wavelength and the male suicide prevention charity CALM, who want to use […]
    • Public urged to report illegal tobacco selling
      A new website has been launched which allows people to anonymously report the sale of illegal tobacco. The website has been launched by Trading Standards South West and is intended to encourage public reporting of concerns and suspicions about illegal tobacco sales across the whole of the South West region.   As well as offering people […]
    • Whipsiderry Beach closed for safety
      The main access to Whipsiderry Beach in Newquay remains closed after concerns of possible rock falls in the area. Cormac’s Geo Environmental Engineer is currently inspecting the cliff face. We are advising residents to stay away from the area for their own safety until further notice. We are reviewing access to Whipsiderry from adjoining beaches […]
    • Using technology to help independent learning
      Better use of existing technology in schools could help children who have difficulties with reading and writing make progress and work more independently.   Alison Greenwood from Cornwall Council Educational Psychology Service says: “Tablet computers have opened up a world of possibilities for people with literacy difficulties.” Since the Equalities Act was amended in 2012 schools have […]
    • Government Brexit policy wrong again
      The government our playing games with peoples lives. They will not admit they have failed sorting brexit out They are out of touch with the real world. Brexit has been dragging on. The economy is stuck and is drifting down. Companies are going bust, There is no clear policy coming from the government. The government […]
    • Latest Brexit Compromise
      The 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 […]
    • Government have got immigration wrong
      We need workers for Care Homes, Hostels, Restaurants, Hotels English people are reluctant to work in these sectors The governments plan is to ensure there are no immigrants for these sectors. Once they do that these companies will have to reduce their services or close. No Hope for us Tags: immigration
    • MPs still don't have the answers to Brexit
      Let the people have a second referendum. The questions to ask is "Stay In or Out" (Maybe using the same terms as a Norway or Canadian solution) We have got fed up of years of weak discussions and uncertainties that are creating a poor economy. The government is also not focusing on the real problems […]
    • Brexit Cabinet Paper is a weak compromise
      The 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 […]
    • Why Focus on Africa and not Europe
      Our trade with Europe is hundreds of Billions. Why is The Government having a trade mission to Africa. Our trade with them is less than 10 Billion. Why are we pushing a Cabinet Brexit document to the EU that does not improve our chances of promoting trade to America. Why is the government focusing on […]
    • Brexit is still a mess. ANOTHER REFERENDUM PLEASE
      The EU and Government cant get it together. The people need to act again. They now have better information. We are all beginning to realize we voted for something that cant work. Nobody can make their minds up. Its costing the country millions in loss trade research and development. The government are in turmoil The […]
    • Does online social Media such as Facebook need controlling
      It is time we all realized we are wasting our time and life using social media. Some people do not have the understanding of it and what it is doing to them. Children should be banned from using it until at least aged 18. Most children cant handle it and are getting abused using it. […]
    • People’s Vote campaign
      PRESS RELEASE Home News Launch of the new national People’s Vote campaign Post published: April 15, 2018 After the biggest ever Day of Action by anti-Brexit campaigners on Saturday, with over 300 events across the country, today [Sunday] sees the national launch of the campaign for a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal. […]
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