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    • VIDEO: Dangerous driving, Cornwall
      Devon and Cornwall Police has released dashcam footage of a police chase in Cornwall which shows a disqualified and uninsured drug driver reaching speeds of 122mph and swerving across a busy road. The car, a blue Honda Civic driven by 23-year-old Charlie Powell, lead police on a 15-mile pursuit on the A30 between Carland Cross […]
    • Serious collision - A3022, New Road, Brixham
      At approximately 11.15am Monday 18 January 2021, emergency services were notified of a single vehicle road traffic collision involving a Harley Davidson motorcycle on New Road, Brixham. South West Ambulance Services and Devon and Cornwall Police attended the incident. An 18-year-old man was taken to Derriford Hospital, Plymouth with serious injuries. New Road was closed […]
    • Serious collision - Exeter Road, Dawlish
      At approximately 08:42 hours on Monday 18th January 2021, emergency services were notified of a two vehicle road traffic collision involving an Audi Q5 and a Honda CBF on Exeter Road, Dawlish.   South West Ambulance Services and Devon and Cornwall Police attended the incident. A 50 year old male was taken to the Royal […]
    • Update: Murder investigation, Callington
      Police have charged a second man with the murder of Callum Hill, 22, from Plymouth. Callum was found seriously injured at Kit Hill, near Callington, East Cornwall, on Saturday 26 March and died two days later from his injuries. Andrew Hatrey, 38, from Callington, was charged with Callum’s murder at a court hearing at Truro […]
    • Cornwall welcomes Government G7 leaders conference announcement
      Organisations across Cornwall have welcomed the news that the Duchy is to host the international G7 leaders’ summit in June and pledge an event that will leave a lasting social and economic legacy to benefit all of Cornwall’s residents.  The major three-day international event will see leaders from the UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan […]
    • Ram-raid burglar jailed, Cornwall and North Devon
      A crime gang member from Liverpool who ram-raided a Cornwall village shop in a botched bid to steal its cashpoint has been jailed for four years. Anthony Cahill, 35, was one of a quartet of masked crooks who went on an early-hours stealing spree before the smash-and-grab on the Co-Op in Kilkhampton. The group swiped […]
    • Spirit of the guidance, not just the letter of the law
      Devon and Cornwall Police is asking communities to act within the spirit of latest national COVID-19 regulations, not just to the letter of the law. During the first week of current national lockdown restrictions (4 – 10 January), the force received 921 COVID-19 related calls, almost half of these came from the Cornwall area. There […]
    • Alleged aggravated burglary, St Austell
      Police are appealing for witnesses following an alleged burglary and assault in St Austell in the early hours of Tuesday 5 January. Officers were called to an address in Trevithick Road at around 2.45am. The occupant of the property, a man aged in his 60s, sustained serious facial injuries.  A 33-year-old man from St Austell […]
    • Devon & Cornwall Police launch domestic abuse awareness campaign
      Devon & Cornwall Police is today launching a campaign to raise awareness around domestic abuse and the emotional and psychological impact of controlling and coercive behaviour. The campaign also aims to reassure people that they will still have access to vital police and support services despite restrictions related to COVID 19. Victims can also often […]
    • Dangerous driving sentencing, Exeter
      A farm worker has been convicted of causing serious injury by dangerous driving after failing to secure a load of straw bales which fell on to a cyclist causing him brain damage he’ll never recover from. Matthew Shapcott, 39, from Silverton, was convicted yesterday, Tuesday 12 January, after entering a guilty plea at Exeter Crown […]

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    • Low-carbon projects in Cornwall get funding from new scheme
      A total of 14 projects aiming to boost greener living around Cornwall have been given funding from a new Cornwall Council scheme.  Back in the summer the Council launched the Community Infrastructure Levy Fund, with the aim of handing out grants to projects that supported low-carbon infrastructure.  Now, after a vigorous and competitive application and selection process, the […]
    • Applications opened for Cornwall’s Additional Restrictions Grant scheme
      Cornwall Council has launched the application process for the Additional Restrictions Grant (ARG) scheme, aimed at businesses which have been forced to close or limit trading during the current coronavirus lockdown.    Cornwall has been allocated £11.5m by the Government for the scheme, designed to support businesses who are not eligible for other forms of financial support and have fixed ongoing costs […]
    • G7 summit, councillor allowances and A39 Camelford bypass discussed at Cornwall Council
      News of the forthcoming G7 summit in Cornwall, future councillors’ allowances, and funding for the planned A39 Camelford Bypass were all discussed when Cornwall Council met for the first time in 2021. Addressing the virtual meeting, Cllr Julian German, leader of the council, expressed his delight at news of the planned visit by world leaders […]
    • New grant programme launched by Headstart Kernow and Cornwall Community Foundation to support young people’s mental wellbeing
      Young people in Cornwall will be able to access grants to support mental wellbeing thanks to a new grant programme launched by Headstart Kernow, the partnership programme run by Cornwall Council and funded by The National Lottery Community Fund. Headstart Kernow are working in partnership with the Cornwall Community Foundation (CCF), the Cornish community grants […]
    • You can still access Cornwall’s libraries without leaving your home
      Thousands of people have discovered Cornwall Council’s online library service over the last year. Since the first lockdown began in March, approximately 4,000 people across the county have joined their local library. Cornwall Library membership allows free access to a huge selection of e-books, e-audio books, online newspapers and magazines, and much more. When the […]
    • Cornwall Council and Cornish Pirates team up for 'stay safe, stay a home' lockdown message
      Cornwall Council and the Cornish Pirates have teamed up to send an important message to residents urging them to ‘stay safe, stay at home’ during lockdown.  Pirates players Tom Duncan, Robin Wedlake and Jay Tyack all feature in a short video reminding people of all ages to follow the latest public health guidance so we […]
    • Parking charges suspended in all Council car parks during lockdown
      Cornwall Council will suspend parking charges in all of its car parks from Saturday (January 16 2021) until the end of the current national lockdown, as part of efforts to further limit the spread of coronavirus and to support residents.  The move will mean that some civil enforcement officers and back room staff, due to a reduced service, can be redeployed to support […]
    • Jet-skier ordered to pay £250 for speeding on river
      A jet-skier has been ordered to pay towards costs after he admitted speeding and riding without care and caution on Truro River. On July 10, 2020, Truro Harbour Masters Office received multiple complaints of jet-ski users acting recklessly. Harbour staff deployed two boats to investigate and located five jet-skiers on the Truro River. The group […]
    • Help protect nature in Cornwall and tell us what matters most to you
      Cornwall is pioneering a national effort to kickstart the recovery of wildlife and nature, and you can have your say on what is important to you.  Cornwall was chosen by government as one of only five areas to test the creation of a Nature Recovery Plan before it become a requirement of all areas nationally. Sitting alongside the Climate […]
    • Cornwall welcomes Government G7 leaders conference announcement
      Organisations across Cornwall have welcomed the news that the Duchy is to host the international G7 leaders’ summit in June and pledge an event that will leave a lasting social and economic legacy to benefit all of Cornwall’s residents.  The major three-day international event will see leaders from the UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan […]