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    • Safer skies with Safer Drones
      Devon and Cornwall Police have announced further courses as part of their Safer Drones initiative. The Safer Drones course is run by members of the Alliance Drone Unit, the first fully operational drone unit in UK policing, and offers the public the chance to understand the rules and laws surrounding safe drone use.                                                                                            Andy Hamilton, […]
    • Fraud, Plymouth
      Police are investigating an incident which happened at a property on Coverdale Place in Manadon, Plymouth, after an elderly woman was victim to a scam. The incident happened on Monday 19 February 2018 at around 2pm. A woman in her 80s received a call from a man who said he was a police officer and […]
    • Former Exmouth teacher sentenced for sexual assault
       A former teacher has today [Thursday 22 February] been sentenced at Gloucester Crown Court to 32 months imprisonment, given a sexual harm prevention order and placed onto the sex offenders register. Geoffrey Perryman, aged 86, of Kings Meadow Court, Gloucestershire, was sentenced for sexual assaults on children over 50 years ago, whilst working at Exmouth Community College. […]
    • Serious collision, Truro
      A man has sustained life threatening injuries following a collision yesterday [Monday 19 February 2018] on A390 at the junction of the B3275 in Tresillian, Cornwall. The incident happened at approximately 11.15am. Police were notified of a serious road traffic collision involving a white car, a blue Skoda car and a grey Peugeot. As a result […]
    • Serious collision, Clyst St George
      A cyclist has been seriously injured following a collision at 5.45am this morning [Monday 19 February 2018]. Police received a report of a collision between a single vehicle and pedal cycle that occurred on the A376 between Clyst St George and Clyst St Mary near Exeter. The vehicle was a black Ford Galaxy MPV which […]
    • Body found, Fistral Beach
      Police were informed by the Coastguard at 3.10pm yesterday (Wednesday 21 February) that they had received reports of a body of a man seen on the rocks at Fistral Beach, Newquay. RNLI attended to recover the body. Formal identification has yet to have taken place and police are not currently treating this death as suspicious. […]
    • Serious collision, Newquay
      Police are appealing for witnesses following a collision on Friday 16 February. Police received reports of a collision involving a car and a cyclist at around 1.12pm on the A3075, between Tremper Bridge and Cubert cross. The cyclist, a 75-year-old local man, sustained serious injuries and was taken to Derriford hospital by air ambulance where […]
    • Assault in Bideford
      Police are appealing for information after a man and woman were attacked outside a pub on Westward Ho in Bideford on Monday 1 January 2018. PC Frank Morgan said: “The incident happened at around 12.20am in the early hours of Monday 1 January and started when four men, unknown to the victim, took his scooter […]
    • Assault in Exeter
      Police are appealing for witnesses to an unprovoked assault in Exeter which left a 20-year-old man with facial injuries. The incident took place between 2am and 3am on Saturday 27 January outside the Jack Wills shop on the High Street. The victim, from Exeter, was subjected to an unprovoked attack by unknown offenders. He lost […]
    • Jubilee Pool wins again
      Penzance’s Jubilee Pool has beaten off stiff competition from other projects in the region to receive yet another award for engineering excellence. A further two projects delivered by Cormac, the Bodmin Town Cycle Project and strengthening of the Kea Cattle Creep were also highly commended for their innovation and cost effective approach to civil engineering […]
    • Four face counterfeiting and money laundering charges
      Four people from Cornwall will appear at Truro Crown Court on Friday 23 February 2018 in connection with the largest anti-counterfeiting operation undertaken by Cornwall Council Trading Standards. Gregory William Whitehead (48), William Thomas Lemoyne (35), Csilla Imre (24) all from St Austell and Ying Yu, also known as Lisa Whitehead (39) from St Columb, […]
    • Vehicle fleet operators and taxi drivers to drive innovation in Cornwall after free masterclass
      Vehicle fleet operators and taxi drivers from across Cornwall have been learning about new ways of reducing their emissions and cutting their fuel costs thanks to Cornwall Council’s Driving Innovation masterclass. Sponsored by CGON, the masterclass was aimed at businesses in Cornwall and the wider south-west that want to reduce their fuel costs and help […]
    • Camelford Town Council takes over management of Camelford Library and Information Service
      Residents of Camelford will be able to access more public services in one place following the handover of Camelford Library and Information Service to Camelford Town Council as part of Cornwall Council’s devolution programme. From 4 April, Camelford Library and Information Service will be managed by Camelford Town Council but will remain part of the […]
    • Council agrees budget and council tax for 2018/19
      A full meeting of Cornwall Council today confirmed a 4.99% council tax increase for 2018/19, which will help protect services for vulnerable children, adults and families, provide more homes, support jobs and support economic growth. The 4.99% increase will see a general council tax increase of 2.99% for 2018/19 – a rise of 63p per […]
    • Truro firefighters take to the airwaves to host ‘The Truro Fire Takeover’ radio show this March
      Three firefighters from Truro Community Fire Station are set to host their own radio show – ‘The Truro Fire Takeover’ on CHBN radio 100.8FM broadcasting live from studios based at Treliske, Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust. People in the Truro area and hospital patients in other parts of Cornwall will be able to hear from the […]
    • Work to start on air quality action plan for Launceston
      Work is to begin on an action plan to improve air quality in Launceston following the declaration of the town as an Air Quality Management Area. In 2017 Cornwall Council held a public consultation to ask people for their views on air quality in Launceston.  People who responded to the consultation agreed that action was […]
    • South West Peninsula councils join the fight for fairer funding
      Leaders of Devon, Isles of Scilly, Plymouth, Somerset, Torbay and Dorset Councils have joined Cornwall Council in calling for central government to provide more funding to stretched rural councils. Cornwall Council Leader, Adam Paynter, asked fellow council Leaders across the South West to join together in calling for a change to unfair funding which sees […]
    • Council and partners support workers following modern slavery operation
      Following a Devon and Cornwall Police operation on the Lizard early this morning (08 February 2018), Cornwall Council is providing welfare and support services for 14 people who have elected to seek help through a National Referral Mechanism which is applied in circumstances like this which means that potential victims are offered support. The Council, […]
    • Cornwall Council lighting the way in more ways than one
      A ground breaking street lighting programme, which was completed in 2012, has to date saved over £26m in energy costs being passed on to residents, but more than saving money, the programme is also reducing CO2 emissions and enhancing our night skyscapes. Cabinet member for Transport, Geoff Brown, said while it was widely recognised that street […]
    • Brexit-We have no chance in sorting this out
      The government and the country is clearly split on Brexit. We are therefore struggling to sort out an agreement with The EU.. This will not be good for The UK or The EU. So where do we go. The financial data appears to show. If we leave there is not much to gain. Plus it […]
    • Second Referendum is our only hope
      The Election failed to show us any way forward.We are now in a worse situation. We have to reconsider our situation and ask the public to reconsider their situation NOW before we negotiate with the EU We need to have another referendum. We also need to state on the voting document If we vote out […]
    • Brexit is still not looking well
      The government seem to be doing what governments are good at. Do every thing the population do not want. Most people probably voted out because the EU would not listen and would not put some control over immigration. I say control I do not mean preventing or creating state registers. I agree Human rights also […]
    • SECURITY ISSUES
      Most of the cameras installed in UK government sites appear to be made in China. Its time the orders were given to a company that is UK based. Hinkley Point Power Station the other issue- Will it ever get built maybe The Government takes that view. We will see how we get on with the […]
    • The UK Now
      Our main focus should be to deal with Brexit The panic is over and we appear to have calmed down. Everything is geared to EU finance or put it another way our finance that goes to the EU. We need to re structure all this so it works for us. We appear to be floating […]
    • Need some ACTION
      We are slowing the momentum of Brexit and its creating uncertain times for us and Europe. We now need to restore the economy before it dives. Reduce VAT to 15% Scrap NEW Stamp Duty Increases and Buy to Let extra Stamp Duty Charges. Start a National Council House Building Project. Offer building and development grants […]
    • Are things looking good
      Sounds like property prices are moving up again after Brexit and Osborne’s war on Buy to Lets., We might be able to keep the Chinese out of our Nuclear Power stations ie with the failure in France similar production the American Problem and the Australian Problem. Brexit seems to be going into the slow lane.Not […]
    • No to lower interest rates
      Lowering interest rates does not help us. We need the pound to get stronger. No a lot but just enough to stop companies in Europe surcharging us for their loss on selling to us with a lower pound. The Companies in Europe really need to get round this by selling their products in euros not […]
    • Hinkley Point Power Station
      May be it is time to dump this project. EDF will find it difficult to complete this project. It is expensive electricity. China will be in the middle and it could be a political nightmare. We need to consider smaller nuclear units or push other projects such as gas wind and solar. Keep it small […]
    • EUROZONE What do be do
      So when we vote to leave or stay. Where will we be. If we leave we be in a confused state. Bit like leaving your home. Directions and bills have to be sorted. Same with the country. Anything European will need re thinking or changing. This will create a vast amount of work.More work for […]
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