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    • Man jailed for drug offences
      A drug dealer from Tavistock has today, Thursday 27 February, been sentenced to two years in prison.  The sentencing follows an extensive investigation led by Detectives from Tavistock’s local investigation team.  Officers first executed a search warrant under Section 23 of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 at Gary Perkins’ home address on Buzzard Road […]
    • Rape in Ilfracombe
      A man has today, Thursday 27 February, been sentenced to 10 years in prison with five years on licence for the rape of a woman in Ilfracombe. Ross Wyborn, aged 25 and from Ilfracombe, was found guilty on the 17th January and was remanded in custody awaiting sentencing. Wyborn carried out the attack on a woman […]
    • FOUND: Missing person, St Austell
      Paul Davey who was reported missing from the Pentewan area on Tuesday 25 February after riding off on his motorbike has now been located. Police would like to thank the public for their assistance.
    • Arson attacks, North Devon
      Police are appealing for information following a spate of suspected arson attacks in Ilfracombe in the early hours of this morning, Tuesday 25 February. Police are treating a campervan fire, which occurred at around 2am by Wellington Warehouse behind the High Street, as arson with intent to endanger life. A man who was asleep in […]
    • Wanted: Craig Quirk
      Police are appealing for information to help locate a 30-year-old man who is wanted in connection with a serious assault and traffic offences which occurred in Merseyside. A judge has issued a warrant for Craig Quirk’s arrest after he failed to appear at court. Quirk is originally from the Liverpool area, but has numerous connections […]
    • Four men jailed for Newlyn immigration job
      Four men who treated a group of Vietnamese people like ‘cattle’ have been jailed for a total of 17 years.  The men were all sentenced at Truro Crown Court today, Monday 24 February, for their part in smuggling 29 Vietnamese immigrants into Britain via a 42ft yacht before being crammed into the back of a […]
    • Serious collision - Carbis Bay, Cornwall
      At approximately 1.10am on Saturday 22 February, police received a report of a road traffic collision on Beach Road, Carbis Bay, in Cornwall, involving a motorcycle. South Western Ambulance Service Trust resources also attended the scene. A 30-year-old male local to Carbis Bay received serious head injuries at the scene of the collision. Local police officers, operations […]
    • Attempted robbery, Looe
      Police investigating the attempted robbery of three 16-year-old girls in Looe have issued an appeal for witnesses and information. The teenagers were targeted at around 6.45pm on Monday 17 February as they were at the junction of Lower Street and Church Street. A male suspect approached the victims from an alleyway, pulled a broken bottle […]
    • Assault, Okehampton
      Police have appealed for witnesses of an assault outside Waitrose in Okehampton on Thursday 20 February. It happened after the victim, a man aged in his 50s, attempted to stop a group of male youths stealing from a delivery lorry at the supermarket in School Way. The incident occurred at around 3.30pm, which was a busy […]
    • FOUND: Missing Person, Truro
      Thomas Bowden aged 25, has been found. Police would like to thank the public for their assistance.

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    • Special care that makes a world of difference
      A few hours a week could be the world of difference to a disabled child and their family here in Cornwall.  That’s why Cornwall Council is launching an appeal to recruit more short-break foster carers across the county. There is currently a shortage of people to fulfil the role, which involves looking after a child […]
    • Making Space for Nature – two events in Launceston
      Cornwall is in a climate and ecological emergency so we need to create healthier habitats everywhere for species to colonise, allowing natural systems to rebalance, which in turn will improve the lives of people. European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) funding has been secured to invest in urban green spaces as part of the Making Space […]
    • Hundreds turn out to have their say on A39 Atlantic Highway proposals
      Proposals to reroute the A39 around Camelford and revitalise the town have been welcomed by the majority of North Cornwall residents who attended the recent Council exhibitions. Around 600 people took the time to view the Council’s initial designs and talk to the project team about the plans during events at Camelford Hall and St […]
    • Safer St Austell acts on concerns raised in Charlestown
      Safer St Austell has been supporting Charlestown residents who have raised concerns regarding anti-social behaviour within the village. Safer St Austell and wider partners from across Cornwall Council have met on several occasions with the Parish Council representatives, local Cornwall Councillor and Keep Charlestown Safe Group, to listen to their concerns and provide action. Issues […]
    • Bude Area Community Network Panel discusses waste and recycling collections, and the future of local government
      Residents in Bude and the surrounding parishes are invited along to the next Bude Area Community Network Panel meeting on Monday, March 9 to discuss issues that affect them and where they live. At the meeting Cllr Edwina Hannaford (Cornwall Council Portfolio Holder for Climate Change and Neighbourhoods) will discuss the future of local government […]
    • Launceston to get new library as part of town centre ‘hub’ development
      Launceston’s library will be relocated and renewed following the approval of plans for a town centre service hub. This was approved by todays’ Cornwall Council meeting as part of the capital programme.   Portfolio Holder for Climate Change and Neighbourhoods Edwina Hannaford says: “I am so pleased the Council has backed this new library for […]
    • State-of-the-art fire engines start service in Cornwall
      The first of 15 state-of-the-art new fire engines for the Cornwall Fire & Rescue service has hit the road in Truro. The appliance, which features an increased water capacity and new firefighting technology, will also reduce the carbon footprint of the fire service through reduced emissions. Among the new features carried on the engine are […]
    • Dogs on beaches - 'harmonisation and simplification' of regulations
      Having listened to feedback from the Council’s largest-ever consultation response, regulations for dogs on beaches in Cornwall will be simplified and harmonised from this April. Rob Nolan, Cabinet Member for Neighbourhoods and Public Protection, has decided that restrictions will be in place only in July and August, except on beaches with Blue Flag or Seaside […]
    • Over £900 for Cornwall Hospice Care as Penmount Crematorium Charity of 2019
      Penmount Crematorium near Truro has raised £913.91 for Cornwall Hospice Care in its annual Charity of the Year fundraiser. The charity cheque was handed over to Clare Bray & Anna Seymour from Cornwall Hospice Care by Penmount Staff on 30 January. The funds were raised from donations received at the crematorium’s Service of Remembrance held […]
    • Moves underway to create Cornwall's first ‘Real Living Wage Town’
      Penzance could become the first Living Wage Accredited Town in England, under ambitious plans being developed between local employers, business owners, the Chamber of Commerce and Cornwall Council. The real living wage is based on the cost of living and is voluntarily paid by nearly 6,000 UK businesses and organisations.  The current rate is set […]
    • Immigration New Laws
      Low pay does not always mean its a low skill job. The Government is obsessed with reducing immigration for Low skill Jobs and low pay jobs There is not a pool of people in the UK to take up jobs in care homes and service sectors, Farming , nursing , construction. Business and hospitals will […]
    • UK Summary
      Problems in China Problems in USA Problems in Europe UK Brexit trade and Law to sort out HS2 will go ahead we have gone too far to stop it. Security and new G5 could be problems to sort this out. The tax needs sorting out. too many taxes on assets. This does not give us […]
    • Will Boris succeed
      Boris is trying his best. Parliament are against him The Eu do not have a direction Will we get the referendum again Tags: brexit
    • 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 […]