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- UK News BBC News Feed: Brexit: No better outcome than my deal, says Johnson
- UK News BBC News Feed: Rochdale road rage peacemaker's axe attackers jailed
- UK News BBC News Feed: Wedding caterers fined for salmonella-infected hog roast
- UK News BBC News Feed: Bonmarché appoints administrators
- UK News BBC News Feed: Becoming a mother has been 'struggle', Meghan says
- UK News BBC News Feed: In full: Laura Kuenssberg grills Johnson on Brexit deal
- UK News BBC News Feed: Herald editor Tom Sinclair confirms newspaper closures
- UK News BBC News Feed: Husband Shaun May told wife to shut eyes and expect gift
- UK News BBC News Feed: Baby Niamh Williams' wait for Cardiff hospital bed 'horrific'
- UK News BBC News Feed: Yousef Makki inquest adjourned over ambulance delay
- Cornwall Council News feed: Cornish mum says adopting was one of the best decisions she has made
- Cornwall Council News feed: Cornwall Council fact checks claims made by Nigel Farage at Camborne event
- Cornwall Council News feed: Help Cornwall’s NHS by planning for a safe and healthy October half-term
- Cornwall Council News feed: Illegal tobacco seller convicted after warrant is issued by magistrates
- Cornwall Council News feed: Help us put a roof over the head of someone threatened with homelessness
- Cornwall Council News feed: Residents urged to say no to driveway repairs after gang is spotted in Newquay
- Cornwall Council News feed: Help plant the Forest for Cornwall and fight climate change
- Cornwall Council News feed: Council publishes Cornwall’s Road Safety Strategy
- Cornwall Council News feed: ‘Don’t give up giving up’ is the message to all of those doing Stoptober this year
- Cornwall Council News feed: Men in Hayle area urged to sign up for football fitness training
- Assault in PlymouthPolice investigating an assault in Plymouth are appealing for witnesses to come forward. The incident was reported to have taken place in St Levan Park on Thursday 26 September at around 7.45pm. It was reported that the victim, a man in his 40s, was walking his dog when it became involved in a fight with […]
- Don't leave valuables on display in parked vehiclesInspector Ian Stevens, who is responsible for neighbourhood policing in the town is concerned due to the recent spate of vehicle thefts. He said: “We saw eight incidents on one day last week, predominantly in the Chelston and Cockington areas. I want to remind residents that although we live in a safe part of the […]
- Parents asked to help stop the national rise in child “money mules”Parents and guardians in Devon and Cornwall are being urged to warn their children about the dangers of becoming a money mule, with national figures revealing the number of 14-18-year olds misusing their bank accounts has risen by 73 per cent in two years. A money mule is someone who transfers stolen money through their […]
- Burglary in PlymouthPolice are investigating reports of a burglary that took place at a property on Beaconsfield road. The incident was reported to have taken place on Thursday 4 October between 1pm and 5pm. A number of items of jewellery and a quantity of cash were taken. The jewellery includes: Two 24 carat gold chains Three 24 […]
- Burglary, BarnstaplePolice are appealing for information after gold jewellery and commemorative coins were stolen during a burglary in Barnstaple. A house in Weirside Way was targeted between 3pm and midnight on Friday 11 October. The culprits forced their way into the property and carried out an untidy search of the home. Cash, 24ct -gold necklaces and […]
- WANTED: Sarah ColePolice are appealing for information to locate a 32-year-old Exeter woman who is sought on recall to prison. Sarah Cole, who was originally convicted for theft, and is wanted by police for breaching her licence conditions on release from prison. Numerous enquiries have been made by police to locate her.Officers are appealing to […]
- Racist abuse, PlymouthPolice have appealed for information after a woman was subjected to racist abuse in Plymouth. Officers are investigating an incident which happened in the car park of KFC in Tavistock Road at around 11.50am on Wednesday 9 October. The victim, a woman aged in her 30s, was driving a dark grey Ford Galaxy into the […]
- Assault, WoolacombePolice have issued an appeal for witnesses following a serious assault in Woolacombe. Officers are investigating an incident which happened in Barton Road between 3am and 4am on Monday 26 August. The victim, a man aged in his 20s, lost consciousness when he was struck in the head after leaving the Marisco Club. He required hospital […]
- Fatal collision, A39 near WadebridgeA man has died following a collision on the A39 near Wadebridge. Emergency services were called around 9.05am today [14 October] after an overturned car was found by the side of the road between Winnards Perch and Wadebridge. The male driver was pronounced deceased at the scene. The A39 was closed in both directions but […]
- Critical injury collision, PaigntonPolice were called at around 10.45pm on Sunday 13 October to reports of a collision involving a car and a pedestrian on the A3022 Brixham Road, Paignton. Emergency services attended the scene, situated between Borough road and the Tweenaway junction. A 23-year-old man, local to the area, sustained life-threatening injuries and was taken to Torbay […]
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- Porthminster beach attacks: Witness appeal after arrestTwo women were attacked on Porthminster beach near St Ives in similar circumstances, police say.
- St Ives 'beautiful old wall' knocked down despite planning refusalA resident in St Ives said the demolition was "like someone's pulled a massive tooth out".
- Repeat offender 'threw chance in judge's face'Jake Campbell reoffended within 15 days of being given a chance to show improved behaviour.
- Musician Paul Cheese records song of the UK's soundsA musician has spent several months cycling thousands of miles to record the sounds of the UK.
- Thomas Cook collapse: What happened to its planes?The company had a fleet of 34 planes when it went into liquidation - but where are they now?
- Cornish Pirates star's kit stolen on return to UK from World CupFiji player Sam Matavesi says three kit bags were stolen from his car when he returned from Japan.
- Wadebridge crash: Man dies when car overturns on A39The crash happened on the A39 near Wadebridge in Cornwall shortly after 09:00 BST.
- Cornish Pirates impress to beat Ealing 30-10 in Championship openerCornish Pirates coach Alan Paver hails his side's defence after beating Ealing 30-10 in their opening Championship match of the season.
- What is life like on Penzance's Treneere estate?Four family members describe life on Penzance's Treneere estate - one of England's most deprived areas.
- Plastic-free Penzance: The UK's most eco-friendly town?Where businesses cut down on plastic, fishermen collect litter and students march about the climate.
- Cornish mum says adopting was one of the best decisions she has madeAt the end of National Adoption Week a Cornish mum has said that adopting was one of the best things she has ever done. Debbie (not her real name) adopted her daughter ten years ago and with thanks from the Family Plus Team; she has seen her daughter flourish and become a confident young lady. […]
- Cornwall Council fact checks claims made by Nigel Farage at Camborne eventCornwall Council is urging the Government to share details of its plans to replace EU funding in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly like-for-like with a dedicated fund. Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly has received investment from the EU programme averaging around £60 million a year over the last 10 years, and the Council […]
- Help Cornwall’s NHS by planning for a safe and healthy October half-termIf you or a member of your family experience a minor injury or illness during the October half term holiday, don’t spend your time waiting in the emergency department - there are lots of different ways that you can access advice, support and treatments from the NHS. Here are some ways you or your family […]
- Illegal tobacco seller convicted after warrant is issued by magistratesPolice were forced to arrest an illegal tobacco seller and take him to court after he failed to appear before magistrates. Stephen Robert Seymour, 34, of The Glebe, Camborne, faced four charges brought by Cornwall Council’s Trading Standards in relation to the sale of illegal tobacco but failed to appear at Truro Magistrates Court in […]
- Help us put a roof over the head of someone threatened with homelessnessWe’re calling on landlords and accommodation providers to help us help residents who find themselves threatened with homelessness and in need of short term furnished accommodation. We’re looking for suitable homes throughout Cornwall to be used as temporary accommodation for residents who find themselves in housing need, in areas close to their networks of support, […]
- Help plant the Forest for Cornwall and fight climate changeResidents, community groups, businesses and schools are being invited to get involved in planting Cornwall Council’s flagship climate emergency project the Forest for Cornwall. The ambitious programme to cover 8,000 hectares of land across Cornwall with carbon-absorbing woodlands and forests will be officially launched next month during National Tree Week. The event will be supported […]
- Cornwall Council supports The Eden Project’s drive towards clean energyCornwall Council has stepped in as a key investor in a pioneering geothermal heat and power project at the Eden Project. After a ten-year campaign to bring the clean, green technology to Cornwall, the project and their partners, EGS Energy Limited, said that the funding will enable them to start drilling their first well on […]
- Residents urged to say no to driveway repairs after gang is spotted in NewquayCornwall Council Trading Standards has issued a warning this morning following reports of a gang offering driveway repairs or replacement at homes in the Newquay area this week. Reports suggest that the gang is pretending to be an established business and is offering 10 year guarantees on their work – in fact, the gang will […]
- Council publishes Cornwall’s Road Safety StrategyThe Council has published a Casualty Reduction Strategy which sets out a 2 year action plan where partners including Cornwall Council, Highways England, Devon and Cornwall Police, the South West Ambulance Service Foundation Trust, Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and other road safety agencies, work together to address the number of serious collisions […]
- ‘Don’t give up giving up’ is the message to all of those doing Stoptober this yearIt’s halfway through Stoptober already and many people across Cornwall have been working hard to give up tobacco products. This year, Cornwall Council’s Public Health team have been asking people to think about their motivation for quitting, be that for themselves or a loved one to try to keep their focus on giving up tobacco […]
- Will Boris succeedBoris is trying his best. Parliament are against him The Eu do not have a direction Will we get the referendum again Tags: brexit
- REVOKE ARTICLE 50WE SURRENDER-WE NOW NEED TO REVOKE ARTICLE 50 SIMPLE SOLUTION Tags: REVOKE ARTICLE 50
- Government Brexit policy wrong againThe 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 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 […]
- Government have got immigration wrongWe 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 BrexitLet 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 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 […]
- Why Focus on Africa and not EuropeOur 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 PLEASEThe 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 controllingIt 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. […]
- Rugby Union: Rugby World Cup: Chris Ashton makes his predictions for quarter-finals
- Sports Front Page: Manchester United: Mason Greenwood signs new contract until 2023
- Football: Manchester United: Mason Greenwood signs new contract until 2023
- Cricket: Alex Hartley: England left-arm spinner loses central contract
- Football: Man Utd v Liverpool: Fans discuss Solsjkaer's future & Pogba
- Sports Front Page: Man Utd v Liverpool: Fans discuss Solsjkaer's future & Pogba
- Football: Chelsea: Frank Lampard says he 'did not speak about racism enough'
- Football: Joel Matip: Liverpool defender signs new deal until summer 2024
- Rugby Union: Dave Attwood: Bristol Bears second row on re-signing from Bath
- Sports Front Page: Rachel McKinnon: Poster girl label for transgender athletes is unfair