Carn Brae leisure centre land sale falls through as ASDA backs away

Cornwall Council has confirmed that development deal expected to include a new supermarket and cinema adjoining Carn Brea leisure centre has collapsed.
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Unauthorised campsite in car park

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September 16, 2014

Police and council officers are dealing with an unauthorised campsite on one of Truro's main car parks.
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Scott and Company expansion

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September 16, 2014
Scott and Company expansion

The Truro-based historic building consultant, Scott and Company, has expanded its team of surveyors.
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Time lapse film captures Tall Ships 2014 Parade of Sail: VIDEO

The whole of the Tall Ships Parade of Sail captured in time lapse film
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Eight held after slavery raids

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September 16, 2014

Eight people are arrested by police in Devon and Cornwall on suspicion of slavery.
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Actor Steve McFadden accepts damages from Metropolitan Police and News of the World

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September 16, 2014
Actor Steve McFadden accepts damages from Metropolitan Police and News of the World

Actor Steve McFadden, who has a home in Falmouth, has accepted "substantial damages" from the publishers of the News Of The World newspaper and the Metropolitan Police after taking legal action in the wake of phone hacking revelations, a High Court judge has been told.

A police officer had sold information about McFadden – who...
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Online access to industrial past

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September 16, 2014

Some of Cornwall's industrial heritage archives are going to be accessible online, thanks to lottery funding.
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Mish keeps fingers crossed

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September 16, 2014
Mish keeps fingers crossed

A Cornish lingerie company will discover tomorrow whether it has won a top fashion retailing award.
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Women taken to hospital after being pulled from choppy seas off Falmouth beach

A quick thinking volunteer RNLI lifeguard at Gyllyngvase rescued a woman from the water on Saturday after she was spotted struggling in the choppy seas. 
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Praa Sands lifeguards race to casualty with broken ankle

Lifeguards at Praa Sands had to race to Kenneggy beach on Friday after a call from Coastguards that a man had broken his ankle.
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Santa puts in a very early appearance at Helford Passage Regatta: PICTURES

It seems that Father Christmas takes his summer holidays on the Helford River – and is not afraid to carry out some good deeds while there.
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St Ives Business to Business Fair

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September 16, 2014
St Ives Business to Business Fair

Following on from the success of its inaugural event last year, the St Ives Chamber of Trade & Commerce is holding its Business to Business Fair in November.
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Woman misses large metal spike by inch after falling from height in Falmouth

A woman escaped very serious injury yesterday after falling 'from height' onto the shore between Falmouth Wharves and Greenbank Quay.
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Public meeting over Penryn parking problems as cars block road

A public meeting is to be held in Penryn to discuss issues surrounding parked cars obstructing access to Permarin Road.
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Storm-hit beaches slow to recover

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September 16, 2014

Several beaches in south-west England have not recovered from the winter storm erosion, scientists find.
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Six regions hit new house price peak

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September 16, 2014

The South West is among six UK regions which have average house prices higher than their pre-financial crisis peak, figures show.
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Crowan Parish Church harvest festival

Crowan Parish Church will hold a harvest festival with evensong and pasty supper on Friday, September 19, at 7pm.
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Clamped car smashed up on Pendarves Road

A clamped vehicle on Pendarves Road has been left with smashed windows and dents.
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Appeal after woman dies in motorbike crash

Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman died in a motorbike crash at the weekend.
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Hay bale event raises record sum

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September 16, 2014

A Cornish charity event set back by the vandalism of its massive straw bale mascots has raised a record sum, organisers say.
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Dinner and takeaway plan for Bridge Stores on Bar Road supported by councillors

Plans to convert the former Bridge Stores in Falmouth’s Bar Road into a diner and takeaway have won the support of town councillors despite objections from some nearby residents.
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