Truro City put striker Watson on transfer list as hunt for new forward steps up

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September 29, 2014

Truro City have put last season's top scorer Ben Watson on the transfer list as they look to bring in a new forward to the club ahead of Saturday's home match with Bromley. Tonight's news came after frustrated City boss Steve Tully said ...
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Diversions in place as A30 exit slip roads closed at Redruth

Drivers are warned that exit slip roads from the A30 at Redruth will be closed in both directions at Avers Roundabout due resurfacing work.
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Arrests after woman is shot in head

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September 29, 2014

Two men are arrested by police investigating a suspected attempted murder after a woman is shot in the head.
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Cornwall Sports Awards – still a chance to vote

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September 29, 2014

This is the last week of the 2014 Cornwall Sports Awards text vote to decide the Club of the Year. Eight clubs/nominees from the Club Category will be shortlisted for the coveted Club of the Year Award with the winner being announced at the Cornwall Sports Award Ceremony held at The Headland Hotel in Newquay...
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Firefighters rescue a cat which got stuck 25ft up a tree in Constantine

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September 29, 2014
Firefighters rescue a cat which got stuck 25ft up a tree in Constantine

There is an age old joke about firemen rescuing cats from trees.But that is exactly what happened this morning when a crew were called to rescue Monty (pictured).The ginger and white moggie got himself stuck 25 feet up a tree in Constantine and there h...
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Fuel-price war as supermarket cuts 5p a litre off petrol and diesel

Sainsbury's has sparked a likely supermarket fuel-price war by slashing up to 5p a litre off the cost of its petrol and diesel.
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Falmouth Primary Academy opens

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September 29, 2014
Falmouth Primary Academy opens

Falmouth Primary Academy has opened after the school under went a £3 million refurbishment.

On Thursday the whole school celebrated the official opening, which included a ribbon cutting and mass bubble blowing in the playground.

A brand new roof, energy efficient heating and lighting and a full redecoration has been completed in time for the new academic...
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Firearms police in attempted murder arrest after woman seriously injured in car park attack

A woman is in hospital with a serious head injury and two men are in police custody after a major police operation involving firearms officers this morning.
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Workmen say ‘pants’ to new ‘Ann Summers’ store in Helston

It seems that workmen refitting the closed Julian Graves have their own idea which business could be moving in.
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Inside the October issue

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September 29, 2014
Inside the October issue

It might be difficult to believe bearing in mind the Indian Summer we continue to enjoy, but Christmas isn’t that far away!
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Moonlight Memory Walk returns to Falmouth: PICTURES

HUNDREDS of women took to the streets of Falmouth on Saturday night to raise money for Children’s Hospice South West’s (CHSW) through the annual Moonlight Memory Walk.
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Falmouth RNLI Guild helps raise funds to save lives

THE Falmouth RNLI Guild held its autumn fair at Mawnan Memorial Hall at the weekend when £310.29 was raised for RNLI funds.
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Falmouth Harbour Commissioners launch Falmouth Pilot Services

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September 29, 2014
Falmouth Harbour Commissioners launch Falmouth Pilot Services

A new pilot service has been launched in Falmouth aimed at providing a more efficient and accessible service.The Falmouth Harbour Commissioners (FHC) are behind the new Falmouth Pilot Services.It has integrated planning and boat operations with the wor...
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Cornwall win men’s county title

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September 29, 2014

Cornwall's menwin the England County Championship for the first time in the tournament's 113-year history.
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Family Friendly award for NMMC

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September 29, 2014
Family Friendly award for NMMC

The National Maritime Museum Cornwall (NMMC) has won the 2014 Family Friendly Museum Award, beating a six-strong shortlist to sail away with the accolade of Britain’s most family friendly museum.
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VIDEO: Bride arrives for Redruth wedding on dancing horse

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September 29, 2014
VIDEO: Bride arrives for Redruth wedding on dancing horse

A FIRE eating bride arrived in full Spanish dress on a dancing stallion to marry her sweetheart in Redruth last weekend. Friesian Gauke performed tricks as he carried former circus artist Lynn Bewley, 57, to St Stephen's church in Treleigh on Saturday afternoon. Mrs Bewley-Norman met her semi-retired builder husband Mike, aged 65, three and a...
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More attempts to tackle dune erosion

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September 29, 2014

Further attempts are to be made to tackle dune erosion problems on a beach in Cornwall, a council says.
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Wildlife camera found by youngsters

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September 29, 2014

A valuable underwater camera lost by a diver is returned thanks to children carrying out a beach clean in West Cornwall.
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Falmouth Primary Academy reopens after £3 million refurbishment

Falmouth Primary Academy has re-opened, after a £3m project to refurbish the entire school was completed on time for the start of the new academic year.
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National Maritime Museum Cornwall in Falmouth named Britain’s most family friendly

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September 29, 2014
National Maritime Museum Cornwall in Falmouth named Britain’s most family friendly

The National Maritime Museum Cornwall in Falmouth has been named the most family-friendly in Britain.It has scooped the 2014 Family Friendly Award run with the charity Kids in Museums.Director Jonathan Griffin said the team were "absolutely ecstatic" a...
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Ann walks a mile for life-threatening lung disease

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September 29, 2014
Ann walks a mile for life-threatening lung disease

A PENSIONER with a progressive life-threatening lung disease who has to use an oxygen tank when she goes outside has thrown herself into a national campaign to awareness for the condition.

Ann Bennett, 71, from Mawnan Smith, was diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) earlier this year, a progressive disease which kills more people than...
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