Falmouth Aquarium pulls the plug

Falmouth Aquarium has closed its doors to visitors less than two months after reopening following a rebrand.
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No quick kiss for ‘brash attack’ AA

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September 2, 2014

A Cornish town hits back over an AA Guide review describing it as "brash" and "full of kiss me quick hats".
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Poldhu Cove RNLI lifeguard rescues surfer from rip: VIDEO

Poldhu Cove RNLI Lifeguard Andy Beswick leapt into action to rescue surfer who was being dragged out to sea by a strong rip, with big surf conditions.
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St Keverne Band MD honoured by Gorsedh

The musical director of St Keverne Silver Band has been honoured by the Council of Gorsedh Kernow at their annual awards.
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Wreck divers told ‘do not enter’

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September 2, 2014

Divers are told not to enter a former warship scuttled off Cornwall and Devon because it is "simply too dangerous", an aquarium says.
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Penryn tech company brings personal touch to online shopping

Local tech companies have joined forces to launch SMS messaging software to help online stores across the UK reach and engage with their customers.
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Does your business need to tackle shoplifting?

A free crime prevention day to help reduce shoplifting will be held next week to help business owners tackle the problem.
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The Economic Value of Culture

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September 2, 2014
The Economic Value of Culture

A seminar is being held at the Pool Innovation Centre next month to focus on the business benefits and value of using the Cornish identity and culture.
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Find out how these Redruth cattle won a national award

A farming family from Redruth has been honoured with a national award for its cattle.
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Falmouth Aquarium closes without warning

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September 2, 2014
Falmouth Aquarium closes without warning

Falmouth Aquarium has closed its doors to the public just two years after first opening.The attraction, based on Church Street, closed this week without warning.A statement posted on the aquarium's Facebook page this morning said: "The Falmouth Aq...
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Chef prepares local treats for Falmouth holiday retreat

Falmouth chef Sue Fergus is using her talents in the kitchen to add a unique dimension to her new venture which takes her into the world of holiday letting.
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Hub Awards open for entries

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September 2, 2014
Hub Awards open for entries

Entries for the 2014 Hub Awards, which celebrates some of Cornwall’s most exciting and dynamic business talent, are now open.
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National listing for Buttermilk

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September 2, 2014
National listing for Buttermilk

A Cornish fudge producer has secured a deal to supply National Trust stores across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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Cornwall leads way in green mining

Cornwall could lead the way in developing green techniques to help European mining companies extract more scarce and valuable metals and significantly reduce their environmental impact.
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Camborne Youth Band wow crowds at Menin Gate concert

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September 2, 2014
Camborne Youth Band wow crowds at Menin Gate concert

Young musicians have thanked the Camborne public for their donations that allowed them to travel to Belgium and perform a concert in front of nearly 3,000 people.Camborne Youth Band had the honour of representing Great Britain last week at Menin Gate i...
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Ice bucket challenge for Helston and Lizard Rotary Club

Hardy members of Helston-Lizard Rotary Club are the latest group to get involved in the current charity craze, the Ice Bucket Challenge.
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Camborne Science and International Academy students ready to check out £1million new facilities

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September 2, 2014
Camborne Science and International Academy students ready to check out £1million new facilities

School pupils in Camborne are set to enjoy the use of £1million worth of new sporting facilities when they return from the summer break next week.

The new building project has taken place over the summer at Camborne Science and International Academy (CSIA) after they secured funding to redevelop sports facilities and modernise their existing...
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£30million St Michael’s Spa & Wellness Resort development given thumbs up by Falmouth planning councillors

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September 2, 2014
£30million St Michael’s Spa & Wellness Resort development given thumbs up by Falmouth planning councillors

Plans for a £30million investment scheme for the new St Michael's Spa & Wellness Resort have been met with unanimous approval by the Falmouth Town Council Planning Committee.

It is thought that the scheme will cost over £30million and create 90 jobs, in addition to protecting an existing 115 full-time equivalent jobs at St Michael's...
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How many parking tickets were slapped on cars during Falmouth Tall Ships?

With around 230,000 people in Falmouth over the four days of the Tall Ships event, there was always going to be a parking problem or two, however the vast majority of drivers seem to have heeded advice.
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Crews called to Camborne fire

Firefighters were called to College Street, Camborne, in the early hours of this morning after a report of a fire.
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Cornwall Chamber of Commerce reveals new business partners

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September 2, 2014
Cornwall Chamber of Commerce reveals new business partners

The Cornwall Chamber of Commerce has revealed the business partners who will join them in their quest to drive Cornwall forward.The eight businesses renewing their relationship with the organisation and three new patrons were introduced during the Cham...
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