Wanted: gentlemen footballers of a generous girth

By Peter Tremayne Men in the Hayle area who might not consider themselves to be among nature’s athletes are being encouraged to take up football.  There is one condition...

Andrew George savages the Liberal Democrats’ new Brexit policy, saying it is “a gift to the hard Right”

By Anne North Divisions within Cornwall’s Liberal Democrats, over the party’s new hard-line policy to scrap Brexit without another referendum, have widened with St Ives Parliamentary candidate Andrew George...

“We will fight them on the beaches” – town and parish councils go to war over once-in-a-generation boundary disputes

By Graham Smith Local councils across Cornwall are preparing to do battle over which of them should survive the current Community Governance Review, with some vowing to “fight them...

Countdown to opening time in the Old Brewery, and a chance to search for magic spells on 14 miles of shelves

By Rashleigh MacFarlane Is Cornwall Council capable of organising anything in a brewery?  We won’t have long to find out. Excitement is mounting at County Hall over the impending...

Extinction Rebellion stage another eye-catching climate protest

By Rashleigh MacFarlane Extinction Rebellion protestors staged another climate change demonstration in St Ives yesterday (Saturday) to warn of rising sea levels.  A “Deckchair Disaster” action is planned for...

St Erth’s multi-million pound “Multi-Modal Hub” still not quite joined up with buses

By Rashleigh MacFarlane The multi-million pound park-and-ride car park at St Erth, off the A30 near Hayle, is still not functioning as was intended when it opened in early...

Hayle’s long wait for harbour redevelopment could soon be over

By Peter Tremayne A 35-year wrangle over how Hayle harbour might be redeveloped has taken a major step forward, after Cornwall Council planners finally approved proposals for the North...

The curious case of Hayle’s drinking water, where the taps still work even when the mains supply is switched off

By Graham Smith People in Hayle are being urged to report “ghost” drinking water supplies, following concern that some properties might not be connected exclusively to South West Water’s...

George Eustice gets his old job back at Defra, as Boris Johnson continues ministerial appointments

By Graham Smith Camborne, Redruth and Hayle MP George Eustice has again been appointed as a Minister of State at Defra, the job he held until he resigned in...

Government grants “heritage” status to Hayle’s old dynamite factory

By Rashleigh MacFarlane An historic Cornish factory which supplied the Royal Navy with explosives during the First World War has been given protected status. The National Explosives Factory at...