Helston hospital appears safe as health chiefs find a doctor

4th July 2018 By Julia Penhaligon Helston hospital appears to be safe, after the Cornwall Foundation Partnership Trust identified a doctor to provide specific cover when the current contract...

Cornwall councillor in hospital with life-threatening injuries after fall from horse

3rd July 2018 By Graham Smith The Cornwall councillor for Breage, Germoe and Sithney is recovering in hospital after a life-threatening accident in which he fell from a horse...

Porthleven harbour plans rejected by 8 votes to 7

2nd July 2018 By Richard Whitehouse Plans for a controversial harbour front building in Porthleven have been rejected by 8 votes to 7. The plans, which included a circular...

Rejection of Swansea Tidal Lagoon project poses new questions over the future of Cornwall’s Dean Quarry

27th June 2018 By Peter Tremayne Residents of St Keverne have welcomed the government’s decision not to support the £1.3 billion Swansea Tidal Lagoon project, which had planned to...

Councillors to debate “sex on the village green” claims when considering music festival licence

25th June 2018 By Richard Whitehouse The stage is set for a lively debate on Wednesday when councillors have to consider licensing a music festival in the face of...

Food hygiene breaches cost St Keverne bakery more than £6,000

21st June 2018 By Rashleigh MacFarlane The owner of St Keverne Bakery has been ordered to pay more than £6,000 after pleading guilty to a string of food hygiene...

Is there a doctor in the house? The underlying problem which threatens Helston hospital

7th June 2018 By Julia Penhaligon Health chiefs are considering their options for saving community beds at Helston, as the clock ticks towards a crisis which could close the...

How Cornwall’s hospitals close: Helston to lose half its beds

1st June 2018 By Graham Smith Half of the 24 beds at Helston’s local hospital are to close on a “temporary” basis, dealing a further blow to community medical...

Month 4: still no charges in the Cornish “daffodil slave” mystery

15th May 2018 By Peter Tremayne Police say they are still investigating slavery allegations at a Cornish daffodil farm, more than three months after three men were arrested and...

Goonhilly gets £24 million cash injection and eyes world domination

14th May 2018 By Peter Tremayne The Goonhilly Earth Satellite station has been taken over by financier Peter Hargreaves. The station was built in 1962 by the General Post...