Could Falmouth keep its Minor Injury Unit? New report sheds insights into how health and council bosses are planning the “Kennally Care” future of Cornwall’s community hospitals

18th January 2018 By Graham Smith Further details have emerged of what Cornwall’s local hospitals could look like once the National Health Service converts to a council-led Accountable Care...

Named – the ten Minor Injury Units in Cornwall due to close under Accountable Care

3rd January 2018 By Graham Smith Cornwall’s network of minor injury units are under imminent threat of closure, according to an analysis of NHS plans.  Ten sites, from Bude...

School with only three pupils will close for good next month

18th December 2017 By Rashleigh MacFarlane The tiny primary school at St Martin in Meneage, on The Lizard, is to close for good next month.  It will end term...

How the fines imposed on fiddling bankers are coming back to help West Cornwall

7th December 2017 By Peter Tremayne A £300,000 charity grant, which stems from the way banks fiddled interest rates for more than 20 years, has been awarded to the...

Good news for pet owners as fire crews get new life-saving kit

7th December 2017 By Rashleigh MacFarlane Donations from Helston-based The Dog House Grooming Company and the RSPCA mean that all of Cornwall’s on-call stations will now have special life-saving...

National Westminster closes several branches throughout Cornwall

4th December 2017 By Graham Smith National Westminster banks are closing across Cornwall – most are to close next year, but the branch in Wadebridge will close at the...

Is it now the end of the road for Cornish school with only three pupils?

30th November 2017 By Rashleigh MacFarlane The future of the St Martin in Meneage primary school, which currently has only three pupils, looks set to be decided within the...

Number of pupils at St Martin In Meneage primary school collapses to just three

27th November 2017 By Rashleigh MacFarlane The tiny village primary school at St Martin-in-Meneage, on The Lizard, appears doomed after the number of pupils who attend has crashed to...

School with only 12 pupils still waiting for government decision about its future

23rd November 2017 By Rashleigh MacFarlane The government is still considering the future of one of Cornwall’s smallest primary schools, five months after its local directors decided it was...

Cornwall remembers

13th November 2017 Thousands of people across Cornwall have observed Remembrance Day memorial services.  Towns and villages staged events to respect local friends and relatives who have been killed...