Camborne

Two of Cornwall’s Tory MPs “raise concerns” about the impact of Brexit deal on fishing communities

By Richard Whitehouse Two pro-Brexit Cornish MPs have challenged fellow Cornish MP and Secretary of State George Eustice over the impact of the European Union trade deal on the...

Covid-19 forces the closure of several Cornish pubs

By Julia Penhaligon A growing number of pubs in Cornwall are closing because of Covid-19.  The specific reasons vary, with some blaming staff shortages following reported contact with a...

Three more GP surgeries now offering Covid-19 vaccination

By Anne North Three more GP surgeries in Cornwall are starting to vaccinate people against Covid-19.  Doctors and nurses at Falmouth and Penryn, Camborne and Redruth, and Newquay have...

Government awards Covid-19 “culture cash” to help Cornwall’s cinemas

By Rashleigh MacFarlane    Eleven cinemas in Cornwall are sharing in a government “culture recovery fund” to help them survive the economic consequences of Covid-19. The cash has been...

Under the hammer: the many mansions of Cornwall Council

By Graham Smith A major rationalisation of Cornwall Council’s vast property portfolio is due to take a significant step forward next week when councillors scrutinise plans to sell offices...

Another Covid lockdown is “possible” in January, warns Camborne & Redruth MP George Eustice

By Julia Penhaligon Camborne and Redruth MP George Eustice has warned that a third Covid-19 national lockdown is possible in January. Mr Eustice, the Environment Secretary, told Sky News...

New initiative to reduce school exclusions in Cornwall

By Rashleigh MacFarlane Cornwall’s education chiefs are looking at ways to reduce the numbers of pupils being excluded from school. There is concern at County Hall over the sharp...

Rent increase threatens future of pre-school at Praze-an-Beeble

By Rashleigh MacFarlane The Little Beebles pre-school at Praze-an-Beeble, between Camborne and Helston, has launched an online fundraising campaign in a desperate attempt to avoid closure.  Supporters have set...

Cornish Lithium raises £5.2 million in three days of crowdfunding

By Peter Tremayne Cornish Lithium has raised a staggering £5.2 million in a three-day crowdfunding campaign. The cash will help accelerate the company’s prospecting programme as it searches for...

Poor air quality kills more than 200 people in Cornwall each year, says council

By Richard Whitehouse New figures have revealed that an estimated 221 people die in Cornwall every year due to exposure to poor air quality. The data was published as...

Slight improvement in Cornwall’s Covid-19 cluster map, as Truro and Falmouth now clear

By Anne North The Cornwall “cluster map” of Covid-19 infections looks slightly more healthy today (Friday) following the disappearance of both Truro and Falmouth after only 24 hours. Both...

Cornwall’s hot rocks test drilling suspended while scientists investigate earthquakes

By Peter Tremayne Test drilling at the United Downs “hot rocks” project has been suspended while engineers investigate a number of minor earthquakes. The tremors were within regulatory limits...

Does Cornwall have the most dangerous workplace in Britain? Inside the bacon factory where a third of the staff had Covid-19

By Peter Tremayne The disclosure that nearly a third of all the workers at the Pilgrim’s Pride bacon factory at Pool, Redruth, tested positive for Covid-19 confirms the fears...

After yesterday’s £6 million bail-out, the battle for Cornwall’s leisure centres is only just getting started

By Rashleigh MacFarlane People who use Cornwall’s leisure centres are waiting anxiously for details of a “strategic review” which will see all sites operate up to and beyond next...

Covid-19: swift intervention by Public Health Cornwall helped prevent a more severe outbreak in Camborne-Pool-Redruth

By Anne North Cornwall’s public health officials have issued a rare update on their handling of the Covid-19 cluster centred on the Camborne-Pool-Redruth area, revealing that they discovered the...

EXCLUSIVE: Hold tight, councillors are in for a bumpy ride as they try to find out why Cormac has applied for a bus operators’ licence

By Graham Smith Cornwall councillors have been caught on the hop by their own in-house contractor’s application to become a bus operator – without telling them. Cormac Solutions –...

Is the Camborne-Pool-Redruth area heading for a Covid-19 lockdown?

By Julia Penhaligon A new law comes into effect today (Monday) giving the police power to fine someone £1,000 for ignoring Covid-19 self-isolation rules. People living in the Camborne-Pool-Redruth...

Covid-19: Cornwall now has 10 clusters, and 20 new cases in 24 hours

By Anne North There are now 10 Covid-19 clusters in Cornwall, with a developing concentration of cases in the Camborne-Pool-Redruth area. Government data published this afternoon (Wednesday) shows that...

Covid-19: Year 8 told to stay away at Camborne Science and International Academy school

By Rashleigh MacFarlane The entire cohort of 12-13 year old Year 8 pupils at Camborne’s Science and International Academy school has been told to stay at home because of...

Five year ban for smallholder who kept animals in filthy and dangerous conditions

By Rashleigh MacFarlane A smallholder from Lanner who kept pigs, poultry and a llama in filthy and dangerous conditions has been banned for five years from keeping farm animals....