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Hallelujah! Satisfaction all round as the new-look satisfaction survey continues to satisfy

By Julia Penhaligon It is one of the most eagerly awaited dates in the County Hall calendar.  On Friday, councillors will be treated to a two-hour presentation on the...

Cornish mental health charity, which received £1.72 million from the Treasury, says it is now facing a financial crisis

By Graham Smith A Cornish mental health charity awarded a £1.72 million Treasury grant only three years ago has launched an urgent appeal for funds. Penryn-based Sea Sanctuary is...

And now there are three: another of Cornwall’s Coronavirus patients tests positive

By Anne North The Department of Health has confirmed one more case of Coronavirus in Cornwall, bringing the total to three. Last week Public Health England warned Cornwall to...

Coronavirus in Cornwall – the official local emergency plan telling us exactly what to expect

By Rashleigh MacFarlane With reports of Coronavirus-fuelled panic-buying in some of Cornwall’s supermarkets, the coming week is likely to be an important indicator of the extent to which the...

Second case of Coronavirus in Cornwall is confirmed

By Anne North Public Health England has confirmed that there are now two cases of Coronavirus in Cornwall. Cornwall Reports understands that the patients are related, and that their...

EXCLUSIVE: Own a slice of South Crofty for less than 4 pence a share, as owners embrace radical new plan to find out what’s underground

By Rashleigh MacFarlane The owners of South Crofty tin mine are to adopt a radical new approach to resuming operations. Having failed to raise the cash needed to pump...

Loganair picks up the former Flybe route from Newquay to Edinburgh

By Peter Tremayne Logainair has stepped in to replace one of the Newquay Airport routes lost when Flybe collapsed on Wednesday. The Scottish airline will provide two flights per...

Police appeal for information following “unexplained” death in Camborne

By Peter Tremayne Police have named the woman who died in Camborne on Monday, sparking a murder inquiry. Beata Lis, 47, was found dead at a house in Wesley...

Temporary access road for Truro New Town is approved unanimously

By Richard Whitehouse A temporary road which will give construction traffic access to one of the largest developments in Cornwall has been given the go ahead. Cornwall Council had...

Up to four cases of Coronavirus in Cornwall

By Anne North Cornwall now has up to four cases of Coronavirus, according to health experts.  There are now seven confirmed cases in Devon, but so far none in...

IN PICTURES: St Piran’s Day

All pictures by William Dax A selection of St Piran's Day images from Truro and Falmouth

Cornwall’s first Coronavirus case confirmed

By Julia Penhaligon Cornwall has its first confirmed case of Coronavirus.  The patient recently returned from Northern Italy. Health and council chiefs insist the risk to the general public...

Richard Branson regrets that he can no longer invite you to next week’s “rocket day” near St Austell

By Anne North Richard Branson’s invitation to Cornwall’s high-tech manufacturers, to supply him with parts for his rocket, has been postponed because of fears about Coronavirus. The tycoon’s Virgin...

Flybe collapse: political reaction from County Hall and Westminster

By Graham Smith Cornwall Council cabinet portfolio holder for transport, Geoff Brown, said: “I am deeply concerned by the news that Flybe has gone into administration. This is a...

Government announces a slow U-Turn on badger culling, aiming for a cattle vaccine within five years

By Rashleigh MacFarlane The government has announced a dramatic shift in its policy towards bovine tuberculosis, declaring that it wants to develop a vaccine within five years – and...

What shall we do with Newquay Airport, now that most of the aeroplanes have gone?

By Graham Smith There is an eerie quiet at Newquay Airport this morning (Thursday), following last night’s collapse of Flybe. Flybe operated two thirds of all aircraft in and...

Flybe lands with a bump, unlikely to take off again, leaving Newquay Airport all dressed up but with nowhere to go

By Peter Tremayne Newquay Airport bosses are expecting to be called to an emergency meeting tomorrow morning (Thursday) amid strong rumours that Flybe will collapse tonight.  About 2,000 jobs...

Cornwall must wait until Friday to learn if Coronavirus is established here

By Anne North It will be Friday before Cornwall learns if it has joined the list of places where there is a confirmed case of Coronavirus. The Department of...

Post Office pledges to stay in Wadebridge

By Graham Smith The Post Office has said it plans to keep a presence in Wadebridge when it leaves its current premises on The Platt. The Post Office will...

Western Power pressed to replace “swan balls” after bird dies at Wadebridge

By Anne North Residents in Wadebridge are pressing Western Power to replace the “swan balls” on power cables which run overhead at part of the town, following the death...