St Dennis incinerator roof won’t be fixed until the summer of 2021

By Rashleigh MacFarlane It could be next summer before the St Dennis incinerator roof is repaired, according to a new report.  Experts have been asked to consider a fundamental...

Council houses will be among the first built at West Carclaze Garden Village

By Peter Tremayne Cornwall Council is set to buy 130 houses in the West Carclaze garden village, due to be built near St Austell. The properties will be among...

Covid-19 continues to spread across Cornwall, but slower than elsewhere

By Anne North The Lostwithiel and Penwithick area is the worst affected for Covid-19 according to the government’s latest cluster map.  It has 13 cases. The past 48 hours...

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...

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...

Tregothnan Estates seeks permission for 150 homes near Roche

By Richard Whitehouse A decision is set to be made next week on plans to build up to 150 homes at the edge of a village. Tregothnan Estates, the...

Leisure centres at Falmouth, Launceston, St Ives, Saltash and Wadebridge will all remain closed until further notice after another “outsourcing” contract goes bad

By Graham Smith Leisure centres at Falmouth, Launceston, St Ives, Saltash and Wadebridge will not reopen on 25th July, after Cornwall Council surrendered to its private operators GLL over...

Eden Project sheds 150 workers, as Covid-19 impacts on visitor numbers

By Graham Smith More than 150 jobs are to be lost at the Eden Project.  The figure is about 40% of the entire workforce. Staff were told today (Wednesday.) ...

Permission refused for travellers’ site in china clay country

By Richard Whitehouse Plans to create a new travellers’ site in clay country have been rejected and councillors have called for a review of policies around where they should...

Planners to consider Gypsy camp in China Clay area next week

By Richard Whitehouse Plans to create a new Romani Gypsy site have been recommended for approval despite claims that the area is “saturated with sites”. A planning application for...