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Woman killed in A38 accident near Landrake

By Peter Tremayne A woman has died after a mutli-vehicle crash on the A38 at Landrake in South East Cornwall yesterday (Monday) afternoon.  The road was closed in both...

Planning row in Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is now heading for the ballot box in South East Cornwall

By Rashleigh MacFarlane A controversial planning decision in South East Cornwall appears to have sparked an outbreak of democracy at a small parish council.  While many town and parish...

Another weekly newspaper for Cornwall

By Rashleigh MacFarlane Independent Media Ltd is to launch another local newspaper, bringing to five the number of “Voice” titles it publishes in Cornwall. The Saltash Voice is due...

Tamar Bridge resurfacing to close south cantilever for five months, starting next week

Part of the Tamar Bridge will be closed to pedestrians, cyclists and mobility scooters from the evening of Thursday 15th April, as resurfacing work gets underway.  Tamar Crossings is...

All in one place: the full list of the Cornwall Council candidates

By Julia Penhaligon A total of 374 candidates have entered the contest to elect a new Cornwall Council on 6th May. The tally of candidates by party, or description...

Trial of Cawsand army veteran, accused of attempted murder in Northern Ireland 47 years ago, now due to start in October

By Peter Tremayne The trial of a 79-year-old former soldier from Cawsand, accused of killing an unarmed man in Northern Ireland nearly 47 years ago, is now due to...

All of Cornwall’s leisure centres will reopen on Monday 12th April

By Rashleigh MacFarlane All 12 of Cornwall Council’s leisure centres are to reopen on 12th April, despite the continuing financial difficulties of the private management company GLL. Saltash, St...

Tamar Bridge resurfacing due to start next month

By Rashleigh MacFarlane Resurfacing work on the Tamar Bridge is due to start next month, bringing inevitable delays as some lanes are closed to traffic. Resurfacing is necessary every...

Indian restaurant to pay £80,000 in fines and costs after food safety prosecution

By Peter Tremayne A Saltash restaurant and its owner have been ordered to pay a total of £80,000 in fines and court costs after admitting multiple offences regarding food...

Height of Tamar Bridge walkway barriers to remain unchanged

By Peter Tremayne The question over whether or not to raise the height of barriers along the sides of the Tamar Bridge appears to have been resolved.  Nearly two...