Truro man charged with rape and burglary

By Peter Tremayne Police have charged a 48-year-old Truro man with rape, burglary and fraud. Officers were called to a report of a serious sexual assault at an address...

MP secures meeting with Boris Johnson to discuss Cornwall’s “Oven Ready Brexit” daffodil crisis

By Rashleigh MacFarlane Boris Johnson is to meet Truro and Falmouth MP Cherilyn Mackrory to discuss the crisis facing Cornwall’s daffodil growers, whose crops were left to rot in...

Truro burglary and sex attack – 48-year-old local man arrested

By Peter Tremayne Police have arrested a man in connection with reports of a burglary and sexual assault in Truro. The incident is reported to have taken place in...

Truro starts its 12-month experiment with “healthy streets”

By Rashleigh MacFarlane Truro’s “healthy streets” experiment is now underway, with new city centre restrictions on motorists. The 12-month trial started yesterday and is intended to “increase opportunities” for...

Hall For Cornwall prepares to install the seats which will make it South West’s largest theatre

By Rashleigh MacFarlane More than three years after it closed, Truro’s Hall for Cornwall is preparing to install 1,354 seats so as to reopen for October’s world premiere of...

Pair who attended anti-lockdown rally in Truro last year not guilty of any offence

By Peter Tremayne Two people arrested during an anti-lockdown protest in Truro last year have been cleared of breaching Covid regulations. In what is thought to be the first...

Two wheels good, four wheels bad: Cornwall Council aims to make it safer to cycle from Truro to Shortlanesend

By Peter Tremayne Construction is due to start in October on extending a separate cycle route at Kenwyn Hill, Truro. Funding for the scheme has come from the government’s...

A30 roadworks between Carland Cross and Chiverton reveal archaeological treasures

By Rashleigh MacFarlane The construction of a new A30 road between Carland Cross and Chiverton has uncovered important archaeological finds, dating from the stone age to Cold War military...

Villages near Truro asked to take part in experimental “quiet lanes” project to stop motorists using them as a rat run shortcuts

By Rashleigh MacFarlane A nine-mile section of mainly unclassified roads to the west of Truro is to become an experimental “Quiet Lanes” area next month, with many motorists banned....

Truro police hunt burglar who carried out serious sex attack

By Peter Tremayne Police in Truro are appealing for information after a burglar broke into a house and carried out a serious sexual assault. It happened between midnight and...