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Advice and warning signs for owners of dogs, cats, rabbits and...
With a heatwave predicted, most people know the basic rules about how to protect themselves and their children from the effects of the high temperatures and scorching sun - but do they know how to keep pets safe and know if something is wrong?Vets are offering advice on how to ”>>”
Mon, Jun 29, 2015
Seal enjoys the Cornish heatwave with his own hammock at Gweek...
WITH a heat wave hitting Cornwall, it appears that it's not just humans that enjoy lounging in the sun.Male grey seal Pumpkin, who lives at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary has been spotted by the team, and guests, using the sun canopy over his pool as a hammock.Tamara Cooper, head of ”>>”
Mon, Jun 29, 2015
​Laugh your togas off at the Minack
A light, fast-paced, witty, musical is being brought to life at the Minack Theatre by Truro's Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society next month. Sondheim's joyous musical, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum is a romp through Rome with desperate lovers, scheming neighbours and secrets behind every ”>>”
Mon, Jun 29, 2015
Heatwave warning issued with temperatures set to soar
Temperatures are set to soar across Cornwall this week, prompting the Met Office to issue a heatwave warning for the whole south west.Cloudless skies tomorrow will see temperatures rising towards 30C, and possibly beyond.Although there is a risk of thundery showers on Wednesday and Friday and a fresher feel for ”>>”
Mon, Jun 29, 2015
Camborne charity stalwart John Buddle rewarded for 50 years of...
A CHARITY stalwart has received a national award in recognition of half a century of voluntary work.John Buddle, who lives in Camborne, was honoured at Cancer Research UK's Flame of Hope awards.Mr Buddle, 80, was named a Cancer Research UK Honorary Fellow in celebration of unflinching loyalty and dedication shown ”>>”
Mon, Jun 29, 2015
REVIEW: The Pop Group stun Cornwall crowd
The Pop Group: Mono, FalmouthReview by Lee TrewhelaAUSTERITY, a nation bludgeoned into submission by a dictatorial government in a world riven by hate.That was the climate in which Bristol's punk-funk polemicists formed in the late '70s.It's fitting they've returned 35 years on to hold a mirror up to a very ”>>”
Mon, Jun 29, 2015
REVIEW: Xavier Rudd and the United Nations follow the sun to...
You'd be wrong, as was I, if you think Xavier Rudd is a just another acoustic singer with a guitar and raspy voice. Echoes of Jack Johnson or Newton Faulkner are what I was expecting to hear as he headlined Lusty Glaze's Sundowner Session on Friday, but Xavier Rudd is ”>>”
Mon, Jun 29, 2015
Police appeal as woman in intensive care after eight-in-car crash...
THE police have issued a new appeal for information after a car carrying eight young people crashed off the road and rolled over on Goonhilly Downs on the Lizard.Police believe only one vehicle was involved in the incident in the early hours of Saturday morning which has left a 22-year-old ”>>”
Mon, Jun 29, 2015
Cornish Pirates sign England Students wing Alex O'Meara
The Cornish Pirates have signed 22-year-old wing Alex O'Meara, who was last season capped by England Students, as a new member of their Player Development Foundation (PDF) group.He has played Hartpury College in the National Leagues and the BUCS League, during which time he developed as a player thanks ”>>”
Mon, Jun 29, 2015
REVIEW: Eden digs the Ace of Spades
Motörhead/The StranglersSupport from King CreatureEden SessionsReview by Peter HarlowMEMORIES are often made of music, and the most memorable musical moments, the ones that live with you forever, are usually made when you are a teenager.So Saturday night at Eden was always likely to be a memorable one for an old ”>>”
Mon, Jun 29, 2015
Football: Hooper confirmed as Cornwall U18s' manager
THE Cornwall FA have confirmed the appointment of Glynn Hooper as the U18s' representative side manager for next season.The former Truro City striker, whose last spell in management was at Newquay, will take over from James Ross, and will be assisted by Alan Yendell and Jamie Day, with former Porthleven ”>>”
Mon, Jun 29, 2015
Cornwall College recognised for disability sports sessions
CORNWALL College has won a national award for its disability sports sessions.Last week the college was named as the AOC Sport National Disability Sports Project of the Year at the annual gala dinner in Coventry.Jamie Tresidder, college sports maker for the west locality, said: " Winning this award is testament ”>>”
Mon, Jun 29, 2015
Young Redruth author pens Victorian trilogy
A WORDSMITH from Redruth has been hard at work producing her first trilogy of books.Toni Catherine Harvey, 27, has already released her debut novel The Farthing and the Devil and is currently working on the second title in the series.The Farthing and the Devil is set in 1882 in Victorian ”>>”
Mon, Jun 29, 2015
Mencap care home Treseder House told to make improvements
A TRURO care home has been told it must make improvements by the health and social care watchdog.After carrying out an unannounced inspection at Treseder House in March, an inspector from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) gave the home an overall rating of "requires improvement".The inspector's report, which was published ”>>”
Mon, Jun 29, 2015
Foodbank has busiest week as food poverty hits crisis point in...
FOOD POVERTY in the Camborne, Redruth and Pool area has hit crisis point, according to the area's foodbank manager.Don Gardner, manager of the CPR Foodbank, said last week was one of the busiest to date for the service, and because of the drastic increase in demand, it needed public support ”>>”
Mon, Jun 29, 2015
Earlier
Two hurt on racing yacht in Falmouth
The Falmouth Coastguard Rescue Team has helped transfer two casualties to hospital from a yacht at the Port Pendennis Marina.The pair were on a "J Class" yacht, Ranger, apparently suffering from neck injuries. It is not known how they came to be hurt.J Class yachts are typically140 feet long, weigh ”>>”
Sun, Jun 28, 2015
Inquiries continue into "overcrowded" car crash which...
Police are continuing their investigations into why a car with nine young people in it came to leave the road and crashed close to the Goonhilly Earth Station on The Lizard on Friday night. One of the youngster received potentially life-threatening injuries.The young people were in a Volkswagen Golf. Three ”>>”
Sun, Jun 28, 2015
London Cornish strengthen coaching team ahead of new season
London Cornish RFC has significantly bolstered its coaching team in advance of the 2015-16 season, writes Ben Gilby.Former Wasps and London Irish Premiership front row Dinos Alexipoulos joins as forwards coach; former Samoan International, Wasps, Perpignan and London Irish lock Dan Leo, who recently joined London Welsh, joins ”>>”
Sun, Jun 28, 2015
Sunday's weather outlook for Cornwall - damp start but turning...
After a cloudy and damp morning, it should turn brighter across Cornwall today, the Met Office says.There will be some lengthy sunny spells developing by this evening, making it feel warm out. Maximum Temperature 21C.Tonight it is going to stay dry and fine "with some prolonged periods of clear sky". ”>>”
Sun, Jun 28, 2015
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