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A soldier from Cornwall has finally been recognised as a casualty of war nearly a century after his death.Read the full story ›
A Cornish family are aiming to raise £12,000 for a hospice by handcrafting wooden reindeer.Read the full story ›
Four Cornish care homes run by the Morleigh Group have been put into special measuresRead the full story ›
A Falmouth University programme could see Cornwall become the silicon valley of the south west by creating over 500 new jobsRead the full story ›
Four Cornish nursing homes have been rated "inadequate" by an independent care regulator.
Clinton House in St Austell, Collamere Home in Lostwithiel, Elmsleigh Home in Par and St Theresa's in Callington have all been placed into special measures, following inspections by the Care Quality Commission.
All four homes are part of the Morleigh Group.
The report from the CQC says the services they were providing were 'grim, shoddy and unsafe.'
The pledge by Theresa May on her first visit to Cornwall since becoming Prime Minister - to tackle the problems with our transport links.Read the full story ›
An eight-year-old who had his hands and legs amputated after contracting meningitis has taken up martial arts and is excelling at the sport.Read the full story ›
Bike Lights, Wadebridge’s new festival took place over the weekend, involving lit-up bicycles, prams, pushchairs & tricycles.Read the full story ›
A man and woman have been charged after a police car was was taken on a 250 mile joyride.Read the full story ›