A bus driver was left red-faced after it caused chaos during rush hour when it became stuck under bridge.
Police diverted traffic away from Lostwithiel Road after the bus became wedged in the already congested roadwork area of the town.
Residents travelling in and out of Bodmin are already experiencing disruption as all three main roads into the town centre are closed as part of a £7.5 million project to turn it into a so-called 'cycle town' over the next nine months.
There's been traffic disruption in Bodmin after roadworks closed all three main roads into the town centre.Read the full story ›
A diesel shunter is returning to service today after two years of restoration by enthusiasts in Cornwall.Read the full story ›
Business owners in Bodmin held a protest for the second time against a scheme to turn it into Cornwall's first cycling town.Read the full story ›
One person has died and another is seriously injured following a crash near Bodmin overnight.Read the full story ›
Concern is growing for a missing man in the Bodmin area and police are appealing to the public for information about his whereabouts.Read the full story ›
The A38 in Cornwall is blocked in both directions at Glynn Valley due to an accident involving two cars and a lorry.
It happened between the turning from Bodmin Parkway Station and Turfdown Road (Glyn Valley Cemetery)
It is affecting traffic between Liskeard and Bodmin.
A Bodmin man has made a heartfelt plea for everyone to sign up as an organ donor after his sight was saved by pioneering surgery.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for help after a 54-year-old woman has gone missing from Bodmin.
Elaine Alcock was last seen in the Berryfields area of Bodmin at around 2.30pm on June 29.
She is described as olive skinned, 5’ 2”, of medium build with brown shoulder length hair.
She is believed to be wearing a three quarter length olive green parka jacket with a cream lining to the hood, blue jeans and brown Timberland trainers.
Anyone with any information, or who knows of her whereabouts is asked to call 999 immediately quoting police log 74 of 30th June.
Work on one of the West Country's worst bottlenecks has reached a major milestone.Read the full story ›