The Newquay Central Residents Association say regular rock falls have shown the cliffs are unstable.Read the full story ›
The Wave Project offers lessons to help teenagers feel more self-confident and is appealing for volunteers to become instructors.Read the full story ›
A new skatepark is set to be built in Newquay after the town council secured £650,000 of funding.
Called Concrete Waves, the new park is being billed as one of the best in Europe and will replace the existing Wooden Waves skatepark at Trenance Park.
Work is due to start next year.
The developer says people should be excited about the new facility.
The facility should be seen as a public space available to all and a great addition to the community. Well designed, user group supported concrete skateparks are proven to reduce anti-social behaviour and improve social interaction. The skatepark has been designed within the latest European safety guidelines and is built to host major national and international sporting events.
Passengers will soon be able to fly from Cornwall Airport Newquay to Stuttgart.
Operator Eurowings says the new route will operate from 31st March 2018 and will fly from Newquay to Stuttgart every Saturday.
The airline says it has also extended the season of its Newquay to Dusseldorf connection until October 2018.
Cornwall Airport Newquay says it is delighted to be able to offer a new route for passengers.
The addition of Stuttgart as well as the expanded season on their popular Dusseldorf route illustrates the strong demand for easy access to Cornwall from the German market.
Police say they're concerned about an 18 year old who's gone missing in Cornwall.
18-year-old Deon Shudall is believed to be in the Newquay area.
He was last seen at around 7:45pm on Wednesday.
Officers and coastguard crews have been searching in areas around the town - supported by the police helicopter.
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- 6”1 tall
- slim build with broad shoulders
- blond hair shaved closely to the sides and longer on top
- has a slight New Zealand accent
- believed to be wearing a grey Lee Cooper hooded jumper, navy blue jogging bottoms, beige Nike trainers with white soles, and a beige cap
If you have seen Deon either fishing or walking in the area please call 999.
Children were among those rescued by the RNLI in Newquay – after a rising tide left them stranded.Read the full story ›
The living of a home in Newquay was destroyed by fire this morning. It's believed to have spread after a tumble dryer caught fire.Read the full story ›
A 17-year-old girl was sexually assaulted on a train by two men as she returned home from Boardmasters Festival.
Police are now appealing for help to find the two men, one of whom was wearing a novelty shark hat.
The teenager was left upset and shocked after she was inappropriately touched by one of the men on board a train travelling between Newquay and Plymouth
A 27-year-old man has died after being rescued from the sea at Newquay on 15 August.
He was among a group of three males who got into difficulty after being caught in a rip tide and swept out to sea at Crantock Beach.
The HM Coastguard Search and Rescue helicopter along with two RNLI Lifeboats and the Coastguard Rescue Team from Newquay, police and ambulance, were sent to the incident around 7.30pm.
The three men, who were holidaying in the area, were rescued from the water by two local surfers and then airlifted to Treliske Hospital by the Coastguard helicopter.
The 27-year-old man was pronounced dead a short time later. His next of kin have been informed.
The death is not being treated as suspicious and police will be carrying out enquiries on behalf of the coroner.
The other two swimmers, aged 17 and 18, remain at Treliske Hospital but are not believed to be seriously injured.
Chaotic scenes were reported at Newquay station as people made their way home from the Boardmasters festival.Read the full story ›