A woman has died after her car crashed near Redruth and ended up in Stithians Lake. Police are appealing for witnessesRead the full story ›
Laura Penhaul set the world record for the first all female crew to sail across the Pacific, now a film documenting the trip is being shown.Read the full story ›
Boscoe Trerise suffered a fractured skull in a violent attack in Redruth in Cornwall, doctors told him he was lucky to be alive.Read the full story ›
The family of a woman who was killed in a crash with a tractor in Cornwall have set up a fundraising page to raise money for her funeral.Read the full story ›
A woman has been killed in a crash on the A30 near Redruth. A one-year-old baby was in the car but thankfully only had minor injuriesRead the full story ›
Three people have been assaulted in a supermarket car park.
In happened near Tesco on Tolgus Hill in Redruth - between 3am and 4am on September 4.
One man and two women were assaulted and received various injuries as a result.
Police are asking any witnesses to contact them:
- email 101@DC.police.uk quoting crime reference CR/062659/16
- give information anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111
Cornwall Council has announced that South West firm Midas Construction has been awarded the contract to build Kresen Kernow, the new archive centre for Cornwall. The scheme has been funded by a grant of £11.7m from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and Cornwall Council.
The Kresen Kernow scheme will transform the former brewhouse on the Redruth Brewery site into an exemplary modern archive and library space, bringing together the world’s largest collection of manuscripts, books and records related to Cornwall.
Work is due to begin on site in November 2016.
The A30 is closed both ways at Redruth due to an accident involving a car and a pedestrian.
It happened between A3047 (Redruth) and A3047 (Tolvaddon).
Traffic is stationary in the area.
The 70-year-old woman was able to get her bag back after a passer-by gave pursuit to retrieve it.Read the full story ›
A Cornish tin mine could return to production within the next five years, according to the Canadian firm that has acquired it.Read the full story ›