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Woman and baby in hospital after car crashes into house

A woman and baby have been taken to hospital after the car they were travelling in crashed into a house in St Austell. It's thought the injuries are not life threatening

It happened on Carwollen Road around lunchtime today and it's thought no one was in the house at the time.

The collision caused a gas leak and engineers were called in to deal with the problem and remove the car.

Osborne claims to have fixed the economy - but can he fix a car?

Chancellor George Osborne met apprentices during a trip to a mechanic's shop in St Austell this morning.

He's claimed to have fixed the economy, but can he fix a car?

The Chancellor visited a mechanic's shop in St Austell this morning
The Chancellor visited a mechanic's shop in St Austell this morning
The Chancellor visited a mechanic's shop in St Austell this morning
The Chancellor visited a mechanic's shop in St Austell this morning
The Chancellor visited a mechanic's shop in St Austell this morning

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MPs due to visit the Eden Project in Cornwall

Inside one of Eden's famous biomes Credit: ITV News

The Government's Culture, Media and Sport Committee will be at the Eden Project later as part of a study into tourism.

Representatives will take a tour around the project before meeting key figures in the industry. The aim of the visit is to encourage tourism outside London - and discuss the future of the industry in Cornwall.

Anger at plans to landscape St Austell 'Sky Tip'

Anger at plans to landscape St Austell 'Sky Tip' Credit: ITV News West Country

Plans to landscape an iconic landmark in St Austell to make way for a proposed eco town have been greeted with anger and sadness among residents. They say 'Sky Tip' is a symbol of the town's rich mining heritage but developers want to build 1,500 news homes on it. Planning permission isn't expected to be applied for until 2015.

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Police appeal over missing St Austell man

Terence Webb. Credit: Devon & Cornwall Police

Police are asking for the public’s help to trace a 63-year-old man missing from St Austell.

Officers say they are 'extremely concerned' for the welfare of Terence Webb, who was last seen at his home address around 1pm yesterday.

Terence is described as a white male, 6ft tall, heavy build with grey collar length hair and was wearing glasses.

He is clean shaven and is believed to be wearing a navy blue thin raincoat, black fleece and navy trousers.

Anyone who sees Terence or knows of his whereabouts is asked to contact police on 101, quoting log number 734 of 12/07/14.

Eden Project back in profit

The Eden Project in St Austell has recorded a £2m trading surplus. Credit: PA

The Eden Project is back in profit after losing more than £1m last year.

It recorded a £2m trading surplus after a dedicated drive to cuts costs.

68 staff have been made redundant during the last year - and a further 50 weren't replaced.

Sinking cargo ship towed to St Austell bay

A large cargo vessel that started to sink off the Lizard has now been towed into St Austell bay.

The six crew members were rescued from the Sea Breeze yesterday. Divers will now fit a metal plate to the hull to stop it gaining water.

A meeting is due to take place later to come up with a salvage plan. The ship is stable and no pollution has been reported so far.

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