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The Bishop of Truro is leading his last Easter service in Cornwall this weekend before he leaves to take up a new position.
The Right Reverend Tim Thornton will become an advisor to the Archbishop of Canterbury in September.
He says the Easter message is more relevant than ever during these troubled times.
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Two men have died following a fatal car crash on the A39 in Truro.
Emergency services were called to the scene, at 10.30pm on January 26, after a car struck a bridge at Perranarworthal.
Three men were in the blue Ford Fiesta which came of the road and collided with the tree.
The driver and one passenger, both in there 40s and from Truro, were pronounced dead at the scene.
The third man suffered a serious leg injury and has been taken to Treliske Hospital after being freed from the car by the Fire Service.
Devon and Cornwall Police are looking for anyone who may have witnessed the collision or the car prior to the crash.
A Truro man in his twenties has been banned from parts of the city after he admitted watching people through their windows without consent for his own sexual gratification.
29-year-old Samuel Jago Mead of The Crescent, Truro, has pleaded guilty at Truro Magistrates' Court to two offences of observing another person without their consent doing a private act, to obtain sexual gratification for himself.
He has admitted doing this at two locations in Truro in October and November, he's on bail and will appear in court for a hearing in the new year.