Work will start on a new Stadium for Cornwall after the Secretary of State decided not to call in a planning application for the site at Langarth, near Truro.
It's expected building will start next summer on the site, which will provide a new stadium for rugby side, the Cornish Pirates as well as other sporting facilities and retail.
One man has died following a collision between two cars yesterday on the A39 at Perranarworthal near Truro. The collision involving a Vauxhall Astra and an Audi A4 happened shortly before 4.50am. The road was closed until just before midday.
The passenger of the Vauxhall Astra, a 20-year-old man from the Birmingham area was pronounced dead at the scene and his next of kin has been informed.
The driver of the Vauxhall Astra, a 31-year old man also from the Birmingham area is currently in Derriford Hospital, Plymouth, where his condition is described as critical but stable.
The driver of the Audi A4, a 52-year-old man from Falmouth, is currently at the Royal Cornwall Hospital, Treliske, where his condition is described as serious but not life threatening.
Police have confirmed that the A39 at Perranarworthal has reopened after serious accident this morning.
Anyone who witnessed the crash is asked to come forward.
Three men have been seriously injured in a collision between two cars on the A39 near Truro.
The crash happened at around 4.50am on Wednesday 4 November at Perranarworthal, between the Norway Inn and Devoran.
Fire and ambulance crews attended, two of the men have been taken to the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Treliske.
The road has been closed and is not expected to reopen until midday.
Police are asking anyone who saw the crash to call 101 quoting reference 74 of the 4th of November.
The A39 in Cornwall is closed in both directions between Penryn and Devoran.
The closure comes into effect at the B3292 (Treluswell Roundabout) and is causing congestion on the A39 to the A394.
It's after an accident involving two vehicles early this morning (4 November). The road closure is expected to last until midday.
A 28-year-old has been arrested and bailed on suspicion of arson after a fire in Truro over the weekend.
Fire crews from across Cornwall were called to help when the three storey building began to burn.
No-one was injured in the blaze but many roads around New Bridge Street in the city centre were closed off for most of the day.
The fire was particularly difficult to tackle because of the nature of the building.
Police say a mam from Truro had been arrested and bailed to appear at Camborne station in January.
Fire crews from across Cornwall were called to a fire in Truro this morning which ripped through a three storey building.Read the full story ›
Firefighters have ben tackling a major fire at a cafe in the centre of Truro this morning. The fire broke out around 5am at The Cleopatra Cafe in New Bridge Street.
Ten firefighter teams from across Cornwall have been on site.
Really sad, cafe cleopatra and he flats above are on fire. It had gone out but started again. https://t.co/4LC7xAszh4
A dad scarred for life in a horrifying case of mistaken identity has spoken of the moment his attacker threw acid in his face.Read the full story ›
A man has been sentenced to life at Truro Crown Court after admitting carrying out an acid attack on a man in a case of mistaken identity.
David Phillips travelled 300 miles to Truro where he went to the front door of Andrea Christopheros’ home on 9 December 2015. As the door opened, he threw a beaker filled with sulphuric acid at him. Truro Crown Court heard it was a revenge attack - which got the wrong target.
Property developer and father-of-one Andreas Christopheros, suffered serious burns, lost the sight in one eye and is partially sighted in the other.
David Phillips had admitted unlawfully and maliciously causing grievous bodily harm with intent. He was sentenced to life to serve a minimum of seven years and 67 days.