Flights from Newquay Cornwall Airport to Heathrow, which start next year, are being hailed as a major boost for tourism.Read the full story ›
St Keverne Bakery admitted a string of food hygiene offences after inspectors found rat droppings and rotting food last year.Read the full story ›
Cornwall Councillors have agreed to install sprinklers in all homes they build and commission in the future.
Sprinklers will be installed across all future Housing Development Programme (HDP) schemes at a cost of around £1.8million.
As announced last month, the HDP will see the Council invest up to £170 million in directly building 1,000 new homes on sites across Cornwall.
The developments will be a mix of homes for private market rental with 35% for affordable rent or shared ownership, 15% sold on the private market and 50% available for private market rental.
Cornwall Residents are being asked for their views on changes to kerbside recycling and waste collections, which have already been introduced in places like Plymouth.
The new system would see collections of general waste carried out fortnightly, with food waste and recycling collected weekly.
The council aims to use the feedback to shape their new contract in 2020, claiming recycling would be increased, but critics warn it could lead to fly-tipping.
Cornwall Council is set to decide on the funding it offers to the service next year.Read the full story ›
36 councillors could be cut from Cornwall council under new recommendations.
An electoral review by the Boundary Commission has suggested wards should be redrawn so that each councillor represents roughly an equal number of voters.
The proposed changes would lower the total number of councillors from 123 to 87.
The commission is now asking local people to provide feedback on the plans.
If approved the change would come into effect during the local elections in 2021.
Cllr Adam Paynter has been elected as the new Leader of Cornwall Council.Read the full story ›
An agreement has been reached on who should run Cornwall Council. The Independent and Liberal Democrat groups have decided this afternoon that they will seek to form a joint administration. This will be put to the Annual Meeting of the Full Council on Tuesday.
It comes after talks between Conservative and independents councillors broke down. Despite having the most councillors elected, the Conservatives did not gain overall control of the local authority following the local elections earlier this month.
It is expected that the council will also elect a leader during Tuesday's meeting.
The Liberal Democrats have begun talks with independent councillors in an attempt to creation a coalition on Cornwall Council.Read the full story ›
Cornwall council could lose £350 million of expected EU funding - despite government assurances over the weekend.Read the full story ›