The charity say their speedy arrival at the scene saved the man's life.Read the full story ›
The legendary steam train will begin its journey through the region starting in Taunton on 4 October.Read the full story ›
Passengers on the new Penzance to London Intercity Express service were waiting to be rescued for more than six hours.Read the full story ›
William Michael Reynolds has been sentenced to 14 years in prison and will sign the sex offenders register.Read the full story ›
Angry rail passengers have hit out at Great Western Rail following 'shameful' overcrowding on board a train to Cornwall.Read the full story ›
A guest house owner from Penzance has thanked paramedics who saved his life after his heart stopped beating.Read the full story ›
More anti-social behaviour workers will be patrolling the streets on Penzance following concerns raised by the local community.
At a recent public meeting, residents spoke about an increase in street drinking, anti-social behaviour and drug paraphernalia being discarded in the town centre.
As a result, police will also be increasing their presence around the town and holding drop in sessions for people to discuss their concerns.
“We are aware of the concern in the town about the increase in bad behaviour on the streets and are working closely with our colleagues in the Safer Penzance partnership to do what we can to discourage this behaviour.
But to do this we must be told at the time a problem is occurring so we have the opportunity to deal with it.
Recent commentary on social media and in local media suggests that not all crime is being reported to the police at the time it occurs, and in some cases it is not being reported at all. We need people to report issues to us direct."
Repeat offenders are being tackled by Cornwall Council's anti-social behaviour caseworkers who, working with the police, have issued Criminal Behaviour Orders (CBO) to seven repeat offenders over the last 12 months.
Councillors in Penzance are considering using £25,000 of public money on town wardens to monitor street crime.Read the full story ›
A woman whose body was discovered at a property on Penare Road in Penzance last Thursday has been identified as 32-year-old Cecilia SeddonRead the full story ›
Firefighters say inconsiderate parking can delay them on the way to calls.Read the full story ›