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221115 | Cornish MP admits to backing bad trade deal for UK

George Eustice told the Commons that overall the UK "gave away far too much for far too little in return".

Cornish MP admits to backing bad trade deal for UK

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221003 | New Covid-19 symptom discovered as Britain warned of tough winter | confirmed Covid cases risen over past week

2,440,780 people are currently predicted to have symptomatic COVID in the UK

New Covid-19 symptom discovered as Britain warned of tough winter

Research shows that two-thirds of people are now experiencing a new dominant symptom instead of a loss of smell or fever  read more »

220905 | Don't watch street harassment in silence - ask 'Are you Okay?' | Neighbourhood Alert

SEE SOMEONE BEING  HARASSED IN PUBLIC?  WHEN YOU FEEL SAFE, ASK THEM...  'Are You Okay?'  THOSE THREE LITTLE WORDS LET THEM KNOW  YOU STAND BY THEM, AND THAT STREET HARASSMENT IS NEVER OKAY. IF YOU SEE IT. ASK IT.
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220824 | Council welcomes reduced bus fare initiatives in boost to low carbon travel

Council welcomes reduced bus fare initiatives in boost to low carbon travel  

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220905 | Dogs on Cornish beaches consultation launches

Dogs on Cornish beaches consultation launches

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220714 | NHS in worst state in 74 years thanks to Tory management, says former Lib Dem MP

NHS in worst state in 74 years thanks to Tory management, says former Lib Dem MP

26 ambulances were again spotted queuing outside ED at Treliske this week  read more »

220719 | Woman's 'life saved' by driving to London instead of waiting hours in Cornwall ambulance

Woman's 'life saved' by driving to London instead of waiting hours in Cornwall ambulance

The retired GP believes she was seen faster than if she waited in an ambulance outside of Royal Cornwall Hospital  read more »

220720 | Cornwall Lithium borehole drilling sites on Rodda's land, Scorrier

Cornwall Lithium borehole drilling sites on Rodda's land, Scorrier

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220628 | Kate Winslet's former Cornwall life in the villages of Angarrack and Tintagel

Kate Winslet's former Cornwall life in the villages of Angarrack and Tintagel

The Titanic and Holiday star fell in love with a Japanese-style pole house near Hayle. She then purchased a property linked to the Camelot Castle Hotel  read more »

220627| The ICS will replace Kernow CCG from July 1 to provide a single NHS voice in Cornwall

Cornwall's ambulance queues are nothing we're proud of says NHS boss

The ICS will replace Kernow CCG from July 1 to provide a single NHS voice in Cornwall  read more »

220623 | George Eustice and Derek Thomas would lose seats in Cornwall if election held now, YouGov poll suggests

George Eustice and Derek Thomas would lose seats in Cornwall if election held now, YouGov poll suggests

As things stand the next General Election would be on May 2, 2024  read more »

220622 | A30 partially blocked and queueing traffic following two-car crash

A30 partially blocked and queueing traffic following two-car crash in Cornwall - updates

It is not yet clear whether anyone has been injured  read more »

220609 Recent Lungworm case in Hayle | Lungworm increasing threat to Cats and Dogs

Following a recent case in Hayle of Lungworm

Angiostrongylus vasorum has been found with increasing frequency in the UK and across Europe, posing a growing threat to domestic dogs. Previously, A. vasorum was regarded as confined to small pockets in West Cornwall (Truro area) and South Wales (Swansea area). However, by 2000 reports suggested that it had become established in south-east England. It has since been recorded in dogs in the Midlands and as far north as Glasgow, so that now it is perceived as a potential threat to domestic dogs throughout the UK mainland.  read more »

220301 | UK overrules scientific advice lift ban on bee-harming pesticide, Eustice not "rule out completely risk to bees"

To minimise risks to bees, George Eustice says that farmers will be forbidden from growing flowering plants for 32 months after the sugar beet crop.
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220211 | Will banned bee-killing pesticides become the new norm? | Secretary of State ignoring expert advice

Will banned bee-killing pesticides become the new norm?

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220505 | Prices at 'value brand' Tory minister's family farm shop dwarf supermarket rates George Eustice is 'trustee of family'

Prices at 'value brand' Tory minister's family farm shop dwarf supermarket rates

George Eustice is a 'trustee of a family discretionary will trust which owns shares' in a Cornish fruit and veg farm - which sells products at higher rates than supermarkets  read more »

220426 | Appeal for witnesses - Road traffic collision Serious collision - Camborne

Serious collision - Camborne

Alert message sent 26/04/2022 11:23:00

Information sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police  read more »

220425 | Appeal for witnesses - Road traffic collision Basset Road, Camborne; grey Seat Ateca; black Lexmoto Michigan motorcycle

Police statement after collision in Basset Road, Camborne

 

A 65-year-old was taken to hospital after suffering serious injuries in a two vehicle collision in Camborne on the weekend.

Police were called to the incident which took place on Basset Road in the town, shortly before 1pm on Sunday, April 24. 

A car and a motorcyle were involved in the collision. The 65-year old
rider of the motorycle suffered serious injuries and was taken to
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220412 | Cornwall residents and visitors urged take Covid seriously as free testing ends 'Don’t pretend Covid has disappeared'

‘Don’t pretend Covid has disappeared!’ This is the message to Cornwall’s residents and visitors ahead of the busy Easter break.

People are also reminded that all Covid-19 testing sites are now closed as part of the Government’s Living with Covid strategy and move to end free testing for the general population.

Some people – including those living and working in health and care settings – will still have access to free tests but the majority will have the option of purchasing them. More information on this will be available on the Government website.

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220416 | 'Keep your masks on' visitors told | As tourists head West for Easter, health chiefs issue Covid warning

‘Keep your masks on’ visitors told

As tourists head West for Easter, health chiefs issue Covid warning

PUBLIC health experts in Cornwall yesterday urged visitors to wear face masks and keep their distance in crowded places, as warm Easter weather saw crowds flock to the Westcountry.  read more »

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