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This is why Marks and Spencer leaving isn't the end for Falmouth's high street

The Cornwall town has plenty going for it other than the big chains, according to those in the know Source: Cornwall Live

Dorset police merger debate taken to the public

The bosses of Devon & Cornwall and Dorset Police have been in talks about a merger for the past year. Source: BBC Cornwall

Falmouth high street – the newcomers, the movers and the closures

We have taken at look at what has changed and what next after shops likes Marks and Spencer close Source: Cornwall Live

Molly Caudery: Great Britain junior record-holder wants more pole vault success in 2018

After breaking the British junior record for the women's pole vault, Cornwall's Molly Caudery targets August's European Championship. Source: BBC Cornwall

Heatwave puts pressure on water supplies

Several companies urge people to conserve water as Severn Trent make emergency deliveries. Source: BBC Cornwall

Man from Cornwall sentenced over extreme animal porn

Mark Clift-Matthews is given a 16-month suspended sentence at Truro Crown Court. Source: BBC Cornwall

Oasis scouts out Cornwall fashionistas with Bessie the Bus

There is no Oasis store in Cornwall but there's Bessie the Bus Source: Cornwall Live

Amelia Grace Cooper died in Newquay from a fentanyl patch

Police say there is "insufficient evidence" of how an opiate became attached to a 15-month-old girl. Source: BBC Cornwall

Tom McHale: Goalkeeper set to leave Truro City after failing to agree new contract

Goalkeeper Tom McHale is set to leave Truro City after failing to come to an agreement over a new contract. Source: BBC Cornwall

This is why it has been a tough year for Cornwall and Devon's high...

Amazon and out of town retail parks have been blamed for high streets losing trade and shops Source: Cornwall Live

Wetherspoon pubs run out of beer and cider during World Cup due to CO2...

Lager drinkers, you might have to drink real ale instead Source: Cornwall Live

How you can transform your business with digital technology

Support is available to ambitious businesses in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly Source: Cornwall Live

The Google and Facebook $100 million hacker hit – this is what you need...

Peter McGahan, financial expert from Worldwide Financial Planning, discusses Source: Cornwall Live

'Poldark' harbour bought by Eden Project co-founder

Sir Tim Smit is buying the Grade II-listed harbour that is used to film scenes in the show. Source: BBC Cornwall

Janine Mundy murder: Dad asked sons to stage death as 'suicide'

Dale Barrett was eight years old when he witnessed his father strangle his mother. Source: BBC Cornwall

Tom Kessell: Northampton Saints scrum-half to leave Premiership club

Northampton Saints scrum-half Tom Kessell is to leave after three seasons with the Premiership club. Source: BBC Cornwall