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Monthly Archives: July 2018

Camborne girl's drug death prompts warning

People are warned of potentially deadly "blue tablets" following the death of a teenage girl. Source: BBC Cornwall

World Cup 2018: 'Idiots' put dampener on celebrations

Bus stops and cars were damaged and Ikea was targeted after England's win over Sweden. Source: BBC Cornwall

Girl, 14, dies after taking 'substance'

Three other teenagers are in hospital and one of them is said to be in a serious condition. Source: BBC Cornwall

More than 200 new ambulances to be bought with government funding

The £36.5m government grant will also refurbish ambulance stations ahead of a "challenging" winter. Source: BBC Cornwall

Museum of the Year: Tate St Ives wins £100,000 prize

The gallery's £20m extension is described as "breathtakingly beautiful" by Museum of the Year judges. Source: BBC Cornwall

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

'90% of Penzance's problems are its own, but we're dealing with them' Source: Cornwall Live

Camelford water poisoning: Calls for new inquiry

Aluminium sulphate was tipped into the wrong tank at a treatment works in Cornwall in July 1988. Source: BBC Cornwall

These are Cornwall's biggest employers

These businesses employ almost 20,000 and made £2 billion last year Source: Cornwall Live

World Cup fever hits pitch for pupils in Cornwall

Seven schools near St Agnes brought 112 students to play in the tournament at a football ground. Source: BBC Cornwall

Asian hornet scientists in 'breakthrough' to stop spread

Scientists used radio tags to track Asian hornets, allowing their nests to be detected quickly. Source: BBC Cornwall

Newquay airport cuts free parking time in half

The airport has overhauled its parking facilities Source: Cornwall Live

RSPCA officer 'vanished' near Porth Chapel in strong winds

Mike Reid, 54, went missing near a Cornish beach while trying to rescue stranded sea birds. Source: BBC Cornwall

Tesco deal with Carrefour signals start of supermarket price war

This could be good for consumers, but perhaps not so good for suppliers Source: Cornwall Live

St Cleer falling tree wrecks new £14K hall roof

The roof on the 200-year-old community centre was only replaced in 2017. Source: BBC Cornwall

Redruth vegan woman's 'shock' at frog in her Aldi lettuce

A would-be vegan finds unwanted animal protein in her Aldi salad. Source: BBC Cornwall