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201013 | Cornwall MPs vote to overturn Agricultural Bill amendments

Cornwall MPs vote to overturn Agricultural Bill amendments

'Save British Farming' tractor demonstration in July, stock images representing chlorinated chicken and hormone injected beef
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201012 | Christmas lights in St Ives will be turned on in OCTOBER this year

Christmas lights in St Ives will be turned on in OCTOBER this year

The town wants to lift people's spirits after what has been a challenging year  read more »

201006 | Rude tourists, the Instagram effect and Cornwall's summer of Covid

Rude tourists, the Instagram effect and Cornwall's summer of Covid

Cornwall's summer season of Covid with 2m visitors was like no other  read more »

200923 | Farewell, Gibraltar – Cornwall’s former neighbour in European Parliament decides which side its bread is buttered

Farewell, Gibraltar – Cornwall’s former neighbour in European Parliament decides which side its bread is buttered

Posted By Julia Penhaligon on 23rd September 2020

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200921 | Minister meets tourism sector September 21, 2020 0 195 L-R: Nick Reynolds (Paradise Park), George Eustice MP, Nigel Hu

Nigel Huddleston in Cornwall - L-R: Nick Reynolds (Paradise Park), George Eustice MP, Nigel Huddleston MP, Jonathan Bray

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200831 | Inside most unique tourism season Cornwall has ever seen: Hospitality workers have been reduced to tears, businesses

Inside the most unique tourism season Cornwall has ever seen

Hospitality workers have been reduced to tears, businesses are fighting for survival and beaches have been as busy as ever  read more »

200824 | Churchtown Farm, Gwithian kindness plea | The Shipwrights Arms, Helford closed 24h | Coronavirus in Cornwall round up

24th August

Coronavirus in Cornwall round up: Monday, August 24

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200818 | Vital rail link into Cornwall is a step closer to being better protected

Vital rail link into Cornwall is a step closer to being better protected

Vital rail link into Cornwall is a step closer to being better protected

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 6:46am 19th August 2020.  read more »

200811 | Changes to planning laws which could lower number of affordable homes built in Cornwall by third criticised

Calls for rethink after rule changes put affordable home provision at risk

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200807 | Answering NHS Test and Trace calls is the key to keeping Cornwall Covid safe

Answering NHS Test and Trace calls is the key to keeping Cornwall Covid safe

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The area of Wales that missed coronavirus - and the simple system it set up. Fantastic story of how one local council set up a s

The area of Wales that missed coronavirus - and the simple system it set up. Fantastic story of how one local council set up a simple but effective contact tracing system very early- and it worked

 

The area of Wales that missed coronavirus - and the simple system it set up

The answer could be down to one council's 'homemade' test track and trace system  read more »

200728 | Test, track and trace in Cornwall: a tangled web

Test, track and trace in Cornwall: a tangled web

 Photo by Anna Shvets at Pexels

Cornwall has the resources to do effective Covid-19 contact tracing. So why is it not being allowed to do so? Jane Stevenson talks to Councillor Colin Martin, who has been trying to find out.  read more »

200623 | The life-saving sand art creations up for national design award

The life-saving sand art creations up for national design award

The life-saving sand art creations up for national design award
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Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 12:17pm 23rd June 2020. (Updated at 12:27pm 23rd June 2020)  read more »

200624 | Concerns tourists who develop Covid-19 could be stuck on Scilly

Concerns tourists who develop Covid-19 could be stuck on Scilly

Concerns tourists who develop Covid-19 could be stuck on Scilly

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 8:38am 24th June 2020. (Updated at 8:41am 24th June 2020)

Written by Richard Whitehouse, Local Democracy Reporter  read more »

200624 | £71m paid to holiday home owners in Cornwall

£71m paid to holiday home owners in Cornwall

£71m paid to holiday home owners in Cornwall

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 6:44am 24th June 2020.

Written by Richard Whitehouse, Local Democracy Reporter

New figures reveal that holiday home owners received £71 million of coronavirus business grants paid out in Cornwall.

The Government provided cash to be paid to businesses which had been hit by the lockdown so that they could keep afloat.  read more »

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