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MP fights to keep radiotherapy in county
MP fights to keep radiotherapy in county

CONCERNS plans to move radiotherapy treatment from Cornwall to Devon will lead to more people dying have been raised in the House of Commons...

Government calls for crackdown on plastic
Government calls for crackdown on plastic

ST AUSTELL’S MP has joined the Prime Minister in calling for tough crackdown on disposable plastics but admits “there is lots mo...

Murley – ‘no excuses’
Murley – ‘no excuses’

DIRECTOR of rugby Steve Murley revealed that he “was not in this business to make excuses” after his St Austell side were defeat...

Abusive nurse is struck off
Abusive nurse is struck off

A NURSE who was caught on camera threatening dementia residents at a St Austell care home with morphine to shut them up has been struck off....

Leopard escapes & attacks sheep
Leopard escapes & attacks sheep

CALLS are being made to take away a dangerous wild animal license near Fowey after a leopard escaped and attacked sheep before being capture...

Polkyth leisure centre name change sparks outrage
Polkyth leisure centre name change sparks outrage

INFURIATED residents fear Polkyth has “lost its identity” after being renamed St Austell Leisure Centre. Better, which runs the...

Will it be fourth time lucky?
Will it be fourth time lucky?

ST AUSTELL will pull out all the stops to try and make sure that their Cornwall Senior Cup game goes ahead tonight. The Lillywhites are due...

Into the last eight for first time in 36 years
Into the last eight for first time in 36 years

STICKER await Monday’s draw for the quarter-finals of the Cornwall Senior Cup to find out who they will face after reaching the last e...

NHS says MIU report is “scaremongering”
NHS says MIU report is “scaremongering”

THE NHS has accused a report claiming it will be scrapping Cornwall’s Minor Injury Units of “scaremongering.” Dr Peter Le...

More than £7,000 raised for charities at gardens
More than £7,000 raised for charities at gardens

Visitors to The Lost Gardens of Heligan over the festive period proved it really was the season of giving after helping to raise more than &...

Eddy set to miss rest of the season
Eddy set to miss rest of the season

ST AUSTELL striker Liam Eddy looks set to miss the rest of the season after a nasty knee injury sustained in the club’s Boxing Day der...

Could mine hold key to nuclear clean ups?
Could mine hold key to nuclear clean ups?

ALL EYES are on the UK’S only uranium mine in St Stephen which could provide answers to the clean up of contaminated nuclear sites aro...

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