The Cornwall News Centre

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Our dedicated local news team are committed to bringing you the very latest news that matters, both on-air and online every day.

If you have a story you think we should be covering, please get in contact with the News Centre on 01209 314 314.

 

UPDATE: Police Confirm A30 Crash Was 'Fatal'

The collision involving a van and a car transporter shut a stretch of the road near Bodmin for seven hours

PHOTOS: Are Big Cruise Ships Closer For Falmouth?

Results of a new environmental assessment have been handed to government

PHOTOS: Splashing Day For Historic Cornish Seapool

The Jubilee in Penzance is reopening, two years after the storms

Skinny Dipping In The Sunshine

Cornwall's run of sun makes us lose our inhibitions...

VIDEO: Uh oh! Bank Holiday Rain Is On The Way...

A yellow weather warning is out for heavy, thundery showers on Friday and Saturday afternoon

UPDATE: Searches Resume For Missing Penzance Woman

Police say they had a confirmed sighting of June Gorvin on Wednesday


 

Gove And Johnson Savage PM Over Immigration

Tory Leave campaigners Michael Gove and Boris Johnson have launched their most savage attack yet on David Cameron’s personal authority in the increasingly bitter EU referendum campaign.

Birds Killed In Gun Attack At Village Pond

Most of the birds at a village pond have been shot dead in an attack condemned by police as "disgusting".

Russians Among 23 London Olympics Cheats

Eight Russians are among the 23 athletes at the London Olympics who tested positive for doping after fresh analysis of samples.


Migrant Shipwreck Survivor Drowns In Lake

A young migrant from Ivory Coast who survived a shipwreck in the Mediterranean has drowned in a lake in northern Italy.

Children Injured In Europe Lightning Strikes

Dozens of children have been taken to hospital after separate lightning strikes in Europe hit a birthday party and a football match.

Russians Among 23 London Olympics Cheats

Eight Russians are among 23 athletes at the London Olympics who have tested positive for doping after a fresh analysis of samples.


Dr Heimlich Uses His Manoeuvre For First Time

The 96-year-old surgeon credited with developing the world-famous Heimlich manoeuvre has used the emergency technique for the first time to save a choking woman.

Flintstones Car Slapped With Parking Ticket

The owner of a replica Flintstones car found himself in deep rubble after getting a parking ticket in a Florida city.

Oz Deputy PM: I'm Depp's Hannibal Lecter

Australia's deputy prime minister has boasted that he got into Johnny Depp's head like the fictional manipulative serial killer Hannibal Lecter after the Hollywood star described him as looking like he was "inbred with a tomato".


Jennifer Aniston's Estranged Mother Dies

Jennifer Aniston's estranged mother Nancy Dow has passed away at the age of 79.

Saved By The Bell Star Diamond Back In Jail

Saved By The Bell star Dustin Diamond is back in jail, accused of violating the terms of his parole.

Glee Star Charged Over Child Sex Abuse Images

Former Glee star Mark Salling has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of downloading or possessing child sex abuse material.


Haye Not In Frame For WBC Clash With Wilder

David Haye will not be on the shortlist for Deontay Wilder's next fight, says the WBC champion's promoter Lou DiBella.

Tottenham Set To Play Home Games At Wembley

Tottenham have agreed a deal with Wembley that will see them play their Champions League matches at the national stadium next season.

Worried Skipper Hartley Fears For His Future

England captain Dylan Hartley says one more concussion could end his career.


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