Keep up to date with the latest news delivered direct to your Inbox.
More Support For Crime Victims
11:35am 4th July 2014
Victims of crime in Cornwall are going to get more support.
Almost £600,000 has been given to the Duchy and Devon to bolster up projects.
The money is going to be used by charities who work with people to help them in the aftermath of a crime.
Our Police and Crime Commissioner Tony Hogg applied for it, he said: "These are of immense value to charities, and I think importantly will keep their motivation high and I think they'll think someone is listening and looking at the value they create.
"I'm thrilled because I know how hard many of the organisations that look to us for support have worked, and we've worked with them, I'm delighted to see that we've got one of the biggest awards in the UK."
11:35am 4th July 2014
Share This StoryTweet
Calls For More Support For Disadvantaged Cornish Pupils
A charity wants to 'close the achievement gap' in Cornish classrooms
WATCH: Cornwall Stands Up To Hate Crime
Police are holding events to raise awareness
Job Losses At Building Supplies Firm With Branches Across Cornwall
We do not know which Travis Perkins sites will be affected
Amanda Holden's Sister "Critical" After Cornwall Crash
Papers say Britain's Got Talent star has rushed to the Duchy to be with her
Cornish MP Leads Farming Debate
Cornwall News: Scott Mann told parliament we need to be with them - not against them
Three out of four Britons are 'micro-criminals' - poll
National News: A new poll suggests we are a nation of micro-criminals, with three out of four Britons admitting minor offences or "micro-crimes".
Business Cornwall News - Friday, 18th December 2015
Business Cornwall News: Cornwall is spearheading reform of the Uk’s business licensing laws following a a year-long project.
Mulligan joins Syria 'teddy bear' protest at Downing Street
Showbiz News: Actress Carey Mulligan was among protesters who left teddy bears outside the gates of Downing Street in protest at persistent, deadly attacks on Aleppo.
Over 170 'mostly barefoot' inmates escape from Haiti prison
World News: Over 170 inmates have escaped from a jail in Haiti after a mass prison break which left one guard dead.
Antonio Conte keen to build for the future
Sports News: Antonio Conte says he hopes to be given the chance to emulate Jose Mourinho's success at Chelsea and build for the future at the club.
Soot-covered man rescued from chimney after losing his keys
Strange News: A man who locked himself out of his house had to be pulled to safety after he became stuck in his chimney trying to get back in.