Pirate FM News

Keep up to date with the latest news delivered direct to your Inbox.

Council Tax Freeze Moves Closer

Submit this page to reddit

7:18am 30th November 2011

Cornwall moves a step closer to a council tax freeze.

Officials have voted to scrap the annual hike.

That would mean the government covers the cost, saving homeowners around £30 on average.

A final decision is due next year.

7:18am 30th November 2011

Share This Story

Submit this page to reddit
Suggested articles

Cornwall Council spends £46k on conference trip

We are told it was to launch a big investment fund

hayle collision

Moving tribute to young dad who died on the A30

28 year old Tom Griffin described as "loving father"

children in the snow

The school closures after the snow in Cornwall

Dozens are shut or opening late on Monday

A30 snow 1

UPDATE: Snow shuts massive stretch of A30

Dozens of drivers were stranded on Sunday night

Top articles

Pirate FM Cornwall News Update - 7th January 2016

Cornwall Video News: Officials say they’re holding talks to find new jobs for hundreds of workers in Bodmin.

Facebook row tech firm Cambridge Analytica suspends CEO Alexander Nix

National News: Facebook row tech firm Cambridge Analytica has suspended its CEO Alexander Nix in the wake of a series of allegations.

UPDATE: Body found on popular Cornish beach

Cornwall News: Police say death at Watergate Bay 'isn't suspicious'

'Bullying BBC put us through hell', presenters claim

Showbiz News: The BBC has been branded a "bullying employer" after presenters confessed they contemplated suicide and felt forced to work through cancer treatment.

Sea level warning as scientists find larger part of massive Totten Glacier floating

World News: A glacier larger than Spain could raise sea levels dramatically after scientists found more of it is being melted by seawater than previously thought.

Southampton's Ryan Bertrand withdraws from England squad

Sports News: Ryan Bertrand has withdrawn from the England squad for friendlies against the Netherlands and Italy due to a back problem, the FA has announced.

Why are Britons miserable on Happiness Day?

Strange News: Most Britons are not happy to be living in their own country and are open to an overseas move, according to research.

Newer article

Luxulyan Post Office Raid

Cornwall News: Two men arrested after cash is stolen

Older article

Strikes Shut Half of Cornish Schools

Cornwall News: Teachers among two million workers walking out over pensions

Pirate Extra Pirate 70s Escape LoveCornwall