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Appeal for help after thief nabs sponsored cyclist's bike

A NEWQUAY youngster was planning on doing his bit to raise money toward an appeal to buy a fellow pupil a new wheelchair by going on a sponsored cycle ride. That was until thieves

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Lusty Glaze set to host first schools' surfing competition

A GRASSROOTS surf competition, the first of its kind in the county, is being organised by the recently opened Surf Academy at Treviglas Community College. The Cornish Schools' Sur

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Tackling football fundraising

Newquay football club certainly scored last year when they appointed a new commercial manager, Pat Begley to tackle the business side of the club. 46-year-old Pat retired last y

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Remembering to be the best

There are, without doubt, countless shoppers at the Safeway store in Newquay who would recognise the friendly face of one of the shop’s most amiable and helpful members of staff, t

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A fortified house ona hill

One of the most fascinating features of the parish of St Columb Major is the isolated conical hill, in the south east corner, commonly known as Castle-An-Dinas, crowned by one of t

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Major regeneration on the ropes as town forum members resign

THE REGENERATION of St Columb Major has been dealt a huge blow following the collapse of the Town Forum. Hundreds of thousands of pounds of funding could be lost if nobody takes o

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Fishermen's anger at 38% hike in harbour parking charges

NEWQUAY FISHERMEN aim to tackle the borough council over its proposal to raise season ticket prices at the harbour car park. They believe something is fishy about the 38 per cent

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Founded on a market charter

"Before Newquay was, St Columb is." So says the old phrase that denotes the historical importance of the old market town that is St Columb Major. It is a town whose rich and colou

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Parish council blocks 20 job cheese factory expansion

A COMPANY from Trevarrian famed for its Brie is "really cheesed off" its £2 million plans to build a new factory were given the go-ahead and then put on hold. Award winning Cornis

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First 'bay' reef cost fraction of Newquay plan

THE WORLD’S first surf reef to be constructed in a bay is to be built at a fraction of the cost of the Newquay project. The artificial reef at Lyall Bay in New Zealand will cost l

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