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Sporting day for Daisy aims to boost cancer fight funds

A FUNDRAISING day is to be held in Newquay to collect money for four-year-old Daisy Lloyd who is currently undergoing pioneering treatment in Canada to save her eyesight. ‘A Day f

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Bushtucker trial DJ's sample bug breakfast with cat coffee

ITS RARELY heard of but Pirate FM’s chatterbox presenter Laura Campbell was lost for words when she was challenged to a ‘I’m a celebrity get me out of here’ bushtucker trial in New

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Regeneration back on track at St Columb Major Forum

THE NEWQUAY Voice has been publicly thanked for its help in securing the future of a town's regeneration organisation. The St Columb Major Town Forum faced an uncertain fate in Ja

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Centre's new roof funding appeal

THE ONE building in town that is owned by the people of Newquay yet is largely overlooked by most of them is appealing for help to secure its future. The Newquay Centre, previousl

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Council defends decision to object to cheese factory

ST MAWGAN Parish Council has defended its decision to object to plans for a new £2 million cheese factory in the village following a barrage of criticism. The Newquay Voice report

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From Pagan passage to popular pastime

IN SPITE of the variable weather of recent weeks there are many signs of the coming of Spring in our Cornish countryside and gardens and these all point to the pagan belief that t

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Councillors put cinema dream back on the agenda

THE TOWN COUNCIL has whetted its appetite for more control and greater ownership in Newquay following its recent bid to buy the bus station site in East Street. Councillors are ke

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Fly-tippers trash popular Colan beauty spot

AN ANGRY councillor has hit out at irresponsible businesses who are ruining one of the areas best loved beauty spots. Rialton councillor Janet Burt Crocker is furious traders are

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Investigation finds prostitutes using apartment at Pentire

AN UNDERCOVER investigation following a tip off by builders has discovered that ‘ladies of the night’ are openly plying their trade in Newquay. It confirms concerns the resort cou

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Second home tax change nets £390k for affordable housing

COUNCIL TAX discount on second homes in Newquay is to be slashed. Restormel has voted unanimously to end a system, which has given second homeowners and long term empty properties

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