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Cashpoint machine fraud gang strikes in Newquay

DETECTIVES HAVE warned residents in Newquay to be vigilant after a gang of travelling crooks put devices into cash point machines in the town before emptying people’s accounts. A

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Wheel of shopping fortune takes shape in Bank Street

SHOPPERS WATCHED on in interest on Monday morning as concrete was poured into the new cartwheel feature on Bank Street. The feature is part of the modernisation of the street, whi

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Two women arrested over link between service station attacks

TWO WOMEN have been arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice and witness intimidation in connection with the armed robbery at the Kingsley Service Station in Fradd

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Villagers express surprise at cheese factory objection

VILLAGERS IN St Mawgan are ‘furious’ and ‘mystified’ by the parish council’s decision to object to plans for a new £2 million cheese factory in the village. The Newquay Voice excl

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Residents volunteer to help after appeal by Major forum

SEVERAL COMMUNITY minded residents in St Columb Major have offered their services to keep the town’s regeneration project running. The Newquay Voice told last week how the Town Fo

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Town councillors 'disappointment' at anti-social strategy

TOWN COUNCILLORS are ‘disappointed’ with Restormel’s efforts to deal with the anti-social behaviour, which is rife in Newquay during the summer months. A report published by the b

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End of line for 'worst station in the south'

DILAPIDATED ST COLUMB Road railway station is on track for a £50,000 refurbishment. Dubbed ‘the worst station in the South of England’ it had suffered from a lack of funding in r

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Newquay told to 'feel fortunate' over naming of constituency

NEVER LET it be said that the Newquay Voice doesn't have the best interests of the town at heart. Recent news that the Boundary Commission for England is hoping to add a further

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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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