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Taxi drivers celebrate as station rank cost reduced

TAXI DRIVERS in Newquay are celebrating after winning a 14 month campaign to get taxi rank fares at the train station reduced. The Newquay Voice told in November 2002 how taxi dri

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Residents threaten to sue over circus noise nuisance

RESIDENTS FACING "unbearable" noise from a circus tent pitched near their homes during the summer are considering taking legal action in a bid to stop the nuisance. They complain

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Historic Newquay chain set to stay in St Austell

RESTORMEL BOROUGH Council is recommending that the grand mayoral chain of office that once belonged to Newquay stay on display at its St Austell office. Newquay town council made

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Eyes of the fishing industry

THE MOST important building in Newquay in its day and perhaps the most peculiar was the Huers Hut. In a time when pilchard fishing was the town’s chief industry, the look-out man,

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Working back to happiness

BECAUSE OF its seasonal nature the Job Centre Plus office in Newquay plays a bigger role than some larger centres in other parts of the country. When the busy town starts to shut

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'Propping up' customer care

THE FUTURE of Newquay Airport is constantly under scrutiny from local media, but lead agent for passenger services Neil Firbank assures us that the airport is going from strength t

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Town beats winter blues to enjoy longest season on record

NEWQUAY IS finally beginning to reap the benefits of a year-round economy as this winter is hailed as the most successful on record. Thanks to out-of-season promotion, fine weath

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Borough approves 7% council tax rise to ensure vital service

RESTORMEL BOROUGH Council has agreed to an increase in its share of the Council Tax bill for the financial year commencing April 1. The seven per cent increase will mean that a 'b

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Jobcentre staff join national cicil service strike over pay

MORE THAN 20 workers at Newquay’s new Jobcentre Plus office went on strike on Monday and Tuesday as part of a national walk out over pay. Services were disrupted at the East Stree

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Fisherman's frustration at harbour CCTV delays

NEWQUAY'S DISGRUNTLED fishermen say they are so sick of their livelihoods being targeted by vandals that they are considering buying their own CCTV camera to monitor the harbour.

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