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Skatepark faces first year £13k revenue shortfall

IT SEEMS that Newquay Town Council is going weak at the knees over news that the town's skatepark could be facing a £13,000 shortfall less than one year since opening. Budget proj

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Ryanair subsidy ruling leaves Newquay route under threat

RYANAIR has refused to rule out pulling out of its route between Newquay Airport and Stansted. The low cost carrier has not ruled out the drastic move following the landmark Europ

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Local businesses count cost at cheese factory plan threat

TRADESMEN IN St Mawgan are counting the cost following the parish councilís decision to object to plans for a new £2 million cheese factory in the village. Businesses will lose ou

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Meeting challenges borough's response to nightlife problems

THE ATMOSPHERE was likened to that of ITVís Iím A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here! when angry pressure group members cross-examined Restormel's Head of Environment and Health about N

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Sponsored ride back on after gift of bike

A SCHOOLBOY from Newquay who had his bike stolen will be able to go on a planned sponsored cycle ride thanks to the generosity of a family who live in the town. The Newquay Voice

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Newquay is earmarked for Cornwall's first mosque

A LANDMARK mosque for the county's Muslim community could be built in Newquay if the vision of a leading religious figure is realised. Rashid Ahmad, Regional Amir for the Ahmadiyy

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Councillors' poor attendance records labelled 'appalling'

THE "APPALLING" attendance record at Newquay Town Council has been highlighted this week by a string of disgruntled councillors. Three Newquay town councillors have called on thos

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Fight to save threatened Cubert doctor's surgery

RESIDENTS IN Cubert suffering from illness are facing a battle on two fronts this winter. They have launched a campaign to keep their weekly surgery open after the Central Cornwal

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No link between net theft and latest dead dolphin find

A NEWQUAY fisherman has had £600 worth of bass nets stolen on the same day that an environmental pressure group released shocking pictures of local dolphins caught in nets. Phil T

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Saint Piran's sands of time

WE HAVE a lot to thank St Piran for. Heís the Patron Saint of Cornish workers and right hand man to St Michael and St Petroc. Also holding the title for Patron Saint of Tinners,

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