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Saint Piran's sands of time

WE HAVE a lot to thank St Piran for. He’s 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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Living the jungle 'Thai life'

THE KHAO SOK National Park forms part of wildlife sanctuary that covers the largest area in Thailand. The park is home to a massive variety of flora and fauna that exists in one o

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Town council bus station bid is rejected by agents

NEWQUAY TOWN council’s bid to buy the East Street bus station site and turn the area into an open town square has failed – the Voice can reveal. Chestertons, the agent acting on b

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Privatisation in the air as county council takes control

NEWQUAY AIRPORT could be partly privatised following the county council taking over full ownership of the facility. Bosses have agreed some sort of airport company should be set

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Police act to move on illegal Irish traveller encampment

A JOINT operation on Monday morning saw police and council officers swoop on a convoy of Irish travellers who were illegally camping on a Newquay car park. A contingent of 20 poli

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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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