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Our Man in America

The G7 Leaders’ Summit starts Friday in Cornwall, and will snarl traffic and create local logistical challenges. Devon and Cornwall Police and local volunteers will work extra hours, and do a superb job.

Funding helps innovative marine business to grow

Naval architect Bob Colclough has a passion for marine renewable energy and has spent his career exploring the use of new technologies to help create a better and more sustainable future. 18 months ago he set up his own company – Morek Engineering...

Mayor to present Newquay Town Council Community Awards at the Killacourt this Saturday

Health minister’s care call

The Health Secretary hit the waves in Newquay to experience first-hand how a surf therapy charity has been helping vulnerable children. Matt Hancock, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, donned a wetsuit...

Students’ message to leaders at G7 summit

Newquay students have launched a campaign to showcase the main issues they want addressed at the G7 Summit in June. Degree students at Cornwall College Newquay...

CREST OF A WAVE - Health minister’s care call

The Health Secretary hit the waves in Newquay to experience first-hand how a surf therapy charity has been helping vulnerable children. Matt Hancock, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, donned a wetsuit...

Local mental health charity helps unemployed

Mental Health Awareness Week, the national campaign which took place earlier this month, was a good reminder of the importance of good mental health for all.

Epic paddle's warm welcome

A man attempting to become the first person ever to paddle around mainland Britain was given a proper Cornish welcome when he arrived in Newquay. Brendon Prince was escorted into the bay by a gig from Newquay Rowing Club...

Newquay takes latest careful steps on road back to normality

Newquay is set to welcome an influx of visitors following the latest easing of lockdown restrictions on Monday. Hotels, hostels, bed-and-breakfasts and campsites re-opened...

Signposting services provide free support to Cornish businesses and residents

Three signposting hubs are providing key information and guidance to businesses and individuals, ensuring they are able to access the fully funded support available across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

Road signs are rubbing residents up wrong way

Poor signage in Newquay has led to motorists driving the wrong way down a one-way street. That’s the view of Matt Corbett, who owns the Breakers Guest House.

‘Tired and dirty town a turn-off’

A leading Newquay businessman says retailers are being put off opening a business in the town centre because it looks so tired and dirty. John Weller, who has a substantial interest

 
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