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Stay Home Stay Cold
Stay Home Stay Cold

A disabled mother of five has been forced to spend £20 a day on electricity after being left without heating or hot water for almost t...

Funded training offered in the construction sector for local businesses and individuals
Funded training offered in the construction sector for local businesses and individuals

Businesses, the self-employed and the recently made redundant can now benefit from a new part-funded training designed to upskill and reskil...

Teacher passionate about dance, drama and the arts
Teacher passionate about dance, drama and the arts

A former Penair School teacher for more than 25 years has passed away at the age of 66. Janet Bridger, known to her friends as Jan, suffere...

Rugby hero honoured for putting others first
Rugby hero honoured for putting others first

Truro-born John Hambly has been made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for services to people with disabilities in Surrey ...

Up to £150k BIG PRODUCTIVITY grants available to boost Cornish firms“ productivity
Up to £150k BIG PRODUCTIVITY grants available to boost Cornish firms“ productivity

From enabling a charitable enterprise to develop their offer to an engineering technology company looking to purchase new machinery, the BIG...

Hall together now, thank-you!
Hall together now, thank-you!

Truro's flagship theatre will receive a whopping £2 million of Arts Council funding, it was announced on Friday.

Tired Truro?
Tired Truro?

A new study has named Truro as the UK’s most tired city, with residents 276% more likely to search for a fatigue-related term tha...

Signposting services provide free support to Cornish businesses and residents
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 ...

Car parking problem leaves disabled woman distressed
Car parking problem leaves disabled woman distressed

A disabled Truro pensioner was left distressed after being allowed to park inside the pedestrianisation barriers – only to attract the...

Pedestrians first in city centre?
Pedestrians first in city centre?

The future of Truro’s city centre has caused much debate since pedestrianisation was introduced in the first lockdown – now it&r...

Cheers! Pubs go extra mile to help their communities
Cheers! Pubs go extra mile to help their communities

Two pubs near Truro have received a Heart of the Community award from the British Institute of Innkeeping.

Shop team are good sports for the hospice
Shop team are good sports for the hospice

A Truro sports shop is backing this year’s Santas on the Run fundraiser for Children’s Hospice South West.

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