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Tom_Gainey published Crane hits three-year-old child and two adults in St Ives before...
A three-year-old child in a buggy has been injured in an accident involving a crane that hit a wall in St Ives tonight. The child was taken to hospital along with an adult male and adult female following the incident in the Ayr area of the town. Police said a crane hit three people and then hit a wall, which then collapsed. A spokesman said the injuries were being treated as serious but it was not yet known if they were life-threatening or life-changing. Read more: Everything we know so...

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Tom_Gainey published Arch Hill crash: Everything we know so far as man remains in...
A man is currently in hospital suffering with potentially life-threatening injuries following a serious accident on the A39, Truro. Emergency services were sent to the scene between Playing Place and Arch Hill just after 11am this morning (Friday May 26) after receiving reports of a four vehicle collision. The roads at Arch Hill and Kea Church were swiftly closed by police, who were on scene making diversions. Read more: Make the most of the 'ansome weather Cornwall - things are about to...

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Tom_Gainey published Make the most of the fine weather Cornwall - forecasters issue...
If you have been stuck in an office or classroom all week longing for the Bank Holiday weekend to come along so you can soak up the fine weather we've been enjoying; we have got some very bad news for you. From tonight the glorious weather Cornwall has been revelling in will, true to form, transform into thundery showers and weather warnings have even been issued. We urge you to get outside now and make the most of it. Weather experts say the duchy will enjoy a warm and sunny evening –...

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Tom_Gainey published Cornwall's Summer Masked Ball 2017 is just kicking off - here's a...
Cornwall's Summer Masked Ball is just beginning to kick off and thanks to a winning combination of sparkly glitter and scorching sunshine it looks like it could be one of the best yet. Cornwall Live has today been behind the scenes to give you a glimpse of what to expect, or if you can't make it this year, what you're sadly missing out on. The spectacular themed event is staged by a group of friends who "just love throwing parties". Read more: 11 reasons why you must not miss the...

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wbchris published Seven sentenced after year-long investigation and huge £150...
Seven people have been sentenced for their roles in a huge cannabis growing operation which resulted in the seizure of almost £17,500 worth of cannabis and equipment so state of the art that a judge said he had never encountered it before. The six men and one woman appeared at Truro Crown Court to be sentenced with all the men admitting charges of conspiracy to produce cannabis and the female, Rachel Liddicott, pleading guilty to a count of money laundering. Prosecutor David Sapiecha...

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LeeTrewhela published ​5 weird and wonderful reasons to go to Cornwall festival The...
It's the newest kid on the very packed Cornish festival block with everything from camel racing, hot air balloon rides, big-names acts such as Echo and the Bunnymen and Craig Charles. Here are five weird and wonderful reasons why you should go to The Great Estate in the grounds of Scorrier House, near Redruth, on June 2 to 4. To get a new tattoo Located in Madame Wong's House of Wrong, Black Ink Rebellion Tattoo Company will be on hand across the weekend. Book in advance to avoid...

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Jeff_Reines published Beer o'clock: 15 of the best beer gardens for a drink after work...
The summer is on its way and the sun is shining and even, whisper it, rather hot. While we all hope the fine weather sticks around - and signs are good for the weekend - we in Cornwall also know it could turn at any moment without warning.So, what more excuse do we need as the work day draws to an end to declare it 'beer o'clock' and find a spot for a cool pint, cocktail or glass of wine in the sunshine?No excuse at all, we reckon, and of course the best way to take advantage of the lovely...

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wbchris published Rogues' gallery: These criminals in Cornwall have been jailed in...
So May is all but over and it's that time again when we take a trip back and look at the criminals handed custodial sentences at Truro Crown Court over the past month. As always, there's been a variety of punishments handed down by Judges Simon Carr and Robert Linford for everything from drug dealing to sex offences. So who's been sent down over the last month? Ryan Chard A disqualified motorist who continued to put lives in danger and take to the road to commit a catalogue of offences...

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LeeTrewhela published World's best gin Tarquin's adds another Cornwall gin to its range
The UK's most westerly hotel has inspired a new Tarquin's gin, infused with seashore botanicals and hand-crafted by Cornish artisan spirit producers Southwestern Distillery. The limited edition Beachcomber gin captures the essence of the wild and rugged coastline surrounding the luxurious hide-away of Hell Bay Hotel, on Bryher in the Isles of Scilly. It is flavoured with locally foraged seashore botanicals, kombu (also known as kelp) and red dulse seaweed. The special edition gin boasts a...

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LBarton published Survey says dithering women could hold key to success in the...
Dithering women could hold the key to electoral success for the candidates fighting to become Cornwall's next MPs. According to an exclusive poll conducted by Cornwall Live, in the run up to the last general election in 2015 women had largely made up their minds on how to cast their vote. But this time around, nearly as many are undecided and what is more striking is the contrast to the number of men. The poll, which used Google Surveys to compile the views of more than 3,000 people, is...

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