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Save our bus
Save our bus

A FREE bus service which helps elderly residents in St Austell do their weekly supermarket shopping is set to be scrapped. Asda has confirm...

Bandsmen tune in at festival
Bandsmen tune in at festival

Despite the indifferent weather there was no dampening of the musical spirits at the weekend, as the famous West of England Bandsman’s...

Dramatic rescue as man falls 20ft
Dramatic rescue as man falls 20ft

A MAN had to be airlifted to hospital at the weekend after falling 20ft down a cliff in Charlestown onto rocks. St Austell and Mevagissey Co...

Cycling to the Somme
Cycling to the Somme

A ST STEPHEN man is preparing to cycle nearly 200 miles in three days across the battlefield of the Somme to raise money for veterans and th...

Massive gigs
Massive gigs

Dream Eden sessions headliners Massive Attack lived up to their iconic, legendary status, with a pair of sell-out shows at the domed attract...

Plans to re-build estate
Plans to re-build estate

A MULTI-MILLION pound regeneration project aiming to breathe new life into St Blazey has been revealed. After securing Government funding to...

Licensees of the year
Licensees of the year

Landlords of the Polgooth Inn, Alex and Tanya Williams, have scooped the pub industry’s most sought after award. They collected the 20...

Hoses at the ready
Hoses at the ready

Firemen from green watch at St Austell Fire Station joined in their National Car Wash League to raise funds for the Fire Fighters Charity. T...

Itís royally impressive
Itís royally impressive

The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall attended this year’s Royal Cornwall Show that honoured not only his involvement with agriculture in t...

Crowd pleaser
Crowd pleaser

One of the most successful and decorated songwriters of his generation, Gary Barlow, opened this year’s Eden Sessions with his sell-ou...

PENS AND NEEDLES: School defends medics training
PENS AND NEEDLES: School defends medics training

A ST AUSTELL secondary school has been forced to defend its decision to give pupils pens shaped like hypodermic needles. The pens were hand...

Main route is set to re-open
Main route is set to re-open

ONE of the main routes into St Austell is due to re-open on Friday after being closed since February. Repair works are underway to the retai...

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