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This weekīs top stories covering Newquay and the surrounding area

Prime Minister backs Pride event in Newquay
Prime Minister backs Pride event in Newquay

THE organisers and volunteers of Cornwall’s biggest celebration of diversity have been praised by the Prime Minister ahead of the event’s return to Newquay this weekend.

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St Columb Majorīs successful civic service
St Columb Majorīs successful civic service

DIGNITARIES and residents gathered in St Columb Major Church during the town’s Carnival Week to witness the annual civic service.

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Major plans to help spruce up Newquay
Major plans to help spruce up Newquay

MAJOR plans are in full swing to help regenerate Newquay following concerns the resort is looking dilapidated.

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Boulders in place on town headland
Boulders in place on town headland

A vigilante has installed a row of boulders along a path at Pentire Headland to stop people from sleeping in camper vans there for months...

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Apartment scheme is thrown out by council
Apartment scheme is thrown out by council

PLANS to demolish a former prominent hotel in Newquay and construct flats have been refused following concerns the scheme will have a det...

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French blamed in pots dispute
French blamed in pots dispute

NEWQUAY fishermen have come into conflict with French trawlers which they claim are responsible for dozens of their crab pots worth thous...

Mass brawl knife attack
Mass brawl knife attack

A man suffered knife wounds following a mass brawl in Newquay town centre that spilled out into a residential area in the early hours of...

New councillors elected for Porth and St Columb Minor
New councillors elected for Porth and St Columb Minor

NEW councillors were elected to represent the Porth and St Columb Minor areas on the town and county council on Thursday. Conservative Ma...

Polie say crime figures fell at this year´s Boardmasters
Polie say crime figures fell at this year´s Boardmasters

POLICE have reported a significantly lower level of crime at the Boardmasters Music Festival at Watergate Bay compared to last year. Ther...

Hamilton swaps racing for surfing in Newquay
Hamilton swaps racing for surfing in Newquay

RACING driver Nicolas Hamilton swapped the race track for the waves in Newquay to get his latest adrenaline rush. The 26-year-old was giv...

Boardmasters bonanza
Boardmasters bonanza

THOUSANDS of people descended on Newquay to enjoy a world-class line up of musicians and surfers at the Boardmasters surf and music festi...

Dogs must be on lead following attacks on lambs
Dogs must be on lead following attacks on lambs

THE owner of a popular heritage site in St Columb Major has decided dogs must be kept on leads following three lambs being savagely killed.

Smiley to hit the road again!
Smiley to hit the road again!

A RADIO legend returned to the sands of Newquay last week to celebrate 45 years since the first ever Radio 1 Roadshow took place on Fistr...

Candidates to battle it out for Treviglas
Candidates to battle it out for Treviglas

RESIDENTS in the Newquay Treviglas division will be taking to the polls next week to elect their new Cornwall councillor.

Bloomin´ Lovely Results
Bloomin´ Lovely Results

THE results of Newquay’s annual gardening competition have been revealed with a large number of local gardens, allotments and hangi...

Newquay firm scoops major business award
Newquay firm scoops major business award

A NEWQUAY business has hosted a royal reception for the Queen’s representative in Cornwall after being chosen for a prestigious award.

Skaters riding high on Concrete Waves
Skaters riding high on Concrete Waves

NEWQUAY’S world-class skate park has had a busy first week with hundreds of skateboard, BMX and scooter riders taking to the park.

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