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Baby Cooper ‘unlawfully killed by dad’
Baby Cooper ‘unlawfully killed by dad’

A FOUR-week-old baby from St Blazey who died from “catastrophic” injuries usually seen in a “high speed car crash” w...

Crime commissioner visits town
Crime commissioner visits town

ONE year on from first visiting St Austell to hear residents’ concerns about anti-social behaviour, Devon and Cornwall police and crim...

Sea cadets land all cash needed to secure future and buy building
Sea cadets land all cash needed to secure future and buy building

The first steps towards buying the land under its HQ have been taken by St Austell Sea Cadets after three years of uncertainty over its futu...

Lillywhites bosses quit
Lillywhites bosses quit

ST AUSTELL’S management team have stood down less than 48 hours after they were defeated in the club’s opening league game of th...

Jason proposes to top an emotional night at Eden
Jason proposes to top an emotional night at Eden

EX-ENGLAND footballer Kevin Keegan was the star attraction as friends and family of Jason Bragg came together at a charity evening at the Ed...

Stalwart Sunny dies suddenly
Stalwart Sunny dies suddenly

“ST AUSTELL has lost a character who will be sadly missed” following the sudden and “untimely” death of a town counc...

Height of railway bridge over main road may be increased
Height of railway bridge over main road may be increased

INCREASING the height of Holmbush bridge is to be explored by Cornwall Council to help tackle the problem of lorries using residential roads...

Firm warns of noisy night work on railway
Firm warns of noisy night work on railway

Sleepless nights may be looming for many St Austell households as Network Rail begins night time work  on the railway line. The work i...

Broken yellow lines cannot be enforced
Broken yellow lines cannot be enforced

YELLOW lines placed on roads in St Austell and Clay Country to prevent dangerous parking are useless if they are broken or worn away as the ...

World War II code breaker celebrates 100th birthday
World War II code breaker celebrates 100th birthday

HE MIGHT have been a Second World War codebreaker but George Aston is keeping no secret about the key to his long life after turning 100. ...

Long old trip for Lillywhites
Long old trip for Lillywhites

ST AUSTELL will travel to Dorset this afternoon hoping to keep their FA Cup adventure alive after being forced into a replay with Western Le...

Excitement on Boarded Circuit
Excitement on Boarded Circuit

THE permanent venue in the Westcountry, The Boarded Circuit in Roche once again produced some spectacular racing at Sunday's Boarded Bash, <...

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