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Minack Theatre funds greenfield roadbuilding plan in Cornwall clifftop AONB
Controversial theatre Charity with £4m cash and six-figure profits funds new greenfield road plans, suggests finance by major housing development    Read more...


HMS Raleigh junior sailor mum's surprise parade visit
Able Seaman Quaci Crosby's training colleagues chipped in to pay the cost of the flight.    Read more...



Student denies attempting to kill elderly lover in Buckinghamshire
Benjamin Field admits targeting Ann Moore-Martin, 83, but denies attempting to murder her.    Read more...



Tintagel Castle bridge installation begins
The bridge, spanning 229ft (70m), will recreate the historic link between the mainland and island.    Read more...



Eden Project North could open in 2023, bosses say
Work on a second Eden Project on the Morecambe coast could begin next year, bosses say.    Read more...



Parish council tax bills rise 'to save services from cuts'
BBC analysis found 45 parishes more than doubled their levy on the Band D council tax for 2019-20.    Read more...



Love Island: Why so many Ofcom complaints?
Watchdog receives more than 1,000 of complaints about Maura allegedly harassing Tommy and contestants' treatment of Lucie.    Read more...



People chased by cleaver-wielding man in Newquay
Terrified residents fled from the man who was wearing a "Friday 13th"-style mask.    Read more...



Government to pay for £47m road to 'new town' in Cornwall
Housing Minister Kit Malthouse said the road would "support thousands of much-needed new homes".    Read more...



Patient who fired at paramedics near Helston jailed
Roger Knight pulled the imitation firearm from the side of the sofa in his living room.    Read more...



Storm-hit Dawlish railway line 'may be moved out to sea'
The track in Dawlish has proven susceptible to flooding since it was repaired after the 2014 storms.    Read more...




Source: BBC News
News headlines from around Cornwall and Penwith today.