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AT last - a stadium for Cornwall we can all support. Indian Queens is an ideal site for transport links and accessible to all the county. It's in the right place, affordable and the right size, so instead of wasting more time on the wrong site at Threemilestone, get on with it as soon as possible.
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Gulls are a protected species, however, in my local area they are breeding prolifically each year at a higher degree than their natural death rate, and they appear to have very few natural predators with which to keep the numbers down.
11:45am Wednesday 6th August 2014
A rare, precious and important discovery of an Iron Age settlement, found on a development plot in Porthleven had an archaeologist declaring proudly that it’s the first ever to be found in Cornwall and that there’s only one other example of similar found in the south west, if not the country, in the last two centuries.
11:43am Wednesday 6th August 2014
11:36am Wednesday 6th August 2014
AS reported in the Falmouth/Penryn Packet a pedestrian way across the A39 between Mabe and Kernick Road is needed. However, is a flat, toucan crossing on a busy by-pass and adjacent to a bustling roundabout and appropriate response to the problem?
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2:50pm Wednesday 30th July 2014
This coming Monday on August 4, Falmouth, and the rest of Britain, including Australia, Canada, and New Zealand will commemorate the 100th anniversary of their entry into “The Great War”, commonly known as World War One.
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Well, well. It seems as if I've ruffled the feathers of Councillor Ross. I must apologise for the slightly abusive nature of my comments. I do object though to my views as an electoral voter being treated with disdain. It seems the only way to attract attention except when an election is looming.
11:05am Wednesday 30th July 2014
What a superb job just completed by Collingtons fitting our windows and doors throughout the house in under two weeks. Sarah and I are so impressed we thought we would share it with you and your readers.
11:01am Wednesday 30th July 2014
I RECEIVED a copy of the June 2014 Newsletter of the Carrick Over 50’s Forum, whose editor seems to think that jokes involving or referring to concentration camps are amusing. I think they are sick, wicked and outrageous.
10:59am Wednesday 30th July 2014
THE ex Budock Hospital site is full of mature trees and wonderful shrubs which have taken 50 plus years to grow. No doubt the new developments by Falmouth School and CC will do a very good job of removing all these wonderful things and once again denuding the countryside, as the Camborne bypass last year.
10:57am Wednesday 30th July 2014
12:18pm Wednesday 16th July 2014
I write in response to Terry Smith, of Bay Court, who wrote last week about 'scruffy' Falmouth. I agree with your comments wholeheartedly Terry, and yes, it is a shame that Cornwall Council seems to have abdicated their responsibility.
12:14pm Wednesday 16th July 2014
The publication of the inquest into the death of David Breacker on the front page prompted a big reaction from our readers as can be seen by the selection of letters and emails we received on the subject published below.
12:02pm Wednesday 16th July 2014
YES, I do stir myself at 6am and have the photos to prove it. All dated and time strapped. I also have the pictures from last year which show the bad state of affairs then, and the improvements to the streets of Smithick now.
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10:13am Thursday 10th July 2014
The £146 million package of rail improvements for Cornwall that has been secured, is excellent news. I believe passenger numbers will continue to grow, as Cornwall increases its housing stock and population rate, in addition to the increase in tourist numbers arriving by train.
10:10am Thursday 10th July 2014
IN the course of a walk along the coast path between Swanpool and Gyllyngvase it was disturbing to hear holidaymakers, some of whom have been visiting the area for many years, complain that they've never seen Falmouth so scruffy.
10:05am Thursday 10th July 2014
A year or so ago I wrote to the Packet bemoaning the fact that whilst all the green/garden areas on the seafront were, and are, still beautifully planted and maintained, that the open spaces in town itself were often weed-strewn and neglected.
4:40pm Wednesday 2nd July 2014
4:36pm Wednesday 2nd July 2014
If the person who wrote in last week’s paper feels so strongly as most of us do in Cornwall, about local councils not listening to the people who voted them in, I suggest at the next local election she votes to remove them, as a lot of them have gotten too big for their boots.
4:34pm Wednesday 2nd July 2014
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