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Europe · London
St Ives named Britain's happiest place to live in 2022
The "Happy at Home" index asked more than 21,000 people across Britain how they feel about where they live. Locations are ranked based on factors such as whether people feel there is a sense of belonging and community spirit, the proximity to green spaces, and local amenities St Ives, in the southwest of England, ended up being crowned Britain's happiest place to live overall following the survey.See the Story
69% Left coverage: 13 sources
Cornwall's devolution deal formally offered
Devolution deal will be formally offered later, the government says. But it hinges on whether Cornwall should have a directly elected mayor. The ten-week consultation is set to begin on 9 December. The deal would provide funding over the next 30 years that would be worth £360m.See the Story
34% Center coverage: 3 sources
Gordon Ramsay · Glasgow
Ofcom says Channel 4 broke rules with sweary Gordon Ramsay shows
Ofcom has ruled that Channel 4 was in breach of the rules on offensive language. Two Gordon Ramsay shows were broadcast before the 9pm watershed. F***, regarded as Ofcom’s most offensive word, was broadcast a total of 17 times. Channel 4 told the media watchdog it had put measures in place for the future.See the Story
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Builder died after tragic cherrypicker fall at Cornish farm
Peter Chilcott, 62, died on November 4, 2021, following the tragic accident at Higher Trestrayle Farm, near Probus. He was securing a wood beam between steel structures that formed part of the barn construction. As he leaned out of the cage and tried to lever it in place with a metal bar, he lost balance and fell to the ground. He wasn't wearing a harness or helmet at the time and a cause of death was given as severe head injury.See the Story
Falkirk · Falkirk
Plans to demolish hotel and replace with flats
Plans had been lodged to demolish the Hotel Cladhan in Falkirk. The aim was to construct 36 flats and associated parking at the location. However, the proposal was withdrawn on Friday, December 2. The application was lodged by Hannigan Hotels Ltd on April 2.See the Story
Cornwall, England · Cornwall
Pub finally reopens years after devastating fire
England rugby player Jack Nowell is one of the new tenants of the popular boozer, which was gutted by fire three years agoSee the Story
Prince William · Boston
Kate 'transformed into pizza' after wearing 'green screen' dress
The Duchess of Cornwall visited Boston with the Duke of Cornwall last week. The couple attended the Earthshot Prize ceremony for Prince William's charity. The Duchess wore a rented green off-the-shoulder gown for the event. The photograph of the royal couple on the green carpet went viral.See the Story
Animal Attack · Cornwall
Little girl's adored kitty savaged in animal attack
Bean has been Ruby's support cat in the two years since she lost her brother and grandpa and is heartbroken at the thought of him not being there at ChristmasSee the Story
Couple in Cornwall scoop £1m Lotto win
Housewife Christine Buckton and now husband Nick Jane had a week they will never forget. Couple from Launceston matched five main numbers and the Bonus Ball in the Lotto draw on Saturday, October 15, to scoop the life-changing prize. The couple, who have been together for two years, said their win was an "unplanned wedding gift from work"See the Story
Historic Cornish pub faces £9,000 monthly electricity bill
It's a six fold increase in one monthSee the Story
Penryn · Penryn
Most Godless areas of Cornwall include Penryn and Falmouth
Penryn and Falmouth are the two towns where people least identify as believing in God. On the day of the 2021 census, 46.3% said they were not religious in any way. Altarnun & Stoke Climsland had the highest proportion of Christians in Cornwall (53.1%)See the Story