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121004 | The Privatisation of Cornwall – Terry Reed MD, Martel Associates

As reported in West Briton Thursday, September 27th, 2012

The text below is a copy of a letter from Mr Terry Reed, Managing Director of Martel Associates Ltd that was sent to the West Briton. The issues Mr Reed has made should be addressed to Cornwall Council.

Reprint from a Letter to the Editor,

West Briton newspaper, September 27th, 2012.  read more »

Notice of Election for a Police and Crime Commissioner for the Devon and Cornwall Police Area

Notice of Election

for a

Police and Crime Commissioner

for the

Devon and Cornwall Police Area

1. I, Kevin Lavery being the Police Authority Returning Officer for the Devon and Cornwall
Police Authority give notice that an election is to be held for a Police and Crime
Commissioner.

2. Nomination papers can be obtained from The Elections Office, Cornwall Council, Luxstowe  read more »

Strategic Partnership: The challenges ahead for county | This is Cornwall

As reported in The Cornishman/West Briton

LAST week the Cornish newspapers asked: "Was this the day local democracy in Cornwall died?"  read more »

Branch line | This is Cornwall

As reported in The Cornishman/West Briton  read more »

120821 | Buoys marking entrance to harbour changed | John Bennett

From John Bennett's website 21 August 2012:  read more »

120622 | Food Standards Agency - Search for food hygiene ratings

Spotted on Cornwall Council website Friday 22 June 2012  read more »

The Council Corner - Hayle Pump April/May 2012

South Quay Supermarket Application

The Town Council has just received notification that the Secretary of State, after careful consideration, will not be calling in the application for his determination and has decided that the application should be determined at local level. He considers that proposals to build a supermarket on South Quay do not give rise to sufficient conflict with national policies, the value of the World Heritage Site or the vitality or viability of Hayle Town centre.
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