HomepageContact intoCornwall.com
Search intoCornwall.com:  
 
Google+     
The People of Nepal need Your Help.

Please Donate Now

Events titles:

Salsa


Click here for Archives


Newsgroups

General News

Business Opportunities

Charity Fundraising

Cornish Language

Eden COPD Walking for Health Group

Events

 

BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Plane crash evidence in Cornish lake
Evidence of a crashed World War Two plane is found at the bottom of a lake in Cornwall.

Fire at Carn Brea hillside site
Firefighters spend the night tackling a large gorse fire at the historic Carn Brea hillside site in Cornwall.

Child 'crushed' between two cars
A three year-old boy is seriously injured after being "crushed between two parked cars".

HMS Goliath centenary service held
A centenary memorial service is held in Cornwall for the local sailors who died serving on HMS Goliath.

Cyprus fall tourist dies in hospital
A British woman who went missing while on holiday in Cyprus after falling down an embankment dies in hospital.

Centenarian opens storm-hit landmark
A storm-battered clock tower is officially reopened by the village's oldest resident.

The strange day my father saved Harold Wilson’s life
Novelist Isabel Wolff reveals a family story

The UK town that loves solar power
How much could solar panel save you?

Albion boss targets Cornwall players
Plymouth Albion boss Graham Dawe says there is a 'strong possibility' he could sign some of Cornwall's county side.

Pirates sign Exeter youngster Oulton
Cornish Pirates sign Exeter Chiefs academy scrum-half Jack Oulton.

Cornwall trio make Counties squad
Cornwall's Ben Hilton, Craig Williams and Matt Shepherd are called up to the England Counties squad to tour Romania



BBC News | UK | World Edition
Cameron on trip to lobby EU leaders
David Cameron starts a tour of European capitals as a bill paving the way for the UK's EU referendum is launched in the House of Commons.

Methodist Church apologises for abuse
The UK's Methodist Church is to make a public apology after an investigation uncovered nearly 2,000 reported cases of abuse involving ministers, staff and members.

IS women discover 'harsh realities'
Young women travelling to Syria to join Islamic State often end up "domestically isolated in severe conditions", new research claims.

Labour objects to Hatton application
Labour's general secretary objects to a bid by former firebrand councillor Derek Hatton to rejoin the party.

MSPs to back plan to cut voting age
Holyrood is expected to back plans to allow those aged 16 and 17 to vote in Scottish Parliament and local elections.

Breast cancer 'alters bone to spread'
Breast cancers can change the structure of bone to make it easier to spread there, a study finds.

Doctors may be 'too slow' on cancer
GPs in the UK may be slower to refer patients with cancer than in other countries, a study suggests.

More powers Scotland Bill published
Legislation giving more power to the Scottish Parliament is due to begin its journey through Westminster.

Blair quits Middle East envoy role
Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair is to stand down from his role as Middle East envoy representing the US, Russia, the UN and the EU, sources confirm.

Lawrence evidence probe widens
An investigation into evidence given to the Stephen Lawrence murder inquiry by a former Met Police chief widens to include other senior officers.

Boy, eight, dies playing in cemetery
An eight-year-old boy dies and two 10-year-olds are injured in a "tragic accident" involving a falling headstone at a cemetery in Glasgow.

Officer explains reporter tip-off
An-ex prison officer at HMP Belmarsh tipped off a journalist about a chaplain having relationships with inmates because he believed it was being "swept under the carpet", a court hears.

Hashtag is 'children's word of year'
Hashtag is declared 'children's word of the year' by the Oxford University Press after analysis of entries to the BBC's 500 Words competition.

Pussy Galore back in new Bond novel
Pussy Galore is to be reunited with James Bond in an official new 007 novel by Anthony Horowitz.

Lough sand-dredging 'must stop'
Companies taking sand from the bed of Lough Neagh are told to stop or face prosecution.

Mortgage lending fell in early 2015
The number of people in Northern Ireland taking out a mortgage fell in the first quarter of 2015, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders.

Medical school cuts plan 'absurd'
Claims that patients and the NHS will suffer from 'absurd' plans to cut 63 medical academics are denied by the dean of Wales' biggest medical school.

No police action in hospital probe
No-one will be prosecuted after a police investigation into patient care at a hospital's mental health ward, BBC Wales understands.

'Rethink needed' over jailing women
The justice secretary says he wants a radical shake-up in the way women are punished for crimes.

Lawyers warn of cyclists' tram risk
Lawyers representing cyclists injured on Edinburgh's tram tracks have warned the city council it must take action to prevent a fatality.

Man hurt as home collapses on cars
A man is injured when part of a house collapses on to several cars in the West Midlands.

Triple murder deaths 'unimaginable'
The family of the victims in a suspected triple murder in Didcot describe it as an "unimaginable" tragedy.

Uefa wants Fifa election postponed
Fifa faces growing pressure to postpone its presidential election and Uefa says Friday's meeting risks becoming "a farce".

Murray prepares for Sousa clash
Andy Murray will play Joao Sousa, whom he has beaten in their five previous meetings, at the French Open on Thursday.

Thursday's gossip column
Real Madrid to target Raheem Sterling, Man City lead Pogba chase, Ancelotti keen to manage Liverpool, plus more.

Queen's Speech: Bill-by-bill
The government's legislative agenda for the year ahead has been announced, here's a guide to the bills that featured.

MSPs reject Assisted Suicide Bill
MSPs reject the Assisted Suicide Scotland Bill by 82 votes to 36 following a debate at Holyrood.

New powers to monitor internet use
New laws to give police and spies greater powers to monitor internet use are in the Queen's Speech - but campaigners say it is the return of the "snooper's charter".

VIDEO: Treasury Committee
The Treasury Committee hears from the Chancellor, George Osborne.

VIDEO: Kidnap fears over missing hotelier
A missing Wolverhampton hotelier could have been kidnapped in India, his family say.

VIDEO: Why the Common Dolphin is becoming more common
The BBC's John Maguire joins a scientific expedition that is studying the Common Dolphin population off the west coast of Scotland, and trying to find out why, until recently, it was quite a rare sight.

VIDEO: Lineker calls for Fifa 'boycott'
Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker says major football federations should boycott Fifa in the wake of fresh allegations of bribery at football's governing body.

VIDEO: Princess Irene explosion remembered
A memorial service has taken place 100 years after 353 people were killed when the mine-laying ship Princess Irene exploded in Sheerness.

VIDEO: Bercow tells SNP MPs not to clap
Speaker of the House John Bercow reminds Scottish National Party MPs to respect the traditions and conventions of the chamber, and refrain from clapping.

VIDEO: UKIP MP confronted by protesters
The UKIP MP Douglas Carswell has been confronted in the street by anti-austerity protesters near Westminster.

VIDEO: The options for £12bn welfare cuts
The Conservatives say they will freeze working-age benefits, including child benefit, for two years, but have still not spelt out what else will be targeted.

VIDEO: MP jokes at Speaker Bercow's expense
Former Tory minister Simon Burns jokes about "dastardly rumours" that he and Speaker John Bercow do not get on, in a laughter-filled speech to the Commons.

Did UK state collude with NI killers?
Did the state collude with NI killers?

The government's data law - an attack on encryption?
Another long battle likely over communications data

Workshops target forced marriage
The workshops helping women at risk

Why is 30 hours a week important?
Why is 30 hours a week the threshold for tax breaks?

Are erasers in school 'instruments of the devil'?
Are erasers in school 'an instrument of the devil'?

What's in a referendum question?
Are people more likely to vote Yes in the EU referendum?

 


Salsa





Salsa at Penzance.

See home page events diary

 

Select news from the left menu

 

 

 

© AWMP Creative Media, all rights reserved, modifications by Choughmountain Design