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Cambridge Evening News
'70 jobs at risk' at Bar Hill print works
Up to 70 jobs are feared to be at risk in Bar Hill with MPG Printgroup, which took over the historic printing business of Cambridge University Press less than a year ago, reportedly poised to go into administration.
Thu May 16, 2013
INTEREST: Helston's prolific striker Mark Goldsworthy.
HELSTON Athletic manager Sid Taylor admits it is almost 'inevitable' that the club's best players will attract interest this summer following their achievements this season.
Tue May 14, 2013
Main image for West End Motors (Bodmin) Ltd
Aftersales department: Monday - Friday: 08.00 to 17.30 Saturday: 08.00 to 12.00 Sunday: Closed Sales department: Monday to Friday: 08.30 - 18.00 Saturday: 08.30 - 17.30 Sunday 10.00 - 16.00 Based in Bodmin, our 3 acre site displays a large range of the newest Nissan and Vauxhall vehicles in our light, airy and beautiful showroom.
Mon May 13, 2013
Mountain Biking UK
Video: New trails at Cardinham Woods
Came in to work this morning to find a link to this on our Facebook wall and thought we'd share it with the rest you! Cardinham Woods in Bodmin, Cornwall , have some brand new trails, which have opened in time for summer.
Sun May 12, 2013
Bodmin Town celebrate their Throgmorton Cup final win over Elburton Villa.
Darren Gilbert's side had already clinched the league championship and the Cornwall Senior Cup and they were worthy winners of the league cup final.
Fri May 10, 2013
'Home sweet home' near family for Penryn disabled man
A 43-year-old Penryn man with learning disabilities has been able to move closer to his family, thanks to the opening of a new care home in the town he grew up in.
Wed May 08, 2013
Demo over disabled row councillor
Campaigners have demonstrated in Cornwall following the re-election of a councillor who previously said disabled children "should be put down". A meeting had been scheduled in Truro earlier between leaders of disability groups and the councillor, but was postponed as Mr Brewer is unwell.
G Whizz Godolphin celebrate league title
IT could have been pouring down with rain and blowing a hoolie in Newquay on Saturday, nothing was going to stop Godolphin Atlantic Football Club from enjoying their big day.
Electoral response to disabled slur
WINNING WAYS: Pete Skea, who has cerebral palsy and stood for election in response to comments made by Wadebridge councillor Collin Brewer about disabled children, has won a seat on Bodmin Town Council.
Mon May 06, 2013
Speedboat crash: Brother's tribute to Sky executive Nick Milligan killed in Padstow accident
Swansea City star Ashley Williams says the Swans have taken their eye off the ball but were back on song against Manchester City Bronwen Lewis, from Neath, told WalesOnline she had no intention of giving up on her mission to bring Welsh to a wider audience despite not progressing on BBC One's The Voice talent show.
Wed May 01, 2013
Park free to cast your vote
BODMIN residents will be treated to 30 minutes of free parking on election day as a bid to get more people to vote.
Western morning News
Alexander Channer pleaded guilty to the murder of Colin Payne, right, with a rolling pin and pillows
An obese man who hated going out during the day because of abuse over his weight, murdered his lover after being asked to buy some sherry from a supermarket.
published Adam Halls from St Cleer: 'I died six times and survived'
A MAN who was miraculously saved after he "died" six times at his friend's wedding reception is to raise awareness of the condition that almost took his life.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Western Morning News published Parliament bar gets a taste of Bodmin
A Cornish brewery is winning a new audience after making its debut in one of the country's most exclusive venues.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Museum find brings the Beast of Bodmin back under the spotlight
When the dipping sun is replaced by shrouding darkness, long told tales of a dark snarling predator, teeth stained red with the blood of its prey, heighten the senses and chill the soul.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Canadian Lynx: Big Cat Prowled UK Countryside
The animal, over twice as big as a domestic cat, was shot in Devon in the early 1900s after it killed two dogs, records show.