Amy Wall

Out of sight out of mind? Falmouth reacts to Westminster attack

Amy Wall investigates what local people are thinking in the aftermath of the Westminster attacks.

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Warning: ink envy. Tattoo art exhibition at Maritime Museum

Emily Furness and Amy Wall check out the new opening of British Tattoo Art Revealed exhibition at The National Maritime Museum, Falmouth.

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Stormy waters ahead? Cornwall’s fishing industry post Brexit

Amy Wall reports from Newlyn for Earfal on the future for Cornwall's fishing industry post-Brexit

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Does this float your boat? Self-sufficient Fal cafe planned

Plans to open a floating river café similar to those in World War One, have been postponed due to environmental concerns.

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The bulletin: Your TRUTHFal round-up for December 2, 2016

A quick count down of today's top stories by Amy Wall

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When a night out has fatal consequences: One punch killings

Emily Furness and Amy Wall discuss the rising awareness of One Punch Killings.

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The fight to find a political voice for UK youth

Young people within the UK are now being encouraged to become more politically active, with Youth Councils springing up nationwide

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