Tuition fees are not changing, neither is your qualification
Charlie Currie discusses tuition fees and how it makes no difference in the impact it has on students.
The Budget 2021: What does this mean for you and me?
Charlie Currie dissects the Chancellor's Budget proposal for the coming year
Petition calls suicide reporting into question after inquest
Following on from a MailOnline article which sparked outrage for its sensitivity after a Coroners inquest, Charlie Currie explores the issue of suicide reporting.
Caroline Flack inquest is over, is social media to blame?
Three weeks away from her court case, Caroline Flack was found dead in her London home.
Cabinet Reshuffle Round up
Who’s in and who’s out after a dramatic day of political changes?
Elderly Man dies in car crash near Falmouth
Following a two-car crash in Mawnan Smith at 0710hrs on Wednesday, a man in his 70s was pronounced dead at the scene.
UPDATE: Rishi Sunak appointed as Chancellor
Truthfal will keep you up to date on the latest as the story unfolds.
Falmouth and Exeter celebrate sex and Valentine’s day
Truthfal spoke to the President of Welfare and Inclusivity at Falmouth University, Allie Guy, to discuss sexual health, stigmas and the Sexhibition.
Storm Ciara batters Portreath
Portreath has felt the full-front of bad weather as waves of up to 28ft have been crashing in.
Attorney General sacked in PM’s Cabinet Reshuffle
Geoffrey Cox has confirmed he will be stepping down as the Chief Legal Advisor.
Tour of Britain route through Falmouth revealed
Falmouth has been introduced into the Tour of Britain, starting on 6th September 2020.
Spotkick: Noah Abbott discusses the now-broken European Super League
Moving Forward: How to Break into Culture Writing with Amber Jackson
What do the people of Falmouth know about the G7?
Maya Gebeily; on journalism and why vicarious trauma is part of her process
Imposter syndrome – with renowned freelance journalist Lennox Morrison