Meet the Cornish mum who is designing swimwear for her daughter
This mum thought that swimwear on the high street was too exposing for her teenage daughter - so she designed her own.
Review: Jonathan Pie’s ‘Back to the Studio’ tour
Hilarious and thought-proking, but not for the easily offended.
SCOOPFAL live blog: Today’s breaking news – Friday, March 23
Good morning and welcome to your daily breaking news round-up on Truthfal.
‘I rip my hair out at night’: Is the deadline pressure too much?
Business rates: A threat to Falmouth’s independent trade
TruthFal's Max Carey and Chloe Sweet investigate to what extent the cost of rates in Falmouth are to blame for the closure of independent businesses.
NUS Debate: Are students adequately represented?
Weather Watch: St Petroc’s Society opens emergency shelter
Homelessness in Cornwall may have decreased, but St Petroc's say that we still have a "long way to go".
‘Hands off our pensions!’: Day two of University strikes
Chris Jones talks to the striking Exeter lecturers on the picket lines at the entrance to the Penryn Campus as the UCU strike over pensions enters its second day
Screwed! – The Sex Podcast for Students
SCREWED! The sex and relationship podcast presented by, Chloe, Scarlet and James. This week we talk about millennials getting less action, fetishes, relationships and answer your burning questions.
Plans for £170m student accommodation project revealed
Truthfal's Chloe Sweet discuss Falmouth's desperate housing crisis and plans for £170 million student accommodation project.
Lad culture – is it time to ban the banter?
In the wake of the CSM hi-vis scandal, Truthfal's Chloe Sweet asks if lad culture needs taming.
Fantastic Falmouth: Living in the UK’s favourite town
After being voted one of the best places to live in the UK, Truthfal finds out why people love Falmouth so much.
Porn addiction in an increasingly sexual world
Safer town scheme set to secure Falmouth and five others
Not over yet: Matt Bolwell signs for a further year at the Cornish Pirates
Un_Rap: Falmouth’s new plastic-free shop
Town boss Westgarth reflects on win