Cintia Horvath

SafeUp, a new app that makes women feel safer

Walking alone at night for women can be quite scary, since 2019, police recorded sexual offences increased by 28% since 2019 in Cornwall. SafeUp is an app that wishes to descrease this % and help women feel safer. Read more

Are calorized menus what people need?

TW. This story mentions calories, weight, weight loss and eating disorders. It’s been officially a year since the UK government implemented legal requirements for restaurants in the UK to label calories on their menus, so I wanted to find out what people have really thought of this change. Read more
Oscars 2023

The 95th Oscars working on inclusion ahead of new diversity rules

This years Oscars has taken small steps towards a more inclusive panel of winners, Michelle Yeoh became the first Asian woman to win best actress. Truthfal's Cintia reports. Read more

SU launches food pantry for those struggling with cost of living

Students who might otherwise go to community food banks can find 'long-shelf' items at a dedicated food pantry at the Penryn Campus - just part of a national picture of the pressures faced by many on campuses around the UK. Cintia Horvath reports... Read more

Sustainable arts festival coming to Falmouth

Evolve are hosting a sustainable music and arts event in Falmouth Town this weekend. Cintia Horvath reports with more. Read more

Fuel pricings going up from next week

Storm Eunice and the conflict in Ukraine have had a drastic impact on fuel prices in the UK with Cornwall being one of the worst affected areas. Read more

Falmouth University to host second Dragons’ Den

RealWORKS, Falmouth University's careers and employability service, is to host their second 'Dragon's Den', giving students the opportunity to pitch their business ideas to a panel of eager investors. Read more