Lexi Goodland

Falmouth band BAGGS launch gnarly EP at Blackdog Haircutters

New local grunge-rock band launch their debut EP 'For Life'. Read more

Brexit sparks concerns in students for Erasmus+ scheme

Students fear the impact Brexit may have on the ability to study abroad. Read more

Fal Uni Presidential candidates Art Attack challenge

Lexi Goodland attended the Presidential candidates Art Attack event which aims to make art out of their manifestos. Read more

What does Valentine’s Day really mean to me?

The honest truth about Valentine's Day. Read more

Eden lights up for Christmas

Explore the festive experience at Eden this Christmas. Read more

Fatal accident calls into question safety of Killigrew Street

Following up the report of a fatal accident on Killigrew Street in Falmouth, Lexi Goodland talks to locals about their concerns for the safety of the busy street. Read more

Over a pasty with Peter

Lexi Goodland sits down with Peter Flude, award-winning student photojournalist, to talk all things photography. Oh, and there were pasties involved. Read more

‘Sounds Delicious’: A Musical Dinner

Explore the pop-up musical dining experience hosted by music student, Maya Diegel. Read more

Breaking news: Man hit by car in Falmouth

Lexi Goodland reports from Killigrew Street Read more

Cornwall Air Ambulance launches two-year fundraising campaign for new medically enhanced helicopter

As Cornwall Air Ambulance plans to upgrade to a next generation helicopter, they launch a £2.5 million fundraising campaign to take place over the next two years. Read more
Gylly Beach Café strategises eco-friendly improvements following Falmouth achieving the ‘plastic-free’ status

Gylly Beach Café strategises eco-friendly improvements following Falmouth achieving the ‘plastic-free’ status

As Falmouth achieves the coveted plastic-free status, the popular Gylly Beach Café lines up strategies to continue this eco-friendly attitude. Read more

Mousehole resident to complete 12,000 km motorcycle rally across Asia for ActionAid

Rose Cecil and the Band of Bikers are set to travel 12,000 kms on motorcycles across Asia in aid of ActionAid. Read more