Safer town scheme set to secure Falmouth and five others
The Safer Towns initiative is expanding- Will Candelent finds out more...
Not over yet: Matt Bolwell signs for a further year at the Cornish Pirates
Matt Bolwell has signed a further year contract at the Cornish Pirates. Will Candelent finds out more...
5AM wake up routine: University student edition
Can university students follow a Navy Seal’s 5AM morning routine? William Candelent reports.
‘Flavours of Falmouth 2019’ showcases local businesses
Good food and local music in one place - what more can you ask for? Truthfal's Will Candelent reports.
Running for me #ForMeUK
‘For me’ campaign - Combatting mental health through sport. Today’s episode features Creative Events Management student Viki Hooker to understand the reason why running holds such a strong place in her heart.
Late night pasties rejected by Cornwall Council
Sonia Papper, owner of The Pasty Shack in Falmouth, has been denied initial request for a late night license to cater for student revellers looking to follow their pint with a pasty.
Anonymous letter sweeps Falmouth
Salvation Army welcomes all for free Christmas dinners
The Salvation Army are continuing their annual Christmas dinner tradition by using donations to fill bellies and hearts of those in need. Will Candelent reports.
Police investigate ‘hate letter’ targeting Falmouth students
Police are investigating a hate letter who are aiming to make Falmouth a "no-go zone" for university students. What do the students think?
Staying put: Truro City have another year at Treyew Road
William Candelent and Harry Tribe bring us to Truro where Truro City have recently confirmed they will be play their home matches at Treyew Road
Liberal Democrats accuse government of neglecting students during the pandemic
G7 safeguarding plans spark hope for a greener life post COVID
Covid passports: a good thing or restricting our rights to freedom?
Countdown to Tokyo Olympics met with anxiety and apprehension
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