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  • Bulk buy in advance and save money on parking by using the JustPark app 23 August 2019
    Residents and commuters who regularly park in selected long-stay Cornwall Council car parks can benefit from reduced rates for regular use by using the JustPark app to bulk buy JustPark multi-use tickets to pay for parking sessions. The JustPark app is a user-friendly, cashless payment system available on most smartphones.  Residents can download the JustPark […]
  • Council congratulates and reassures Cornwall's students on GCSE results day 22 August 2019
    It is several weeks since pens were downed following the last of this year's GCSE exams and students will be nervously checking their results this morning. It can be a worrying time for many of the teenagers, hoping to get the grades they need for the next part of their lives.  This could include further […]
  • Review of Direct Payments Scheme leads to changes to make them easier to understand and use 21 August 2019
    Adults who use Direct Payments in Cornwall will now find them much easier to understand and use, following a review by Cornwall Council. The Council worked with disAbility Cornwall and Isles of Scilly, a user led disabled people’s organisation, and people who use Direct Payments to change the adult social care Direct Payment Agreement, which […]
  • Last chance to nominate for Cornwall’s care awards 21 August 2019
    A final call out is being made for people to recognise the great care work taking place across the Duchy by making a nomination for the 'Care and Support Awards Cornwall and Isles of Scilly', which closes Friday 23 August. 'The Care and Support Awards Cornwall and Isles of Scilly' are hosted by Cornwall Adult […]
  • Counterfeit goods businessman ordered to pay back £750,000 or face five years more in prison 21 August 2019
    A man found guilty of running a fake goods business online has been ordered to hand back three quarters of a million pounds of illicit earnings – or face a further five years in prison. In August last year, Gregory William Whitehead, 50, most recently of Tregrehan Hill, St Austell, was jailed for 32 months […]