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Rules for giving out taxi and private hire cab licences are dubbed "not fit for the modern world". A hospital trust "apologises unreservedly" for a series of failures that led to Coco Bradford's death. This evening will see some scattered showers at first but they'll die away to leave it mostly dry overnight with clear spells. One Cornish hospitality restaurant and training centre may have clues on boosting low UK productivity.

The Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust has issued a statement apologising "unreservedly" in the case of Coco Rose Bradford, a Cornish six-year old-with autism , who was seen at the emergency department at Treliske days before her death at a Bristol hospital in the summer of The government's climate advisors have warned more than 1.

It added hundreds of miles of major roads and railway lines, 92 railway stations and even 55 historic landfill sites will be at risk of coastal flooding or erosion by Already, , properties are at risk from coastal flooding and 8, from erosion with places such as Dawlish in Devon are already being hit by floods, coastal storms and erosion. Campaigners are collecting people's views on how the Cornish stretch of the A38 could be made safer. The Safe38 community group will then hand the suggestions to the council on Monday, ahead of a meeting with the Transport Secretary.

There are long-term hopes of a dual carriageway road from Exeter to Bodmin, but Councillor Jesse Foot says something has to be done in the short term. We can't wait any longer. Any more collisions or any more fatalities would be unacceptable. Anything we can do in the short term to make the road a little bit safer is what we're asking for.

Highways England says safety on the road where there have been several fatal accidents is a priority. It'll be a cloudy start to the day with some patchy rain, although it will brighten up during the morning. A cold and windy afternoon with a mix of sunny spells and isolated blustery showers will follow, mainly fading out later in the day. Winds are going to be north-westerly, mainly fresh at first, but increasing strong a times during the afternoon.

Paul Lindsay-Jones says the corner of the multi-storey in Truro is his own "eight-storey hotel". Towards dawn, outbreaks of rain will move in from the northwest on increasing northwesterly winds.

Officials say not using a condom significantly increases the chances of contracting the disease which if left untreated can cause major health issues. The Red Arrows will not perform in Cornwall next year , Falmouth officials have revealed. It comes as the team announced it will embark on a nine-week North American in Doctors are reassuring patients in the South West that there isn't a shortage of the flu vaccine. Some people have been told by their surgeries that they may have to wait until November to have their jabs.

Through Thursday morning, any fog will disperse and the low cloud will lift, leaving a dry and partly cloudy day with some bright spells. Local Democracy Reporting Service. A senior councillor has warned that reducing the number of Cornwall councillors may not result in any financial savings as allowances could rise. Those changes are set to be implemented in when the next elections for the authority are set to take place. With the council currently drawing up its budget and reviewing its medium term financial plan MTFP , it has allocated in its draft plan that there could be savings from the cut.

However, Malcolm Brown - leader of the Liberal Democrat group at County Hall - said those savings "may not materialise". The project shows the location over 1, ships lying on the seabed off the south coast. Even more money was lost through scam emails, letters and telephone calls - although it is hard to put an exact figure on the cost because "people often feel too embarrassed or ashamed to report it", Cornwall Council said.

Elderly and vulnerable people are particular targets for rogue traders who often prey on people living alone, offering services such as roofing, paving or gardening that is not needed or is extortionately priced. The council is now working with the police, volunteers and local councillors to provide support to victims. Victims of rogue traders can suffer devastating effects that can lead to long-lasting damage to their mental and physical health.

People are left scared and vulnerable in their own home but won't always reach out for support because they feel embarrassed or humiliated, leading to long term problems. In fact, research has shown that victims of doorstep fraud are twice as likely to move into residential care within two years of a crime. Small businesses in the South West are calling on the government to abolish business rates in next week's budget.

They're arguing it's a dated tax that is crippling high streets in Devon, Cornwall and elsewhere. The Federation of Small Businesses FSB says shops already face tough competition from online retailers, high parking fees and bank closures and the rates are unjustified in the current environment. Cash from the Heritage Lottery Fund is helping to improve access to 20 historic visitor attractions in the South West for people with disabilities.

The charity, Heritage Disability is installing ramps, lifts - where possible - as well as specially tailored routes and guides. On arrival, crews found a fire on the outside of the building that had spread to the porch of the property. The father of a Cornish teenager with a rare brain condition says there seem to be some gaps in the NHS for adolescent care. Her father Johnnie Wells says her care at the Royal Cornwall Hospital has been excellent, but because she's neither a child nor an adult, accessing specialist care elsewhere in the country has been tricky.

Half a million pounds of Heritage lottery cash is making life better for thousands of disabled people in the South West. Castle Drogo on Dartmoor is one of 20 historic visitor attractions that will be using the money to improve access for deaf and blind people as well as wheelchair users.

The charity 'Heritage Disability' says where access can't be improved it'll provide things like virtual tours and more easily accessible guides. Once any early mist patches have cleared, Wednesday will be dry and generally fine with sunny periods and patchy cloud cover.

Great Western Railway's punctuality levels need to be improved, according to the company's managing director. Mark Hopwood's comments come after more delays for travellers on Monday and Tuesday to travellers on the Plymouth Penzance service. Mr Hopwood said that while the fleet of new, larger Intercity Express trains being introduced across the network were already showing improved reliability, there was still much work to do.

Parish and town councils have increasingly taken on the job as the county council makes budget cuts. Cornwall Council says transferring responsibility for running the toilets has "saved a great many public toilets from closure". Speaking before a parliamentary committee, Independent Cornwall Councillor Bob Egerton said there's only so much that smaller authorities can do The percentage of restaurants that sell fast food in Devon and Cornwall has dropped in the past eight years.

The total number of fast food outlets has actually increased, but not as fast as the total number of restaurants. Devon and Cornwall Police is trialling a scheme that allows officers to arrange medical help for people with low-level mental health problems before they reach crisis point. The project means officers across the whole force area are able to call in a mental health nurse even if the person they are concerned about hasn't committed an offence.

They're due to deal with anything from shouting in the street, to people who are self harming and having suicidal thoughts. Statistics show that Devon only has 46 fast food outlets per , people, giving it a ranking of out of the local authorities. Wokingham is at the bottom of the list with 27 outlets, while Westminster is top with , meaning there is a fast food restaurant for every people in the area.

Any overnight mist patches will then lift this morning to leave a dry day with some sunshine at times, but this will often be hazy due to high cloud cover.

The FOI also asked whether any of the severance payments were made to staff who had either made a complaint of sexual assault or sexual harassment or had such a complaint made against them.

A seal that had a "plastic noose" removed from around its neck - after being caught in it for four months - is now "healed and thriving in the wild". He'd become entangled in a green fishing net and became known as "Lucky Star" in the hope he would be able to be rescued. Researcher Kate said they "hardly dared hope" it was him but after putting his catalogue photo next to the one they took in the field, they were "overjoyed" to find it was. Tests will now be done further afield - out of the county - in Exeter or Bristol, but it's thought the new method will be more accurate and cut down on delays.

At the moment, women in Cornwall are facing long delays in waiting for the results of cervical screening, leading to fears that waits of over two months will put some people off getting tested. Cornish Pirates boss Alan Paver blames early mistakes as his side are edged out at at home by Bedford in the Championship. Police say reports of drink spiking in Devon and Cornwall have risen from four in to 76 in A woman whose son died has persuaded MPs to discuss better training in autism and learning disability.

The spike in people taking the test is partly down to the singer, examiners say. Jasmine Rook rang a help line that failed to return her call and a week later she took her own life. Force admits failings over officer training on an emergency restraint belt after Mr Orchard's death. A dry Friday night is expected.

Skies are expected to remain clear, and with light winds, patchy mist and fog is anticipated to form widely away from coastal districts. Not as chilly as recent nights. A foggy start for some districts away from the coasts. Through Saturday morning, fog patches should slowly lift to reveal a fine day.

Just a risk that mist may linger into the afternoon here and there. Devon and Cornwall Police has pleaded guilty at Bristol Crown Court to health and safety breaches following the death of Thomas Orchard, who died in custody in October The force admitted the breach on the basis that there were failings over how officers were trained to use the emergency restraint belt, but the force has not accepted that the belt lead directly to Mr Orchard's death.

The former Bristol City manager seemed perplexed when he was asked "What's the problem? After a period of puzzlement, it was eventually revealed the show's producer had dialled the wrong number and the wrong guest was put on air. We like to think Radio Cornwall is a station that can laugh at itself. The commissioner is described as being "the voice of the people" who "holds the police to account" for residents in Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

It follows news that people in need in Cornwall are sometimes being housed in hotels in Devon, amounting to nights over three years.

Housing cabinet member Andrew Mitchell said he wanted the council to dip into its capital fund to address the shortage of emergency housing in Cornwall. It will be a chilly start for some parts on Friday, with any isolated mist or fog patches clearing quite quickly.

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