A30 plans
Infrared speed detection
Dog in pub

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Jam and cream are used "in the wrong order" on a cream tea advert at a Cornish National Trust landmark.

Cornwall Council say they have been fining construction company Kier £2,400 per day for lane closures on the A30 at Temple. The remedial work is expected to finish on March 22nd. If it opens on schedule Cornwall will receive a total of £387,000 in fines.

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There are reports from across Cornwall that many stores ran out of bread, milk and fresh vegetables over the weekend. Deliveries were disrupted because of the snow. Does our food supply system in Cornwall lack resilience?

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Cornish MP Steve Double is leading a debate at Westminster today on a potential ban on live animal exports. After 12 noon we'll hear from the MP and from the NFU in Cornwall. Your views?

Ministers are 'looking at all options' on export of live animals, with a consultation set for spring.

Residents in Mousehole are protesting about proposals for a 15 metre mobile phone mast. A blight on our landscape or a vital part of the communication network in Cornwall ?

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Adam Paynter, leader of Cornwall Council will be in the studio this afternoon with Laurence Reed taking your questions from 12.30. Council tax is set to go up by 4.99% this year. Is this justified ?

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There's been another ALLEGED sighting of several big cats in mid Cornwall. Do you think stories like this have any credibility ? NB Archive photo

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Should more Blue Badges be issued to people with dementia and learning disabilities? The Government is considering 'hidden disabilities' in a review of the scheme.

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The owner of this brand new car wrote it off after just 4 hours -
Police believe the driver was distracted trying to work out how to use the cruise control. Have you ever been bamboozled by new technology?

“Brand new Volvo meets slowing down Artic lorry. Not pretty, but no injuries. A30 westbound at Cheriton Bishop. JLF”

Many of the migrant workers have told the BBC they're unhappy about the use of the word "slavery". Devon & Cornwall Police say their investigation into allegations of modern slavery are continuing.

Around 100 workers gathered outside a police station.

An effective way to cut smoking rates? Or a waste of public money?

A review into e-cigarettes found they were far safer than smoking, Public Health England says.

Have you ever worked in the the fields ? As farmers struggle to recruit Eastern European labourers would young people in Cornwall be willing to spend a day in the fields ?

Recruitment to farms in Cornwall has become more difficult since Brexit, research suggests.

Should we call time on 'glamour girls' being paraded at sporting events?

'Grid girls' will no longer be used by Formula 1 from the start of the 2018 World Championship season.

Laurence Reed is back in the Big Lunchtime Chair - and he'd love your calls on the newly revealed plans to dual the A30 between Carland Cross and Chiverton Cross roundabout. Your views?

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When did you last drive past a speed detection vehicle? The police are using infrared technology to catch speeding motorists. Take a look inside the van.

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A south west police and crime commissioner is lobbying the government for a drastic reduction in the blood alcohol limit for drink driving. Is it OK to have one drink and get behind the wheel?

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