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Liskeard’s new Pannier Market opens on May 25.
THE much-anticipated programme about Liskeard’s involvement in the Portas Pilot scheme aired on Channel 4.
CORNWALL head for Twickenham on Sunday, May 26, where they will take on Lancashire in the county championship final.
Liskeard could face a gloomy Christmas with the emergence of a threat to the future of its festive lights.
A LISKEARD schoolgirl stars in a new national advert for Cornish ice cream company Kelly’s.
POLPERRO is gearing up for the village’s 18th arts and music festival, which this year takes place on June 15-23.
THE Cornish Cross at Saltash was officially launched when television personalities Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan unveiled a plaque.
Plymouth University welcomed a new member to its team in the form of ‘one week job’ man Matt Frost.
LISKEARD Town Council got down to the nitty gritty on Tuesday night – or should that be knitty gritty.
Liskeard will feature on national television on Tuesday (May 21) – and is also going to be on national radio later this month.
LISKEARD did honour to one of its elders, John Lewis Rapson, Bard of the Gorsedh Kernow, revered town burgess and longest-serving member of the Liskeard Old Cornwall Society on the occasion of his 90th birthday.
A PROMISING young karter from Liskeard has started his first racing season in style – by winning a trophy, and meeting one of his Formula 1 heroes.
THE Cornish Cross at Saltash was due to be officially launched on Friday afternoon with TV personalities Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan in attendance to give a short speech supporting the new sculpture.
PUPILS at a primary school are reading to a dog once a week.
THE elections have led to a major shake-up in local politics in Liskeard.
A NEW attraction for South East Cornwall has been launched with the arrival of Adventure Segway at Mount Edgcumbe Country Park on the Rame Peninsula.
MAJOR repairs are due to begin on a busy road which has been closed since the Looe landslip tragedy.
MORE than 240 competitors, double the number from the 2012 event, will be taking to the roads around Liskeard on Sunday morning (May 5) as part of the first of the 2013 Cornwall Triathlon Series, organised by Carrick Leisure.
LISKEARD’S newly-refurbished toilets at Westbourne and Sungirt car parks have been opened to the public and will now be run by Liskeard Town Council.
A FARMING family has spoken of the devastating fire which hit their bungalow.
Sir Ray Tindle
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