Let's Go is probably not the first place you would think of if you were trying to find one of the rising stars of the music world - but that's exactly where you would find Shane Whitehead as he prepares to embark on his inaugural tour of America.
Drone incident likely to be 'complex' case says Civil Aviation Authority
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The UK's aircraft regulator says the incident in which a drone had a "near miss" with a passenger plane will need to be "fully investigated".
Police in Cornwall are searching for the operator of the drone that came close to a passenger aircraft as the plane came into land at Newquay airport on Tuesday.
A spokesperson for the Civil Aviation Authority said: "Airspace proximity incidents, whether involving two aircraft, or a drone and an aircraft, need to be fully investigated to establish the level of risk involved.
"These types of incidents can often be highly complex and a number of different issues must be considered."
Cornwall surfer Oli Adams fights back from Crohn's disease
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Surfer Oli Adams has vowed to fight back to the top after being diagnosed with Crohn's disease.
Adams, 31, was surfing on the World Tour when he was diagnosed with Crohn's disease eight years ago.
But last year his medication stopped working and he needed emergency surgery.
Now he is fit and healthy for the first time and has been competing at the Boardmasters competition in his home town of Newquay, Cornwall.
Crohn's disease is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease that affects the body's ability to digest food properly and absorb nutrients.
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Airport officials were made aware of a "potentially dangerous" drone when the pilot of a Flybe passenger plane reported it flying alongside the aircraft about two miles south of Newquay Airport runway on Tuesday.
Police are still searching for the drone's owner.
Devon and Cornwall Police has called the incident "a totally irresponsible act".
Urgent police appeal for missing woman
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The disappearance of Bulgarian woman, Gergana Prodonova, 38, has sparked a murder investigation.
Devon and Cornwall Police has arrested a 42-year-old Bulgarian man on suspicion of murder in connection with Ms Prodonova's disappearance from Exeter.
Det Supt Paul Burgan said: "If you have seen Gergana since 4 August, or if you know her current whereabouts, please get in touch with police now. Call 101 or email email@example.com and quote log number 462 of the 8th of August.
"We are extremely concerned for Gergana's welfare and safety and would welcome any information that the public can give us."
"It's been so frustrating, as anyone who's had an injury will know," Morgan, who has been selected as skipper for a third season, told BBC Radio Cornwall. "I'm really pleased to be able to do a full pre-season with everyone and be into it for the start of the season."
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Fears are growing for the welfare of a teenager from Devon who has been missing for days.
South Crofty mine re-opening 'could cost about £130m'
Neil Gallacher, Business & Industry Correspondent
The cost of resurrecting the defunct South Crofty tin mine could be in the region of £130m - the cost of a similar project at Hemerdon Mine.
The tin and tungsten mine was Britain's first metal mine to open in 40 years.
Crofty is a deeper mine, which could be more costly, but it has significant mine infrastructure that could be used.
Today, Canadian mining specialists - who are working up the latest plan to revive tin mining in Cornwall - have released their plans for South Crofty. It was the last surviving mine in the county until it closed in 1998.