The Duchess of Cambridge helped steer a tall ship into harbour just hours before she and the Duke departed their royal tour of Canada.Read the full story ›
A two-year-old girl whose father was killed when the pair were swept into the sea in Newquay has died in hospital.Read the full story ›
A tonne of cocaine worth £80 million has been intercepted on a fishing trawler off the coast of Falmouth.Read the full story ›
An honest air ambulance pilot who touched down in a council-run car park during an emergency stopped to buy a ticket for the chopper.Read the full story ›
Prince Charles thought he had spilt some curry down his crisp white shirt - thanks to a joke from his wife.Read the full story ›
Nicolas Andre was on holiday in Cornwall with his wife Ann, when he spotted the 12-foot animal in distress in shallow waters.Read the full story ›
Police are continuing to establish the circumstances around Dagmara Przybysz's death but are not treating it as suspicious.Read the full story ›
Two men filmed shaking hands shortly after murdering Britain's youngest soldier to serve in Afghanistan have been jailed for life.Read the full story ›
The Prince of Wales' private estate has won an appeal against a ruling that it must disclose environmental data about a controversial oyster farm it owns.
Representatives for the Duchy of Cornwall successfully challenged a decision that it is a "public authority," which could have opened up its dealings to increased public scrutiny.
In November 2011 the estate was ordered to hand over information on the Port Navas oyster farm in Cornwall to local campaigner Michael Bruton, who claims that the farm is causing damage to the natural habitat.
But, in a ruling just released, an appeal tribunal declared the estate "is not a public authority" under environmental information rules.
Mr Justice Charles ruled that "the Duke of Cornwall is under no obligation" to provide the information sought by Mr Bruton.
David Shepherd drove 50 miles and took four trains after realising he had forgotten to put the important documents in the post.Read the full story ›