Four Royal Marine landing crafts have begun rescuing more than 40 cars that were left cut off by storms over Christmas.
A fisherman has embarked on a voyage on the High Seas of social media in an attempt to dispel myths about his trade in the media.
A father of four who was killed in a speedboat accident along with his eight-year-old daughter doted on his family", his brother has said.
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall have been celebrating Britain's heatwave with a trip to the seaside.
Charles and Camilla started their annual summer tour of Devon and Cornwall in the popular tourist town of Bude.
Hundreds people lined the streets of the town to greet the royal couple with Union Jacks.
A hot air balloon seen "spinning uncontrollably" has crash-landed in sand dunes in Cornwall.
Four people were on board when the balloon had to make an emergency landing in the Crantock area of Newquay in Cornwall.
They were unharmed during the incident, Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service said.
The fire service was alerted to the incident at 8.09pm on Sunday by Newquay Airport officials, who had been in contact with the balloon.
Police have launched an investigation after a man died when his car went over a cliff in Newquay this morning.
Devon and Cornwall Police said it is understood the car landed just above the water line as the tide had gone out.
The man, who has yet to be named, died at the scene.
A police spokesman said, “This was an isolated incident and there doesn’t appear to be any suspicious circumstances at this time. No other vehicles were involved and there were no other casualties".
Police have launched an investigation to establish the circumstances of the incident.
A man has died after a car came off a cliff in Newquay this morning.
Falmouth Coastguard coordinated a rescue attempt shortly after 7am this morning but a man was declared dead at the scene, police said.
The Queen met members of a lifeboat crew and admired the RNLB The Princess Royal during a visit to St Ives RNLI in Cornwall.
Hundreds of well-wishers cheered and waved in the Cornish sunshine to welcome the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh.
The Queen, wearing a lilac coat and matching hat with a black patent handbag and court shoes, and Philip, in a dark suit and gold tie, arrived at St Erth station on the Royal Train before transferring to a scheduled service to St Ives.
They were then taken by car to St Ives RNLI, where they were greeted at 10.40am by hundreds of locals who lined the seafront.
The driver of a speedboat which killed two members of the same family as it raged out of control was not attached to a safety device designed to cut power in an emergency, investigators have said.
Nick Milligan, 51, the managing director of Sky's advertising sales division, Sky Media, was declared dead at the scene in Padstow, Cornwall, with his daughter, Emily, eight, following the incident on Sunday, May 5.
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch report states: "The [boat] was fitted with a kill cord, but this was not attached to the driver at the time of the accident.
"Consequently, when the driver was ejected from the boat, the kill cord did not operate to stop the engine and the [boat] continued to circle out of control, and at speed."
It said the boat ran over members of the family "a number of times" as it circled in the water.
Rory McGrath - best known as a panellist on the sports quiz They Think It's All Over - has been arrested on suspicion of assault following an incident in Cornwall, which left a man with a bloody nose and scratches on his face.
The incident happened at around 10.15pm on Friday.
A spokesman for Devon and Cornwall Police said: "Police were called to a property in the Pool area, near Redruth, following a report that a man had assaulted a male and female couple, who it is understood, were attempting to assist this man who was heavily in drink.
"A man in his late 40s received a bloody nose and scratches to the face. A 57-year-old man from the Cambridge area was arrested for common assault and an ABH assault.
"He has been bailed until 5 July while police carry out further enquiries."
Police are to investigate a councillor who in an interview allegedly compared disabled children to deformed lambs.
Devon and Cornwall Police confirmed the force had received complaints about Collin Brewer and was looking into whether any offence had been committed.
During an interview with the Disability News Service, Mr Brewer is said to have raised concerns about the "burden" of disabled children.
He also reportedly compared farmers' treatment of deformed lambs to the way disabled children are dealt with.
Yesterday, the leaders of the majority of the parties on Cornwall Council issued a joint statement distancing themselves from his comments.
"The recently published comments which are attributed to Councillor Brewer are completely unacceptable and are contrary to the council's policy of supporting all people with disabilities" a statement said.