The largest mechanical puppet ever constructed in the UK is currently strutting across Cornwall.Read the full story ›
A teenager from Ukraine who's been living in Cornwall is hoping that a hearing next month will allow her to stay in the country.Read the full story ›
A series of graphic pictures have been released showing experts carrying out a post-mortem on a beached whale - including its squid lunch.Read the full story ›
Some businesses in Bodmin are warning they may have no option but to close when major roadworks start in September.Read the full story ›
A body has been found in the search for a missing woman from Bodmin.
Elaine Alcock, 54, was last seen in the town on Wednesday. But two days later Police discovered a body in woodland near the camel trail.
Although no formal identification has taken place, officers have informed Elaine's family, and a planned search by the local community has been called off.
Around 100 people gathered on Truro's Lemon Quay this lunchtime urging solidarity post Brexit.
The peaceful demonstration was organised by Stand Together Cornwall. Many held banners asking people to 'love, not hate'.
A motorcyclist killed after an accident near Camborne yesterday (28th June) has been named as 53-year-old Stephen Fitch.
Mr Fitch, from Connor Downs, was riding on the A3047 at around 7.40am when it collided with a tractor pulling a trailer. Mr Fitch was airlifted to the Royal Cornwall Hospital where he later died.
Police are still appealing for witnesses and are asking people to call the non-emergency 101 number or email email@example.com quoting log number 0135 of 28 June 2016.
The A374 in Cornwall is currently closed with stationary traffic due to an accident and accident investigation work.
The accident has happened around half a mile from Sheviock, and is affecting drivers travelling between Sheviock and Trerulefoot.
As the news that Britain has chosen to leave the EU sinks in, people in a Cornish diner have been sharing their thoughts over breakfastRead the full story ›
The Buffini Chao Foundation, agreed to provide the funding after reading about the Wave Project in a leaflet during their annual holiday at Watergate Bay.
Their donation will enable the Cornwall-based charity to team up with 10 schools in Cornwall and offer a series of classes on the beach, which combine surfing with a specific subject area.