A family of six has been taken to hospital after a carbon monoxide leak at their home in Helston, Cornwall.Read the full story ›
The RAC says a "far greater" number of cars will be out on the roads compared to 2015, and are warning of three West Country "blackspots"Read the full story ›
A 21 year-old man has been found guilty of murdering a young British soldier after a night out in his home town of Redruth.Read the full story ›
Cornwall's leisure centres could all be sold off in a matter of months as the council tries to save money.Read the full story ›
An elderly woman and her blind dog have been rescued after being cut off by the tide in an estuary in Newquay.Read the full story ›
Almost 800 homes are without power in parts of Cornwall.
Western Power engineers are hoping to have supplies restored by 11pm.
A large recruitment drive has been launched for the next generation of James Bond spies, in Cornwall.
The Cornwall brand of Britain's biggest intelligence agency GCHQ has announced it's looking for spies to be based at the National Cyber Security Centre to help them tackle the global security threat posed by hackers.
The head of station, who's to remain anonymous, said it was working closely with local schools and colleges to develop the spy skills needed to get a job at GCHQ.
Over the past couple of years we have recruited 90 extra staff. We are looking for people with skills in IT and software development, an aptitude for cyber work and an interest in security.
You have to be curious, intelligent, alert and interested in what's going on.
Young spies would be working at the secret site that covers 85 acres on a clifftop in Bude, Cornwall.
A search is underway in Wales for a missing man from Cornwall.
The 24 year old crewman was visiting the Milford Haven docks area on board a ship. The captain alerted the police that he had gone missing at 11am on Saturday.
Emergency services are carrying out searches of the area.
HM Coastguard is providing assistance, along with specialist police divers.
The man's family are being supported by police liaison officers.
A man has died after his car reversed over a cliff.
A search and rescue helicopter was dispatched yesterday afternoon after emergency services were called to Portreath beach.
Police say the man who is local to the area died at the scene:
On request from Devon and Cornwall Police, fire and rescue resources from Tolvaddon and Bodmin were mobilised to an incident at Lighthouse Hill.
Once on scene it was realised that the crews could not assist.
Farmers from the region have marched on Downing St to fight for fairer prices. They even brought cows and sheep - to get their voices "herd"Read the full story ›