Plymouth diver Tom Daley has scooped a gold medal in the team event at the World Aquatics Championships.
He was competing alongside fellow British diver Rebecca Gallantree in Russia.
Daley's fourth dive scored a near perfect ten with most of the judges.
It's the first time Britain have claimed two medals at a World diving championship event.
Thousands of people are expected at RNAS Culdrose in Helston today for the annual air day.
The Royal Navy base is home to a variety of military aircraft, including Merlin and Sea King helicopters.
There will also be displays from wing-walkers and Italy's version of the Red Arrows.
Gates open at 9am to the public.
The fate of the Stadium for Cornwall could be decided at a council meeting later today.
Planners are being recommended to turn down an application for a supermarket on the site at Threemilestone near Truro, which developers say is needed to finance the stadium.
A decision was deferred in March to allow further work to be carried out on the application.
The 6,000-seat stadium would be the new home of the Cornish Pirates.
An application to cull badgers in Dorset has been submitted to Natural England.
A number of farmers hope to obtain a licence to kill the animals, which are thought to infect cattle with Bovine TB.
Similar culls in Somerset and Gloucestershire proved controversial, and failed to meet their targets.
Earlier this week, volunteers in the county were given a grant by a wildlife charity to continue their programme of vaccinating badgers against the disease.
A man from Cornwall says he's too scared to leave his home after a series of attacks by seagulls.
In the latest incident, Barry Poore from Newquay suffered a dislocated shoulder and cuts to his hands when he was dive-bombed by a flock of gulls near his work.
Mr. Poore told us he's staying inside following a warning that any sudden movement could put his shoulder out again.
Seagulls are on people's minds in our region. The Prime Minister has spoken about the issue, in the wake of several reports of gull attacks on pets and people in recent weeks.
A bullock had to be cut free after getting its head stuck in a tree on a National Trust estate near Truro.
It's the second time one of the herd at Trelissick Gardens has become stuck.
Craig Hardman, who was on duty at the site, was called to help after a visitor found the animal firmly wedged.
Craig and his team worked for two hours cutting around the bullock to free him. It's believed it was trying to forage for food.