A parking space in Cornwall is on sale for more than £25,000.
Several offers have already come in for the unmarked spot in North Parade, Portscatho.
Many of the houses in the village have no parking of their own and there has not been a parking space on sale in Portscatho in the last ten years.
Since the World Cup of 1970, children have been collecting and swapping Panini stickers.Read the full story ›
Rescuers from Camborne and Penzance spent the morning rescuing 8-month-old labrador Aristotle from an 80ft mine shaft. He was unharmed, and reunited with his owner. Cornwall Fire & Rescue Service say operations like this provide useful training for crews.
A Cornish pub has turned pink overnight. Four regulars at The Albion in Liskeard carried out the prank while the landlord was away on holiday. He left his son in charge. It was white when he locked up, and this shocking pink when he woke in the morning.
A team of rescue dogs in Cornwall have been predicting the results of all the fixtures from the World Cup.
In 2010 we had Paul the Octopus from Weymouth predicting the results, but now it's the turn of the K9 Crusaders who are based near Truro.
They're taking a daily punt on the winning teams. As Kathy Wardle's been finding out, it's all a case of following their noses.
A team of canine football lovers in Cornwall are picking out their World Cup predictions by following their noses.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people will be dancing through the streets of Helston for one of the country's oldest surviving customs. Flora Day has traditionally marked the arrival of spring.
The first dance begins at 7am but the big highlight will be the Midday Dance.
Events are expected to continue until late into the night.
There's nothing like a bit of sun this bank holiday weekend to bring us out to soak up a few rays. One of our viewers, James Kitto came across this common lizard basking in the sunshine on a cliff in West Cornwall.
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A group of football fans are touring all 92 league clubs in the country in just 92 hours.
They set off from Plymouth Argyle's Home Park stadium this morning, and have already visited Torquay United, Exeter City and Yeovil Town.
They're raising money and awareness for an ME charity. Catherine Harley is one of the group, and she's a Yeovil Town fan:
The RSPCA is looking to find a home for Bella the wild pony who was found abandoned in Devon.Read the full story ›