A boy from Somerset who suffers from autism has had his life transformed by specially trained horses.
The mother of a teenager from North Devon who died after contracting the human form of mad cow disease welcomes a new government report.
A campaign is underway to stop South West Water discharging untreated sewage into the sea at Gwithian in Cornwall.
A protest is to be held in West Cornwall by people worried about the impact a sewage overflow pipe is having on the area.
The pipe at Gwithian causes pollution problems during bad weather. There are warning signs as well as other alerts but locals want a long term solution to the problem which would mean no more discharges.
Beth French has arrived back in Penzance after her record-setting swim from Cornwall to the Isles of Scilly. Her support boat returned her to the mainland after she became the first person ever to swim the route.
A woman from Somerset has made history by becoming the first person to swim from Cornwall to the Scillies.
Beth French, who's from Milverton, set off from Porthcurno yesterday lunchtime. She arrived on St Mary's this morning, completing the swim in 17 hours and 28 minutes. She said via twitter "I have an awesome body - mission completed!".
A woman from Somerset is aiming to become the first person to swim from the Cornish mainland to the Isles of Scilly.
What makes Beth French's story more amazing, is that as a teenager she suffered from ME, which left her in a wheelchair.
A last minute meeting will take place today regarding the closure of Torrington Hospital in Devon. It will give residents the chance to speak with the health authorities in charge before a final decision next week. MP for Torridge and West Devon Geoffrey Cox will also attend. All ten beds at the community hospital could close as the NHS plans to treat more people at home.
The RNLI have issued a new warning to beach users after seven people got caught in dangerous rip tides at one of Cornwall's top surfing spots.
Coastguards were alerted when the surfers and bodyboarders got into trouble at Polzeath.
The warning comes as the region gears up for the start of the main summer holiday season.
The RNLI are urging people in Cornwall to be extra cautious of riptides at the beach in the busy summer months ahead.
It comes after Falmouth coastguard were called to Polzeath beach last night after a group of surfers and body boarders got into difficulty. The group were able to make their own way to shore and required no medical assistance.
Police are investigating the death of a man after a body was discovered in Bodmin by a dog walker just before 6pm on Tuesday evening.
The body of the man believed to be in his late 40s was found at the back of Gilbert Road. He has not been formally identified but his family have been told.
The death is currently being treated as unexplained pending results of a forensic post mortem.