Two talented singers from the West Country have reached the next stage of this year's X Factor competition.
Daniel Quick from Bristol took to the stage with 3 other singers.
The 18 year old impressed the judges once again as they put him through to the next round of the competition.
Benji Matthews from Bodmin performed an original song, inspired by Mick and Linda Carter from Eastenders.
He also wowed the judges and will return in the next round.
Bodmin are one of the lowest ranked sides still in the competition.Read the full story ›
There are reports of very slow traffic on both ways of the A38, due to a multi-vehicle accident.
The road has been blocked between Turfdown Road and Drift Lane, near Bodmin Parkway train station.
People travelling between Bodmin and Liskeard are especially affected.
It's taken two and a half years and £60m but a dual stretch of the A30 at Temple is now open, just in time for the summer holidaysRead the full story ›
After years of tailbacks and damage to local trade, the notorious roadworks on the A30 at Temple will finally finish tomorrowRead the full story ›
A pioneering scheme to help keep people with long term illnesses out of hospital is being ditched by NHS Kernow, partly due to funding.Read the full story ›
NHS Kernow has announced the closure of Bodmin Treatment Centre - it's expected services will transfer to The Royal Cornwall Hospital.Read the full story ›
The three West Country victims in the 2015 Tunisia terror attack were "unlawfully killed", the coroner has said.Read the full story ›
Two dogs have gone missing in Cornwall after the car they were in was involved in a crash - the driver is being treated in hospital.Read the full story ›
A bus driver was left red-faced after it caused chaos during rush hour when it became stuck under bridge.
Police diverted traffic away from Lostwithiel Road after the bus became wedged in the already congested roadwork area of the town.
Residents travelling in and out of Bodmin are already experiencing disruption as all three main roads into the town centre are closed as part of a £7.5 million project to turn it into a so-called 'cycle town' over the next nine months.