Dennison Road in Bodmin is closed following an accident involving two cars. That's between Berrycoombe Road and Cardell Road
A man has died in a fire that destroyed both his bungalow and his neighbours' home.
Fire investigators have spent the morning in St Breward near Bodmin sifting through the remains of both properties.
The dead man man is thought to have been in his fifties and lived alone.
The fire appears to have started in a chip pan. The couple who own the bungalow next door had only recently bought the property having moved from Kent. They are said to be distraught.
The body of a man has been found at the scene of a fire in a bungalow near Bodmin.
The semi-detached home at St Breward partially collapsed last night as firefighters battled flames. The adjoining property was also damaged.
Police have this morning joined fire investigators at the scene.
One of Bodmin's biggest employers is cutting half its workforce. 64 jobs are to go at MPG Books. Unions say it's "devastating." Here's our Cornwall Correspondent Steve Hardy.
More than 60 jobs are to go at Bodmin printing firm MPG Books. The job losses come into affect four days before Christmas. A union official says the workers are devastated and there's little hope of them finding other work in the area.
The losses affect half the workforce. So far, no one from the firm has been available for comment.
A cyclist has died after a collision involving a Landrover in Cornwall.
It happened just after 10 o'clock this morning on an unclassified road between St Mabyn and Longstone, near Bodmin.
Ambulance and Police crews wre called to the scene but the cyclist could not be saved.
The road was closed while Roads Policing Officers carried out their investigations. It re-opened this afternoon.
Police are asking for anyone who witnessed the crash to contact them on 101 quoting reference 335.
In Cornwall a lane's closed Eastbound on the A30 Bodmin Bypass between the A38 Carminow Road and A38 Launceston Road. That's due to resurfacing work.
A five-year-old girl has died in a what's being described as an accident at a steam fair in Cornwall. Witnesses told show organisers at Lanlivery near Bodmin that she ran behind a vehicle as it was reversing.
The foster parents of the girl - whose name hasn't been released yet - gave their permission for the annual two-day event to continue. Tamsin Eames reports.
An Olympic torchbearer has sold her socks on eBay to shame those who flogged their torches.15 year old Evie Fairman carried the flame through Bodmin in Cornwall last week.
The teenager, born with half a heart, says she'd never sell her torch and instead auctioned the socks she wore during the run.
They attracted 14 bids and eventually sold for £38, which will be donated to Evie's chosen charity, Little Hearts Matter.