A three year-old boy who suffered serious injuries after being trapped by a car near Bodmin on Friday evening is no longer described as being critical.
The child is thought to have been crushed between two parked cars, one of which rolled, in a private car park in the Glynn area of Bodmin. The boy, from London, was taken to Derriford Hospital with serious injuries and was later transferred to Frenchay Hospital in Bristol.
A toddler is in a life-threatening condition after being crushed by a car in Bodmin.
The three-year-old boy was trapped between two parked cars in a car park in Glynn on the outskirts of the town when one of the cars rolled.
It happened on Friday evening, 22 May. The child, who is from London, was taken to Derriford hospital and then transferred to Bristol.
Officers would like to hear from anyone who saw it happen. Anyone who has not already informed the police is asked to call 101 quoting reference 673 of 22 May.
A Christmas tree and lights display wrecked by vandals in Cornwall has been replaced. After repeated attacks Bodmin town council decided to fence it off. But, thanks to a strong public response a new tree has been put up and the lights will be turned on later.
A Cornish vineyard says the recent weather has been so perfect that it's had its best year yet.
Camel Valley at Bodmin has begun picking and pressing the season's grapes. The owners say the warm climate and little rain we've had should make this their best year since they started 25 years ago.
Grapes pressed this week should be ready for bottling and drinking by Easter next year.
Disability Rights campaigners will be out in Bodmin today - seeing how wheelchair-friendly the Cornish town is.
The Disability Awareness day will see wheelchair users trying to access facilities around the town.
A pub in Bodmin says it will do all it can to help disabled people who organised a protest after locked gates were put across an access ramp.
The company says it had to stop people using the ramp for safety reasons but staff will now be on hand to help.
John Andrews reports:
He was just a humble boy from Bodmin. But he grew up to be a hero on the battlefield.
Now James Finn will have a permanent memorial in his home town. It'll mark the gallantry which won him the Victoria Cross, our biggest military honour.
The Government has agreed to pay for the memorial which'll be placed in the town centre in time for next year's centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.
Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports.
A major scheme to modernise one of Cornwall's oldest towns is at a crucial stage.
Over the next two days residents in Bodmin will get a chance to scrutinise an ambitious project to transform the town which include council plans to build a road right through Bodmin's main park.
Our Cornwall Correspondent Steve Hardy reports
Councillor Steve Rogerson from Cornwall Council says the new plans for Bodmin will appeal to everyone.
Ambitions plans for a major facelift for Cornwall's ancient town of Bodmin go on display to the public tomorrow for two days.
The plans include more than three thousand new homes, a new transport network to avoid traffic bottlenecks and making the town centre a pedestrian precinct.