A foodbank in Cornwall is teaching people how to get the best out of the goods they're supplied. It's brought in a top chef to show how they can cook tasty and healthy meals.
The foodbank provides boxes of food in the Camborne, Redruth and Pool area - one of the poorest parts of Cornwall.
Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports:
A foodbank in Cornwall says it needs to find ways to make giving relief more sustainable. Volunteers at the Camborne-Pool-Redruth foodbank want to tackle the underlying causes for people relying on it. They say more people are in need of non-food items like toothbrushes and nappies.
The emergency services will be on the streets of Camborne and Redruth this morning, to try and tackle anti-social behaviour at Christmas. Police, Fire and Community Safety Officers are promoting a campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of drinking too much alcohol.
Cornwall Council have backed plans to turn land currently used as a running track into a retail park.
Earlier this year, hundreds gathered outside the Carn Brea leisure centre in Camborne to protest against plans to sell the whole site.
Under current proposals, only the running track would be sold and moved to a new home at Redruth School.
The proceeds would then be used to refurbish the leisure centre.
Proposals to close two fire stations in Cornwall and replace them with newer facilities have been approved by county planners.
Camborne and Redruth fire stations are to shut, a new control centre is to be built at Tolvaddon while a new station in Hayle will be shared with other emergency services.
Fire chiefs say the changes will allow crews to respond more quickly to emergencies.
An investigation is being carried out into what caused a fire at a derelict building in Camborne in the early hours of this morning. 10 fire stations were involved in the call out to North Roskear.
Police have confirmed a jacket and mobile phone found at the cliff edge at Deadmans Cove at North Cliffs near Camborne belongs to 40 year old John Menzel.
Mr Menzel is currently missing and his family have been informed of his disappearance.
The Coastguard was informed of the discovering of the jacket and phone by a member of the public on Wednesday 11 September.
A disabled woman was shot in the face with an airgun as she walked her dog in Camborne on Monday night.
The 54-year-old who uses a wheelchair was left with a puncture wound in her cheek and taken to hospital.
It happened between 8pm and 9pm in the Tuckingmill Valley Park area.
A woman is in a serious condition at the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro after a crash in Camborne this morning. A car collided with her and a shop window in Trelowarren Street just after 9.45 am.
She was taken to hospital with serious leg injuries. The male car driver was treated for shock. Police are investigating whether other vehicles were involved.
A 50-year-old Camborne man has been charged with 12 offences of fraud.
Tim Glasson has been released on Police bail to appear at Truro Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, 13 June 2013.