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Fifteen cows infected with Bovine TB have been sent to slaughter from a farm in mid-Cornwall.
Events are being held across Cornwall to mark St Piran's Day.
Businesses in a Cornish tourist town say they will lose most of their holiday trade when a road is closed for four months later today.
Cornwall Council are starting work to stabilise the area of St Martin's Road in Looe, following a landslip last year which killed a 68-year-old woman. Some local businesses want the work to be delayed until after the main summer season.
Hundreds of children, musicians and dancers have been celebrating St Piran's Day in Cornwall.
Piran is said to have come ashore at Perranporth and became the patron saint of tin miners after discovering the metal which formed the basis for a whole Cornish industry.
Last night hundreds of people marched through the streets of Perranporth - the parade from the sea is traditionally held on the nearest Friday to the patron day.
The family of a man whose naked body was washed up on a Cornish beach say they're desperate for answers about his death.
Alan Jeal from Wadebridge was discovered by a dog walker nearly a fortnight ago at Perranporth.
Today his family issued a statement saying they're shocked and deeply saddened. Police say Mr Jeal may have been murdered.
Our Cornwall Correspondent Steve Hardy reports.
Cows infected with Bovine TB have been sent to slaughter from a farm in Cornwall. 14 of the 15 animals were calves just a few months old.
Devastated farmer Mark Oliver wants to see the culling of badgers widened. But others are calling on the government to think again. Kathy Wardle reports.
The Tamar Bridge and Torpoint Ferry tolls could be hiked by "any amount" without getting the go-ahead from the Government, under plans being considered.
Tolls at the crossings were last increased in March 2010, with the Tamar Tag - which offers half-price crossings - being introduced in 2007. The current toll is £1.50 for cars, or 75p for Tamar Tag users.
Plymouth City Council and Cornwall Council jointly run both the bridge and Torpoint Ferry that separate Devon and Cornwall and last month announced the discounted pre-paid electronic payment scheme to use both would increase by 80p a month.
A deadly great white shark is thought to be heading straight for the Cornish coast - and could arrive just in time for this weekend's heatwave.
US scientists have been tracking a one-tonne shark called Lydia for 19,000 miles as part of an ocean life study.
Their latest readings show its in the mid atlantic but if she keeps to her current path she will reach the beaches of Cornwall in two day's time, just as the British weather hits an unseasonal 19c.
A neighbour of the man whose body was found on a Cornish beach nearly 2 weeks ago has told ITV West Country she was shocked when she heard of his death. Alan Jeal from Wadebridge was found by a dog walker on the beach at Perranporth.
Police believe he may have been murdered after a post mortem revealed suspicious wounds. Emma Harris, who was a neighbour of Mr Jeal says "he was a sweet, kind man who kept himself to himself".
Police today said the CCTV footage of a man who may have been murdered was taken the day before his body was found on a beach in Perranporth.
Alan Jeal from Wadebridge was discovered by a dog walker on February 25th. At a news conference today the police said Mr Jeal lived alone in a flat.They are appealing for the public to help them trace his last movements.
Stephen Gilbert, Lib Dem MP for St Austell & Newquay says the badger cull pilots "have not worked." The MP told ITV News the government needs to look again at badger and cattle vaccinations. He doesn't want to see cull licences extended to other counties.