The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh will be visiting Cornwall today
An exhibition has opened in Penzance ahead of the release of a film set amongst a bohemian artists' colony in Cornwall.
Emergency crews are searching for a woman feared trapped inside a house that partially collapsed in a landslide in Cornwall.
It is Foster Care Fortnight and we meet a teenager who says that it's thanks to the love of his foster parents that he turned his life around and he's now working alongside Jamie Oliver in one of his top London restaurants.
Eighteen-year-old Ryan Smith from Cornwall says he believes his foster carers helped turn him from an unruly teenager to a talented chef with a bright future.
Port Eliot House in Cornwall has thrown open it's doors to give us the rare chance to see the home lit only by glowing fires and soft candlelight.
It's part of a national festival called 'Museums at Night'.
As part of today's visit to Cornwall, the Queen and Prince Philip were driven to Marazion and to St Michael's Mount.
The Queen then followed in the footsteps of Queen Victoria - leaving her royal mark on the famous landmark.
Thousands of people turned out in St Ives today to see the Queen and Prince Philip visit the town for the very first time.
The weather was kind and the showers stayed away, for a trip locals have been waiting 61 years for. And they weren't disappointed.
The Queen and Prince Philip are in Cornwall.
The sun came out for them this morning, as did the crowds, as they took in the sights of St Ives for the very first time. They've also been to visit St Michael's Mount.
Our Cornwall Correspondent Steve Hardy has been following their day:
Port Eliot House in Cornwall is throwing open it's doors tomorrow and giving us the rare chance to see the home lit only by glowing fires and soft candlelight.
As part of a national festival called the Museums at Night people are being given the chance to see museums, galleries and heritage sites at night.
Claire Manning reports:
Highlights from The Queen's first ever visit to St. Ives this morning:
The May edition of The West Country at Westminster, the monthly regional discussion programme hosted by Alastair Stewart.
Guests George Eustice MP (Con, Camborne and Redruth), Dawn Primarolo MP (Lab, Bristol South) and Steve Crowther, from UKIP, debate the impact of the Eurosceptic party's recent performance in the council elections and whether it should form a pact with the Conservatives.