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Fifteen cows infected with Bovine TB have been sent to slaughter from a farm in mid-Cornwall.
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.
Farmer Mark Oliver is calling on the government to extend the badger cull to other counties like Cornwall. It comes after fifteen of his cattle have been slaughtered after testing positive for Bovine TB.
The family of Alan Eric Jeal from Wadebridge, who was found dead on Perranporth Beach have released a tribute to him.
“Alan was a mild-mannered, gentle man who was very interested in minerals, mining and surfing.
"We are shocked and deeply saddened that Alan's life has been cut short and are desperate for answers as to what happened."
Alan's death is being treated as suspicious after multiple injuries were found on his body, which police say were not consistent with drowning and cannot be easily explained.
Police have released CCTV footage of the man whose naked body was washed up on Perranporth Beach last week. They hope to find out more information about how he died.
64-year-old Alan Jeal, from Wadebridge, was filmed in Wadebridge town centre on Monday 24 February.
Police have said Mr Jeal may have been murdered. His injuries weren't consistent with drowning.
A Falmouth film maker is trying to capture iconic shots of the world - on remote controlled model helicopters.
With the help of other film-makers, he's getting shots of places like Russia, Sri Lanka, and Canada. The aim is to cover 80% of the world.
Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports.
Film footage courtesy THE WORLD FILM PROJECT