Cornish MP Andrew George says he's had assurances from Health Chiefs ahead of the arrival of two ships from Sierra Leone in Falmouth.
He's been told a range of measures will be put in place to ensure public safety.
The ships are due to arrive in the middle of next month.
A plan to build a wind farm at Week St Mary in North Cornwall - comprising eleven 125 metre wind turbines - has been turned down.
The decision to reject the Big Field Wind Farm planning application was taken by Cornwall Council’s strategic planning committee at a meeting in Truro today.
Whilst I don’t have a say over planning decisions, I have been raising local people’s concerns with Cornwall Council planners and urged them to listen to the people living near the site rather than comments from those living hundreds of miles away.
Local Cornwall Councillors, who are properly elected to make planning decisions, have listened to all the evidence and have decided to reject this application.
This sends a clear message to the developer Good Energy that, after careful consideration and based on the legal planning considerations, a judgement was made by those elected to represent local people that the plans were not appropriate.
The RBL's Giant Poppy Run kicked off today. Here is their planned route and arrival/departure times for Saturday (timings approximate)
- — St Blazeyvia Summercourt/A30 — 08:45
- 09:52 — Camborne Square —10:37
- 11:00 — Helston Tesco —12:30
- 12:53 — Sithians Village —13:53
- 14:05 — Penryn ASDA —14:35
- 14:55 — Truro Piazza —15:25
EXCLUSIVE: ITV West Country can reveal that nearly four hundred jobs are to go at Cornwall Council.
369 posts will be lost, 280 of them compulsory.
The council wants to make the savings by the end of next March.
Staff and unions have been told the news this morning in a letter from the council's chief executive Andrew Kerr.
Mr Kerr says in a letter to staff that the cuts will save £31 million.
The Royal British Legion in Cornwall launches its annual poppy appeal today.
Some of its members will be transporting a six feet high poppy around the county over the next couple of days as they look to reach a fundraising target of £500,000.
A team of Royal Navy aircrew will receive one of the world's premier aviation accolades today for their part in a heroic rescue off the Cornish coast.
The four aircrew will be presented with The Prince Philip Helicopter Award for the "Le Sillon" rescue.
The Culdrose based crew airlifted five Frenchman to safety during the storms that hit the cornish coast in February.
The boat was wrecked off Trevose Head near Padstow.
Plymouth Argyle were the region's only winners as they beat in-form Carlisle 1-0 at Home Park. Yeovil and Exeter City both drew.Read the full story ›
In the British and Irish Cup this afternoon, Cornish Pirates had victory snatched away from them at Doncaster. They conceded a late try to lose 29-25.
And Plymouth Albion went down 29-16 at Carmarthen.
An Elvis impersonator who sparked one of the biggest manhunts in the history of Devon and Cornwall Police has been jailed for five years for firearms offences.
Scores of police officers searched for 60-year-old Derrel Weaver when he went missing from the small holding where he lived at Widegates near Looe in June this year.
The village school was closed as armed officers in military style helmets and bullet proof jackets scoured the fields and woodlands around.
He pleaded guilty to eleven firearms charges.