Four people from Cornwall have been jointly charged with the murder of 63-year-old Terry Oldham in Camborne earlier this year.
Police launched a murder inquiry when Mr Oldham was found dead at his home in Dolcoath Road on 1 April. He had sustained serious injuries.
24 year old Aaron Mallen, 43 year old Michelle Casterton, 23 year old Daniel Quinn, all from Falmouth, and 32 year old Richard Rosevear from St Austell, are jointly charged with his murder.
They've been remanded in custody.
A man is in a critical condition in hospital in Cornwall after acid was thrown in his face.
It happened in Carrine Road in Truro on Tuesday afternoon.
The 29-year-old victim was attacked in his own home by an unknown man.
The man was taken to Treliske Hospital, Truro, with life-threatening facial injuries, where he remains in a critical condition.
Police are keen to speak to the driver of a red Peugeot van seen in Carrine Road around the time of the incident.
Detective Inspector Sharon Donald, from Truro CID, said: “We are keen to speak to anyone who saw any unusual people or vehicles in the area yesterday, in particular a red van.
“If you are the driver of the red Peugeot van seen in the area, please get in touch with police so we can eliminate you from our enquiries.”
Officers have been carrying out house-to-house enquiries, handing out leaflets, and patrolling the area to reassure residents.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police.
35 dead seals have been found washed up along the Cornish coastline in the past month.
The Cornwall Wildlife Trust are investigating why so many of the animals are dying.
The charity say they've attended twice as many strandings as last year.
A petition with more than 2,000 signatures calling for changes to fishing quotas has been handed in to an MP in Cornwall.
Volunteers from Greenpeace and fishermen met with George Eustice earlier.
They want more of the quota to be allocated to local fishermen who they say are struggling because they're not given enough.
Yeovil Town will be 'in the hat' for Monday's FA Cup Third Round draw, after a 1-1 stalemate at Accrington Stanley.
Jordan Clarke put the Glovers ahead on the half hour, but the League Two side forced a replay with a 64th minute equaliser.
Plymouth Argyle have been knocked out of the cup after losing 3-0 at League One high-flyers Sheffield United. Reuben Reid blasted a penalty over the bar early in the second half. That miss proved costly as the home side then scored two penalties of their own through Jose Baxter, before Marc McNulty added a third in the 90th minute.
In League Two, Exeter City grabbed a late equaliser in a 1-1 draw with promotion rivals Burton Albion at St James Park. The visitors went ahead on the hour, but Christian Ribeiro rescued a point with an 87th minute header.
And in the Conference, Torquay United lost 2-1 at home to league leaders Barnet. Both sides ended the match with 10 men - Aaron Downes was sent off for the Gulls shortly after former Argyle man Bondz N'Gala received his marching orders. The visitors scored twice in the first half, before Courtney Richards' consolation in stoppage time.
Plymouth Albion are out of the British and Irish Cup after losing 18-16 at home to Carmarthen. Albion's Lewis Warner scored the first try of the match, but a late converted try won the game for the Welsh side.
And a last minute converted try gave Doncaster victory over the Cornish Pirates. A thrilling game ended 31-30 to the visitors, with both sides scoring four tries apiece.
Exeter-based Flybe has welcomed George Osbourne's announcement that air passenger duty is to be scrapped for children under 12 from next year.
“The scrapping of Air Passenger Duty (APD) on flights for children under the age of 12 is to be welcomed. However, this is just tinkering at the edges and represents a missed opportunity by The Chancellor to show that he is serious about the economic regeneration of the UK regions. Despite continuing to engage with the government to emphasise the unfairness of APD, the needs of our regional passengers are still being ignored.
“It’s time for the Chancellor to seriously listen to the UK regions and deliver reform quickly, to ensure the government does not inflict further damage to the UK’s aspirations for economic growth.”
“The Smith Commission’s recommendations to devolve APD to the Scottish Government shows progress, and we believe its implementation would demonstrate the benefits ofcutting or abolishing the tax to other nations or regions within the UK, which in turn would deliver a balanced economic recovery.”
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Chancellor George Osborne has announced plans for a total overhaul of the "badly-designed" stamp duty system paid on the purchases of homes.
The reform will mean new marginal rates that the Chancellor says will mean a stamp duty cut for 98% of homebuyers.
- No tax on first £125,000 paid
- 2% on the portion up to £250,000
- 5% up to £925,000
- 10% up to £1.5 million
- 12% on everything over that
Air Passenger Duty will be scrapped for all children by 2016, Chancellor George Osborne has announced.
"We’re going to require airlines to list the charges separately from taxes on tickets, but I also want to reduce the cost of those tickets for families directly.
"From the 1st May next year, Air Passenger Duty for children under 12 will be abolished. From the following year, we’ll get rid of APD for children under 16 altogether."
ITV News Consumer Editor Chris Choi tweeted: "Birmingham family with 2 young children welcomes cut in air passenger duty."
"They will save £170 on planned flight to Dubai."