More beaches than ever in the South West have achieved the highest bathing water standards this year according to the Good Beach Guide.
The parents of a disabled boy from Redruth fear he may seriously hurt himself if he cannot get care he needs closer to his family.
Women who want to breast feed in Cornwall are getting support from other mums.
She is a much-loved television presenter on programmes like 'This Morning', and now Fern Britton has become a best-selling author.
The former newsreader began her broadcasting career in Plymouth, and her experiences of living in a quaint Cornish village have inspired her to write a series of novels.
TV star Fern Britton has been visiting Padstow to launch her latest novel.
The former This Morning presenter has written a series of books based around the fictional villages of Trevay and Pendruggan.
She says Padstow and St Dominick were the real life inspiration for her latest novel A Seaside Affair.
Much of her writing has been done on visits to the county, where she has a holiday home.
Fern told ITV News that the county "feeds her soul".
Fern said "I'm a Cornish woman who was born in London. I just love this place, I always feel better when I'm here."
Fern Britton grew up holidaying in Cornwall with her family. Later she moved to the Tamar Valley when she started her broadcasting career as a newsreader at ITV Westcountry's predecessor Westward Television in March 1980.
Devon and Cornwall Police has failed to reach its target of reducing crime across the two counties by 2%. Instead, overall levels of crime have remained roughly the same over the past year.
A body of a man has been found outside a house in Newquay.
Police were called to the property on Bay View Terrace at 9:30 this morning. They found the 43 year old man at the bottom of steps up to the house.
The death isn't being treated as suspicious.
The family of a man from Cornwall who had Parkinson's disease have criticised staff at the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro saying they didn't give him the correct medication. They claim John Rogers' symptoms got worse while in their care.
It comes on the day a report has been published, showing 4 in 10 sufferers admitted to hospital are regularly denied medication. Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy has this report..
Cornwall's climate means rare plants can thrive here and conditions are also ideal for commercial growers. That's one reason why the Cornwall Spring Flower Show gets attention from across the world, as Ellie Barker reports.
Spring is here and Cornwall's Spring Flower Show is underway.
The county's rare climate makes it ideal for rare plants and of their commercial growers.
Ellie Barker reports:-
Police in Cornwall have begun an murder investigation following the sudden death of a man in Camborne.
They say they have arrested four people over the incident.
The body of 63 year old Terry Oldham was found in a home on Dolcoath Road on 1st April after paramedics were called to reports of a sudden death.
– Detective Inspector Nassaris, Major Crime Investigation Unit, Devon & Cornwall Police
Four people have been arrested in suspicion of the murder of Terry Oldham.
The suspects are three men and one woman, all from the local area.
All remain in police custody.
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 quoting reference 103 of 1st April.
The family of a man from Cornwall who had Parkinson's disease have joined a national campaign for sufferers to get better treatment in hospitals.
John Rogers from Redruth had the illness for twenty years. It's claimed he was denied regular access to medication while in hospital in Truro.
His daughter Marion Rogers says they're unhappy at how he was treated:-
The family of a man from Redruth who had Parkinson's disease have joined a national campaign for sufferers to get better treatment in hospitals.
John Rogers suffered from the illness for 20 years. It's claimed he was denied regular access to medication while in hospital in Truro.