Freeview viewers in Dorset, Devon, Cornwall will need to retune their television today as local airwaves are cleared for 4G.
A mathematician claims to have devised a formula to create the perfect cream tea - and it is the Cornish way.
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh will be visiting Cornwall today
A jury has heard how a couple living above Shane Hawkins heard rowing on the morning of the alleged incident. Kelly Gabriel, who lived in the flat above him on the Kingsman Estate in Bodmin, said she heard Shane and his girlfriend rowing in the morning.
Her partner Colin Oliver said later that morning, he heard Shane raise his voice several times and heard what he thought was the sounds of objects being thrown around.
He said he then heard a much louder bang, which sounded like something with a bit of weight hitting a wall. Then he said it all went quiet, and he saw an ambulance arrive 20 minutes later. Mr Hawkins denies murder.
The annual Royal Cornwall Show kicked off today in Wadebridge. Princess Anne was there on the first day of the famous rural event.
There's been lots of talk at this year's Royal Cornwall Show about the pilot culling of badgers in Somerset and Gloucestershire. We spoke to the Environment Secretary Owen Paterson MP about this week's events.
Princess Anne will be among the thousands of visitors at the opening day of The Royal Cornwall Show today. She last visited the agricultural event back in 2008.
She will have a busy programme of engagements, covering many different aspects of the show. The princess is also attending the annual general meeting of the Royal Agricultural Society of the Commonwealth, of which she is president.
Hit by bad weather last year, organisers are hoping for a bumper year helped by the predicted sunny forecast. The event features thousands of trade standes, animal shows, a steam fair and entertainment.
The gates have opened at this year's Royal Cornwall Show. Held near Wadebridge since 1960, the three-day agricultural event attracts more than 100,000 visitors each year.
Torbay MP Adrian Sanders has criticised the sentencing of a renowned Cornish artist Graham Ovenden who was found guilty of committing sex offences against young girls.
The 70-year-old artist from Bodmin, was convicted of seven charges relating to three children, but a judge in Plymouth suspended his sentence on account of his age.
Mr Ovenden says he will appeal against the conviction, but today the issue was raised at Prime Minister's questions by Mr Sanders:
The Attorney General is considering referring the sentence of Cornish artist Graham Ovenden to the Court of Appeal to see if it was "unduly lenient".
70-year-old Graham Ovenden was handed a 12-month prison sentence suspended for two years by a judge yesterday.
The sentence was heavily criticised by child abuse campaigners.
Mr Grieve has 28 days to make the referral under the "unduly lenient" scheme.
Ovenden was convicted of six charges of indecency with a child and one allegation of indecent assault relating to three girls between 1972 and 1985.
Although the maximum jail term for a conviction is up to five years, Judge Graham Cottle said he took into account the artist's age, the age of the offences and his now tarnished reputation.
Prince Charles will unveil coronation meadows across the region today to promote the conservation of grasslands.
Geena Moor in Cornwall, Dunsden Meadows in Devon and Chancellors Farm in Somerset are three of 60 grasslands chosen across the UK to mark the anniversary of the Queen's coronation.
A world renowned artist is a free man tonight after being found guilty of indecency and indecent assault involving young girls who modelled for him at his home in Cornwall.
Paintings by Graham Ovenden have hung in the Tate and other leading galleries around the world. Today he was given a 12 month suspended sentence. He denies doing anything sexual with the children and says he intends to appeal.
John Andrews reports: