The Turkish owners of a ship detained in Fowey have until 5pm to pay their crew their unpaid wages.
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.
45 firefighters have been extinguishing a chalet fire at Carbis Bay, Cornwall, overnight. They were called just after 2am to the building at Hawks Point, and found that the wooden, single-storey chalet was already well alight.
It has been severely damaged, although neighbouring properties have been protected. One person was treated by ambulance paramedics at the scene.
15 firefighters were called to deal with a boat fire at Mylor Harbour, Mylor Churchtown in Cornwall yesterday evening. They had received 13 emergency calls from the public. The 20-foot pleasure boat was well alight when they arrived and it eventually sank. No one was onboard.
A strategy is urgently needed to defend our coastline from climate change. That is according to a new report by the National Trust who is having to fast-forward decisions after the storms destroyed much of its land across the South West.
Cornwall Council says it will support rural bus routes as long as they are well used. It has just finished reviewing bus company contracts and says it will keep as many as it can.
But the Council added that because of rising costs it will keep the bus network under review and scrap under-used services. It currently spends over four and a half million pounds a year on buses.
– Bert Biscoe, Cornwall Council Cabinet Member for Transport and Waste
Costs have risen significantly but we are determined to retain a rural bus network across Cornwall. We know that bus services provide a lifeline for many communities and we want, as I’m sure our bus passengers do, to bring stability to the bus network. [But] The Council cannot continue to fund services that are not used and the message to all has to be ‘use it or lose it’.
We're all used to seeing the actor Warwick Davis on the telly but now he's trying a spot of travel presenting - promoting staycations rather than trips abroad.
So to prove it, he's dragging his family across the country - and as David Wood reports he's starting off in Cornwall:
A hotelier has told ITV News that Cornwall's been forgotten by the Government in the race to get the county up and running following the winter storms.
Zoe Holmes who runs the Bay Hotel at Coverack says this should be one of their busiest times of the year but trade is down by two thirds.
The main road into the village has been closed since the middle of February and might not re-open until the end of May.
Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports:
The A391 is closed in both directions with slow traffic due to serious accident at Penwithick, involving a motorcycle. It's between Menear Road and the B3374.
The road has now re-opened after the earlier accident.
Cornwall has a new Vice Lord Lieutenant. Ellen Winser MBE will take over the historic role after Michael Galsworthy stepped down yesterday. The former stock broker will help to organise royal visits to the county, and present honours and awards on behalf of The Queen.
Campaigners fighting a plan for luxury apartments on a Cornish beach say it would turn it into a building site. The controversial scheme at Carbis Bay in West Cornwall is part of a multi-million pound project by the owner of the hotel which overlooks the beach.
He says it will create new facilities and jobs for the area, but opponents say they want the picturesque beach left alone.