Children from schools across Devon and Cornwall have been enjoying a taste of Victorian life at the home of the Earl & Countess of Devon
Christmas anti-drink drive campaign in Devon and Cornwall is helped by a convicted student talking about his experience
The service from Newquay to Gatwick has now been guaranteed for at least another four years
The finishing touches are being put to a massive garland at a Cornish country house.
The 90ft garland at Cotehele on the banks of the River Tamar is festooned with 40,000 flowers. They were specially grown in the gardens of the National Trust property during the summer.
Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy went along to lend a hand.
Thousands of people watched the annual City of Lights parade in Truro last night.
Now in its 17th year, it attracted people from across Cornwall for a procession of giant lanterns handmade by hundreds of local schoolchildren.
It also marked the beginning of the city's festive celebrations.
A Cornish grandmother has helped to put a smile on the faces of the youngest survivors of the typhoon which has devastated the Philippines.
Doris Spooner has knitted nearly 100 teddy bears.
They've been given to children in one of the worst hit areas by the newly formed disaster relief charity, Shelter for Humanity, which is based in Redruth.
Doris has made all the bears herself, despite being blind in one eye.
Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports.
A Cornish grandmother has made nearly 100 knitted teddy bears for children who've survived the typhoon in the Philippines.
Doris Spooner, who lives near Launceston, makes sure the teddies are colourful and smiling.
Tom Henderson from the newly-formed Cornish charity 'Shelter for Humanity' says they'll mean a lot to the victims of the typhoon.
New figures from the National Housing Federation show that thousands of South West households are paying the 'bedroom tax' - a reduction in housing benefit for families with spare bedrooms. It was in introduced in April 2013.
- Cornwall - 2826 households have seen a loss in housing benefit, totalling £768.95 on average
- Plymouth - 1943 households, with an average loss of £710.75
A mum from St Austell who lost everything when a fire devastated her home is rebuilding her life. Christine Morran and her 3 children lost their home two years ago.
She's now celebrated the launch of her own business selling hand made teddy bears, and has been allocated a new home in St Stephen.
Objectors have called for the removal of sea defences at a Cornish beauty spot.
The 80 metres of defences at Carlyon Bay in south east Cornwall are protecting an information centre.
It's linked to a proposed £250 million development which it's hoped will be started in 2016.
But more than 700 people have signed a petition calling for the defences to be removed.
Police in Cornwall have confirmed that a man found stabbed to death near Truro is that of family doctor Gary Hughes.
The body of Dr Hughes was discovered at his home in the village of Feock early yesterday.
His wife Marion is being treated at the Royal Cornwall Hospital for minor injuries.
Police say they're not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.
The Archbishop of Canterbury was today shocked to hear how the number of needy people using a food bank in Cornwall had doubled in just a year. Justin Welby is on a three day visit to the county.
He is meeting church leaders and support groups who're helping communities hit hardest by the recession.
The wife of a sixty year old man found dead with stab wounds at his home near Truro is being questioned by police on suspicion of murder.
The man was pronounced dead at the scene in the village of Feock earlier today.
He's been named locally as Gareth Hughes, a GP. His wife Marion is being treated in hospital for minor injuries.