A jury has returned an open verdict into the death of Robert Geach.
He was pulled from a filtration tank at South West Water's sewage treatment works in Falmouth two years ago.
The 54 year old, who worked for the water company, was found inside the tank in December 2013.
South West Water has said that since the father-of-two's death they have made safety changes.
Today is the final day of the inquest into the death of Robert Geach from Falmouth who fell into a filtration tank in December 2013.Read the full story ›
Thousands of sea-food lovers descended on Falmouth for this year's Oyster Festival which marks the beginning of the oyster dredging season.Read the full story ›
Thousands of sea-food lovers are descending on Falmouth today for this year's Oyster Festival.
The four-day event marks the beginning of the oyster dredging season.
Michelin star chefs, live music and cooking demonstrations are expected to draw in record crowds.
A bride-to-be whose fiancé died in a car crash has skydived 10,000 feet on what would have been their wedding day.Read the full story ›
The South West's best street food vendors have descended on Falmouth this weekend for the British Street Food Awards. Take a look.Read the full story ›
A body has been pulled from the sea at Falmouth this morning.
It was spotted in the water by a member of the public near Castle Beach just before 9.00am.
It was then pulled from the sea by the RNLI. Police are now undertaking formal identification.
It's the third and final day of a Classic sailing event in Falmouth which has attracted historic vessels from across the UK and Europe.
Many of the ships in the Falmouth Classics are traditional West Country working boats, with some dating back 130 years.
Kathy Wardle has more:
A teenager has saved the life of a toddler who experienced every mother's nightmare - falling over 15 feet into the sea of Falmouth Wharf.
James Brooks, 19, says he was fishing with friends when he saw the 2-year-old boy slip between railings and plunge into the sea.
The child's mother wants to remain anonymous, but James has been speaking to us about what happened.
The first basking sharks of 2015 have been spotted arriving near Falmouth.
They turn up near Cornwall's southern coastline every year but are not normally seen until the middle of May.
However our increasingly warmer waters are luring them earlier and it is thought the recent warm weather may have prompted the arrival of these two sharks.
The sharks were filmed on Wednesday at Cadgwith and Coverack off the Lizard peninsula on the southern tip of Cornwall.
*Video from AP Wildlife Cruises