The fish in Falmouth Aquarium have been flailing in the summer heat. But help has come from an unlikely source...
Four-time Olympic gold medal winner Ben Ainslie, who grew up in Cornwall, has announced his retirement from Olympic sailing.
Falmouth Oyster Festival opens today, featuring cookery demonstrations by leading chefs.
A consultation is underway after it was announced that 80 jobs are under threat at docks in Cornwall.
A & P Falmouth employs more than 300 people but says it needs to make the cuts as it restructures the ship repair business.
The 30 day consultation period with staff and unions has begun but management say the job losses are unavoidable.
There's just one year to go until the Falmouth Tall Ships Regatta. The iconic ships last sailed the Fal in 2008 - and next year a fleet of up to 30 are expected to race from Falmouth to Greenwich.
The countdown has already begun in London - where celebrations are taking place all day on Woolwich pier.
A classic powerboat from the 1970s was re-united with the ocean today - after three years in a Falmouth boatyard.
The boat, called Pirate, was originally a contender in the 1972 Round Britain Race.
Now, after being fitted with two brand new engines, it's back to full speed.
Francesca Carpenter was there for her final sea trials...
The largest privately-owned residential yacht has sailed into Falmouth. 'The World' will be moored up for two days. Supporters of the port's expansion say more ships like it could come to Falmouth if the harbour was dredged. But opponents say the economic arguments don't stack up.
Capt. Mark Sansom of Falmouth Harbour Commissioners says dredging Falmouth Harbour is key to its survival.
Marine biologist Dr Miles Hoskin says he opposes plans to dredge Falmouth Harbour, which would allow more large ships to moor there.
'The World', the largest residential cruise ship in the world, has returned to Falmouth.
The huge vessel will remain in the harbour for the next two days.
The largest privately owned yacht on the planet has returned to Falmouth for the third time today.
The ship, which boasts an astonishing 165 luxury residences on board, has been cruising around Norway, Ireland and Scotland in the last few months.
Two West Country sailors are performing well in one of the world's toughest single-handed yacht races, the Solitaire du Figaro.
They've just finished the first leg in punishing conditions and, as John Andrews reports, they're hoping for similar success in the three stages that still lie ahead.