Devon and Cornwall's Police and Crime Commissioner has written to the government to ask for fairer funding for his police force.
Tony Hogg says the force will lose a further £24 million under the government's funding policy.
He says it doesn't account for the increase in population in the summer months, and puts the police force at a disadvantage because it covers such a large area.
"Some of the policing that the public has come to terms with over decades in terms of neighbourhood policing, or roads policing, look like they would be unsustainable if we can't overturn these proposals from the government - which are simply unfair to Devon and Cornwall."
£1,169,670 of Olympic legacy funding has been allocated to 21 different projects across the area.Read the full story ›
Community sports projects will benefit from a £2.47 million Olympic legacy fundRead the full story ›
Olympic medallist Natasha Danvers will help announce community sports projects in the region which are to benefit from Olympic legacy funding of nearly 1 million pounds. 17 community groups will split the money from Sport England. They are part of 377 community sport projects across the UK.
The money comes from Sport England's Inspired Facilities Fund which is part of a 20 million pound legacy programme.
Every sports facility that receives funding will carry the London 2012 Inspire mark.
A new grant scheme has been announced today (Thurs) to help more Cornish students get to university.
Four thousand students a year could get up to £3,000 from Cornwall Council to help with their living costs. All would also be eligible for a £30 card to help pay for books and travel.
A new grant scheme has been announced to help more Cornish students go to university.Read the full story ›