All of today's Skybus flights to and from Lands End Airport have been cancelled due to thick fog.
The Scillonian ferry has arranged a second sailing from Penzance at 5pm. Passengers are advised to contact the travel centre on 0845 710 5555 for further information.
There's a revised service on the Scillonian Ferry between Penzance and Isles of Scilly for the next 3 days due to forecast weather and tidal conditions.
The Scillonian III will be departing St Marys earlier than originally scheduled at 1pm today, 2pm tomorrow and Thursday at 3pm.
Passengers should call the travel centre for more details on 0845 710 5555.
Extra government money will be spent repairing the breakwater at Mermaid Wall on the Isles of Scilly, and repairing the harbour wall at Looe in Cornwall. Both were damaged in the recent storms.
The fund is part of a £140 million floods package announced by Chancellor George Osborne in today's budget speech.
A group campaigning for better transport links to the Isles of Scilly has been giving evidence to MPs today.
The Friends of Isles of Scilly Transport want government help to maintain the ferry link, and to re-instate the helicopter service.
The Transport Select Committee was also told the high cost of sea and air fares was hurting tourism.
Birds on two islands on the Isles of Scilly are in danger of being wiped out by rats.
The rats came to the islands from shipwrecks - and now a team of experts in pest control are spending the winter on the islands to try to wipe out the rodents.
Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy and cameraman Kevin Blanks spent a day with the team.
All Skybus flights to and from Lands End and Newquay have been cancelled due to low cloud.
Scillonian III will be sailing tomorrow to allow Skybus passengers the opportunity of travelling over to the Isles of Scilly.
The ship will depart Penzance at 9.30am.
The vital sea link to the Isles of Scilly has been secured tonight. The Government says it'll pledge £8m towards improving the harbours on St.Mary's and at Penzance.
It follows 2 years of uncertainy after a £65m scheme was thrown out.
Tonight's announcement is the news many islanders have been waiting for. The sea link has become even more important since the loss of the helicopter service to the islands last year.
Plans to improve the harbours that connect Cornwall with the Isles of Scilly have been given the green light from Local Transport Minister Norman Baker.
The Minister announced work at St Mary’s and Penzance harbours can go ahead, subject to final clearances and securing European funding.
The work involves dredging at Penzance and pier widening and improved freight handling facilities at St Mary’s.
We are putting at least £8 million into this scheme which shows that the Coalition Government is serious about protecting the livelihood of the Isles of Scilly.
Improved terminal buildings will provide better conditions for passengers. Changes to the harbours themselves will ensure new vessels can still access the port protecting this route for use by residents, freight and holiday makers.
Builder Ryan Allsop has raised over £3100 for Cancer Research UK after running round the five inhabited Isles of Scilly (32 miles) and then swimming the mile from Tresco to St Martin's yesterday. It took him 6 hours 50 minutes.
Runners joined Ryan on his run round St Martin's, St Mary's and St Agnes and seven people accompanied him on his swim to St Martin's. He was welcomed home by a large crowd.
A row's broken out on the Isles of Scilly over where a giant anchor came from. A shipwreck hunter claims it belongs to HMS Colossus, one of Nelson's warships but a maritime historian disagrees.
Steve Hardy reports.