Cornwall's public health chief has criticised Coca Cola for promoting drinks with high sugar content in the run up to Christmas.Read the full story ›
A message in a bottle, which was sent by an eleven year-old boy from Massachusetts, has washed up in Cornwall.Read the full story ›
Cornwall's north coast was subject to some of the biggest waves of the year as a rare swell produced perfect conditions at 'The Cribbar'.Read the full story ›
Even the wind and rain couldn't stop ITV's very own Phillip Schofield from taking a trip down to Newquay.
The 'This Morning' star photographed himself standing on the coast path above Towan Beach in Cornwall.
The presenter also paid a visit to Huer's Hutto restoration while in his hometown.
A married teacher who had a sexual relationship with a sixth-former has been banned from the classroom indefinitely.Read the full story ›
Women surfers who attended the Surf Betty Festival in Newquay at the weekend say their work to help raise more awareness around breast cancer will continue.
Despite the rainy weather, the surf was good for the event which not only aims to get more women surfing but also encourage more young women to check themselves for breast cancer.
Kerry Powell is from Keep a Breast UK:
The weather wasn't quite as they'd hoped for this weekend in Cornwall at a surf festival aimed at getting more women taking up the sport.Read the full story ›
A man from Cornwall killed in a plane crash at Newquay Airport has been named locally as Falmouth businessman Tony Richards.
The 68-year-old pilot died when the privately-owned aircraft went down on Monday night. Air accident investigators are trying to find out what caused the accident.
Air accident investigators are trying to find out what caused a privately owned plane to crash as it arrived at Newquay airport on Monday night, killing the pilot.
Police have confirmed he was a 68-year-old man from Cornwall. The airport was closed overnight, with all flights diverted to Exeter, but has since reopened. Steve Hardy has more.
MP Steve Double has offered his condolences to family of pilot killed in crash at Newquay airport.
I was very sad to hear the news of the air crash last night at Newquay Airport that took the life of a local pilot. My thoughts and prayers are with the pilot’s family, they have my deepest sympathy.
The AAIB is attending the scene and we will hear from them in due course as to the cause of this dreadful accident.
I spoke with the management at Newquay Airport last night and they briefed me on the incident and the steps that the emergency services had taken.
Despite these efforts the pilot sadly died at the scene.