Homes in parts of St Austell could be experiencing problems with water supplies this morning after a mains burst at Sandy Hill Academy. South West Water say they've sent a repair team.
Bathing water at beaches in Newquay could be affected by a problem with the main sewage pumping station in the town.
South West Water is doing its best to fix it but you may want to reconsider your New Year's Day dips.
South West Water finished repairing the pipe on Thursday evening, and announced this morning that water was back in people's homes.
People are being advised to run the tap if there's any discolouration.
4,000 homes in Plymouth have been affected by a major water pipe burst, causing traffic chaos during morning rush hour.
It happened on Tavistock Road at 6.30 this morning. South West Water has begun to repair the pipe, but supplies in Crownhill, Whitleigh and Efford are affected.
The water on the road is subsiding, but drivers in the area are being advised to take care. Public transport is gradually returning to normal after major delays all morning.
South West Water has said customers may experience low pressure or discolouration this morning, due to a burst water pipe in St Ives.
Although teams worked overnight to fix the leak the company has warned the pressure will take a while to return to normal.
Those affected are advised to run the cold tap in the kitchen until the water runs clear.
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.
South West Water has been fined more than £200,000 for polluting the River Plym in Devon.
The Exeter based company admitted five counts relating to incidents from the Camels Head Plant. They all occurred in 2013.
Work starts today on Exmouth beach to try to fix a giant sink hole. Engineers believe a blocked water pipe underneath the beach is responsible. The two metre hole has opened a number of times over the last two months - especially after heavy rain.
There's a warning that the recent heavy rain could affect water quality at some beaches in the region. It's caused by run-off from fields and outfall pipes getting into the sea.
South West Water says the problem won't last long but people should check its 'beach live' service for information.