Cornish singer-songwriter Josh Curnow has narrowly missed out on a place in the Britain's Got Talent final.
Josh grew up in Wadebridge and now lives in Indian Queens. He's played in bars and pubs across the county and had high hopes of winning the ITV competition, which offers a chance to perform at the Royal Variety Show.
He certainly impressed the BGT judges in the semi-final with his rendition of Runnin' by Beyonce - but not enough to win the votes of the viewers and make it through to the final ten. He came in fourth place.
Josh may still have a chance at glory... if he is selected as one of the judges' wild cards
Around 750 primary school children from across Cornwall have been getting up close and personal with farm animals.
The event in Wadebridge hopes to teach the children about the links between farming and food production.
They met animals, looked at farm machinery and were shown how raw ingredients grown and reared locally turn into the foods they are familiar with.
The event is in its fourth year and takes place across two days - with more than 1,500 Cornish primary school children expected to attend.
A serious accident involving two vehicles has closed the A389, affecting traffic between Wadebridge and Bodmin.
The collision happened near St Lawrence's Hospital, between the B3266 (Washaway) and Boundary Road (Dunmere).
Tonnes of aid for refugees collected by people in Cornwall will depart for Syria later.
A 40-foot container was filled with donations in Wadebridge earlier this month and was taken to High Wycombe. Today it's shipped to help those in need.
People were so generous that organisers in Wadebridge had to take over a warehouse at the Royal Cornwall Showground.
There have been growing calls for a former teacher, who was jailed for secretly filming his pupils at a private school in Bristol, to face a longer sentence.
The Crown Prosecution Service asked the Attorney General to review the case of Jonathan Thomson-Glover, believing his sentence was unduly lenient. However it's been confirmed that the 53 year-old's case will not be re-opened.
The former teacher, from Wadebridge in Cornwall, was jailed for 3 years 9 months after admitting making indecent images of children through hidden cameras at a Bristol boarding school.
"While consideration was given to reviewing the sentence passed, the offences to which Jonathan Thomson-Glover pleaded guilty are not offences that can be referred to the AG as unduly lenient. Only certain offences can be referred and these are set out in the Criminal Justice Act 1988 and various orders made under that Act. Offences of taking, making and possessing indecent images are not included.”
A former teacher in Bristol has been jailed after admitting making indecent images of scores of children using hidden cameras at a boarding school and another property.
Jonathan Thomson-Glover, 53, who taught at Clifton College, pleaded guilty to 36 counts of making, taking and possessing indecent images of children.
Abuse lawyer Oliver Jeffcott, of Slater and Gordon, who represents one of the victims, said: "My client's family have been in tears after hearing the news that he had pleaded guilty and will be jailed.
"Whilst they are relieved his guilty plea has spared them the trauma of having to give evidence in court, they do not feel that a prison sentence of three years and nine months is sufficient, given the appalling breach of trust."
He added: "These crimes have caused huge distress to pupils over the last 12 months at a time when they should have been free to focus on their exams.Instead, both they and their families have been left distraught by these dreadful offences."
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A former teacher has been jailed after admitting making indecent images of scores of children using hidden cameras at a boarding school in Bristol.
Jonathan Thomson-Glover, who taught at Clifton College in Bristol, pleaded guilty to 36 counts of making, taking and possessing indecent images of children.
Thomson-Glover, of Wadebridge, Cornwall, was jailed for three years and nine months by Judge David Ticehurst at Taunton Crown Court.
The charges relate to more than 120 victims filmed by hidden cameras at Clifton College and an address in Cornwall over a 16-year period.
Ex Clifton College housemaster Jonathan Thomson Glover has been sent to jail for 3 yrs 9 mths for filming teenagers having sex at the school
A former Bristol teacher has pleaded guilty to making indecent images of children through hidden cameras at a boarding school and another property.
Jonathan Thomson-Glover, who taught at Clifton College, is accused of 36 counts of making, taking and possessing indecent images of children.
It is understood the charges relate to more than 120 victims who were allegedly filmed by cameras at Clifton College and an address in Cornwall over a 16-year period.
Thomson-Glover, of Wadebridge, Cornwall, is appearing before Judge David Ticehurst at Taunton Crown Court.
He was charged following a joint investigation between Avon and Somerset Police and Devon and Cornwall Police.
Former Clifton college teacher Jonathan Thomson glover pleads guilty to 36 counts of taking, making and possession of indecent images
A former Bristol public school teacher is due to appear at Taunton Crown Court later, charged with making indecent images of children through hidden cameras.
Jonathan Thomson-Glover of Wadebridge in Cornwall, who taught at Clifton College, is accused of 36 counts of making, taking and possessing indecent images of children.
It is understood the charges relate to more than 120 victims allegedly filmed at the college and an address in Cornwall over 16 years.