A Cornish beach where a mother died trying to rescue her two sons was unguarded. Lifeguard cover there had only been lifted a day before the tragedy. The mother was swept out to sea. See Kathy Wardle's full report:
Locals say there had been rip currents at the beach in the past week and warning notices have been put up. The boys, aged 11 and 13 survived.
The family got into difficulty on Northcott Mouth beach near Bude. The RNLI say it will be reviewing its operational hours.
More top news
A daredevil couple from Yeovil have wizzed through the skies in Cornwall as part of their latest fundraising attempt.
During WW1 leaders started to appreciate the important role of weather. The Somme marks the beginning of military Met Office forecasting.
New Business Improvement District approved for the English Riviera to increase visitor numbers and ensure future prosperity.