Ina special blog our producer Ben Haggitt reports from a refugee camp in Northern France run by volunteers from Bristol.Read the full story ›
A school in Somerset has come under fire from parents after cancelling trips to France and Germany next July because of the risk of terrorism on the continent.
Kingsmead School in Wiveliscombe was due to take 60 eleven and twelve year olds on the annual trip to help them learn French and German.
They're now looking for an alternative in England. Our Somerset correspondent, David Woodland, has this exclusive report.
Another wet evening and morning to follow and it won't get better until the end of the week.Read the full story ›
As air strikes continue in Syria our Political Correspondent Bob Constantine looks at how our MPs made their minds up.Read the full story ›
Cornwall Council say they have uncovered a scam based in East Africa using an advert offering puppies to get people's bank details.Read the full story ›
Plymouth-based Royal Marine specialists who intercept & exploit enemy communications have been singled out by NATO leaders as ‘outstanding’.Read the full story ›
The rocket debris found off the Isles of Scilly last week came from a mission to the International Space Station and not an explosionRead the full story ›
A Devonport-based ship has rescued more than 400 migrants in the Mediterranean.
HMS Enterprise has been helping with the Royal Navy's operation to counter migrant smugglers. The people they rescued are being cared for on-board the ship before being transferred to a Norwegian support vessel.
Volunteers in Cornwall will be filling a massive container of aid for refugees in Syria today.Read the full story ›
Cornish aircrews who served in Sierra Leone during the Ebola outbreak will receive medals at a special ceremony at RNAS Culdrose this morning.
75 medals will be presented to sailors who took part in Operation Gritrock. The squadron were away for about six months and spent Christmas apart from their families.
As well as flying many sorties and delivering much needed aid to the communities of West Africa, they also managed to raise a large amount of money for the EducAid charity.