A young boy is being treated in Derriford hospital after falling off a pier in Looe in Cornwall.Read the full story ›
Over 700 people helped by Cornwall Air Ambulance in 2015Read the full story ›
A widow has gone back to the scene of a speedboat tragedy which killed her husband and daughter almost two years ago.
Victoria Milligan and her children were passengers in the Cornwall Air Ambulance today as it flew over the spot where the accident happened on the Camel Estuary.
They've raised almost £300,000 for high-tech equipment which allows the helicopter to fly at night.
Jacquie Bird reports.
Two new helicopters will join the fleet of the Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust today. They can fly at night thanks to night-vision technology.Read the full story ›
Cornwall Air Ambulance is welcoming the Chancellor's plans to relieve VAT on fuel for Air Ambulances.
Today's announcement is very positive news for us should we choose to buy our fuel direct in the future, and for many of our Air Ambulance colleagues throughout the UK who currently buy their fuel in this way, and have therefore been subject to VAT.
Cornwall Air Ambulance has been a strong supporter of the campaign to relieve VAT on fuel for many years through our collaboration with other Air Ambulances through our national body, the Association of Air Ambulances.
We look forward to continuing to work with MPs - on both a local and national level - to seek further pledges and assurances in the future to help ensure we can provide the best possible service to our patients at the best possible value for our donors.
The very first paramedic to serve with Cornwall Air Ambulance is retiring.Read the full story ›