Local News from BBC Cornwall
A Cornwall Council cabinet member who promised in 2010 to repay his £100,000 redundancy payout admits he has only been able to repay £5,000.
A South West coach firm stripped is to cease trading after losing an appeal to regain its operating licence, managers say.
Cornish Pirates launch an appeal after being docked points for breaching replacement rules in the British & Irish Cup.
Cornwall's Geevor Tin Mine is one of 660 sites newly added to English Heritage's at risk register.
An inquest into the death of a baby from Cornwall at Bristol's Children's Hospital is told his heart surgery was postponed five times due to a lack of beds.
A coroner in Cornwall criticises mental health care after a woman died from a morphine overdose days after her release from a psychiatric unit.
Plans to protect Devon and Cornwall's main rail line in Exeter from repeated flooding are announced.
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