Local News from BBC Cornwall
Cornwall Council approves a four-year budget strategy to cut spending by nearly £200m between next year and 2019.
A cat suffered two broken legs and was blasted at least twice with a shotgun, a veterinary practice in Cornwall says.
An independent inquiry will examine a council's handling of allegations that one of its members was a "risk" to children, the BBC understands.
Devon and Cornwall Police is recruiting more firearms officers to improve its armed response cover across the region, the BBC learns.
Two currently South West-based submarines will stay at Devonport until being decommissioned, while two others will move to Faslane, the MoD says.
A newlywed bride is rescued from rocks after getting caught in a rip current while body boarding with her groom.
An outpatient clinic was not cleaned for two days by the company which has taken over cleaning and catering at acute hospitals in Cornwall.
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