Local News from BBC Cornwall
Members of a yacht club in Cornwall are trying to find out how a log book detailing a sailing from England to the German Empire, days before World War One broke out, ended up at the club.
Cuts to much of Cornwall's mobile library service are given the go-ahead by senior councillors, with just one van to remain and stops cut from about 600 to 200.
Anonymous emails fly as planners say a "wibbly-wobbly" shed has adverse impact on area of outstanding natural beauty.
A pilot scheme aimed at tackling the virus hepatitis C is under way in Cornwall.
An airport reopens after a multi-million pound project to improve its runways.
Non-emergency ambulance drivers say they are often late for vulnerable patients.
A 19-year-old man from south-east Cornwall, who was arrested after 17 people were injured when a car ploughed into them, is released on police bail.
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