Local News from BBC Cornwall
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.
Two of the largest healthcare providers in Cornwall could merge under cost saving plans.
Tents and camping equipment left at Glastonbury Festival and collected by firefighters is sold for charity.
The Eucharist will be celebrated in Cornish at Truro Cathedral for the first time in more than 30 years.
More than 150 campaigners protest against sewage being discharged into the sea.
A backlog of more than 150 women who had to wait more than two weeks to be tested for breast cancer at a Devon hospital, which is also used by people in Cornwall, is criticised by a charity.
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