Local News from BBC Cornwall
A woman called 999 to report a dead cat in a road, South Western Ambulance Service reveals.
A Christmas tree designed to commemorate World War One which was destroyed by vandals in Cornwall is replaced.
Devon and Cornwall Police will have £9m less to spend next year following a Home Office announcement on funding, it is confirmed.
The former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, is installed as a prebend at a parish church in Endellion, Cornwall.
A public meeting is held in Truro to discuss a hotel chain's plans to build on the site of an artists' community.
Residents in Torpoint are angry that a dead cow was left rotting on a beach in the town for almost a week.
Animal cruelty cases more than double in Devon and Cornwall in the last five years say police.
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