Local News from BBC Cornwall
The death of boy hit by a car prompted traffic islands and better signage to be installed on a road where he was fatally injured, an inquest hears.
Police apologise for saying they were too busy to deal with a pub theft even though the landlord knew the suspect was near to a police station.
Dredging in the River Tamar to keep channels clear for Devonport Dockyard warships will continue, after a two-year permit is granted.
A cargo ship which started to sink off the Lizard in Cornwall, is towed into St Austell Bay.
Cornwall Council is making more than £300,000 a year because its parking machines do not give change, it emerges.
Snoop Dogg to headline Boardmasters festival
Fishermen's storm suffering goes on
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