Local News from BBC Cornwall
Nearly 800 jobs could be axed by Devon and Cornwall Police under plans being considered by senior officers.
A 93-year-old man who drove his mobility scooter into a river in Cornwall had been blinded by the sun, he tells the BBC.
Seaside towns are to get £36m of government money, with Tate St Ives earmarked to receive £3.8m.
A woman whose body was discovered in a river in Cornwall was aged in her 80s and wearing a nightdress and purple coat, police say.
BBC News investigates the lost theme parks up and down Britain which have closed, including the Cornwall Coliseum.
Inventor takes hot air out of Parliament
Children's birthday party faux pas
Cornwall Development Company
Cornwall Development Company is the arms length economic development company of Cornwall Council.
We are designed to deliver a bespoke, business facing service and to deliver the economic vision and strategy for Cornwall.
Doing Business in Cornwall
Locating and running your business in Cornwall, tendering opportunities, project development and support.
Planning your holiday, support for tourism businesses and tourism research.
Live in Cornwall
Support for Community groups and from the Local Action Groups.
Work in Cornwall
Jobs with the Cornwall Development Company, temporary/permanent job opportunities with Jobline, and help for those getting back into work.
Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly is one of the best connected rural locations in the world.
Programmes & Funds
Providing advice, guidance and management services for public funding and investment projects and programmes.