Falmouth foodies and healthy-eaters alike are in for a shock the next time they visit the shops – as Cornwall is gripped in a courgette crisis with no end in sight.
Developers have said diggers which appeared on fields in Penryn which is yet to receive planning permission are carrying out preliminary work for archaeological and water and drainage surveys.
A Poldark exhibition with a difference is set to open at the Royal Cornwall Museum in February.
Boats adrift in the Helford River prompted a potential missing person search this morning (19.1) before emergency services discovered they had been released during a spate of break-ins.
A potentially risky change of date for a local dog show paid off, as the event was well attended and received over 150 entrants.
He walked the beat in Porthleven for more than quarter of a century but now a former policeman for the port has taken his final steps.
A teenager from Penryn has been sporting a whole new look after deciding to have her hair chopped off for charity.
Devon and Cornwall police have revealed statistics showing the number of total crimes recorded for 2016 were nearly 6% higher than the previous year.
Roy G Hemmings, showman and dynamic singer and one of the longest serving former members of Motown icons The Drifters, is coming to Redruth in February.
Truro Nursery School has recently been awarded the enhanced accreditation from the children’s communication charity ICAN, who are experts at developing children’s speech language and communication skills.
The Royal Cornwall Museum's is breathing new life into the Day of the Dead as it's programme of half term activities looks at the colourful Mexican holiday.
Betty Oliver recently celebrated her 100th birthday at Blackwood in Camborne, where staff at the residential care home made sure the day went exactly as she wanted.
Comedian and author Ruby Wax will be bringing her new show to Hall For Cornwall in Truro on February 9.
A 'professor' with a PHD (Petroleum Hybrid Detritus) in quirky but beautiful jewellery will be bringing her laboratory to The Poly in Falmouth at the end of the month.
Totally Truro, the city’s Business Improvement District (BID) is in the final nine months of the current five year term.
The sixth annual Westcountry Tourism Conference has been confirmed for February 8 and 9 at the Westpoint Arena in East Devon.
A major retrospective of work by one of the most significant artists to emerge from the Black British photography movement of the 1980s will be coming to The Exchange in Penzance in February.
Local businesses are being warned of £2 million cyber crime threat as a major conference on counteracting potential harm is announced by Crimestoppers
The Penzance branch of RGB Building Supplies will hold a free demonstration morning on Thursday, February 2, when tradespeople and DIY enthusiasts will be able to see demonstrations and talk to experts about a number of different products.
A Cornish company could begin lithium production in the Camborne and Redruth area after signing mineral rights agreements with the owners of South Crofty mine and the Tregothnan Estate.
The docks skyline appears to be one of all legs these days as more and more jack-up rigs make use of the facilities on offer.
Marie Ann Sharp, nee Coote, known to thousands of former pupils of Falmouth’s King Charles School after more than a quarter-century’s service there, has died after a short illness. She was 68.
Police are appealing for witnesses after an elderly car driver died following a collision in Pendeen on Monday morning.
Porthleven Food and Music Festival is going back to its roots this year after fears were raised over the event becoming “too big” and losing its original character.
Health bosses refused to guarantee the long term future of Falmouth Hospital at a packed public meeting on Monday.