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WATCH: Fog Warning For Cornwall

Forecasters says the drive to work could be difficult

WATCH: Heathrow Expansion "Right Decision For Cornwall"

Newquay airport bosses say it will connect us worldwide

Cornish Towns To Consider Parking Permits

It's as on-street pay and display plans are also revealed

Family Of Injured Biker's Search For Man Who Helped Him

It's after Colbey Brook suffered life-changing injuries at Carland Cross roundabout yesterday

WATCH: Children's Halloween Costumes Burst Into Flames

Fire safety warnings are going out to parents in Cornwall

WATCH: Norovirus Warnings In Cornwall

Doctors say there has been an outbreak in the Duchy


RBS sets aside more funds as investor lawsuits near settlement

The ghost of Fred Goodwin will return to haunt Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) again this week when his former employer is forced to set aside millions of pounds more to settle legal action brought by major City shareholders.

Lottery app fault may have stopped people claiming their winnings

People may have been throwing winning National Lottery tickets in the bin after a barcode scanner on Camelot’s official app developed technical issues.

Dad faces jail over child's force-feeding death

A man is facing jail for killing his three-year-old son by force-feeding him a mixture of bread and cereal.

Donald Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame star 'attacked with sledgehammer'

Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame has been vandalised after reportedly being attacked by a man wielding a sledgehammer and a pick-axe.

Rome shaken after earthquake hits central Italy

Rome's historic centre has been shaken by a strong earthquake in central Italy - just months after a quake in the same area killed hundreds.

Mamma Mia! ABBA reunite for 'new digital experience'

Swedish pop group ABBA are to reunite for a "new digital experience" next year, it has been announced.

PHOTOS: Is Pineapple Carving The Next Big Thing This Halloween?

People are sharing their creations online

Ranger dines out after finding giant 10kg mushroom in Falkirk

A giant puffball mushroom with a 1.5-metre circumference and weight of more than 10kg has been found - and quickly eaten - by a countryside ranger and her colleagues.

Worst thief ever? Suspect 'hides stolen blind in trousers'

Police have released an image of a man suspected of stealing a Venetian blind by stuffing it down one trouser leg and up the back of his jacket.

Mamma Mia! ABBA reunite for 'new digital experience'

Swedish pop group ABBA are to reunite for a "new digital experience" next year, it has been announced.

The Simpsons and Letterman writer Kevin Curran dies aged 59

Kevin Curran, a comedy writer and producer who spent 15 years working on The Simpsons, has died aged 59 after a long illness.

Justin Timberlake forgiven after illegal voting selfie

Justin Timberlake has removed a selfie from his Instagram which showed him casting his vote in the US presidential election.

Molina hopes to be handed shot at Joshua

Eric Molina hopes to learn whether he will be challenging Anthony Joshua as promoter Eddie Hearn considers new opponents.

Jones calls up six new faces for England

England head coach Eddie Jones has named six uncapped players in his squad for the autumn internationals.

Crowd welcomes Wiggins at Six Day track event

Sir Bradley Wiggins received a rapturous welcome from the crowd on the opening night of the Six Day London track cycling event.

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