Keep up to date with the latest news delivered direct to your Inbox.
Woman Who Stabbed Husband Accidentally Saved His Life
7:03am 23rd October 2014
A Launceston woman, who stabbed her husband in a drunken row, accidentally saved his life.
Surgeons who patched up Gordon Parsons found he had liver disease.
It happened after a row with 47 year old Margaret Parsons at their home back in May.
Truro Crown Court was told neighbours heard blood-curdling screams, that lasted for half an hour.
He was rushed to hospital and treated for wounds to his chin, chest, wrist and bicep after being slashed with the knife.
But Mr Parsons revealed he is only getting treatment for liver disease because of her, hopes that she gets the help she needs - and wants her back.
The judge jailed Mrs Parsons for sixteen months, after she admitted wounding.
You can read more about the case here.7:03am 23rd October 2014
Share This StoryTweet
New Life-Saving Equipment For Cornwall Air Ambulance
It is 'like an additional member of the crew'
Petition Launches To Save Newquay Hospital
There are fears for the site under a shake-up
Three Rescued In 'Drifting' Dinghy Near Newquay
Cornwall News: They were caught in strong offshore winds
Economy 'would take £328m hit if migrants downed tools for a day'
National News: The UK economy would take a £328m hit if all migrant workers downed tools for a day, according to new research.
Billions shows TV's first gender non-binary character
Showbiz News: US TV show Billions made TV history in its new season premiere by introducing TV's first gender non-binary character.
Mike Pence vows Donald Trump's 'strong commitment' to EU
World News: US vice-president Mike Pence has asserted Donald Trump's "steadfast and enduring" commitment to working with the EU - despite the president's endorsement of Brexit.
Mark Clattenburg quits Premier League to referee in Saudi Arabia
Sports News: Referee Mark Clattenburg has quit the Premier League and is moving to Saudi Arabia.
Men and women 'need different things' to keep friendships alive
Strange News: Your ability to keep long-distance friendships alive may depend on your gender, according to a new study.