Keep up to date with the latest news delivered direct to your Inbox.
VIDEO: Charley Says...
6:00am 28th March 2014
Seventies superstar, Charley the safety cat is making a comeback.
The animated feline featured in a string of public information adverts, lasting into the eighties.
He warned a generation of children about the dangers of everything from matches to drowning.
Now he is being brought back for a new generation - with help from David Walliams.
But the dangers being warned about have changed considerably.
Charley is now concerned about things such as overloaded plug sockets.
In one advert he manages to protect his owner, but burns his paw - although he ends up with a fish for his trouble.
You can watch some of the original adverts - and the new version here...6:00am 28th March 2014
Share This StoryTweet
Music video actor Ofner shot dead while filming in Australia
An actor has been shot dead in a bar in Brisbane while shooting a music video for Australian hip hop duo Bliss n Eso.
Gyllenhaal and Chastain team up for hit video game adaptation
Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Chastain are set to star in a big screen adaptation of hit video game The Division.
VIDEO: Singer George Michael Has Died
Bandmate and Cornwall's Andrew Ridgeley "heartbroken"
WATCH: The Harry Potter Reunion We've Been Waiting For
Could it mean a new movie trilogy?
Prince Charles' hopes for Sky Ocean Rescue campaign
National News: The Prince of Wales has given his backing to the Sky Ocean Rescue campaign, describing the build-up of plastic waste in our oceans as "one of the most troubling environmental trends".
Business Cornwall News - Friday, 18th December 2015
Business Cornwall News: Cornwall is spearheading reform of the Uk’s business licensing laws following a a year-long project.
Ewan McGregor and Piers Morgan in Twitter spat over women's marches
Showbiz News: Ewan McGregor has refused to be interviewed by Piers Morgan because of the TV presenter's comments about the women's anti-Donald Trump marches.
Suspended SNL writer apologises for Barron Trump joke
World News: A Saturday Night Live writer has apologised following her suspension for tweeting a widely criticised joke about Donald Trump's youngest son Barron.
Bernie Ecclestone no longer in charge of F1
Sports News: Bernie Ecclestone is no longer in charge of Formula One (F1) after almost 40 years in the driving seat.
Finally! After years of trying, China celebrates ballpoint pen breakthrough
Strange News: China has finally produced its own fully home-produced ballpoint pen after years of trying to master the complex techniques involved in making the delicate tips.