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  1. Updates on Monday 8 June
  2. More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 Tuesday

Live Reporting

By Matt Pengelly and Andy Birkett

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodnight

    That's all from the BBC Local Live team for now.

    We will be back on Tuesday with your news, sport, weather and travel. Enjoy the sunshine.

  2. Newquay nightclub assault leaves man 'critical'

    Miles Davis

    BBC News Online

    A 27-year-old man is in a critical condition according to police after being punched in the face by another man on the dance floor in a nightclub.

    Devon and Cornwall Police said they were called to Sailors nightclub in Newquay at about 01:25 BST on Saturday and arrested a man from Swindon on suspicion of assault causing grievous bodily harm. The victim, from Somerset, was taken to the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro and later transferred to Derriford Hospital where he remains in a critical condition.

  3. Record numbers at university open day

    Miles Davis

    BBC News Online

    Record numbers of people attended an open day according to Falmouth University bosses.

    Falmouth University open day

    More than 1,200 prospective students and their families went to look around the university's Tremough campus near Penryn.

  4. Care worker admits sex assault

    Plymouth Herald

    A female care worker sexually assaulted two women at a Devon residential home, reports the Plymouth Herald.

    Christina Sethi, aged 25, abused both of the pensioners on at least two occasions, Plymouth Crown Court heard.

    She pleaded guilty to four counts of sexual assault between January 1 last year and May 5 this year - one of her victims has since died, the court heard - A judge remanded her into custody until she is sentenced on a date to be fixed.

  5. Magna Carta replica on show in Exeter

    Miles Davis

    BBC News Online

    Exeter's copy of the Magna Carta will go on show in the city's cathedral on Friday as part of a series of national events celebrating the 800th Anniversary of King John attaching his seal to the historic document.

    While the original Magna Carta was signed by King John in June 1215 at Runnymede in Surrey, Exeter's own copy of the Magna Carta - from 1733 - is believed to have been given to the city as a way of ensuring that the contents of the document were maintained for the future.

  6. Street pastors hand out fruit pastilles

    Falmouth Packet

    A busy summer lies ahead for the teams who look after late night revellers in the streets of Falmouth each weekend, according to the Falmouth Packet.

    Falmouth's Street Pastors, 40 people from 14 churches in the Falmouth and Penryn area, give their time on a Saturday night to care, listen and help, providing flip flops for blistered feet and offering fruit pastilles to the weary.

  7. Driving licence changes

    Matt Pengelly

    Local Live

    Today the paper counterpart to the UK driving licence is being scrapped and replaced with an online service.

    Inspector Andrew Hamilton, Head of Devon & Cornwall Police's Serious Collisions Investigation Unit, said: "We realise that this might cause some confusion, as the old paper only driving licences will still be valid.

    "Whilst details of any penalty points will not be shown on either the paper driving licence or the photocard, the police will be able to access this information from the DVLA."

  8. Truro city stars sign

    BBC Sport

    Five players have agreed contracts to play for Truro City for the forthcoming season.

    Long-serving captain Jake Ash, Tom McHale, Ed Palmer, Shane Krac and Cody Cooke have all signed for Truro, who will play in National League South after gaining promotion by winning the Southern Premier League play-off final last month.

  9. Devon rail warning

    BBC Radio Devon

    Officers from British Transport Police are asking for the public's help after a train struck a number of objects that had been deliberately placed on the line in Devon.


    In three separate incidents in May, concrete lids, road signs and traffic cones were all left on the line near Newton St Cyres station.

    Sgt David Mannion from the BTP said: "Fortunately nobody was hurt in any of the incidents, but clearly the actions of those who are doing this are reckless.

    "They have endangered the safety of everyone on board the trains which struck the objects, and are risking their own safety by trespassing."

  10. MP boycotts Caffè Nero

    Miles Davis

    BBC News Online

    The Conservative MP for Truro and Falmouth has announced she will boycott the coffee chain Caffè Nero after it appeared to stop sourcing its milk from dairy farmers based within the badger cull zones of Gloucestershire and Somerset.

    Sarah Newton MP

    Sarah Newton MP said: "I understand that this decision was taken because the company disagrees with the Government's Chief Veterinary Officer who supports the bovine TB disease eradication plans that include both badger culling and vaccination.

    "I will not be buying coffee from Caffè Nero while the boycott is in place as I think it is misguided and damaging to our farmers."

  11. Grecians aim high

    Brent Pilnick

    BBC South West Sport

    Exeter City have the potential to get promoted to League One, according to new signing Manny Oyeleke.


    The 22-year-old midfielder was Exeter's first signing of the summer after he was released by Brentford last month.

    "If we believe in ourselves, have a good start and keep the confidence high, I think we can go all the way," he told Exeter's website. "Nobody wants to start the league off thinking 'let's just survive', the players are hoping for play-offs or automatic promotion."

  12. Road problems

    BBC Travel

    • Between Grenofen and Horrabridge in Devon the A386 is blocked in both directions by an accident between Whitchurch Road and Graybridge Road
    • Reports of an accident on the A39 near Gig Lane and the Carnon Downs roundabout near Truro, Cornwall
  13. Beach to be 'closed all summer'

    BBC Radio Cornwall

    The Great Western beach in Newquay will be closed for the whole summer following a landslide in February.


    New cracks have opened up in the cliff and experts believe there's a risk of further rock falls so the council has closed the road at both ends - engineering work won't now start until October.

    Cllr Geoff Brown told BBC Radio Cornwall: "It's the worst possible news but public safety comes first - we've been left with no alternative because of the situation that's developed."

  14. Seagull scheme scrapped

    The Cornishman

    A project has been scrapped by Government that had aimed to tackle aggressive seagulls, according to The Cornishman. Cuts to several department budgets have been announced by Chancellor George Osborne since the Conservatives won a majority at the General Election a month ago.

    The Government had launched a study on aggressive urban gulls as it emerged one had once attacked Prime Minister David Cameron, attempting to steal his ham sandwich.

  15. 'No ID - no tip' say council bosses

    Plymouth Herald

    Plymouth households are to be barred from using city tips - unless they turn up with ID - reports the city's Herald newspaper.

    The council is cracking down on people from outside the city who use Plymouth's recycling centres to dump their waste.

    From July 1, refuse workers will be demanding to see photo ID of everyone who tries to use the Chelson Meadow and Weston Mill sites - Plymouth City Council issued the warning in a note titled "Prove you live in Plymouth".

  16. New York Broadway glory

    BBC Arts

    A Sidmouth actor has described his Tony theatre award as an "incredible honour" after a star-studded event in New York last night.


    Alex Sharp won 'Best Actor' award for his role in the National Theatre's 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' - the play also collected 'Best Play' and 'Best Director' accolades.

    Alex told the audience: "This time last year I picked up my diploma graduating from Julliards, so to be holding this is insane, thank you so so much for this incredible honour."

  17. Basking in afternoon sunshine

    Kevin Thomas

    BBC Weather Forecaster

    It will be a dry afternoon with long spells of sunshine and just patchy cloud. Light or moderate northeasterly winds will be fresh at times.


    It'll be a generally dry night with some patchy cloud and long clear spells, but there is a slight chance of an isolated shower affecting the east. It will once again become quite chilly for sheltered, rural areas inland. Moderate or fresh northeasterly winds will become light inland. Min Temp: 6C (43F).

  18. Mental health police cell concerns

    Simon Hall

    Correspondent, BBC South West

    The Devon & Cornwall police force has the joint worst record for holding mentally ill young people in police cells, according to new figures.

    The National Police Chiefs Council found 25 cases last year, and describes the use of cells for those with mental health issues as "unacceptable". Nationally the statistics are on a downward trend, something the Home Office has described as 'encouraging'.

  19. Cycle Devon

    BBC Radio Devon

    A scheme aiming to get more people cycling in Devon is getting underway today.

    The idea is for people to register for free online and then ride for at last ten minutes - making them eligible for various prizes. It's being run by Devon County Council as part of the National Cycle Challenge.

  20. Female carer admits sex attacks

    Miles Davis

    BBC News Online

    A female care worker at a residential home has admitted sexual attacks on two elderly women. Christina Sethi, 25, of Woodville Road, Torquay, Devon, pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual assault and two counts of assault by penetration.

    Plymouth Crown Court

    The charges, heard at Plymouth Crown Court, related to two women at a care home in south Devon sometime between 1 January 2014 and 10 May 2015.

  21. Rail strike ballot ahead

    Matt Pengelly

    Local Live

    Rail workers in the south west are to vote on possible strike action, amid a dispute over jobs and safety.

    The rail union RMT are worried over the introduction of new First Great Western trains - but FGW operations director Ben Rule said: "There will be absolutely no compulsory redundancies for those currently working on board these trains."

    He added: "We've also promised no changes to pay or conditions of employment, with retraining and redeployment available for those who do no want to make the switch to the newer trains."

  22. Busy days for Bulwark

    BBC Spotlight

    A Plymouth MP is demanding more action to tackle the smugglers responsible for thousands of migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean from Africa to Europe.


    The Devonport-based warship HMS Bulwark has rescued nearly 3,000 migrants this month - Sunday was the busiest day yet.

    The Plymouth Sutton & Devonport MP Oliver Colville said more needed to be done to address the problem at source, saying: "We need to have a strategy which is going to stop these criminals from operating their criminal activities of encouraging people to come onto boats, then head onto very dangerous waters."

  23. Jam first, cream second times 700

    BBC Radio Cornwall

    Cornwall might have a new world record - for the most people having a cream tea together.


    Organisers of the Big Lunch event at Par near St Austell believe at least 700 people came along, which would have trounced the current record which stands at 600, but this has to be verified by the Guinness World Records inspectors.

  24. Waste returns inshore

    Andy Birkett

    BBC News Online

    Campaigners in Cornwall say years of dredged material from Plymouth Dockyard may have had an impact on the undersea habitat.

    Dave Peake

    Government scientists have been taking samples of the seabed in a Marine Conservation Zone, searching for heavy metals and other contaminants.

    Dave Peake from the 'Stop Dumping in Whitsand Bay' pressure group says the waste has been deposited in the right place but is returning inshore as ground swells cause the material to "hump forward".

  25. Grecians to take on Premiership new boys

    BBC Sport

    Exeter City will face Premiership new boys AFC Bournemouth in a pre-season friendly.

    The Grecians will welcome last season's Championship winners to St James Park on 18 July.

    The two side met competitively in August when the Cherries knocked Exeter City out of the League Cup.

  26. Top theatre award for Sidmouth actor

    Western Morning News

    A Westcountry actor is celebrating winning a coveted Tony Award, which recognises the top performances on Broadway, reports the Western Morning News.


    Sidmouth's Alex Sharp, took home the award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play for playing Christopher in the stage adaptation of the book The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Tim

  27. Alcohol initiative

    BBC Radio Cornwall

    A Cornish hospital is targeting patients who drink above recommended levels with extra help and support.


    Staff at the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro say anyone identified as potentially abusing alcohol would be referred for appropriate treatment.

    NHS Kernow, the health commissioning body, said the service could help people with alcohol-related conditions avoid future stays in hospital.

  28. Road problems set to continue

    BBC Travel

    • In Bodmin the A389 is partially blocked near Boundary Road by a vehicle that has caused a 200 metre long spillage of concrete.
    • North Quay Parade in Padstow is partially blocked near The Strand junction by an accident.
    • The B3192 in Ashcombe partially blocked near the A380 Telegraph Hill junction because of an accident.
  29. Cornwall Cricket latest

    BBC Sport

    Cornwall have made good progress this morning in their Unicorns Counties Championship game against Herefordshire, at Colwall.

    Starting their second innings with a lead of 115, at lunch they were they were 156 for three a short time ago - a lead of 271.

  30. Torquay takeover expected soon

    Brent Pilnick

    BBC South West Sport

    Torquay United should have new owners by the end of the week, according to the club's acting chairman.

    Bill Phillips has released a statement saying that the consortium of 10 local businessmen aiming to buy the club are "in the box seat".

    It is understood that the group will meet on Monday night to formalise their takeover plans.

    "Torquay United are hopeful that a deal on ownership will be completed this week," Phillips said. "The consortium led by Dean Edwards is definitely in the box seat, but the final decisions have to be made very soon."

  31. Royal Cornwall Show figures

    BBC Radio Cornwall

    More than 126,000 people attended the Royal Cornwall Show last week, the fourth highest total ever.

    Organisers say the sunny weather and highlights such as Cornwall's rugby players showing off the Bill Beaumont Cup drew in the crowds.


    There have been some complaints about long delays leaving the showground on Saturday - some people say they were stuck for four hours - secretary Chris Riddle said they would be looking into what went wrong but added: "Cornish roads are Cornish roads and we know what can happen on an average Saturday in the summer, let alone for the show period."

  32. Rail union ballots members

    Matt Pengelly

    Local Live

    Rail passengers in the south west are facing the possibility of more disruption, as First Great Western and union leaders argue over the introduction of new trains.

    FGW managers insist there will be no compulsory redundancies but RMT general secretary Mick Cash said: "RMT has made every effort to secure a series of very basic assurances from FGW over jobs, services and safety as a result of the introduction of the new Hitachi fleet and they have simply ignored us."

  33. Milk prices

    Bill Buckley

    Presenter, BBC Radio Devon

    Would you go out of your way to pay more for milk in order to support Devon's dairy farmers? Today we're hearing that the Chair of the NFU's Regional Dairy Board is giving up his farm tenancy and selling his pedigree herd of nearly 400 cows because of the falling milk price.

    Mark Oliver says he's getting 25p per litre and it's costing him more than that to produce. As a tenant farmer, he says he can't borrow any more money to prop up the business so he's now looking for a new job after farming his whole life.

    So are you out for the cheapest product? Or would you go out of your way to a supermarket who pays the farmer more, but charges you more? Call me on: 0345 301 1034.

  34. Leading farmer quits

    Western Morning News

    The depth of the crisis affecting dairy farmers is laid bare today, with the news that the chairman of the NFU's South West Dairy Board is giving up his herd and quitting farming, reports the Western Morning News.


    Mark Oliver, who has been a spokesman for hard-pressed dairy farmers across the South West through the dairy crisis, is putting his 370 Holstein Friesian milking cows up for sale and giving up the tenancy on the farm at Lanhydrock, near Bodmin.

    He told the paper: "I have been farming all my life, I drove my first tractor when I was seven and I have no firm idea what I am going to do next."

  35. Road problems

    BBC Travel

    • North Quay Parade in Padstow is partially blocked near The Strand junction because of an accident.
    • There's a broken-down vehicle on A389 in Bodmin near the Boundary Road junction.
    • The B3192 in Ashcombe is partially blocked near the A380 Telegraph Hill junction, because of an accident.
    • Colley End Road in Paignton is partially blocked around the Colley End Park junction because of an accident.
  36. Survey to provide answers

    Andy Birkett

    BBC News Online

    A Marine Adviser for Natural England hopes the sediment survey of a Marine Conservation Zone in Cornwall will bring some answers.

    Dr Rhiannon Pipkin

    Campaigners say dredged material from Plymouth Dockyard may have had an impact on the marine habitat.

    Dr Rhiannon Pipkin is grateful for the advice from local divers and says "one survey will not give all the answers," she hopes the seabed analysis "will add a piece to the puzzle."

  37. Skip lorry travelled 100m

    Andy Birkett

    BBC News Online

    Devon & Cornwall police confirm the skip lorry which killed its driver at Derriford Hospital travelled about 100m before hitting the hospital radio building.

    Viridor skip lorry crashed into Derriford Hospital

    Sgt Rob Kelland said, "It would appear that a driver was hitching his trailer on about 100 metres further up the hill and while he was doing that it would appear the lorry starting rolling away.

    "Witnesses are saying that he tried running after the lorry and tried to save it but unfortunately fell and was run over by his own lorry."

  38. How long did you take to get home?

    Laurence Reed

    Presenter, BBC Radio Cornwall

    Today we're looking back at the Royal Cornwall Show - the sun shone but we're still waiting for the attendance figures.


    It seems there were problems at the end of the day on Saturday - some people have contacted me to complain it took then four hours just to get out of the Show car park! What did you see? Call me now 01872 222222.

  39. Man killed by runaway lorry

    Andy Birkett

    BBC News Online

    A man killed by his own vehicle at Derriford Hospital fell under the wheels of the skip lorry while he was chasing after it, police have confirmed.

    The 57-year-old Viridor worker was pronounced dead at the scene and the next of kin have been informed. No other people or vehicles were thought to be involved.

  40. Heavy drinkers targeted for help

    BBC Radio Cornwall

    Cornwall's acute hospitals are introducing a specialist alcohol unit designed to deal with people who come into hospital with any problems linked to alcohol.


    It's understood alcohol-related illnesses and accidents cost the NHS more than £3bn a year - from September a dedicated team of medical staff will be based in Cornwall's hospitals, speaking to patients who may have or are at risk of developing health problems due to drink.

    One consultant hepatologist Dr Bill Stableforth said: "It should have a significant impact. If it's effective - and I think it will be effective - it should save the Trust around £900,000 a year."

  41. Cornwall cricket

    BBC Sport

    Cornwall have the advantage after the first day of their Minor Counties Championship Western Division opener against Herefordshire at Colwall.

    After winning the toss the Duchy made 285 all out as Brad Wadlan made 77 and Antony Angove hit 58 - Wadlan then starred with the ball as he took four wickets for 64 while Christian Purchase had figures of 3-38.

    Cornwall, who lead by 115 runs after the opening innings, begin their second stint with the bat this morning.

  42. High waters

    Bee Tucker

    BBC Weather

    If you're hoping to enjoy the sunshine at the seaside around Devon & Cornwall, here are the times of the next high tide.

  43. Fatal crash at hospital

    Andy Birkett

    BBC News Online

    Viridor has confirmed that one of its refuse truck drivers was killed this morning at Derriford Hospital.

    A 57-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene in the hospital grounds after he was hit by his own vehicle at around 07:15BST.

    Police are continuing their investigation although no other vehicles or people are believed to have been involved.

  44. The longest day

    Jonathan Beale

    Defence correspondent, BBC News

    For HMS Bulwark and her crew, 7 June was 'the longest day' - between dawn to dusk the Devonport-based ship saved around 1,200 migrants from nine vessels.


    The Royal Navy ship is now on her way to Sicily to hand the migrants over to the Italian authorities.

  45. Tony delight for Alex Sharp

    BBC Arts

    Sidmouth actor Alex Sharp is the toast of Broadway after winning a Tony Award in New York.


    Alex plays plays a gifted mathematician with Asperger's syndrome in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, which also scooped the prize for best director and best play.

    The 26-year-old reminded the audience that he had only graduated from drama school last year.

  46. Rail strike ballot

    West Briton


    Travel between Cornwall and the rest of the country could be disrupted after the RMT announced it would ballot its members. reports the West Briton.

    The RMT has announced that it will ballot its First Great Western members for strike action or action just short of a strike. The ballot is being taken over fears that jobs and members safety could be threatened by the introduction of the new Hitachi Inter-City trains.

  47. Crew member airlifted to hospital

    Andy Birkett

    BBC News Online

    A man was airlifted from a passenger ship in Plymouth Sound to Derriford Hospital last night.

    The alert was raised after a crew member on the 'Seven Seas Voyager' suffered a suspected heart attack at around 18:00.

    A helicopter from RNAS Culdrose was assisted in the operation by the Plymouth lifeboat.

  48. Homes legal battle

    BBC Radio Devon

    Controversial plans for new housing in Pinhoe on the edge of Exeter are going before the High Court today.

    A developer wants to build 120 new homes - Exeter Council rejected the scheme but the developer won on appeal.

    Now though, Exeter is challenging the Inspector's decision in a hearing before a judge sitting at the High Court in Bristol.

  49. Blue skies ahoy

    Kevin Thomas

    BBC Weather Forecaster

    Although a chilly start for some inland areas, it will be another dry day with long spells of sunshine and just patchy cloud developing.


    Light or moderate northeasterly winds will become fresh at times and occasionally strong further west. Max Temp: 18C (64F)

  50. Lorry collided with building at Derriford Hospital

    Andy Birkett

    BBC News Online

    A lorry has collided with a building at Derriford Hospital this morning, Devon & Somerset Fire Service has said.

    The incident was reported by the fire service after police confirmed that a man was killed after being hit by his own vehicle in the hospital grounds.

    No other vehicles were involved and the man was pronounced dead at the scene.

  51. 'Reckless Rex' remembered

    Patrick Clahane

    BBC News Online

    A World War One pilot nicknamed "Reckless Rex" has been honoured with a memorial in his adopted home town in Devon.


    Flt Sub Lt Reginald Warneford, 23, was awarded the Victoria Cross after becoming the first airman to destroy a German Zeppelin in mid-air - but died in an air crash in France nine days later.

    Now, exactly 100 years on from his daring mission, a memorial flagstone has been laid in his honour in Exmouth.

  52. Tory changes

    Tamsin Melville

    Political Reporter

    Councillor Fiona Ferguson has announced she's standing down as the Conservative group leader at Cornwall Council.


    The Truro councillor wrote on her blog: "I very much appreciate all the support I have had already from my husband and children but together with my other commitments an increased work load is something I cannot contemplate."

  53. Refuse lorry driver killed by his own vehicle

    Andy Birkett

    BBC News Online

    A driver of a refuse lorry has been killed after being hit by his own vehicle in Plymouth.

    No other vehicles were involved at the incident at 07:15BST this morning in the grounds of Derriford Hospital and the man was pronounced dead at the scene.

    The Health and Safety Executive has been informed and police are at the scene.

  54. Traffic latest

    BBC Travel

    • A3058 Henver Road in Newquay is partially blocked and there's slow traffic inbound near the Penhallow Road junction because of an accident.
    • One lane is closed and there's very slow traffic on the A38 eastbound in Lee Mill between the Lee Mill Road junction and Ivybridge because of a broken down vehicle.
    • Slow traffic is reported on the A38 in both directions in Saltash at Carkeel Roundabout in the roadworks area.
  55. Latest headlines

    Matt Pengelly

    Local Live

    The top stories on BBC Local Live: Devon & Cornwall include:

    • A new team has been created at Cornwall's acute hospitals to help people with their alcohol addiction.
    • The road to Newquay's Great Western Beach will be closed all summer after February's landslide.
    • Exeter University researchers need surfers to volunteer for a 'superbug' survey.
    • Interviews start today for the vacant Plymouth Argyle hotseat.
  56. Devon cricketers struggle

    BBC Sport

    Devon had a tough end to the first day of their Minor Counties Championship match against Wales at Sandford.

    The Welsh lead by 190 runs with Devon at 92-3 in their reply to the Wales' first innings total of 282 all out. Having won the toss Wales opener Greg Holmes hit 75 and put on 123 for the fourth wicket with Tom Baker (80).

    In reply Devon lost three wickets in the final half hour as James Toms (32), Barney Huxtable (21) and Max Curtis (26) fell victim to the Welsh bowlers.

  57. 'Busiest day' for Bulwark

    Jonathan Beale

    Defence correspondent, BBC News

    HMS Bulwark has had her busiest day in the Mediterranean Sea so far - saving approximately 1,200 migrants from nine vessels.


    The Devonport-based warship has rescued nearly three thousand migrants in the last month - it's estimated that sixteen hundred people have drowned so far this year trying to flee Africa for Europe.

  58. 'Beach Bums' sought for intimate survey

    BBC News


    Scientists are launching an investigation into antibiotic-resistant bacteria, known as "superbugs", by gathering data from surfers' rectums.


    "Beach Bums" is the first UK project of its kind, teaming researchers with the action group Surfers Against Sewage.

    Surfers are being asked to volunteer to provide rectal swabs to help scientists to find out the effects of marine pollution on human health.

  59. Seabed samples

    BBC Spotlight

    Government scientists have been taking samples of the seabed in Whitsand Bay off south east Cornwall, searching for heavy metals and other contaminants.


    They've been examining sediment in and around the recently designated Marine Conservation Zone. The researchers say this type of sampling is 'not unusual' round the zones - while environmental campaigners say years of dredged material from Plymouth Dockyard may have had an impact on the undersea habitat.

  60. Rush hour problems

    BBC Travel

    • There's slow traffic and one lane is closed on the A38 eastbound in Wrangaton between Wrangaton Cross and Marley Head Junction in south Devon because of a multi-vehicle accident.
    • B3413 Crownhill Road in Plymouth is partially blocked and slow traffic is reported westbound near the Budshead Road junction, because of an accident involving a van and bicycle.
    • A390 Holmbush Road in St Austell is partially blocked and busy but moving near Mount Charles Roundabout, because of an accident involving a single vehicle.
    • In Plymouth, the A386 Outland Road in Plymouth is busy but moving inbound from Manadon Roundabout to Milehouse Junction.
  61. Good morning

    Matt Pengelly

    Local Live

    We'll be bringing you all the news, sport, travel and weather updates you need for Monday.

    If you've got a story you think we'd be interested in, please do drop us an email.