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The number of people on the billionaire list is growing, is that a good thing?

Merv Davey is a Bard of Gorsedh Kernow which exists to maintain the national Celtic spirit of Cornwall

Raynor Winn’s story has become the stuff of legend – and she’s back to share her adventures in her new book The Wild Silence

Although we’ll never be able to see Cornwall in the glory that our ancestors were lucky enough to enjoy, short clips like these 13 still give us a small insight into our county as it used to be

Captain Tom Moore who served in Cornwall during the Second World War has been knighted after raising £33 million for the NHS

A TV series following the lives of people living and working in Cornwall and Devon returns to screens. John Nettles narrates Channel 4’s look at village, rural and coastal life in the beautiful south west

Cornwall Life editor Carol Burns ponders unicorns, jam donuts and life after lockdown

Rosanne Hodin’s new Cornwall-set book ‘Growing Goats and Girls’ hits the shelves this month - we find out more about her favourite Cornish spots

Award-winning photographer David Chapman continues to explore Cornwall’s Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty with a visit to Carnewas to Stepper Point

Parties in the streets and crowds cheering in Trafalgar Square marked Victory in Europe Day in 1945, with the British public rejoicing after six long, hard years of war.

This year marks the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day, the day that formally recognised Nazi Germany’s surrender - so we gathered some beautiful old videos that capture the celebratory atmosphere of that first VE Day in 1945

Alongside the tuneful birthday wishes, Great Western Railway name a train in honour of Captain Tom Moore who has raised more than £29 million for the NHS

We are in this together, that’s why our magazines carries a simple message on the cover this month - #ThereWithYou

There are tons of apps to choose from, and it seems like we use different ones depending on the situation. Here are some of the best video calling apps.

We all recognise Cornishware’s famous blue and white stripes but Kate Whatmore creator of Corniche has given them a new lease of life with her design work.

It’s the perfect time to get out in the garden and get some motivation. Here is a roundup of all the fun and relaxing activities you can do in your garden.

It’s not all about crossing your legs and humming, you can meditate anywhere and at anytime – even when putting the kettle on.

We may be stuck indoors and the clubs and gyms may be shut for now, but we can all still stay active and healthy.

Instantly recognisable, Cornishware is a timeless British design icon, writes Natalie Millar-Partridge

From mindfulness and relaxing music, to digital detoxes and body positivity, there is a wealth of great things to immerse yourself in and listen to while working in isolation.

The show, which is one of Cornwall’s largest public events and attracts more than 100,000 people each year, was due to be held in June.

The online influencers that we love and admire. The Cornish bloggers’ pages we just can’t do without.

Make your home happy with these colourful accessories

The Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED) African Garden, which won a prestigious gold medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show earlier in the year, is being installed at the Eden Project,

You can help homeless people find a roof this winter by sleeping out in the cold for one night.

With a new restaurant opening, a new book just out, and an industry-defining two Michelin stars already in the bag, Nathan Outlaw has put Cornwall’s culinary heritage on the plates of an audience of global foodies without ever forgetting his regional roots

Combining summer with love, a new novel by best-selling author Catherine Alliott evokes the perfect summer romance

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