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Summary

  1. Hundreds turn out for Argyle promotion parade
  2. Elderly man goes over cliff in car at Polzeath
  3. Mother who died after breast implant operation felt 'poisoned'
  4. Off-duty lifeguard comes to the rescue of tired surfer
  5. Man 'trapped between car and bridge' rescued
  6. Man treated for 'dislodged teeth after club attack'
  7. Tom Daley's wedding 'full of love and happiness'
  8. Cornish school which achieved its best GCSE results in 2016 has been put into special measures
  9. More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Tuesday

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  1. Young among seven offered Torquay deals

    James Law

    BBC Sport Online

    Torquay United have offered new deals to seven players, including Luke Young and skipper Courtney Richards, with a further five waiting on their futures.

    Ex-Plymouth midfielder Young, 24, won player of the season at the National League club as they avoided relegation.

    Brendan Moore, Sean McGinty, Ruairi Keating, Dan Sparkes and Aman Verma are the others offered contract extensions.

    Luke Young

    The Gulls have released Ben Gerring and Charlie Duke, while Damon Lathrope and Sam Chaney are already under contract.

    Top-scorer Brett Williams is among five players yet to be offered terms, along with Giancarlo Gallifuoco, Shaun Harrad, Lathaniel Rowe-Turner and Myles Anderson.

  2. Travel update: Car and tractor crash

    BBC News Travel

    Police have updated the information on an earlier accident reported at Lanivet. 

    The accident is at Sweetshouse -  the B3269 is partially blocked and there's heavy traffic due to a collision between a car and a tractor around the B3268, the turning for Lostwithiel. 

    There are delays southbound.  

  3. Travel update: Roadworks and accidents causing delays

    BBC News Travel

    There are a couple of accidents in Cornwall this morning: 

    • In Lanivet we have reports of an accident on the A389 around Old Coach Road
    • In Lanlivery we have reports of an accident on the B3269 at the A390

    In Truro on the A390 between Arch Hill and Threemilestone there's very slow traffic due to the roadworks.

    Roadworks are also slowing things down in Devon: 

    • In Plymouth on the A386 Tavistock Road there's slow traffic heading outbound towards Derriford and also from the George Junction heading inbound to the Derriford Roundabout
    • Near Saltash on the A388 and A38 approaching the Carkeel Roundabout Devon-bound there are narrow lanes and slow traffic
  4. Man hospitalised after being trapped by car

    Sophie Malcolm

    BBC News Online

    A man has been taken to hospital with leg injuries after he became trapped between a car and a bridge wall near Truro early this morning.

    Firefighters used crash rescue equipment to release the man, who was "pinned" by the car just before 04:30 near St Erme. 

    He was taken to the Royal Cornwall Hospital for treatment. It's not clear how he became trapped.

  5. Ferry taken out of service after 'beaching' on Devon side of river

    Devon Live

    One of the Torpoint Ferries has been left damaged after hitting the slipway on Sunday afternoon in an accident which saw the vessel taken out of service.

  6. Cornish school put into special measures after best GCSE results

    BBC Radio Cornwall

    A Cornish school which achieved its best GCSE results ever in 2016 has been put into special measures.

    Ofsted reports all aspects of Cape Cornwall School in St Just are either inadequate or need improvement and disadvantaged children significantly underachieve.

    Ofsted does praise the school for being inclusive, welcoming and integral to the community and adds history and English are strong. 

    But weak teaching in other subjects, truancy rates above the national average, the behaviour of a small number of pupils and the failure of the governors to question underperfomance with enough vigour are criticised. 

    In a letter to parents Executive Head Jan Woodhouse - who started in September - said:

    Quote Message: Our key priorities are to improve the quality of teaching across all subjects, and ensure that students [especially disadvantaged students] fully engage in lessons with the activities. We also need to improve attendance and we would ask for support from every parent in making sure their child attends school on every day possible." from Jan Woodhouse Executive Head
    Jan WoodhouseExecutive Head
  7. Beautiful morning across most of the South West

    Kevin Thomas

    BBC Weather Forecaster

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    Plenty of sunshine to start the day at Sidmouth, Topsham and for most of the SW. 

    The early mist is lifting from Bodmin.   

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  8. A sunny Monday in store for most of the South West

    BBC Weather

    It will be another fine day for most, with good spells of sunshine.

    It will feel pleasantly warm in the sun, particularly in sheltered western parts, with light winds.  

    Maximum temperature 15C (59F). 

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  9. Plymouth Argyle fans prepare for parade

    BBC Radio Devon

    Hundreds of people are expected to line the streets of Plymouth later today when the city hosts an open-top bus parade for Plymouth Argyle football players, in celebration of their promotion to League One. 

    Argyle narrowly missed out on the League Two title at the weekend, after drawing 1 - 1 to Grimsby Town. 

    Plymouth Argyle Promotion
  10. Travel update: Roadworks expected to cause delays

    BBC News Travel

    It's an incident free morning so far, but there are some roadworks expected to cause delays: 

    • On the A30 at Broadwoodwidger, one lane is closed Cornwall-bound for drainage works between Stowford Cross and the Liftondown turn-off
    • In Plymouth on the A386 Tavistock Road between Budshead Road and the Derriford Roundabout Expect delays
    • In Plymouth, at Sutton Harbourthe pedestrian footbridge across Sutton Lock remains closed due to a mechanical fault. Pedestrians can use the Harbour Heritage Trail as an alternative route
    • In Exeter Bonhay Road is closed between Exeter St David's Station and St David's Hill for sewer work. Diversions are in place
    • Near Penzance on the A30 Longrock Bypass there's a lane closure and speed restriction in both directions for drainage works
    • Near Penryn on the A39 expect slow traffic on the approaches to the Treluswell Roundabout due to the road improvements
    • In Bodmin a number of roads in the town centre are closed or have restrictions due to long term roadworks
  11. Man 'trapped between car and bridge' rescued

    A man who became "trapped between a car and a bridge wall" has been rescued by fire crews.

    Seventeen firefighters were called to the scene near St Erme, Truro, at 04:30 today.

    Firefighters used crash rescue equipment to release the man from "being pinned by the car", Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service said.

    Firefighters left the man with an ambulance crew. It is currently unclear how the man became trapped.

  12. News, sport, weather and travel for Monday

    Sophie Malcolm

    BBC News Online

    Good morning from BBC Local Live. We'll be bringing you the news, sport, travel and weather for Devon and Cornwall.

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