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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Men suffer nitric acid burns on ship
Three men suffer burns from nitric acid while on board a ship off Cornwall and are airlifted to hospital.

Man jailed for road rage stabbing
A care worker is jailed for 10 years for stabbing another driver in a road rage attack.

Collapsed mineshaft closes road
A "50ft" mineshaft collapses in west Cornwall, causing a road to be closed.

Dismissal prompts union train strike
A 24-hour strike by First Great Western (FGW) staff starts over the dismissal of a manager.

Police forces to merge services
Dorset Police is to share services with Devon & Cornwall's force following an agreement to form a "strategic alliance".

Revised plans for Cornwall stadium
Revised plans for Cornwall stadium

Dawn French becomes uni chancellor
Dawn French becomes university head

No sympathy for Albion - Davies
Cornish Pirates boss Ian Davies has no sympathy for Plymouth Albion's plight at the bottom of the Championship after his side beat them 27-16.

Lafferty proud after FA Vase exit
AFC St Austell manager Phil Lafferty says he is proud of his players and his club after their FA Vase semi-final defeat.

Truro 'frustrated' at Dunstable draw
Truro City are "frustrated" following their 0-0 draw with Dunstable Town, according to defender Rob Farkins.

Launceston boss 'delighted' with win
Launceston director of rugby Neil Bayliss says he is 'delighted' with his side's 29-5 win over Old Elthamians.

Tully 'delighted' with first season
Truro City manager Steve Tully says he is "delighted" at how his first full season in charge of the club has gone.

Pirates captain wants Albion survival
Cornish Pirates captain Chris Morgan says he does not want rivals Plymouth Albion to be relegated from the Championship.



BBC News | UK | World Edition
Borneo man guilty of Britons' murder
A Malaysian court finds a local man guilty of murdering two British medical students in Borneo.

Parties focus on economy and health
The Conservatives, Labour and Lib Dems make pledges on employment, taxation and mental health as general election campaigning continues.

B&Q set to close about 60 stores
Kingfisher, the owner of DIY chains B&Q and Screwfix, is to close about 60 B&Q stores in UK and Ireland over the next two years.

E-cigarette use 'high among teens'
A substantial number of teenagers are experimenting with e-cigarettes, even those who have never smoked, a study suggests.

'End cuts and rebalance economy'
Plaid Cymru will use its influence in a hung parliament to "unleash Wales' economic potential", party leader Leanne Wood says, as the party launches its election manifesto.

More veterans seek mental health aid
A mental health charity which treats military veterans says referrals have increased by 26% in the last year.

Binge drinking 'costs UK £4.9bn'
Binge drinking is costing UK taxpayers £4.9bn a year, a study has suggested.

Children fear 'addiction to porn'
A tenth of 12 to 13-year-olds are worried they are "addicted" to pornography, a study by the NSPCC ChildLine service has found.

UK couple found shot dead in Spain
British couple Peter and Jean Tarsey, both aged 77, have been found dead with bullet wounds in a village near Benidorm, Spanish police say.

'Strain' on Hillsborough families
A year on, some of the Hillsborough families say the strain of attending the inquests into the deaths of their loved ones is too much to bear.

Family of four dead in Gibraltar flat
Four people including a British man and two children have been found dead in a flat in Gibraltar, police in the British territory have said.

Litvinenko suspect can give evidence
Dmitry Kovtun, one of the men accused of murdering former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko, will be allowed to give evidence at the inquiry into his death.

Horses bring motorway to standstill
The M6 is closed outside Birmingham after horses are spotted wandering on the motorway.

Medieval eye remedy 'kills MRSA'
A 1,000-year-old treatment for eye infections could hold the key to killing antibiotic-resistant superbugs, scientists say.

Last day for NI education boards
Northern Ireland's five education and library boards will cease to exist as of midnight on Tuesday.

Judgement is reserved in cake case
Judgement is reserved at the end of the 'gay cake' case in Northern Ireland.

Plaid 'needs to convince voters'
Plaid Cymru has not yet convinced Welsh voters to switch from Labour, former Plaid leader Lord Elis-Thomas says.

Lib Dems promise 'stronger economy'
The Liberal Democrats will fight to build a stronger economy and a fairer society for Wales, Nick Clegg says, as he launches the party's Welsh campaign for the general election.

Parties focus on range of issues
Healthcare, house-buying, poverty and austerity are the focus for Scotland's political parties on day two of general election campaigning.

Better patient protection demanded
Patient safety campaigners are due to meet Scotland's health minister to demand stronger measures in the wake of a series of health scandals.

Two rescued from sinking tug boat
Two men are rescued after the tug boat they were working on capsized and sank off Fawley marine terminal in Southampton Water.

'Tube rescuer' dies helping brother
A man dies after being hit by a Tube train as he attempts to rescue his younger brother who had fallen on to the tracks.

Hamilton deal could be worth £27m
World champion Lewis Hamilton expects to sign a new Mercedes contract this week that could be worth more than £27m a year.

Australia announce Ashes squad
Adam Voges and Fawad Ahmed are included in Australia's 17-man squad to play England in this summer's Ashes Test series.

Disgrace if stars withdraw - Lineker
It would be a "national disgrace" if England's best youngsters do not play at the U21 Euros, says ex-striker Gary Lineker.

The candidates with no hope of winning
What drives candidates to spend months knocking on doors, when they know they have no chance of winning when polling day comes around?

Cameron launches election campaign
David Cameron says he wants to complete the job of "turning the country around" as the election officially gets under way and other leaders hit the campaign trail.

Miliband warning over EU referendum
Labour leader Ed Miliband unveils his party's business manifesto with a warning about David Cameron's pledge to hold an EU referendum - while some businesses criticise the use of their quotes in a Labour advert.

VIDEO: Treasury Committee
The Treasury Committee hears from the Chancellor, George Osborne.

VIDEO: 'Porn made my boyfriend abuse me'
A young woman talks about how her boyfriend's pornography habit led to him abusing her when she was 13.

VIDEO: Disability village 'under threat'
The village of Botton in North Yorkshire has been home to people with learning disabilities for 60 years, but there are claims that changes to employment laws are posing a threat to the community.

VIDEO: Nursing code of conduct launched
A new code of conduct has been launched by the body that oversees 670,000 nurses and midwives in the UK.

VIDEO: Scotland's crucial 2015 election role
Opinion surveys are suggesting unprecedented gains for the Scottish National Party in the upcoming general election.

VIDEO: Election 2015 reality check: Tax
The general election campaign has officially kicked off with a claim from the Conservatives that every working family in Britain would pay an extra £3,028 in taxes under a Labour government.

VIDEO: Key election figures brought to life
With just under six weeks to go until polling day the size of the electoral challenge for all the parties is clear.

VIDEO: Fox makes a bid for Downing Street
Journalists waiting outside 10 Downing Street spot a fox, apparently chasing a duck.

VIDEO: Election leaders - little known facts
Rarely heard information about the leaders of the UK's bigger political parties

MI6 boss unveils predecessor plaque
MI6 unveils plaque marking where service's founder worked

How can we curb 'fat cat' bosses' pay?
Can excessive salaries be curbed?

Bank of England puts global recession at heart of doomsday scenario
UK banks face global recession stress test

Should parents ever worry about Minecraft?
Should parents ever worry about Minecraft?

Getting to know Dr Strangelove
Newly-discovered work sheds light on an iconic film character

 


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