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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".

Campaigners buy Shackleton aircraft
Aviation enthusiasts buy a 1950s RAF aircraft that has stood outside RAF St Mawgan in Cornwall for more than 25 years.

A&E misses target for nine months
The emergency department at Derriford Hospital in Plymouth has missed the four-hour waiting time target for the last nine months, a report says.

Hospital privatisation plans opposed
Dozens of people protest outside the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro against plans to privatise services.

'Loo with a view' sells for £115,000
A toilet block boasting panoramic views of the Cornish coast sells at auction for £115,000.

Bloodhound car has engine fitting
The Bloodhound Super Sonic Car has a fitting with the Rolls-Royce jet engine before undergoing more trials in Newquay.

Badger TB vaccine expansion plans
A trial to give Bovine TB vaccines to badgers will expand after it was deemed a success by scientists in Cornwall.

Revised plans for Cornwall stadium
Revised plans for Cornwall stadium

Dawn French becomes uni chancellor
Dawn French becomes university head

St Austell confident despite deficit
AFC St Austell manager Phil Lafferty is "confident" going in to his side's FA Vase semi-final second leg at Glossop North End, despite being 2-0 down.

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.

Worcester sign Pirates lock Barry
Worcester Warriors sign 6ft 6ins Cornish Pirates lock forward Darren Barry, who will arrive at Sixways this summer.

Rebels face Sharks in season opener
Cornish Rebels will begin the defence of their South West Rugby League title at 2013 champions Devon Sharks on 16 May.

Trio extend Cornish Pirates deals
Three members of the Cornish Pirates squad, including top points scorer Kieran Hallett, sign new deals for next season.

Truro third as Tully urges caution
Truro boss Steve Tully says they must 'not get carried away' after moving up to third in the Southern Premier League.

BBC News | UK | World Edition
Knox and Sollecito cleared of murder
Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito are acquitted by Italy's top appeals court of murdering British student Meredith Kercher in 2007 - the final ruling in the case.

Cameron promises 'seven-day NHS'
All hospitals in England will provide "a truly seven-day NHS" by 2020 under a future Conservative government, David Cameron says.

Policeman charged with wife's murder
A police constable appears in court charged with murdering his wife in Northamptonshire.

Man in court over 'skunk' cannabis
A 37-year-old man is remanded in custody charged over an international investigation into the supply of cannabis to Northern Ireland.

Hamilton on pole in torrential rain
Lewis Hamilton takes pole despite appearing to be blocked by Nico Rosberg after spectacular thunderstorms delay qualifying.

Road deaths 'puzzle' case closed
A police inquiry into the deaths of a Lithuanian couple found on the A47 in Norfolk is closed.

Labour 'would have to talk' to SNP
The deputy leader of the SNP Stewart Hosie believes a minority Labour government would have to negotiate with the nationalists ahead of its first Queen's speech.

Banned girls from Syria trio's school
Four girls barred from travelling abroad attend the same east London school as three teenagers feared to already be in Syria, it is revealed.

Dr Crippen letters sold for £11,000
Prison letters written by one of the 20th Century's most notorious murderers are sold for £11,000 at auction.

Tory benefit cut options leaked
The Conservatives are considering options for scrapping some benefits, the BBC learns - but the Tories say they are not party policy.

Man charged following slavery raids
A man is charged with slavery and fraud offences following raids in Oxford.

Graphene light bulb set for shops
A light bulb made from graphene - said by its UK developers to be the first commercially viable consumer product using the super-strong carbon - is to go on sale later this year.

Corden hails US chat show reaction
James Corden has talked of the "overwhelming" reaction to his US late night talk show, saying he had feared a "terrible onslaught" of criticism.

Wedding set for supermarket aisle
A couple will tie the knot in a very public way later when they hold their wedding in their favourite supermarket's Easter egg aisle.

Three held over gun attack on man
Three men are arrested by police investigating a shooting in Coleraine, County Londonderry.

DUP releases hung parliament plan
The DUP issues a five-point plan it will use as part of any negotiations in the event of a hung parliament after the general election in May.

Weapons and drugs seized in raid
Weapons, drugs and cash are seized following police raids on a bar and a home in Cardiff.

Bosses 'rate experience over grades'
Call for more firms to offer work experience after a survey of 2,000 employers finds they rate it over qualifications.

'Friendship message' from SNP to UK
Nicola Sturgeon is expected to send a message of "friendship and solidarity" to the rest of the UK during her speech to the SNP conference.

Pedestrian, 78, struck by car dies
A 78-year-old pedestrian dies after being struck by a BMW 3 series car on the Gallowgate in the east end of Glasgow.

Man jailed after police shooting
A man is jailed for 12 years for shooting a police officer in south-east London following a car crash.

Hundreds walk to remember Becky Watts
An estimated 300 people take part in a fundraising walk to remember Bristol teenager Becky Watts who was killed last month.

New Zealand 'start as underdogs'
Before Sunday's Cricket World Cup final, BBC Sport rounds up the best quotes, stats and video to preview the MCG showcase.

Wales players 'used to pressure'
Wales boss Chris Coleman says his players' experience of large crowds will help them cope against Israel on Saturday.

Wrong to restart game - Capello
Fabio Capello does not think Russia's qualifier in Montenegro should have restarted after Igor Akinfeev was hit by a flare.

The challenges of election polling
The BBC's David Cowling looks at the challenges facing pollsters during the 2015 general election.

What not to do on the campaign trail
As the general election campaign officially begins, here's a handy guide for would-be MPs on the pitfalls to avoid while on the campaign trail.

Where will 'winding up' Westminster lead?
Alex Salmond has been enjoying himself recently, doing what seems to come naturally, winding up Westminster.

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

VIDEO: Sick boy's online campaign takes off
People from all around the world wore yellow to support a sick boy from Corby in central England.

VIDEO: Kate at last events before baby due
The Duchess of Cambridge, accompanied by Prince William, has attended her final official events before the birth of her second child, as Nicholas Witchell reports.

VIDEO: Push to promote UK ice hockey
Ice hockey is seeing a push to get more people involved, the BBC's Mike Bushell reports.

VIDEO: 'Super councils' seek public money
In the wake of greater powers being devolved to Scotland, councils in England have been banding together to demand extra power for their local areas.

VIDEO: 1980s games reviewed by six-year-olds
Children try out some 1980s games at the new National Videogame Arcade in Nottingham and see how they compare to their modern equivalents.

VIDEO: Chocolatier creates giant Easter egg
A chocolatier in Lincolnshire has created a seven-foot (2.1-metre) Easter egg, which he will sell in pieces to raise money for charity, the BBC's Jill Archbold reports.

VIDEO: Conservative welfare cut options seen
The BBC has seen documents, commissioned by Conservative officials, examining the options for billions of pounds of welfare cuts if they win the election.

VIDEO: Paedophile John Rudd jailed
John Rudd thought he was meeting a 14-year-old girl, but he was being tricked by a group of internet paedophile hunters and has been jailed for a year.

VIDEO: Can we design for better living?
Can we design for better living?

How to open your own bed and breakfast
How to start your own bed and breakfast

Why do disabled people feel ignored when it comes to voting?
Why do disabled people feel excluded from the voting process?

NHS: Labour's private profits cap
Is Labour trying to make NHS privatisation an election issue?


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