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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Child 'crushed' between two cars
A three year-old boy is seriously injured after being "crushed between two parked cars".

HMS Goliath centenary service held
A centenary memorial service is held in Cornwall for the local sailors who died serving on HMS Goliath.

Cyprus fall tourist dies in hospital
A British woman who went missing while on holiday in Cyprus after falling down an embankment dies in hospital.

Centenarian opens storm-hit landmark
A storm-battered clock tower is officially reopened by the village's oldest resident.

'Lifetime' paedophile, 73, jailed
A paedophile who carried out sex attacks on children spanning more than 50 years is jailed.

Redundancy risk for college staff
A union is concerned about a consultation currently involving more than 90 jobs at a college in Cornwall.

Man jailed for 'brutal' quarry murder
A man is jailed for 28 years for murdering a "naive pensioner" whose body was found in a disused quarry.

Hit-and-run cyclist broke girl's wrist
A hit-and-run cyclist mounts the pavement and careers into a nine-year-old girl on her way to school.

Jailed ex-royal aide to be released
Former royal aide Jane Andrews, who was jailed for life after stabbing her boyfriend to death and going on the run in Cornwall, is to be released from prison.

The strange day my father saved Harold Wilson’s life
Novelist Isabel Wolff reveals a family story

The UK town that loves solar power
How much could solar panel save you?

Pirates sign Exeter youngster Oulton
Cornish Pirates sign Exeter Chiefs academy scrum-half Jack Oulton.

Cornwall trio make Counties squad
Cornwall's Ben Hilton, Craig Williams and Matt Shepherd are called up to the England Counties squad to tour Romania

Cornwall 25-18 Hertfordshire
Cornwall reach their third successive County Championship final with victory over Hertfordshire.

BBC News | UK | World Edition
New laws promised in Queen's Speech
An EU referendum, tax cuts for low-earners and an extension of Right to Buy are to be promised in the first all-Conservative Queen's Speech since 1996.

Staying in 'will be Yes in EU vote'
Voters in the UK's EU referendum will be asked to choose Yes if they want to remain in the union or No to leave, the BBC understands.

Ireland to sell Aer Lingus stake
The Irish government agrees to sell its 25% stake in Aer Lingus to IAG, the owner of British Airways.

NI welfare reform bill fails to pass
Northern Ireland's controversial Welfare Reform Bill has failed to pass at Stormont after failing to win the support of nationalist parties.

MSPs vote on assisted suicide bill
MSPs are to vote on the Assisted Suicide Scotland bill following a debate in the Scottish Parliament.

Umunna 'may run for leader one day'
Shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna says he does not rule out one day running to lead the party - but hopes a vacancy does not arise.

UK 'will not accept migrant quotas'
The UK will not be part of any EU plan to relocate thousands of African migrants currently in Italy and Greece, the international development secretary says.

Muslims 'dehumanised' says Qatar royal
A senior member of the Qatar royal family has warned that Muslims are being "dehumanised" by the coverage of violent extremism in the Middle East.

Trader accused over Libor was 'greedy'
Former City trader Tom Hayes is accused of being "dishonest and manipulative" and a "ringmaster" in his alleged attempts to rig Libor rates, a court hears.

Barristers quit criminal cases
Barristers in Northern Ireland withdraw from all new criminal cases requiring legal aid in protest against new rules reducing the level of payments.

Victims of ID theft 'up by a third'
The number of people falling victim to identity theft in the UK rises by almost a third in the first three months of 2015, figures from fraud prevention agency Cifas show.

Six jailed over £200k Toblerone theft
Six men are jailed after lorries and their loads, including whisky and £200,000 of Toblerone, were stolen in Kent.

VIDEO: Writer McCall-Smith wins a pig
Novelist Alexander McCall-Smith has won the unusual prize of a pet pig after winning the Bollinger Everyman Woodhouse prize at the Hay Literary Festival.

Barenboim designs 'radical' new piano
Pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim has unveiled a new type of piano, which he says is "radically different" to the standard concert grand.

Health inquiry finds degrading cases
An inquiry into emergency health care in Northern Ireland uncovers inhuman and degrading treatment in some cases but no evidence of "systemic violations" of human rights.

Decision due over Irish smacking law
A decision is expected later on whether the Republic of Ireland has violated a European charter by not banning all forms of corporal punishment, including parents smacking their children at home.

Queen's Speech to confirm powers
Proposals to devolve further powers to Wales will be confirmed when the Queen announces the legislative plans of David Cameron's new government later.

Row sparked over police helicopter
A row breaks out over the loss of a police helicopter base with claims there was not "one shred of opposition" to losing the service.

Queen's Speech 'test of good faith'
The SNP say the Queen's Speech will be a test of the UK government's "good faith" when it comes to devolving more power to Scotland.

House: Cutting inequality cuts crime
Tackling inequality is key to tackling crime, according to Scotland's most senior police officer.

Family man dies at Dignitas centre
A British father-of-three who feared he would be paralysed by an inoperable tumour dies at the Dignitas centre in Switzerland.

Nurse 'killed patient with overdose'
A nurse killed a patient with a "massive overdose" of an anti-psychotic drug, a court hears.

Fifa officials arrested by FBI
A number of Fifa officials have been arrested by the FBI in Zurich ahead of Friday's presidential election.

Nadal and Djokovic through in Paris
Nine-time champion Rafael Nadal and world number one Novak Djokovic both make winning starts in the French Open

Bolt wins 200m on European return
Usain Bolt wins his first race of the year in Europe, but fails to break 20 seconds in the 200m at the Golden Spike meet.

Ex-MP Bruce: Politicians tell lies
It is not unusual for politicians to tell "brazen lies", a senior Lib Dem says as he defends the actions of ex-Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael.

Sturgeon attacks UK spending cuts
In her first major economic speech since the general election Nicola Sturgeon condemns the "scale and speed" of spending cuts planned by the UK government.

PM and EC president hold reform talks
Prime Minister David Cameron tells European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker "British people are not happy with the status quo" in Europe.

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

VIDEO: What is the Queen's Speech?
Ellie Price delivers a quick guide to the Queen's Speech.

VIDEO: The 'radical' Barenboim piano unveiled
Will Gompertz is at the unveiling of the Barenboim piano in London.

VIDEO: What will be in the Queen's Speech?
James Landale speculates on what will be included in the Queen's Speech.

VIDEO: Umunna as leader 'not impossible'
Shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna has not ruled out one day running to lead the Labour Party - but says he hopes a vacancy does not arise.

VIDEO: Where does Crossrail waste earth go?
The BBC's Andrew Bomford finds out where the millions of tonnes of earth go that have been excavated during the cross rail project.

VIDEO: On trail of identity theft fraudsters
The number of people falling victim to identity theft in the UK has risen by almost a third, new figures suggest.

VIDEO: Oshoala wins BBC Women's award
Nigeria and Liverpool forward Asisat Oshoala wins the inaugural BBC Women's Footballer of the Year.

VIDEO: Do pre-pay meters hit the poorest?
The energy watchdog Ofgem says it will investigate the installation of pre-payment energy meters in the homes of customers who have run up debt on their bills.

The myth of bad British teeth
The myth that British teeth are bad

Brain injury: Stories of changed lives
Stories of lives changed through brain injury

What next for Scotland?
Will SNP election landslide mean further devolution?

How will the new Right to Buy work?
How will the new Right to Buy actually work?

The assisted dying debate
Jeffrey Spector's death reignites assisted dying argument

Strike changes: what do they mean?
How tough will the new voting rules be?


Friends of Jubilee Pool Appeal

During the major storms of February 2014 the Jubilee Pool in Penzance suffered extensive damage. The pool is currently closed due to this damage.

A major grant from Coastal Communities Fund was awarded to Jubilee Pool in August 2014.

However, The Friends of Jubilee Pool are continuing to fundraise to reach a target of £160,000 as match funding to restore the pool to its former glory and to contribute to the longer term future of the pool. You can help them reach this goal by donating or organising a fund raising event.

The ‘Save our Lido’ campaign will contribute to the longer term future of the pool, as an important local amenity for locals and visitors alike.

If you love the Jubilee Pool, please help reach this goal by joining the Friends, donating to their campaign, or arranging a fundraising event- or all three!

All the money raised will go towards restoring and keeping the pool open. The aim is simple, to ensure Jubilee Pool survives and is never put at risk of closure again. You can also donate online by visiting their website


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