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Man denies doorstep acid attack
A man accused of throwing acid in the face of a businessman in Cornwall denies being responsible for the assault.

'Big gaps' in end-of-life care
A patient watchdog in Cornwall is urging healthcare providers to improve end-of-life services.

'Vulnerable' man kicked and punched
A vulnerable man is repeatedly kicked and punched in a "vicious and unprovoked" street attack, police say.

Norovirus outbreak closes four wards
An outbreak of norovirus in Cornwall prompts the closure of four hospital wards across the county.

Freed seal killed in 'boat strike'
A seal pup is killed, possibly by a boat, a month after being released into the wild from a sanctuary.

Free school head quit amid probe
A head teacher who resigned for personal reasons had been under investigation by school governors, it has emerges.

Cornwall Coliseum demolition starts
Demolition work is starting at a Cornish music venue that attracted famous acts including The Who and Sir Paul McCartney.

The place where one street could decide the MP
What's it like to live in the four-way marginal of Camborne and Redruth?

Poldark to return for second outing
The BBC announces a second series of Poldark, based on the 18th Century-set novels of Winston Graham.

Truro City complete comeback victory
Truro City launch a second half recovery to win 3-1 at Southern Premier League strugglers Arlesey Town.

Thornley beats Grainger at GB trials
Olympic champion Helen Glover eases to win in women's pair with Heather Stanning at Great Britain trials

Cornish Pirates 8-69 Worcester Warriors
Worcester Warriors hand Cornish Pirates their heaviest Championship defeat for the second time this season.

Pirates sign Saints scrum-half Day
Cornish Pirates sign former England Under-20 scrum-half Alex Day from Premiership leaders Northampton Saints.

Truro have only completed 'half a job'
Truro City have only completed 'half a job' after securing a home play-off in the Southern Premier League, according to boss Steve Tully.

Argyle's Allen may need knee surgery
Plymouth Argyle midfielder River Allen could require knee surgery after injuring his medial ligaments on loan at Truro City.

Truro City submit stadium plans
Truro City submit plans for a new stadium at Silver Bow on the outskirts of the city

BBC News | UK | World Edition
Miliband: Cameron risking future of UK
Ed Miliband warns David Cameron to "take on, not talk up" the SNP as a row over its possible role in a future government intensifies.

'Online diet pills' inquest to open
An inquest into the death of a student from Shrewsbury thought to have taken "highly toxic" diet pills bought online is due to open.

Labour plans nurses recruitment drive
Labour will launch an emergency recruitment drive to get 1,000 more nurses into training this year if they win the election, Ed Miliband will say.

Wonga reports £37.3m loss for 2014
Short-term lender Wonga made a pre-tax loss of £37.3m in 2014 amid a major overhaul of the controversial company.

Iraq War report date uncertain
The official inquiry into the 2003 Iraq War may not publish its long-awaited report this year, BBC Newsnight has learned.

Action call over grocery pricing
Consumer body Which? demands action from regulator over "confusing and misleading" supermarket pricing.

Christian medic 'made to look crazy'
A Christian health worker claims the NHS made her look "a bit crazy" by disciplining her for allegedly trying to convert a Muslim colleague.

UKIP wants BBC fee cut by two thirds
The BBC should be 'cut back to the bone' and the licence fee reduced by two thirds, according to UKIP leader Nigel Farage.

Clegg's tax rise vow on second homes
Nick Clegg says owners of second homes in rural beauty spots could face paying double the rate of council tax under Liberal Democrat plans.

Queen celebrates 89th birthday
As the Queen celebrates her 89th birthday privately at Windsor Castle, celebratory music and gun salutes take place in Hyde Park.

Mindfulness 'option for depression'
A mindfulness-based therapy could provide a "new choice for millions of people" with recurrent depression, a study in the Lancet says.

Groundhog Day set for London stage
A stage musical adaptation of classic comedy film Groundhog Day is to have its world premiere at the Old Vic in 2016.

Google help for Nessie hunters
Fans of the Loch Ness Monster are being offered a chance to explore its "habitat" using Google Street View.

Lamb with five legs born on farm
A lamb with five legs is born at a farm in mid Wales.

NI midwives vote for strike action
Midwives in Northern Ireland vote to strike on 30 April, in a dispute over pay.

Man charged after republican speech
A 33-year-old man is charged with encouraging terrorism and supporting a proscribed organisation.

Call centre announces 300 new jobs
A call centre firm announces 300 new jobs at its site in Cardiff.

DNA solves Patagonia bones mystery
More than 150 years after the first Welsh settlers landed in Argentina, a firefighter from Conwy county helps end the mystery of one of the first arrivals in Patagonia.

Lib Dems 'to deliver opportunity'
The Scottish Liberal Democrats are to launch their manifesto, setting out plans to deliver a "decade of opportunity".

Digital health project misses target
A £10m online health project has reached less than a third of the people it set out to, the BBC has learned.

'Vigilante' probe: Second man held
A second suspected paedophile hunter is arrested on suspicion of tracking down and attacking alleged sex offenders.

Man injured as building collapses
A man is injured after a building in central London collapses.

England should pick Rashid - Vaughan
Adil Rashid should make his Test debut for England in the second match of the series in West Indies, says Michael Vaughan.

Henderson close to five-year deal
Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson is close to agreeing a new £100,000-a-week deal with the Premier League club.

Tuesday's gossip column
Juventus willing to pay £50m for Sterling, Liverpool target Depay, Klopp rejects West Ham, plus more.

Migrant deaths a dark day - Cameron
David Cameron has described the boat disaster in the Mediterranean as a "dark day" and called for a "comprehensive" approach to the problem.

Register to vote, urges ex-Doctor Who
Actor Christopher Eccleston joins politicians and celebrities urging people to sign up to vote ahead of the midnight deadline to register.

Sinn Féin seeking £1.5bn for NI
Sinn Féin is to seek an extra £1.5bn for Northern Ireland in negotiations with an incoming government following the general election.

VIDEO: Finance Bill second reading
MPs pass the Finance Bill at second reading.

VIDEO: Man hurt in London building collapse
A 56-year-old man is injured after a building in the Holborn area of London collapses.

VIDEO: Meet the royal baby 'superfans'
Ardent royal fans have begun gathering outside St Mary's Hospital in Paddington ahead of the birth of the Duchess of Cambridge's second baby.

VIDEO: Crews tackle huge mountainside fire
Firefighters continue to tackle a number of grass fires, with crews attending more than 600 since 1 April.

VIDEO: Brave enough to challenge your boss?
Junior staff within the airline industry are encouraged to speak up to more senior staff, including pilots, if they believe they have made a mistake.

VIDEO: Flawless 100 carat diamond for sale
Sotheby's in London is to auction what it says is a 'flawless' 100 carat diamond.

VIDEO: SNP manifesto on campaign day 22
The SNP launched its manifesto, other parties launched posters and manifestos too and the deadline to register to vote is tonight.

VIDEO: Guidelines on wholegrain consumption
Scientists from Newcastle University are urging the government to introduce guidelines on daily consumption of wholegrain foods.

VIDEO: Labour wants to train more nurses
The Labour party says it would write to colleges and universities asking them to reopen admissions for nursing training if elected.

The constituency that is much closer to Oslo than Westminster
The seat that's much closer to Oslo than Westminster

'My body is now worthless to me'
Woman preyed on by 'night-stalker' rapist talks of ordeal

VIDEO: Manifesto moments in 90 seconds
Summary of all seven main party montages in under two minutes

The tech that rocks the cradle
The tech that rocks the cradle

The teenagers who raced bicycles on WW2 bomb sites
The teenagers who raced bicycles on WW2 bomb sites

Asylum seeker: Why I chose the UK
Why one asylum seeker chose the UK


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