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Setback for Cornwall stadium plans
Council officers recommend refusing plans for a supermarket which would pay for a £10m stadium for Cornwall.

Clegg calls for 'Cornish Assembly'
The Liberal Democrats say they would offer the people of Cornwall a new assembly which would get new powers to run local services.

Man spent £10K to find kitten killer
A businessman spent £10,000 hiring a private detective to find the killer of his daughter's kitten amid claims police "failed to investigate"

Newquay care home ordered to improve
Inspectors tell care home owners to make urgent improvements at a Newquay care home or face enforcement action.

Three arrested in terror fraud probe
Three men are arrested by counter-terrorism police on suspicion of fraud after reports of Cornwall people being tricked out of money by bogus police officers.

Vigilance call in slavery reporting
People should to be more vigilant when it comes to reporting suspected incidents of labour exploitation in Cornwall, the chief constable says.

Ministers issue spaceport shortlist
Six aerodromes, including Newquay, remain on a list to become the UK's first commercial spaceport.

Stranded traveller back on the hoof
A traveller left stranded after his horse died is hitting the road again, thanks to an online campaign.

VIDEO: 'Wales could be Cornwall' says Stein
The son of celebrity chef Rick Stein says Wales is not making the most of its fishing industry and it should follow Cornwall's lead.

Private firm admits staff pay errors
A private firm which runs cleaning services at Cornwall hospitals apologises for errors in staff pay.

'Wife's salary' man granted visa
A man who faced being deported due to his British wife's salary being too low has been given a visa to stay.

Police boss move to cost £500,000
The crime commissioner in Devon and Cornwall will spend £500,000 on relocating his offices to police headquarters.

Lonely monkey goes on first date
Daisy, a lonely 50-year-old monkey, goes on a successful first date following the death of her partner.

How far would you go for your pet?
How far would you go for your pet?

Arctic bowhead whale seen off Scilly
Arctic bowhead whale seen off Scilly

Redruth boss wants unbeaten run
Redruth boss Steve Larkins says he wants his side to go unbeaten for the rest of the season.

Truro 'must extend good home form'
Truro City manager Steve Tully is hoping his side can extend their recent good home form as they chase a play-off spot.

Pirates deals for Evans and Dancer
Cornish Pirates backs Matt Evans and Alex Dancer have signed new contracts with the Championship club.

St Austell boss eyes FA Vase victory
AFC St Austell manager Phil Lafferty is confident his side can win the FA Vase after reaching the semi-finals.

Defeat at Cirencester annoys Tully
Truro City manager Steve Tully says he is unhappy with his side after their 2-0 defeat at Cirencester Town.

BBC News | UK | World Edition
Drivers get 10-minute parking leeway
Drivers will get 10 minutes' grace before being fined if they stay too long in council-owned car parks in England, the government announces.

End 'fixation' with A&E wait target
The four-hour waiting time target for NHS accident and emergency units across the UK should be downgraded as it is distorting priorities, experts say.

Green MP calls for SNP alliance
Green Party MP Caroline Lucas calls for a "progressive alliance" with the SNP as her party holds what it says is its largest ever conference.

Science 'squeezed out of primaries'
Science is being squeezed out of English primary schools, with a third not providing the recommended two hours of teaching a week, research suggests.

Man in court on Becky murder charge
Nathan Matthews, stepbrother of Bristol teenager Becky Watts, appears in court charged with her murder.

MPs face curb on expenses payments
MPs will be banned from claiming expenses for dinners, TV licences and pre-23:00 taxis after May's election.

Cameron hits back after coward claims
David Cameron denies claims he is running scared from a head-to-head TV debate with Ed Miliband, as the BBC Trust rejects the DUP's appeal to be included.

Man 'critical' after work incident
A man is in a critical condition in hospital after a workplace incident at a fuel company in Belfast's Harbour estate.

Keane summonsed in road rage probe
Football star Roy Keane is summonsed to appear in court over an alleged road rage confrontation with a Greater Manchester taxi driver.

Banker lost job 'after risk fears'
A banker who claims he lost his job after raising concerns about his employer will have his case heard at a full employment tribunal hearing after losing a preliminary hearing.

Mirror 'insult' over hacking denial
Mirror Group Newspapers "added insult to injury" by giving a "deliberate impression" it had not engaged in phone hacking, the High Court hears.

Gift Horse trots in Trafalgar Square
Gift Horse, a skeletal sculpture which displays a live feed from the London Stock Exchange, has been unveiled on the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square.

Comedy books win Blue Peter awards
The Spy Who Loved School Dinners and The Silly Book of Side-Splitting Stuff win 2015's Blue Peter Book Awards, as young readers celebrate World Book Day.

Pair injured in Poleglass shooting
Two men in their 30s are injured after being shot in the legs in Poleglass on the outskirts of west Belfast.

BBC rejects DUP's TV debates appeal
The DUP's Nigel Dodds says the BBC Trust's decision to reject the party's appeal to take part in TV election debates "defies belief".

Soldier deaths review backs decision
A decision not to prosecute anyone after the deaths of three soldiers from overheating on a training exercise was the correct one, a review finds.

Leader survives confidence vote
The leader of Wales' biggest local authority survives a vote of no confidence insisting he is proud of his achievements in office.

Rangers on brink of new era - King
Dave King says Rangers are on the brink of a "new era" as he states over £20m will be needed to stabilise the club.

Armed police 'stopped' drink drivers
Armed police officers have stopped drink drivers and helped search for missing people, MSPs are told.

'Wrong body' cremated at MEP funeral
The body of a man was cremated by mistake at the funeral of an MEP with an almost identical name, the BBC understands.

Facebook boast traps Tesco robber
A robber who boasted on Facebook about his plans to raid a supermarket is caught red-handed by police.

Cisse accepts FA spitting charge
Newcastle United striker Papiss Cisse accepts a Football Association charge of spitting at Manchester United's Jonny Evans.

Sexist chanting needs reporting - FA
Fans are urged to report sexist abuse after footage emerges of women officials and staff being subjected to obscene chants.

Fifa ethics boss 'won't take orders'
Fifa's new ethics chief Cornel Borbely says "nobody will interfere" with his task of tackling corruption.

Overheard on the ladies' coach
On Delhi metro's coach reserved for women, ladies openly share their experiences - here are a few overheard conversations, illustrated by cartoonist Priya Kuriyan.

How Iran's feminist genie escaped
Iran's 1979 revolution may have handed ultimate power to an ayatollah - but for women it had plenty of positive side-effects.

Striking gold with a hoard of lost property
Welcome to the Zurich store where much of Switzerland's lost property ends up for sale.

Three-child benefit limit considered
The Conservatives are considering limiting child benefit to three children, which could save £300m a year in the long term, BBC Newsnight learns.

Clegg calls for 'Cornish Assembly'
The Liberal Democrats say they would offer the people of Cornwall a new assembly which would get new powers to run local services.

Ex-MP denial after police search home
Former Conservative MP Harvey Proctor has denied being part of any "rent-boy ring" after police searched his home.

VIDEO: Science and Technology Committee
The Committee hosts a "Voice of the Future 2015" event

VIDEO: App guides blind people on the Tube
A new trial on the London Underground is designed to help blind and partially-sighted people get around independently using wireless technology.

VIDEO: Classic Ford Mexico car stolen
Police have released CCTV footage of a ram raid car theft in Surrey

VIDEO: BoE under investigation for fraud
The SFO is investigating the Bank of England after allegations that the process under which it lent to banks during the financial crisis was "rigged".

VIDEO: Scotland election battle 'wide open'
Labour is vowing to "fight every step of the way" in Scotland despite polling suggesting the party could face a near wipe-out at the hands of the Scottish National Party.

VIDEO: Meningitis: 'No one should go through this pain'
The parents of a girl who lost part of her limbs after catching Meningitis B are supporting a campaign to speed up introduction of a vaccine against the disease.

VIDEO: Stepbrother charged with Becky murder
Nathan Matthews, the stepbrother of missing 16-year-old Becky Watts, has been charged with her murder, Avon and Somerset Police have said.

VIDEO: 'Nothing suspicious about my son'
The father of a Pakistani man who has been convicted in the US for plotting attacks in several countries says that there was "nothing suspicious" about his son.

VIDEO: Prince's warning about ivory trade
The Duke of Cambridge gives a speech warning over the risks to elephants from poaching and illegal trade.

VIDEO: Can marketing change your vote?
Can the right packaging change your vote?

VIDEO: Child star with Down's syndrome back on TV
Child TV star with Down's syndrome on life away from home

The legend's sister who beat the men
Pat Moss: The F1 legend's sister who beat the men

The man who posted himself to Australia
The man who posted himself from London to Australia

Quiz of the week's news
Who hasn't banned selfie sticks yet?

The strange things in Ladybird Books
The often strange world view of Ladybird Books

Fears over UK Sunni-Shia divide
Fears grow over tensions between UK's Sunni and Shia

Could Manchester pioneers save NHS?
Could the pioneering Greater Manchester plan save the NHS?

Parking grace period and debates row
Parking grace period and debates row attract headlines


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