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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Campaigners deliver NHS petition
Campaigners from Cornwall have delivered a 10,000 signature 'Save Our NHS' petition to MP candidates in five Cornish constituencies.

Acid attack suspect's wife charged
A woman whose husband is accused of throwing acid in another man's face has been charged with perverting the course of justice.

Dying dog sparks helicopter search
The police helicopter is activated and sniffer dogs let loose as blood is found in a wooded area.

Cost of agency nurses soars for NHS
Spending on agency nurses in the South West has soared from about £12m in 2010 to more than £59m in 2014, it emerges.

Tories back Cornwall stadium bid
The Prime Minister gives his public backing to a stadium for Cornwall if the Conservatives are re-elected in May.

Farmer jailed for animal cruelty
A farmer whose animals were put down because he failed to care for them is jailed for 18 weeks.

Lib Dem candidate caught speeding
Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate Stephen Gilbert is caught speeding by a speed camera he "secured the funding for".

Council pay freeze funds living wage
Cornwall Council says it can afford to pay employees the living wage due to pay freezes for other staff.

What made one officer so special?
What made this police officer so loved?

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

Yorkshire Carnegie v Cornish Pirates (Sat)
Yorkshire Carnegie will be without David Doherty and Chris Pilgrim in the final game of the Championship season.

Home form a disappointment - Bayliss
Launceston boss Neil Bayliss says their home form has let them down as they enter the final phase of the season.

Truro to rest players for play-offs
Truro boss Steve Tully says he will field an under-strength team for their final Southern Premier League game at Histon.



BBC News | UK | World Edition
Labour plan to cap rental increases
Private landlords would not be able to increase rents by more than inflation for three years under Labour plans to give tenants more security.

Quake mission begins for UK experts
Humanitarian experts from the UK will begin to assess the damage caused by an earthquake in Nepal after travelling to the country overnight.

Cameron sets out '100 day' Tory plan
David Cameron says wages, welfare, housing and childcare will be at the heart of the Conservatives' programme for government in its first 100 days if it wins an outright victory.

Vault owner 'not contacted by police'
The director of the Hatton Garden Safety Deposit vault tells the BBC he has not been contacted by police investigating the heist.

Thousands ready for London Marathon
More than 51,000 runners are preparing to take part in the London Marathon.

Britain has 'moral duty' for migrants
Britain has a "moral responsibility" to help refugees from conflicts in which it has participated, the Bishop of Manchester says.

Music boss tops Britain's rich list
Warner Music owner Len Blavatnik is Britain's richest man with a £13.17bn fortune, taking top spot from the Hinduja brothers, according to the Sunday Times.

Anderson leads England to victory
James Anderson inspires England to a nine-wicket win over West Indies on the final day of the second Test.

Row over second referendum warning
Labour and the SNP clash on the issue of a second independence referendum as general election campaigning continues in Scotland.

EU exit nothing to fear, says Farage
UKIP leader Nigel Farage accuses the "political class" of lacking confidence in British businesses and says the UK can go it alone outside the EU.

Minute's silence marks Bradford fire
A minute's silence has been held before all Premier and Football league matches to mark the 30th anniversary of the Bradford City fire.

PM's 'brain fade' over football team
David Cameron comes under fire from Twitter users after saying in a speech that he supported West Ham - when he is an Aston Villa fan.

MasterChef 2015 winner crowned
A data manager from Oldham has been crowned champion of MasterChef 2015.

Ex-soldier in court over shooting
A former soldier appears in court charged with the attempted murder of a man who was shot dead by soldiers in County Armagh more than 40 years ago.

Tributes to GAA man killed in crash
Tributes are paid to Fermanagh hurler Shane Mulholland, who died in a road crash in County Fermanagh on Friday night.

Murder victim found dismembered
The murder victim whose body was found in a flat in Pontypridd is named as Tracey Woodford as police reveal she was dismembered.

More trains after rugby overcrowding
Extra trains are laid on to get rugby supporters to Cardiff for the Judgement Day games after services became overcrowded.

Man killed in van crash named
A man has died following a one-vehicle crash involving a van near Lauder in the Borders, police say.

Thousands pedal on parliament
Thousands of people from across Scotland converge on Holyrood in the fourth annual Pedal on Parliament event.

Premature baby couple stuck in Spain
A couple from Bolton whose baby was born 12 weeks prematurely on holiday in Spain say they could be stranded there for three months.

BBC presenter dies from skin cancer
Popular radio presenter and football commentator Colin Bloomfield dies aged 33 after a battle with cancer.

Manchester City 3-2 Aston Villa
Fernandinho scores a last-minute winner as Manchester City beat Aston Villa to go second in the Premier League.

Espanyol 0-2 Barcelona
Barcelona increase their lead at the top of La Liga to five points with a victory over Espanyol in the Barcelona derby.

West Bromwich Albion 0-0 Liverpool
Liverpool's hopes of securing a top-four finish were dealt a blow as they are held to a goalless draw at West Brom.

First black or Asian PM 'to be Tory'
The first black or Asian prime minister will be Conservative, David Cameron says, in a speech on opportunities for ethnic minority Britons.

Miliband warns of 'two-tier' NHS
Labour says leading English hospitals saw income from private patients rise by 58% since 2010 - but the Lib Dems accuse the party of "rank hypocrisy".

The unusual pledges in minor party manifestos
Most of us have now had as much time as we need to peruse the main manifesto pledges of the biggest parties - but there are some more unusual offerings for voters to choose.

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

VIDEO: Gallipoli remembered at Cenotaph
The Queen has laid a wreath at the Cenotaph in central London to mark the centenary of the Gallipoli campaign.

VIDEO: Musical tribute to Gallipoli fallen
Hundreds of soldiers from the Lancashire Fusiliers were killed during the Gallipoli campaign 100 years ago, and now a new piece of music has been composed in their honour.

VIDEO: Farage 'fighting fit' for election
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has admitted to being "in a great deal of pain" at the start of the election campaign and is now "fighting fit".

VIDEO: What matters to a cabbie?
Steve, from Manchester, has been a Hackney carriage taxi driver for 33 years.

VIDEO: Couple plan to be oldest newlyweds
Two elderly lovebirds from East Sussex are set to become the world's oldest newlyweds when they tie the knot in June.

VIDEO: A marathon every day... for a year
Most of those taking part in Sunday's London Marathon will have spent all year working towards the big race but one man certainly stands out from the crowd.

VIDEO: Kent orchard spurs pear industry revival
The UK's biggest conference pear orchard has been planted at a farm in Kent, using techniques already used abroad in a bid to help British producers compete with their foreign rivals.

VIDEO: Where is immigration welcome?
Unemployment has hit a seven-year low, but more than a third of the new jobs created last year went to workers from abroad.

In the Hatton Garden raiders' footsteps
'What I learned retracing the Hatton Garden thieves' footsteps'

The people who race mobility scooters
The people who pimp, race and crash mobility scooters

The allure of the good-looking runner
Why good-looking runners attract more donations

'Paula got people off their bums'
Paula deserves grand London Marathon send-off

Weekend edition: The best of the week's reads
The best of the week's reads

Do people's hustings turn the tables?
Can "people's hustings" put voters in control of the agenda?

 


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