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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
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.

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.

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.

'Lifesaving' beach safety dog dies
Tributes are paid to a famous Cornish "lifesaving" dog, Bilbo, who has died.

College failed to stop pupils abuse
A Cornwall secondary school is put in special measures following an inspection that highlighted homophobic and racist attitudes among pupils.

Cuts threaten lollipop crossings
Lollipop crossings across Cornwall are under threat as the council unveils cost-saving proposals.

Ambulance in hospital landing delay
An air ambulance was delayed in landing at the Royal Cornwall Hospital because staff there had not made the helipad safe, it emerges.

'Randy' seal sent to girls-only park
A "randy" seal is removed from her home in Cornwall to stop "further illicit breeding".

The strange day my father saved Harold Wilson’s life
Novelist Isabel Wolff reveals how her family saved Harold Wilson from drowning.

The UK town that loves solar power
A town in the UK's West country boasts the highest number of solar panels per head - but how much could the rest of us save if we install solar power systems?

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

Cornwall 'are yet to click' - Morgan
Cornwall coach Ian Morgan says they 'haven't really clicked yet' as they seek a place in the County Championship final.

Cowan-Dickie 'special', says Dawe
Former England international Graham Dawe says Exeter Chiefs Cornish hooker Luke Cowan-Dickie is a 'special player'.

Burgess in England training squad
Exeter Chiefs pair Jack Nowell and Luke Cowan-Dickie are named in Stuart Lancaster's 50-man England World Cup training squad.

Pirates sign utility back Cargill
Cornish Pirates sign utility back Will Cargill from Championship rivals Yorkshire Carnegie.

Reports of child sex crimes up 25%
Sexual crime reports rise over past five years

Domestic abuse calls top 30,000
More than 80 reports of domestic abuse daily

BBC News | UK | World Edition
Son hunted over house stab deaths
Police continue to hunt for a 21-year-old man after his mother, a man and a young girl were found stabbed to death in Oxfordshire.

Labour to back EU referendum bill
Acting leader Harriet Harman says Labour has dropped its opposition to an "in/out" vote on the UK's EU membership, and will now back the government's referendum bill.

Hull City 0-0 Manchester United
Hull City are relegated from the Premier League as they fail to beat Manchester United and Newcastle win their final game.

Major search for missing diver
A major search is being carried out in an area of the English Channel off Dorset after a diver failed to resurface.

Police hurt in rave missiles attack
Three police officers are hospitalised after coming under attack at an illegal rave in Lincolnshire.

Tax credits change 'key to EU talks'
Limiting the rights of EU migrants to claim tax credits is a key part of renegotiating the UK's relationship with the EU, Sajid Javid says.

Allardyce 'planned to leave Hammers'
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce says he planned to leave the Premier League side even if club had offered new contract.

'No return' to easier dismissal plan
Business Secretary Sajid Javid says he hopes to save firms more than £10bn by cutting red tape - but rejects a fresh move to make it easier to sack employees.

No UK troops to fight IS, say Tories
Business Secretary Sajid Javid rejects a call from a former head of the army to send UK ground troops to fight Islamic State.

Dunkirk tribute to rescue boat dead
A memorial plaque is unveiled at the site where a boat sank and hundreds died during the rescue of allied troops at Dunkirk in World War Two.

Caldwell murder to be reinvestigated
Police Scotland are told by the Crown Office to reinvestigate the unsolved murder of a woman killed in South Lanarkshire 10 years ago.

Two men drown on Malta holiday
Two British men, including one from Birmingham, have drowned on a holiday in Malta.

Gates open on day two of Big Weekend
The second day of Radio 1's Big Weekend in Norwich starts with showers but hasn't put off any of the 25,000 fans at Earlham Park.

Fifa thinks Eriskay's pitch perfect
A football pitch on the Western Isles is recognised by Fifa as one of eight unique places to play the game in the world.

Irish Church needs 'reality check'
One of Ireland's most senior Catholic clerics calls for the Church to take a "reality check" following the country's overwhelming vote in favour of same-sex marriage.

Woman speaks about NW 200 crash
Violet McAfee, who was hit by a motorbike while watching the North West 200, says she is confident of making a good recovery.

Labour party in its 'deepest crisis'
Former Labour minister Kim Howells says the party is in the "deepest crisis" he can remember and it needs fresh thinking if it is to come back from election defeat.

Jetbike's record attempt delayed
A jet-powered bike's attempts to break the British two-wheeled land speed record is delayed because of bad conditions.

Surgeon cut off leg with 'rusty saw'
A hospital surgeon allegedly used a "rusty hacksaw" to amputate a patient's leg after discovering a metal plate in the limb.

Fire breaks out in high-rise flats
Firefighters are tackling a blaze at a multi-storey block of flats in the Springburn area of Glasgow.

Anti jail-threat poster goes viral
A poster urging parents not to use the police to scare their children is seen more than 3.5m times since Friday.

Gallery staff set for holiday strike
National Gallery staff in central London are preparing to walk-out in a 10-day strike over privatisation plans.

Stokes & Cook shine for England
Ben Stokes hits the fastest Test century at Lord's and Alastair Cook is 153 not out as England rally against New Zealand.

Hamilton upset as Rosberg wins
Lewis Hamilton is denied victory in the Monaco Grand Prix because of a strategic error by his Mercedes team.

Newcastle United 2-0 West Ham United
Goals from Moussa Sissoko and Jonas Gutierrez give Newcastle victory against West Ham to ensure Premier League survival.

PM announces freeze in ministers' pay
Government ministers will face a further five years of frozen pay, Prime Minister David Cameron says.

Rushanara Ali goes for deputy leader
Labour MP Rushanara Ali tells the BBC she is entering the deputy leadership race, and will "start by going after UKIP voters who left Labour".

Rennie backs Carmichael over memo
Willie Rennie offers his backing to former Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael, who is facing calls to resign over a leaked memo.

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

VIDEO: Leeds loco survives in Sierra Leone
A Leeds museum celebrates the 100th anniversary of a steam engine built in the Yorkshire city that founded a railway in Sierra Leone.

VIDEO: Apprenticeships 'fail young people'
Britain's apprenticeship system has failed young people and needs reform, according to a new report.

VIDEO: Sajid Javid: 'Cut business red tape'
Business Secretary Sajid Javid says he will not be going back to the Beecroft proposals for no fault dismissals but hopes to cut over £10bn more red tape costs.

VIDEO: Using the lens to tackle extremism
One of London's leading music photographers is now using his lens to tackle extremism.

VIDEO: Gary Barlow serenades newlyweds
Take That star Gary Barlow has made his final surprise appearance to sing at the wedding of a fan in Liverpool.

AUDIO: Switching off CCTV cameras to save cash
There are around six million of surveillance cameras in the UK, but many are run by cash-strapped councils that have switched some of them off to save money.

VIDEO: Is this the new face of the £20 note?
Julia Margaret Cameron was a pioneering British photographer, and should be the face of the £20 note, says Will Gompertz.

VIDEO: Millie gets pick of bespoke doghouses
Interior design students at a Leicester university create a series of doghouses as part of a 'Barkitechture' project.

What I learnt from 46 consecutive days in church
What I learnt from 46 consecutive days in church

Is Thomas Cook permanently tarnished?
Will calls to boycott Thomas Cook damage the company?

Is it 'game over' for box artwork?
is it "game over" for box art?

'It's about humans of Leeds, not me'
The mystery man getting a city to tell its secrets

Pilates put Murray in Paris picture
Andy Murray adopts new regime ahead of French Open

The great 'Mars bake-off' begins
The great 'Mars bake-off' begins


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