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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Man scattering ashes swept out to sea
A fifty-one-year-old man is missing after being swept out the sea while scattering ashes in North Cornwall.

Boycott call over town's Hitler sign
A Cornish village angers the Jewish community after agreeing to reinstate a sign saying Hitlers Walk.

WI considers legal action over hall
A local branch of the Women's Institute is considering legal action in a row with a village over ownership of a meeting hall.

Murder arrest man wants apology
A man wrongly arrested for the murder of a Cornwall pensioner calls for an apology from police.

Man jailed over bomb-making manual
A former baggage handler with links to an electronic bomb-making manual on his computer is jailed.

PM backs new Okehampton railway line
Prime Minister David Cameron says a new Okehampton railway line would be the "most resilient" solution to Dawlish problem.

Eviction-risk family review agreed
An ex-soldier and his family threatened with eviction from a council house will have their case reviewed, the local authority agrees.

England's lost theme parks
England's lost theme parks

Taking the hot air out of Parliament
Inventor takes hot air out of Parliament

Bristol visit excites Pirates boss
Cornish Pirates director of rugby Ian Davies says hosting unbeaten leaders Bristol is a great test for his squad.

Formation changed Truro, says boss
Truro City manager Steve Tully says a change in style is behind their run of nine wins in 11 games.

Larkins feels Redruth turning corner
Coach Steve Larkins thinks Redruth are ready to break their dreadful run of form on their travels.

Launceston boss craves consistency
Director of rugby Neil Bayliss says Launceston need to change "just little things" to start climbing National Two South.

Notts batsman Libby injures knee
Nottinghamshire opener Jake Libby will be out until at least the end of June after suffering a knee injury.



BBC News | UK | World Edition
Pupils 'must know times tables by 11'
All children in England will need to know up to their 12 times table when they leave primary school under plans announced by the education secretary.

Firms to begin inmate rehabilitation
A scheme that will use private contractors to rehabilitate prisoners who have served short sentences is due to start.

Man scattering ashes swept out to sea
A fifty-one-year-old man is missing after being swept out the sea while scattering ashes in North Cornwall.

Death row Briton appeals for UK help
A British woman, sentenced to death for drug smuggling in Bali, has written to the UK government asking for legal help or funding for an appeal.

Phoenix Nights actor Robbins 'stable'
Phoenix Nights comedian Ted Robbins is in a stable condition in hospital after collapsing on stage during a show at Manchester Arena, the venue says.

Fund for mugging victim passes £200k
Well-wishers donate more than £200,000 in four days to help a disabled pensioner who was mugged outside his Gateshead home.

Labour makes Cameron billboard vow
The Labour party vows not to feature Prime Minister David Cameron on billboards ahead of the general election as it wants to avoid negative personal campaigning.

'Missing mum' body had head injuries
The body of a woman - believed to be missing mother-of-four Samantha Henderson - found in a Dorset lake, had injuries showing she was violently attacked around the head and neck, police say.

New Jersey governor begins UK visit
New Jersey's Governor and US Republican presidential hopeful Chris Christie will start a three-day visit to Britain and is due to meet PM David Cameron.

Oil summit to hear pleas for action
A plan for a summit to look at the challenges facing the North Sea oil industry is announced by Aberdeen City Council.

Mosque open days to ease 'tensions'
Mosques across the UK will open their doors to the public later in a bid to "reach out to fellow Britons following tensions around terrorism".

Pension tracing service to expand
A free service which helps people locate pension pots they have lost track of will triple its number of staff to meet record numbers of enquiries.

Boycott call over town's Hitler sign
A Cornish village angers the Jewish community after agreeing to reinstate a sign saying Hitlers Walk.

Appeal to help toads cross the road
Animal lovers across Gloucestershire are being asked to volunteer to help toads to cross the roads.

Man remains critical after shooting
A man who was shot in the head in north Belfast remains in a critical condition in hospital.

Pupils receive transfer test results
Thousands of children in Northern Ireland receive the results of their post-primary school entrance exams on Saturday.

Jesus stickers cause insurance row
An insurance company threatens to void the policy of a Christian minister who put religious stickers on her car.

Thief steals 200m of phone cable
Homes and businesses are left without phone or broadband after a thief steals 200m of cable.

VIDEO: I am the underdog - Murray
BBC Sport previews the Australian Open men's final between Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic.

First minister backs voter event
The first minister marks national voter registration week by urging people in Scotland to register to vote in May's General Election.

Matthews' birth marked 100 years on
Events are held at Stoke City to mark the 100th anniversary of football legend Sir Stanley Matthews' birth.

Vicar 'sorry' for 9/11 Facebook post
A Church of England vicar apologises for posting a link to an article which claimed Israel was responsible for the 9/11 attacks.

Sunday's gossip column
Pochettino's Spurs eye Rodriguez, Premier League may punish Mourinho, Reus wants to work with Wenger, plus more.

Stamp was not on purpose - Costa
Chelsea striker Diego Costa says there was no malicious intent behind his stamp on Liverpool's Emre Can.

'Rookie' Hamilton set for deal talks
World champion Lewis Hamilton says he knows his "worth" as he prepares for contract talks with Mercedes.

The Swedish Schindler who disappeared
Raoul Wallenberg was a Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Jews in World War Two - but in 1945 he was taken by Soviet forces and was never seen again.

Ireland's heroine who had sex in her baby's tomb
Maud Gonne's grief over a child whose death at the age of two, inspired an unpublished poem by W B Yeats.

The huddled masses besieging Fortress Calais
Growing numbers of migrants are descending on Calais in northern France in the hope of reaching Britain - but they end up in makeshift camps with little hope of a better life.

Tasers 'needed for all police'
All front-line police officers should be offered a Taser to protect them against the increased terrorism threat, the head of the Police Federation says.

Army to set up 'social media unit'
The Army is setting up a new unit that will use psychological operations and social media to help fight wars "in the information age".

Bombers 'porn-driven losers' - Boris
Violent religious extremists are often tortured men with a history of using pornography, London Mayor Boris Johnson says.

VIDEO: Public Accounts Committee
MPs hear evidence on broadband in rural areas and the Charity Commission.

VIDEO: Donations pour in for mugged pensioner
A fund to help a 67-year-old disabled man who was mugged outside his home in Gateshead has raised more than £150,000.

VIDEO: Starlings 'ballet' thrills city
People in Norwich have been turning their heads skywards at thousands of starlings performing a "mesmerising murmuration" en route to a new city roost.

VIDEO: Cumberbatch: Pardon convicted gay men
Benedict Cumberbatch and members of codebreaker Alan Turing's family are among those calling for thousands of men who were prosecuted for being gay to be pardoned.

VIDEO: Trampolining fitness craze takes off
The BBC's Mike Bushell tries trampolining as a fitness alternative to running.

VIDEO: Army 'must think in novel ways'
The Army is setting up a new unit that will use psychological operations and social media to help fight wars "in the information age".

VIDEO: Car-flip hedge smash driver jailed
A banned driver who flipped his car through a hedge after reaching almost 100mph with a four-year-old passenger inside is jailed for 12 months.

VIDEO: Escapee D-Day veteran's funeral
The funeral is held of Sussex war veteran Bernard Jordan, who left his care home to attend D-Day commemorations in France.

VIDEO: No apology for IS comments
Boris Johnson spoke to the BBC about earlier comments he made on those who join extremist groups

Patients 'back three-person babies"
Research leader defends three-person babies

Managing the Old Firm - views of past bosses
How do you manage Celtic and Rangers in a derby clash?

Churchill's mill-town beginnings
How a mill town gave Winston his political start

Murray strikes a blow against sexism
Andy Murray's form is striking a blow against sexism

Innumeracy war, and the 'four-year-old rapist'
Innumeracy war, and the 'four-year-old rapist'

 


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