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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Easter eggs ruined in airport search
Children are left "devastated" after staff at Bristol Airport break their Easter eggs in a security check.

'Shocking' rise in use of food banks
Charity urges the government to work with the Bishop of Truro after a huge rise in food bank use.

Water quality at beaches 'excellent'
A record 88% of beaches in the South West have been recommended in the Marine Conservation Society's Good Beach Guide with 75 out of 82 beaches in Cornwall hitting the top standard.

Body discovered in Cornwall clay pit
A body found in a lake in an old clay pit in Cornwall is recovered by divers.

Boy in hospital after coasteering
A teenage boy is in hospital with spinal injuries after coasteering in south Cornwall.

Row over dead Christmas trees beach
A scheme which saw used Christmas trees planted on a beach in Cornwall to stop erosion is criticised for creating an eyesore.

Race crime reports up 10% in year
An increase in the number of racist crimes reported to Devon and Cornwall Police is a sign people are more willing to report incidents, officers say.

Dockyard worker injured in fall
A worker is injured falling from a ladder while working on a submarine at a South West dockyard, managers confirm.

VIDEO: SW political week in 60 seconds
The headlines in 60 seconds

Scaffolding goes up at cathedral
Scaffolding goes up at Truro Cathedral

Morcom targets win on 'special day'
Redruth coach Ashley Morcom is hoping his players can beat Clifton and provide a fitting finale for his last home game.

Truro City make Tully full-time boss
Truro City appoint Steve Tully as manager full time with the club now mathematically safe from relegation.

Pirates centre Riley signs new deal
Cornish Pirates confirm the extension of 28-year-old Welsh centre Tom Riley's contract for a further two years.

AUDIO: Post-match: Pirates boss Ian Davies
Cornish Pirates director of rugby Ian Davies speaks to BBC Radio Cornwall after his sides' 16-14 defeat by Pontypridd in the British and Irish Cup.

AUDIO: Morcom: Redruth are 'up against it'
Redruth head coach Ashley Morcom speaks to BBC Radio Cornwall after his side's 53-8 defeat by Bishop's Stortford.

AUDIO: Rawlings pleased with Launceston win
Launceston coach Tom Rawlings speaks to BBC Radio Cornwall after his side's narrow 18-17 league win over Exmouth.

Cornish Pirates 14-16 Pontypridd
Simon Humberstone's late penalty earns Pontypridd a dramatic victory over Cornish Pirates to secure a place in the British and Irish Cup semi-finals.



BBC News | UK | World Edition
Weekly wages catch up with inflation
After nearly six years of falling real wages, weekly earnings have finally caught up with inflation, according to the Office for National Statistics.

Tesco announces 6% fall in profit
UK supermarket giant Tesco announces a 6% fall in annual group trading profit to £3.3bn, the second year that profits have fallen.

Former Co-op boss faces drug charges
Paul Flowers, the former chairman of the Co-operative Bank and ex-Methodist Church minister, is charged with three counts of drug possession.

Coulson 'listened to MP voicemails'
Ex-editor Andy Coulson reveals in court for the first time he did listen to private voicemail messages relating to former home secretary David Blunkett.

'Shocking' rise in use of food banks
Hundreds of thousands more people are turning to food banks to stop themselves from going hungry, says charity the Trussell Trust.

Iraqi murder claims a 'conspiracy'
Allegations that 20 Iraqis were murdered by British troops in 2004 were the result of a "conspiracy" to pervert the course of justice, the UK claims.

Primary places revealed amid squeeze
Parents across England are finding out whether they have their preferred choice of primary school place.

Starbucks to move European HQ to UK
Starbucks is to move its European head office to London by the end of the year, meaning it will pay more tax in the UK, the company says.

Judges set deadline over extradition
The Home Secretary is given two months to seek assurances from the US about how a paranoid schizophrenic terror suspect will be treated if he is extradited.

MPs criticise UK over Afghan attack
The UK bears "a degree of responsibility" for the failure to prevent a raid in Afghanistan in 2012 that left two US marines dead, MPs say.

'45% rise' in prison officer attacks
The number of assaults by inmates on prison officers increased by 45% over two years, figures obtained by Labour show.

'Multiple casualties' in M26 crash
The M26 is closed in both directions following a five-vehicle crash resulting in "multiple casualties".

Youth club 'to auction' Banksy art
The leader of a youth club in Bristol, who helped remove a Banksy artwork from a wall with a crowbar, says he hopes to sell it at auction.

Police probe Ed Balls car prang
Senior Labour politician Ed Balls is being investigated by police after his car hit a parked vehicle.

'No evidence' in Tower Hamlets probe
There is "no credible evidence of criminality" in files from an east London borough to suspect fraud, the Met Police says.

Paedophile ring 'protected MP Smith'
Sir Cyril Smith's membership of a Westminster paedophile ring protected him from prosecution, a Labour MP claims.

Paul Weller family win Mail damages
Rock star Paul Weller wins £10,000 for his children after their pictures were "plastered" on the Mail Online.

'Google pin' appears on roundabout
A sign resembling a large, red Google Maps pin is spotted on an Oxfordshire roundabout.

Sir Alex wine auction may make £3m
A sale of part of Sir Alex Ferguson's wine collection may make £3m, an auction house estimates.

Fresh approach to NI past 'vital'
Any new process which examines NI's past must have a more "proportionate focus on the wrongdoing of paramilitaries" and less on the activities of the state, says the secretary of state.

Woman arrested in Disappeared case
A 57-year-old woman is arrested by detectives investigating the 1972 abduction and murder of Belfast woman Jean McConville.

Unemployment total falls by 6,000
Unemployment has fallen in Wales by 6,000 to 102,000 in the last quarter and now stands at 6.8%, according to official figures.

Early op 'may have saved man's life'
A businessman who died after complications following a cancer operation "would probably have survived" if he was re-operated on sooner, an inquest hears.

Life term for 'monstrous' rapist
A "monstrous" sex attacker who raped five women and sexually abused a sixth was given a lifelong restriction sentence.

Flats evacuated in suspicious fire
A block of flats is evacuated and residents treated for smoke inhalation following a suspicious fire in Dumbiedykes Road, Edinburgh.

MP 'regrets' memorial service tweet
Esther McVey, a Conservative MP who represents a Merseyside constituency, apologises for a political tweet sent during the Hillsborough memorial service.

Police pay out for photo error
A man receives "substantial compensation" after police wrongly sent his photograph to the media with a press release about a convicted rapist.

Man City players 'best paid in sport'
Premier League players at Manchester City are the best paid in global sport, according to a recently published report.

I will not quit - Sunderland boss Poyet
Sunderland manager Gus Poyet dismisses rumours he is about to quit the Premier League strugglers.

Wenger hoping for Everton slip-up


Uplifting letters of hope sent to children of Syria
Somali children living in the world's largest refugee camp in Kenya have sent letters of encouragement to Syrian refugee children who have also had to flee their homeland.

Exhuming remains at Florida school
Forensic anthropologists are disinterring the remains of children at an old Florida reform school. Former students hope the dig will provide answers about child abuse within its walls.

A 13-year-old eagle huntress in Mongolia
A photographer recently snapped perhaps the only girl in the world learning to hunt with a golden eagle.

UK unemployment rate falls to 6.9%
The number of people out of work in the UK has fallen by 77,000 to a five year low of 2.24 million in the three months to February, official figures indicate.

UK warns Russia on long-term future
There will be serious long-term consequences if Russia continues to destabilise Ukraine, Foreign Secretary William Hague says.

EU to back alien species blacklist
The European Parliament is voting on a bill to draw up a blacklist to fight the spread of invasive alien species such as killer shrimp.

VIDEO: House of Commons
The PM is challenged over his support for Maria Miller following a row over her expenses.

VIDEO: The end of the beard is nigh
The end of the beard is nigh - not according to fashion stylists, but to evolutionary biologists.

VIDEO: Paul Flowers faces drugs charges
Paul Flowers, the former Co-op Bank chairman, has been charged with drug possession, prosecutors have said.

VIDEO: Killer shrimp added to EU blacklist
The European Parliament is to vote on a bill to draw up a blacklist of invasive alien species, such as killer shrimp.

VIDEO: End of cost of living squeeze?
Wage increases have finally risen above the rate of inflation, after four years of falling living standards.

VIDEO: Anti-graffiti CCTV captures Banksy
A security camera has revealed footage of the artist Banksy and an accomplice at work in Bristol in the early hours of Sunday morning

VIDEO: 'I never thought I'd need charity'
Sarah Rae from Gillingham, Dorset, explains why she was forced to turn to food banks.

VIDEO: Marathon runner donations top £50k
More than £50,000 has been donated to charity in memory of a runner who died after completing the London Marathon.

VIDEO: Lorry facelift to cut cycling deaths
A new lorry design aimed at reducing the number of cyclists killed in collisions with lorries has been approved by the European Parliament.

Royals treated like celebrities in New Zealand
How New Zealand reacted to William, Kate - and George

BBC Two's disastrous launch night
Why BBC Two's launch was not all right on the night

Hillsborough memorial in pictures
Thousands mourn Hillsborough's victims on 25th anniversary

Sweet or sour? Duping our taste buds
Would this dessert taste different on a black plate?

What was the mysterious black ring in Leamington Spa?
What was the black ring over Leamington Spa?

Polish MP finds job as UK handyman
Polish MP's verdict on life as a migrant in Britain

Poverty 'scandal' and benefits 'outrage' - front pages
Press takes different views of those receiving handouts

 


Cornish Language Groups Around Cornwall

Cornish Language and Place Names


FIND A CORNISH LANGUAGE COURSE IN YOUR AREA

East Cornwall

Bodmin Mondays, 19.00-21.00, The Garland Ox, suitable for beginners to advanced students, contact Jerry Jefferies on 01726 824784 or jerry@keskewsel.com

Bude Fridays, 19.30-21.30, Royal British Legion, suitable for all levels, contact Jerry Jefferies on 01726 824784 or jerry@keskewsel.com

Callington Wednesdays, 19.15-21.15, Guild Room, Callington Methodist Church, suitable for beginners through to advanced students, contact Maureen Pierce on 01579 382511 or mpiercekernow@btinternet.com

Camelford Thursdays or Fridays TBC, 19.00-21.00, above Keskewsel shop, suitable for beginners, contact Jerry Jefferies on 01726 824784 or jerry@keskewsel.com

Launceston Thursdays, 19.30-21.30, Central Methodist Church, suitable for beginners to intermediate students, contact Tim Hambly on 01566 773716 or tchambly@btinternet.com

Polperro Tuesdays, 10.30-12.30, private house, suitable for intermediate students, contact Ken George on 01503 250658 or ken.george@hotmail.co.uk

Saltash Tuesdays, 19.00-21.00, Saltash College, suitable for beginners through to advanced students, contact Maureen Pierce on 01579 382511 or mpiercekernow@btinternet.com

Wadebridge Tuesdays, 19.00-21.00, Halfway House Inn, St Jidgey, suitable for beginners, contact Jerry Jefferies on 01726 824784 or jerry@keskewsel.com


Mid Cornwall

Falmouth Tuesdays 19.00-20.00, tutor's house, suitable for ntermediate students, contact Polin Prys on 01326 313496 or email rosmodres@hotmail.com

Lostwithiel Mondays, 19.00-21.00, Lostwithiel Community Centre, suitable for beginners and intermediate students, contact Jan Edmondson on 01503 220445 or anjanva@phonecoop.coop

Newquay Wednesdays, 19.00-21.00, Bishops' C of E School, suitable for beginners, contact Liz Carne on 01637 876326 or e.carne@tiscali.co.uk

Penryn Wednesdays, 19.00-20.30, WI Hall, Mabe, suitable for all levels, contact Rael Harvey on 01209 719321 or ankylghkernewek@hotmail.co.uk

Penryn Wednesdays, 19.00-20.30, New Inn, Mabe, suitable for beginners and intermediate students, contact Rael Harvey on 01209 719321 or ankylghkernewek@hotmail.co.uk

St Dennis Wednesdays, 19.00-21.00, Clay TAWC, suitable for all levels, contact Jerry Jefferies on 01726 824784 or jerry@keskewsel.com

Truro Tuesdays, 19.00-21.00, County Hall, suitable for beginners and intermediate students, contact Janice Lobb on 01872 278501 or janicelobb@gmail.com

Truro Tuesdays, 19.15-21.00, private house, suitable for beginners, contact Conan Jenkin on 01872 261263 or conanjenkin@hotmail.com


West Cornwall

Camborne Mondays, 19.00-20.30, private house, suitable for beginners, contact Matthew Clarke on 01209 610890 or pennlorwydh@hotmail.com

Camborne Thursdays, 19.00-20.30, Centenary Centre, suitable for all levels, contact Ray Chubb on 01209 842394 or ray@spyrys.org

Hayle Mondays, 19.30-21.00, public venue TBC, suitable for beginners, contact Trevor Smitheram on 01326 221867 or trevor.smitheram@btopenworld.com

Heamoor Wednesdays, 19.00-21.00, St Thomas' Church Hall, suitable for all levels, contact Koreen Twydell on 01736 758344 or at koreen@koreen3.orangehome.co.uk

Mawgan Tuesdays, 19.30-21.00, private house, suitable for beginners, contact Trevor Smitheram on 01326 221867 or trevor.smitheram@btopenworld.com

Mullion Mondays, 19.30-21.00, Redannack Community Room, suitable for all levels, contact Dick Ormond on 01326 240168 or susan.ormond@btinternet.com

Newlyn Mondays, 18.30-19.30, Newlyn Trinity Centre, suitable for advanced students, contact Andrew Climo at andrew@communityleaders.org.uk

Newlyn Mondays, 19.45-21.00, Trinity Centre, suitable for beginners, contact Andrew Climo at andrew@communityleaders.org.uk

Redruth Mondays, TBC, private house, suitable for beginners to intermediate students, contact Esther Johns on 01326 290242 or estherjcroft@aol.com

Redruth Wednesdays, 17.00-19.00, Melting Pot, Krowji, suitable for families, contact Ben Read on 07915 252757 or ben@themeltingpotcafe.co.uk

Redruth Wednesdays, 10.00-12.00, private house, suitable for beginners, contact Audrey Metcalfe on 01209 313847 or audreymetcalfe@hotmail.co.uk

St Ives Fridays, 19.30-21.00, Fishermen's Lodge, suitable for beginners, contact Mick Paynter on 01736 795874 or e-mail mickpaynter@paynter6862.fsnet.co.uk

St Ives Fridays, 18.00-19.30, Fishermen's Lodge, suitable for 2nd grade students, contact Mick Paynter on 01736 795874 or e-mail mickpaynter@paynter6862.fsnet.co.uk

St Ives Tuesdays, 19.30-21.00, Fishermen's Lodge, suitable for 3rd grade students, contact Mick Paynter on 01736 795874 or e-mail mickpaynter@paynter6862.fsnet.co.uk

St Ives Thursdays, 19.30-21.00, Fishermen's Lodge, suitable for 4th grade/advanced students, contact Mick Paynter on 01736 795874 or e-mail mickpaynter@paynter6862.fsnet.co.uk

 

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