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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
WW1 Christmas tree destroyed
A Christmas tree designed to commemorate World War One is destroyed in a "professional" manner by vandals.

Racist crimes among youths plummet
Racist crimes committed by young people in Devon and Cornwall fall sharply since 2009, according to police.

Airlift to islands cut off by Ebola
UK Armed Forces fly in 220 tonnes of food to Sierra Leone islands cut off by Ebola.

Call for regional election broadcasts
Broadcasting rules around general election party political broadcasts need to reflect regional English interests, according localised political parties.

Half of rail lines at flooding risk
Almost half of the length of the main rail lines in the South West are at risk of flooding because of climate change, an internal Network Rail report says.

The mystery of the Tjipetir blocks
Beachcomber "solves a beach debris puzzle"

VIDEO: Green light for roads improvements
Green light for roads improvements

Redruth aim for Launceston double
Redruth captain Chris Fuca says his team are focused on doing the double over Cornish rivals Launceston.

Truro reputation improving - Tully
Truro City's reputation among other clubs has improved and is helping to attract new players, according to manager Steve Tully.

Pirates boss takes heart after loss
Cornish Pirates boss Ian Davies wants his side to take their second-half form from the 41-40 loss at Bedford into the league.

'I was poor', says Truro boss Tully
Truro City boss Steve Tully admits his performance in defence was poor in the 3-2 win at struggling Arlesey.

Redruth 'gutsy' in Lydney victory
Redruth captain Chris Fuca says his side were "gutsy" as they came back from 25-10 down to beat Lydney 27-25.

Launceston 'must address' discipline
Launceston boss Neil Bayliss says his side must look at their discipline after their 23-20 loss at Taunton.

Truro get Rovers' Greenslade on loan
Truro City sign 19-year-old left-back Danny Greenslade on loan from Conference side Bristol Rovers.

Pavey wins 2014 BBC South West award
European 10,000m champion Jo Pavey wins the BBC South West Sports Personality of the Year award.



BBC News | UK | World Edition
Three 'murders' part of abuse inquiry
Detectives are investigating three alleged murders as part of an inquiry into historical child abuse involving politicians and establishment figures, as they appeal for information about an apartment block in London.

Fugitive in light aircraft arrest
One of the UK's most wanted fugitives is arrested while attempting to return to Britain in a light aircraft.

Boris flight passenger admits assault
An airline passenger who was calmed down by Boris Johnson on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Heathrow admits assault and being drunk on an aircraft.

English council funds 'cut by 1.8%'
English councils will face an average cut of 1.8% in their overall spending power, the government says.

Infection investigated after two die
Infection control experts start an investigation into a cluster of C. difficile cases at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh.

Abuse law to tackle domestic coercion
A new domestic abuse offence for coercive and controlling behaviour within relationships in England and Wales is announced by the home secretary.

North Sea oil sector near 'collapse'
The director of Premier Oil says no new North Sea projects are profitable with oil below $60 a barrel and the industry is "close to collapse".

Pilot admits £5m cocaine charge
A pilot has admitted trying to smuggle cocaine worth £5m into the UK using a North Yorkshire airfield.

Family pain at wait for MH17 answers
The family of a British man who was among the 298 people killed in July's MH17 air crash have told of their pain at still not knowing what happened.

Cost of MPs' advisers hits £8.4m
The cost of ministers' special advisers increases more than £1m in the past year, taking it to £8.4m, official figures show.

28-day police bail limit proposed
The time people can be put on police bail could be limited to 28 days, the Home Secretary Theresa May announces.

EU court gives UK visa direction
The UK cannot block non-EU family members coming to the country from Europe without a travel permit, European judges say.

Taxi driver fined for guide dog snub
A taxi driver is fined £2,100 for refusing to carry a blind woman and her guide dog.

Vicar tells kids 'Santa's not real'
A trainee vicar who told primary school children Father Christmas does not exist apologises for her "insensitive, off-the-cuff remark".

Churchill painting sells for £1.8m
A painting by Sir Winston Churchill sells for almost £1.8m at auction, almost double the previous record for one of his artworks.

Bungling selfie burglar jailed again
A thief jailed after taking a picture of himself burgling a house is sentenced to a further four years behind bars for sending a threatening letter to his victim.

New claim to shortest double yellows
A street claiming to be home to the shortest set of double yellow lines in England is "beaten" by an even shorter set in a nearby road.

Chef eats humble pie for mix-up
The World Pie Eating Championships are thrown into turmoil after a work experience chef sends the wrong pies to the Wigan event.

Man shot by Army is to be exhumed
The body of a man shot dead by soldiers in Belfast more than 40 years ago is to be exhumed, a coroner has ruled.

Judge quashes GAA stadium approval
A High Court judge quashes a ministerial decision to grant planning approval for the redevelopment of Casement Park stadium in west Belfast.

£5m mortgage fraudsters jailed
Members of a gang who applied for bogus mortgages worth £5m are given jail sentences.

Boost for mobile phone coverage
Mobile phone coverage in Wales is set to be boosted from 63% to 83% as part of a £5bn UK-wide deal with the four mobile networks.

Jack and Emily are top baby names
Jack and Emily revealed as the most popular first names for babies whose births were registered in Scotland in 2014.

Shopkeeper threatened with gun
A shopkeeper was threatened by a man with a handgun during an armed robbery in Edinburgh's Niddrie area.

Cling film 'sex death' man jailed
A man is jailed for five years for causing the death of a man covered in cling film during a sex game.

Trip home 'saved Sydney cafe worker'
A Sydney cafe worker who returned to England the day before a gunman held his former colleagues and customers hostage speaks of his "lucky escape".

Balotelli gets one-match ban & fine
Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli gets a one-match ban and £25,000 fine from the FA as punishment for his Super Mario post.

Launchbury to miss Six Nations
England and Wasps lock Joe Launchbury is to undergo surgery on a neck injury and will miss the 2015 Six Nations.

Reus fined for no driving licence
Borussia Dortmund and Germany winger Marco Reus is fined over half a million pounds for driving without a licence.

The Russians fighting a 'holy war' in Ukraine
The Kremlin denies sending Russian troops to Ukraine, but Russian volunteers there are proud to talk about their crusade to revive an Orthodox empire.

The buildings that would have been impossible
How computers helped build some of the world's most distinct buildings.

Last orders for LA British boozer
Cat and Fiddle was a home away from home for British ex-pats. This month it closed its doors, and writer James Bartlett was there until the end.

Friday marks election campaign start
The 2015 general election campaign officially begins on Friday, meaning candidates' spending will be subject to strict rules and limits.

Women bishops fast-tracked to Lords
A temporary change to the way the 26 "spiritual" seats in the Lords are allocated will allow women bishops to be represented as soon as possible, the government says.

Libraries 'must emulate coffee shops'
Public libraries in England need to become more like coffee shops if they are to survive, a government-commissioned report concludes.

VIDEO: Transport Committee
MPs hear evidence on the failure of air traffic management systems.

VIDEO: 'Ice pancakes' form on River Dee
Ice pancake formations, more commonly seen in the Antarctic, have been photographed on the River Dee in Aberdeenshire.

VIDEO: New lights give hope to stargazers
New streetlights could reduce the orange glare of older sodium lights meaning clearer conditions for drivers and stargazers.

VIDEO: Has the high street got worse?
Three years ago retails expert, Mary Portas, carried out a review of the high street for the government and the BBC takes her back to one of those towns, Stockport, to find out if anything has changed.

VIDEO: Grayling defends probation contracts
New probation contracts worth £450m will be signed off by the government as 21 private companies take over the management of low and medium-risk offenders.

VIDEO: Festive park shuts permanently
A much-criticised Christmas attraction near Sutton Coldfield has closed down permanently.

VIDEO: Car smoke ban proposed for 2015
Smoking in a car while travelling with children could be a criminal offence in England and Wales from October 2015.

VIDEO: 'Bubbly' Santa drives festive cheer
A retired telephone engineer says he has given some festive cheer to shoppers in Norfolk after adding a giant Santa hat to his bright red vintage bubble car.

VIDEO: Female bishop on 'unexpected joy'
The Church of England's first female bishop says she is "honoured and thankful" to be given the role.

Council cuts: Who will lose out most?
How is your local authority affected?

Making a Christmas special 'special'
Making a Christmas special 'special'

VIDEO: The parents who never expected to see their child in a nativity play
The 49 children who made it to an unlikely nativity

Exhibition marks 1914 football truce
Exhibition marks the 1914 Christmas football truce

TTIP: The EU-US trade deal explained
Why are the EU-US trade talks proving to be so controversial?

What did UK know about CIA practices?
What did UK know about CIA practices?

The people working on Christmas Day
Those who plan to spend the day working rather than celebrating

Headline numbers: Osborne plan makes little difference
George Osborne's EU payment plan makes little difference

Cuba 'in from the cold' - the papers
Press reaction to the thaw in US-Cuban relations

 


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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