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The impact of not catching a killer
The agony of not knowing who murdered a loved one is well documented - but what impact do unsolved murders have on the police officers trying to catch a killer?

St Austell GP consortium announced
A new consortium of three St Austell GP practices is formed to take over services at Polkyth Surgery.

Water voles in every English county
Every county in England has a breeding colony of water voles, after a reintroduction project is completed in Cornwall, the Environment Agency says.

Man dies while diving with friends
A 63-year-old man dies after getting into difficulties while diving with a group of friends in Cornwall.

Court closes after roof collapse
A court is closed after part of the roof collapses following heavy rain.

Bike ride boy raises thousands
Bike ride boy raises thousands for charity

Is Cornwall more like Scotland than England?
Is Cornwall more like Scotland than England?

Nowell to miss start of new season
England and Exeter winger Jack Nowell is set to miss the start of the Premiership season as he recovers from knee surgery.

Cornish Pirates sign fly-half Hopkin
Cornish Pirates sign England Counties Under 20s fly-half Bertie Hopkin on a one-year contract from Guildford.

Truro take three points from six
Truro City take three points from a possible six from their Bank Holiday weekend matches in the Southern Premier League.

Cornish Pirates bring in forward Lee
Cornish Pirates sign former Plymouth Albion forward Dan Lee on a two-year deal.

BBC News | UK | World Edition
Wright quits Labour but not PCC role
Shaun Wright resigns from the Labour Party but refuses to quit his South Yorkshire police and crime commissioner role following a damning report into child abuse.

PM: UK 'supports million Scots jobs'
The prime minister is to tell business leaders that the UK is "an economy of opportunity" which supports one million Scottish jobs.

'Deeply elitist UK locks out talent'
The UK is "deeply elitist" according to a new analysis of the backgrounds of more than 4,000 business, political, media and public sector leaders.

Depression in cancer 'overlooked'
Three-quarters of cancer patients who are depressed are not getting the psychological therapy they need, researchers say.

UK Jews and Muslims issue peace call
The Jewish Board of Deputies and Muslim Council of Britain issue an unprecedented joint statement calling for peace and condemning prejudice.

Labour plans technical universities
Labour is calling for technical universities to be created as part of a blueprint for reshaping the higher education system to create a hi-tech, high-income economy.

Cancer drugs face NHS price squeeze
The government might threaten to stop buying some expensive cancer drugs if the companies that make them do not cut their prices, Newsnight learns.

English children's lives 'less happy'
English children are less happy and satisfied than youngsters in developing countries, a new survey suggests.

Health boss claimed £30,000 expenses
The £232,000-a-year chief executive of two health trusts claimed up to £30,000 in expenses over the past year, it emerges.

Funeral for Borneo murder victim
Hundreds of mourners pack a Derbyshire church for the funeral of a student stabbed to death in Borneo.

Tomatoes linked with fighting cancer
Eating tomatoes may lower the risk of prostate cancer, research suggests.

Red squirrels face leprosy threat
Scotland's red squirrels are facing a new threat from a form of leprosy, according to scientists in Edinburgh.

Couple celebrate 80 years of marriage
A couple who met as teenagers 10 years before the start of World War Two celebrate their 80th wedding anniversary.

Woman finds 3ft wasp nest on bed
A Hampshire pest controller takes on the "biggest job of his career", after being called to deal with a nest of more than 5,000 wasps.

Woman killed in Carrickfergus crash
A woman in her 50s has died in a car crash in Carrickfergus, County Antrim.

Poots: 'Cuts are executive decision'
Health minister Edwin Poots says the executive parties must "put their hands up" if they want cuts

Tributes after backpacker Thai death
Tributes are paid to a Llanelli man who died while living on an island in Thailand.

Pensioner dies following flat fire
A woman in her 70s dies and a man is in hospital following a flat fire in Barry on Wednesday afternoon.

Swimming hero traces young fan
A five-year-old boy who wrote an "amazing" fan letter to Scottish Commonwealth swimming champion Ross Murdoch is traced after an appeal on Twitter.

Scottish business confidence 'falls'
Business confidence has fallen in Scotland despite firms reporting strong sales growth over the past year, a report has found.

Festival security allow laughing gas
Widespread consumption of laughing gas at one of the UK's top dance festivals is exposed by a BBC investigation - as security turn a blind eye.

999 error 'lessened boy's chances'
A boy who died of an asthma attack may have survived but for an emergency call handler's error, a coroner rules.

Arsenal 1-0 Besiktas
Alexis Sanchez hits the only goal as 10-man Arsenal beat Besiktas to qualify for the Champions League group stage.

India thrash England in second ODI
England lose by a crushing 133 runs in the second one-day international at Cardiff after Suresh Raina's superb century.

Alonso retires from Spain duty
Real Madrid's Spain midfielder Xabi Alonso retires from international football after winning 114 caps.

The last Armenians of Myanmar
The last 'full' Armenian in Myanmar died last year, so what is the future of Yangon's historic Armenian church?

Guns a part of American childhood
This week, a nine-year-old girl firing an Uzi submachine gun accidentally shot to death her weapons instructor. Not all Americans grow up shooting guns. Those who do often start young

The etiquette of reclining seats on flights
When is it acceptable to lean back at 30,000ft, asks Jon Kelly.

Brown and Darling in referendum call
Gordon Brown appears alongside his former chancellor Alistair Darling to call on Scottish voters to reject independence.

UK offers £10m more in aid to Iraq
Justine Greening says the humanitarian situation in Iraq is "deeply worrying" as the UK offers £10m more in aid.

Bercow 'open' to splitting clerk job
John Bercow, the Speaker, indicates he may be willing to split the role of Commons clerk into two, amid a row with MPs over the job.

VIDEO: House of Commons
Israel's response to rocket attacks must be "proportionate", insists a minister.

VIDEO: Festival security allow laughing gas
Widespread consumption of laughing gas at one of the UK's top dance festivals is exposed by a BBC investigation - as security turn a blind eye.

VIDEO: Cheers and tears after Man Utd rout
Some Manchester United fans have reacted angrily after their 4-0 defeat by League One side Milton Keynes Dons on Tuesday.

VIDEO: Controversy over new Lennon film
A new film that looks at the events that unfolded the night Beatles star John Lennon was shot, is causing controversy amongst critics and fans.

VIDEO: 'Get taxi or lift' urges ambulance trust
Patients are to be encouraged to travel to hospital by taxi or get a lift rather than call for an ambulance if they are assessed as low priority.

VIDEO: Buddleia: Gardener's friend or foe?
BBC Newsnight's Stephen Smith visits Dover to assess how much of a threat buddleia is to native species

VIDEO: Keeping the disruptive in education
Panorama follows students in the run-up to exams to see if one school can honour its pledge and keep disruptive pupils in school as well as get them five GCSEs.

AUDIO: 'Moth stuck in my ear for 48 hours'
A man who had a moth stuck in his ear for two days says he is now going to keep it in a jar.

AUDIO: Lottery winner's ticket bin hunt
A woman who won £1m on a lottery scratchcard had an anxious wait while a shop assistant looked through a bin for the missing corner of their winning ticket.

Victim was 'raped once a week'
Rotherham abuse victim tells of her grooming and suffering

New Documentary Photography from Scotland & Wales
Documenting Scotland and Wales

It's Over: The IRA ceasefire 1994
Reporting the IRA ceasefire in 1994

Zara's 'Holocaust uniform' and other clothing errors
Clothes firm sorry over 'Holocaust t-shirt'

How was Kate Bush's comeback?
Did Kate Bush's comeback concert wow her fans?

The parenting lessons to be taken from movies
Should anybody take a parenting tip from a movie?

The impact of not catching a killer
The impact on police officers when murders go unsolved

What Commons Clerk row is all about
What is row over new House of Commons Clerk about?

Abuse scandal latest and jihadist fears - papers
Papers round on officials who failed to stop Rotherham abuse


Golya sewen / Celebrating success

Cornish Language and Place Names

Y’n vledhen ma, an re neb a sewenis y’ga apposyansow a allas golya aga sewena ha kuntell aga testskrifow orth solempnita arbennek, synsys yn Lys Kernow. Moy ages 70 studhyer ha’ga gwester a gemeras rann y’n dohajydh, restrys gans Kesva an Taves Kernewek.
An solempnita o an kynsa synsys yn Kernow hag ynwedh an kynsa termyn rag studhoryon neb sewensa yn apposyansow nowyth Asset – framweyth apposyans aswonnys yn kenedhlek hag yw kavadow lemmyn yn Kernewek.

An dohajydh o komendys gans Polin Prys, Kaderyer an Gesva. Dyghtyor MAGA, Jenefer Lowe a gewsys adro dhe’n edhom a wolya sewena yn Kernewek ha Sodhek Adhyskans Mike Tresidder a glerhas framweyth Asset nowyth. An testskrifow o res gans an Bardh Meur, Mick Paynter, neb a ros grassow dhe’n studhoryon oll a’ga ober abarth an taves.

This year, those who successfully passed their examinations were able to celebrate their success by collecting their certificates at a special ceremony, held in Lys Kernow. More than 70 students and guests attended the afternoon, which was organised by Kesva an Taves Kernewek. The ceremony was not only the first of its kind in Cornwall, but also, in addition to the exams run by the Kesva itself, celebrated the first group of successes in the new Asset examinations, a nationally accredited scheme now available to Cornish.

The afternoon was introduced by Chair of the Kesva Polin Prys. MAGA manager Jenefer Lowe spoke of the importance of celebrating achievement in Cornish, while Education Officer Mike Tresidder explained the new Asset system. Certificates were presented by the Grand Bard, Mick Paynter, who thanked all the candidates for their work and support for the language.


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