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'Bullying' NHS group slammed in report
A health group is criticised over "evidence of a culture of bullying and harassment" and "an overall failure of governance".
Gang jailed over pensioner phone scam
Eight men are jailed for a £1m phone scam which targeted pensioners across the south and south-west of England.
Rare smelly flowers bloom together
A pair of rare "corpse flowers" nicknamed after their terrible stench bloom at the same time at Cornwall's Eden Project.
Man arrested after car hits house
A man is arrested after a car crashes into a house in Helston, Cornwall.
Boat crash teen 'lucky to be alive'
A 19-year-old man is treated in hospital after 'crashing' a boat into rocks on the Isles of Scilly.
'Unique' Jewish cemetery restored
A "unique" Jewish cemetery in Penzance is restored thanks to a £25,000 lottery grant.
'Miracle' turtle released into wild
A rescued sea turtle who defied fears she would die after being stranded on a beach is to be released into the Mediterranean.
Slain St George statue returns
A statue of St George and the Dragon, which was damaged after a student pulled it from a Falmouth building 11 years ago, is back where it belongs.
Sailor rescued nine times sells boat
The infamous boat from which two US sailors were rescued nine times as they sailed from Norway to Cornwall is sold.
Truro will make play-off final - Tully
Truro City boss Steve Tully believes his side will overcome Maidstone in their National League South play-off semi-final.
Tucker positive about Launceston future
Launceston boss Jimmy Tucker says he is upbeat about their chances next season despite going down from National Two South.

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Gang jailed over pensioner phone scam
Eight men are jailed over a £1m pensioner fraud that police say helped fund people travelling from the UK to Syria.
UK 'to take child refugees from Europe'
More Syrian children left alone in Europe after arriving as refugees are to be offered homes in the UK - though exactly how many is unclear.
Real Madrid 1-0 Manchester City (agg 1-0)
Manchester City fail to reach their first Champions League final after an uninspiring semi-final display at Real Madrid.
Police dig at child rapists' former home
The garden at the former home of a jailed paedophile couple, who knew serial killers Fred and Rose West, is being dug up by police based on a tip-off.
Woman jailed for 'brutal' toddler murder
The legal guardian of a toddler found with more than 150 injuries has been jailed for life for her murder.
Abuse call to dead boy's mother probed
An abusive voicemail left for a mother whose son died while in the care of an under-fire health trust is being investigated by police.
Girl murder trial hears Peppa Pig theory
A six-year-old girl suffered fatal head injuries when she fell from a stool while mimicking Peppa Pig, a defence lawyer suggests.
Soap star Kristian Ealey dies at 38
Tributes are paid to former Brookside and Hollyoaks actor Kristian Ealey who has died at the age of 38.
Doctors accused of killing boy, 12
Two GPs go on trial accused of the manslaughter of a 12-year-old boy after they failed to diagnose a disease he was suffering with.
Scargill calls for Orgreave inquiry
Former miners' union president Arthur Scargill calls for an inquiry into the 1984 Battle of Orgreave disorder.
London bus dog reunited with family
An adventurous dog who found his way onto a London bus is reunited with his owners six days after he went missing.
Glastonbury to honour Bowie and Prince
Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage will be decorated with a giant lightning bolt in tribute to David Bowie, organiser Emily Eavis has told the BBC.
PM holds Gary Lineker to pants promise
Gary Lineker should keep his promise and present Match of the Day in his underwear, Prime Minister David Cameron says.
'Hope she was worth it'
Car gets covered in graffiti in London.
VIDEO: PM asks Lineker to honour pants pledge
David Cameron has called for Gary Lineker to keep his promise that he would present Match of the Day in his underwear if his former team Leicester City won the Premier League.
Trio win golds for Britain at Europeans
Great Britain win three more gold medals on day four of the IPC Swimming European Championships in Madeira.
Raith Rovers 1-0 Hibernian
Harry Panayiotou's goal gives Raith Rovers the edge in the Premiership play-off quarter-final tie against Hibernian.
UK set for 'Super Thursday' elections
Voters are to head to the polls for elections to the Scottish Parliament, the Welsh and Northern Ireland Assemblies, and council, mayoral and police ballots in England.
How the BBC reports polling day
The BBC's chief political adviser explains why the BBC isn't allowed to report details of campaigning while the polls are open.
Ministers in battle over Housing Bill
The government remains in a race against time to get its controversial Housing Bill into law, following a fresh series of defeats in the Lords.
VIDEO: Hiddleston open to new Night Manager series
Night Manager star Tom Hiddleston would consider starring in a second series if one was announced, he told BBC News.
VIDEO: Migrant children 'dream of getting to UK'
Lyse Doucet speaks to Afghan and Syrian teenagers in Calais, who are hoping to rebuild their lives in Britain.
VIDEO: 'Scammers robbed me of my life savings'
Eight men from London have been jailed for a phone scam that defrauded UK pensioners out of more than £1m.
VIDEO: Broadband ad rules to help 'confused'
From October broadband providers must make sure adverts for their products are very clear about costs and contract lengths, the Advertising Standards Authority has ruled.
VIDEO: Fans chart 'unbelievable' rise to top
Leicester City have won the Premier League title in one of the greatest sporting stories of all time.
VIDEO: Frankenstein's monster rises again
Frankenstein is a new full-length ballet inspired by Mary Shelley's Gothic novel.
VIDEO: 'Bank of Mum and Dad will only grow'
Independent property expert Louisa Fletcher says she can only see the "Bank of Mum and Dad" growing, but has a warning for parents.
VIDEO: Man dies during armed police raid
A 36-year-old man has been shot dead by officers in Kent during a pre-planned police operation, as Simon Jones reports.
The murder that mobilised the East End
The racist murder that mobilised the East End
The National Childbirth Trust's 60 years of advice
Sixty years of advice from the National Childbirth Trust
Is Mike Ashley the right person to save BHS?
Could Sports Direct's Mike Ashley be the saviour of BHS?
Recreating the trial of the first Scottish martyr
Recreating the trial of the first Scottish martyr
'A priceless leg-up' - Bank of Mum and Dad
How the Bank of Mum and Dad is funded
How well do you know Leicester?
Lesser-known facts about Foxes' home
How did 'oversight' get two opposite meanings?
How did "oversight" get two opposite meanings?

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