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Thousands back Minions sign campaign
More than 3,000 people back a social media campaign hoping to get a Minions road sign put back.

VIDEO: Car crash near miss for guesthouse man
A Newquay visitor had a lucky escape when two cars collided sending one careering towards him as he sat outside a guesthouse.

Ebola aid sailors awarded medals
Seventy five sailors who went to Sierra Leone to deliver aid during the Ebola crisis receive medals.

Exeter University in world top 100
Exeter is ranked among the world's top 100 universities for the first time.

Stabbed man in 'critical' condition
A man who was stabbed in the stomach is in a critical condition in a Cornwall hospital.

VIDEO: Corbyn comes to speaker's rescue
Jeremy Corbyn comes to the rescue of Cornwall Councillor Candy Atherton after her wheelchair becomes stuck at the party conference.

Science goes in search of the perfect wave
How science and engineering have come together and are now helping improve an ages-old pastime: surfing.

No new faces at Pirates - Davies
Cornish Pirates cannot afford to add any players from the 2015 World Cup to their squad, says boss Ian Davies.

Judge Truro at Christmas - Tully
Truro City boss Steve Tully says his National League South side may not be at their best until after Christmas.

Lewis wants more match confidence
Launceston head coach Mike Lewis wants to convert "fantastic" play in training into performances on the pitch.

BBC News | UK | World Edition
Two dead after bus hits supermarket
A woman and an eight-year-old boy have died after a double-decker bus crashed into a supermarket in Coventry city centre, police say.

'Labour giant' Denis Healey dies at 98
Denis Healey, one of Labour's most important post-war figures, dies aged 98, prompting tributes from across the political world.

England 13-33 Australia
England become the first host nation to go out in the World Cup's pool stages after being outclassed by Australia.

Cause of fatal aircraft crash probed
Investigations are under way into the cause of a light aircraft crash in Essex in which two people died.

'Legal high' ambulance callouts rise
The use of 'legal highs' resulted in ambulances being called out on average six times a day last year, a BBC Scotland investigation finds.

Sack me but I won't quit - Mourinho
Jose Mourinho says he will not quit as Chelsea manager and tells the club they must sack him if they want to remove him.

Half of teachers in England 'may quit'
More than half of England's teachers are thinking of leaving their jobs in the next two years, a survey for a teaching union suggests.

Cross-Channel delays after tunnel breach
Eurotunnel and Eurostar services are running with delays of up to an hour, after more than 100 migrants broke into the Calais terminal.

PM condemns Russia's Syria strikes
Russia's military intervention in Syria is helping to support the "butcher" President Bashar al-Assad, Prime Minister David Cameron says.

Firefighters tackle warehouse blaze
Firefighters tackle a major blaze at a derelict warehouse building at a disused dock in Gloucester.

South Africa 34-16 Scotland
South Africa take over from Scotland at the top of Pool B following a powerful display at St James' Park.

'Drowned' holiday women named by police
Two women from Birmingham believed to have drowned off the coast of Spain are named as Lisa Coggins and Tracey Aston.

Final display for last flying Vulcan
The UK's last flying Vulcan bomber is making its final public display flight.

JK Rowling dismisses Potter theories
The author, JK Rowling dismisses theories about Harry Potter put for forward by fans.

Taxi staff help evacuate burning flats
Staff at a 24-hour taxi firm help dozens of people escape from a burning block of flats after the building was set alight in an overnight arson attack.

Máiría Cahill to stand for election
Máiría Cahill, the Belfast woman who accused an IRA man of raping her and other IRA members of covering up her allegations, is bidding to stand for election to the Irish Senate.

Australia win sends Wales through
Wales qualify for the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals thanks to Australia's 33-13 win over England on Saturday.

Three arrested in murder inquiry
The death of a 45-year-old man in Rhondda Cynon Taff is being treated as murder, police say.

Thousands compete in Great Scottish Run
The biggest running event in Scotland, the Great Scottish Run, takes place on Sunday as up to 25,000 competitors and fun runners hit the streets of Glasgow.

Nine E. coli cases linked to venison
Nine people across Scotland contract the same strain of E. coli O157 after eating venison products cooked at home.

Union protest at Tory conference
Tens of thousands of people are expected to stage an anti-austerity protest outside the Conservative Party's annual conference in Manchester.

Krays film actor dies ahead of show
Actor Alex Giannini, who appeared in the film Legend about twin gangsters the Krays, has died ahead of a theatre performance in Plymouth.

Sunday's gossip column
Arsenal to offer Sanchez new contract, Coutinho will not stay if Liverpool miss out on top four, Valdes to Sevilla, plus more.

Chelsea 1-3 Southampton
Chelsea's terrible start to the season continues as Southampton come from behind to win 3-1 at Stamford Bridge.

Manchester City 6-1 Newcastle United
Sergio Aguero scores five goals in 20 minutes as Manchester City demolish Newcastle to return to the top of the table.

Conservative conference: What to expect
From David Cameron's long-term vision to tensions over Europe - what to expect from the first Conservative conference as a majority government for 20 years.

New rules on 'political' boycotts
The government says it will introduce new rules to stop "politically-motivated" boycotts of foreign products and defence companies by local councils.

Tories pick Goldsmith for London mayor
Zac Goldsmith says he will focus on housing and transport after being chosen as the Conservative candidate for the 2016 London mayoral election.

VIDEO: Home Affairs Committee
The Home Affairs Committee hears evidence on the immigration situation in Calais.

VIDEO: A look at Denis Healey's career
Former Labour chancellor Denis Healey has died at the age of 98, his family has announced.

VIDEO: Eyewitness: 'I could hear kids screaming'
An eyewitness has described how passengers on the upper deck of a bus which hit a Coventry supermarket were left screaming.

VIDEO: Solicitor lost £734,000 in phone scam
A solicitor has been defrauded out of £734,000 pounds of her clients' money in the latest example of a so-called vishing - or voice phishing - attack.

VIDEO: Fake coma court con couple jailed
A man who faked being in a coma for two years to avoid a fraud trial is jailed, along with his wife, for trying to con the courts.

AUDIO: 'I'll sell kidney to keep Peston at BBC'
A string of the BBC's top presenters make a spoof on-air appeal for Robert Peston to stay at the BBC, and reject a reported offer to become ITV's political editor.

VIDEO: Inflatable rig to woo new windsurfers
Windsurfing may look like a fun sport, but learning the techniques required to ride the waves has always been something of a challenge for novices.

VIDEO: Inside Charlie and Lola's headquarters
Lauren Child, author of Charlie and Lola, opens the doors to her study and talks about bringing her children's characters to life.

VIDEO: Welcome to Robot Club
Aberystwyth University's Robotics Club seeks 20 school children to learn how to bring their electric dreams to life.

Can your name shape your personality?
Can your name shape your personality?

Weekend Edition: The week's best reads
The week's best reads

'You can't go out in the group stages'
Inquest under way following England's World Cup exit

Tributes to Labour's Denis Healey
Tributes to former Labour chancellor Denis Healey

Conflict and survival: Biology photo award
Shortlisted entries for Society of Biology photography award

Go Figure: The week in numbers
The week's big numbers, visualised

How the Soup project is changing the UK
Can a bowl of soup help transform British cities?


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