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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Clinic 'not cleaned for two days'
An outpatient clinic was not cleaned for two days by the company which has taken over cleaning and catering at acute hospitals in Cornwall.

Body boarding bride stranded on rocks
A bride who went body boarding after her wedding ceremony is rescued by lifeboats after getting stranded on rocks.

Navy frigate seizes £36m of cocaine
Cocaine worth an estimated £36m is seized by a South West-based Royal Navy frigate after a high-speed chase across the Caribbean.

Police and NHS phone lines restored
The Devon and Cornwall Police non-emergency 101 number and NHS phone lines are "restored" after technical issues disrupt services.

Landlords' immigration status worry
Private landlords in Cornwall are concerned about new rules which could result in checking the immigration status of tenants.

'Child porn' councillor 'was bullied'
A councillor named as a "risk" to children rejects the claim, saying he is the victim of bullying.

Train firm's lost teddy campaign
A train firm starts a campaign to help reunite children with their lost teddy bears in time for Christmas.

Unseen pictures of WW1 explosion
See what was the world's largest explosion

WW1 soldier's diary on Twitter
New life for a World War One soldier's diary

Davies 'shocked' at Pirates victory
Cornish Pirates boss Ian Davies says is "shocked" by his side's 65-14 Championship win over Bedford.

Truro City get fifth successive win
Truro City boss Steve Tully is pleased his side have kept their momentum going after their 2-1 win at Dunstable Town.

Launceston 'have leaders' potential'
Launceston prop Tim Mathias says narrow margins are keeping his side from challenging at the top of National Two South.

Larkins pleased by Redruth showing
Redruth head coach Steve Larkins praises his team after they lost 17-3 at unbeaten league leaders Henley.

Truro hope to extend Burns loan
Truro City hope to extend the loan spell of MK Dons goalkeeper Charlie Burns.



BBC News | UK | World Edition
'Time is right' for new terror powers
The "time is right" for police, security and intelligence agencies to be given more powers to defend the UK, Home Secretary Theresa May says.

Google case over web abuse settled
The case of a businessman who wants to stop malicious web postings about him appearing in Google searches is settled at the High Court.

BT and Telefonica in talks over O2
Telecoms giant BT is in talks with Telefonica about buying the O2 mobile network from the Spanish firm.

Banker fit for Hong Kong murder trial
British banker Rurik Jutting is ruled fit to stand trial for the murder of two women in Hong Kong, after undergoing psychiatric assessments.

Young and workers at risk of poverty
The elderly and the unemployed used to be most at risk of poverty, but a new report claims it is now the young and those in work who are most vulnerable.

Prince William to visit China in 2015
The Duke of Cambridge is to visit China in 2015 after an invitation from the Chinese government, the BBC understands.

NHS staff stage four-hour strike
Nurses, midwives, ambulance staff and other NHS workers have staged a four-hour strike over pay.

Ex-minister calls for UK's EU exit
Former minister Owen Paterson calls for the UK to exit the EU, putting pressure on the prime minister amid Tory divisions on the issue.

Dewani judge asked to throw out case
A judge is asked to throw out the case against UK businessman Shrien Dewani, who denies conspiring to murder his wife in South Africa during their honeymoon.

Labour attacks 'rogue' job agencies
The Labour Party says it would introduce a system of licensing to clamp down on "rogue" recruitment agencies, saying some workers' wages are being undercut.

RBS sorry for 'incorrect' evidence
Royal Bank of Scotland apologised for giving incorrect evidence to a parliamentary hearing, letters released by the Treasury Committee reveal.

UK fighters in Syria 'not mercenaries'
A British man fighting with Kurdish troops against Islamic State militants in Syria tells the BBC he is not a mercenary.

Prince Charles letters row in court
The Supreme Court is set to consider whether letters from Prince Charles to seven government departments should be made public.

Body believed to be missing teenager
A body recovered from the River Clyde at Greenock is believed to be that of a missing teenager, police say.

C. diff inquiry blames health board
Scotland's largest health board is heavily criticised by an inquiry into the country's worst Clostridium difficile (C. diff) outbreak.

Geldof: Keep downloading Band Aid
After Band Aid 30 single Do They Know It's Christmas tops the chart, Bob Geldof urges music fans to keep downloading it to fight Ebola.

Dark sky status bid for South Downs
A campaign begins to reduce light pollution in South Downs National Park and give it dark skies special status.

Wedding ceremony held underwater
Bride and groom hold a wedding ceremony in a 1.5 million litre seawater divers' training tank at Fort William.

Campbell 'threatens talks integrity'
The integrity of current political talks in Northern Ireland are called into question by a senior DUP man's 'toilet paper' comments, says Sinn Féin.

NI health workers in pay walkout
Thousands of NHS workers in Northern Ireland stage a four-hour strike over pay.

Clydach murderer bids for release
A man who beat a mother, her two children and their grandmother to death at their home near Swansea 15 years ago launches a fresh application to get his conviction overturned.

Transplant fears over kidneys deaths
People who need organ transplants may "die needlessly" following concerns raised by the death of two patients given kidneys infected by a parasitic worm, a leading transplant surgeon warns.

Police officer praised for rescue
A police officer in Orkney is praised for her bravery after going to the aid of a motorist whose car had been hit by a huge wave.

Community-owned island '£3m in debt'
The community-owned island of Gigha, three miles off the Kintyre Peninsula, is reported to be almost £3m in the red.

Men injured in flat blast arrested
Two men who were seriously burned in a blast at a flat in south Birmingham are arrested on suspicion of causing an explosion likely to endanger life, police say.

Llewelyn-Bowen vows action over park
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen vows to act after the Christmas attraction he helped to create was forced to close because of complaints

Ferrari replaces team boss Mattiacci
Ferrari sacks team principal Marco Mattiacci after seven months in the role with Maurizio Arrivabene succeeding him.

This is just the start - Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton says winning his second world title will be the start of a run of success for himself and team Mercedes.

Sports Personality list to be named
A shortlist of 10 contenders will be announced on Monday for the 2014 BBC Sports Personality of the Year award.

The battle for control of the cigarette packet
As cigarette packet health warnings grow ever bigger and gorier, tobacco companies have been finding other ways to give their products a distinctive look and feel.

Jerusalem's 800-year-old Indian hospice
Jerusalem - perhaps the most fiercely contested stretch of ground anywhere in the world - has been the unlikely host to an Indian lodge for more than 800 years.

The parents refusing to vaccinate their children against polio
As the number of polio cases in Pakistan rises above 200 for the first time in nearly 15 years, Shaimaa Khalil finds out why people don't want their children vaccinated.

New web data powers plan for police
A law forcing communications firms to keep details that could help identify criminals using the internet is being planned by the home secretary.

UK 'unlikely to meet' migration target
EU migration has "blown off course" the UK's target to cut net migration to the tens of thousands, the home secretary says.

Gordon Brown 'to stand down' as MP
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown is to announce "within days" that he will stand down as an MP at the next election, reports suggest.

VIDEO: Liaison Committee
MPs question Prime Minister David Cameron.

VIDEO: NHS pay: Staff morale is 'dreadful'
Thousands of NHS workers in England and Northern Ireland, including nurses, midwives and ambulance staff, have been staging four hour strikes.

VIDEO: Dewani judge asked to throw out case
A court in South Africa will consider whether a murder trial against a British man should be thrown out.

VIDEO: 'King of Fish' returns to UK rivers
Successful conservation projects have reversed the decline of salmon in many UK rivers, as John Maguire reports.

VIDEO: Knox-Johnston 'not abandoning sailing'
Veteran sailor Sir Robin Knox-Johnston praises the "warm and friendly" reception he received after claiming third place in his class of the singlehanded transatlantic Route du Rhum race.

VIDEO: Understanding autism: Living in a box
Shop worker Hayley Bicker wanted to raise awareness on autism after feeling shocked at people's reaction to an autistic child in a supermarket

VIDEO: Charing Cross reopens after train fire
Charing Cross station in central London was closed for about two hours following a fire on a train.

The couple who changed the way we shop
The couple who helped Tesco change the way many of us shop

Have any prices fallen faster than singles?
Have any prices fallen faster than singles?

Hamilton's second title in numbers
F1 world champion's second title in number and pop-rap lyrics

Born in Indonesia, murdered in Hong Kong
One woman's journey from a village to death in the big city

Muslim girl speaks of grooming ordeal
A teenager who was groomed in Yorkshire tells her story

Mary J Blige's London love affair
Mary J Blige adopts a new musical home

Are food foragers unfairly maligned?
Are food foragers 'annoying' or unfairly maligned?

Girl's 1981 diary on Troubles life
The Northern Irish woman recreating her 1981 diary

Ebola team will miss 'human touch'
The NHS volunteers travelling to Sierra Leone

Migration targets "scrapped" - the papers
A look at what is making the headlines in Monday's press

 


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