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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
'Fagin' jailed for money laundering
A modern-day "Fagin" is jailed for selling stolen property worth around £100,000.

Portuguese man-of-war washed up
People are being warned to take care after a Portuguese man-of-war washed up on a beach in Cornwall.

Family tackle burglar of 94-year-old
A prolific burglar who stole the life savings of a 94-year-old widow on her birthday was tackled by the woman's daughter and granddaughter.

Surge in doctors' days off for stress
Days lost to stress-related sickness by doctors at a hospital trust increases by more than 430% in five years, it is revealed.

Supermarket to fund stadium approved
A supermarket expected to bankroll a 6,000-seat sports stadium for Cornwall is given planning consent.

Pensioner dies after car crash
An 85-year-old man from Cornwall dies after a head-on crash in North Lanarkshire.

Cow gets head stuck in tree
A cow and a bullock both have lucky escapes after both getting their heads stuck in the same tree days apart.

Six-year care wait man awarded £135k
The family of a disabled man who waited six years for a council to resolve a dispute over his care package is awarded £135,000 in backdated payments.

Woman airlifted after quay fall
A woman is airlifted to hospital with life threatening injuries after falling off a quay in west Cornwall.

Man jailed for £2m heiress blackmail
A man is jailed for trying to blackmail US heiress Haley Meijer out of £2m by posting pornographic pictures of her online.

Funeral for Tunisia attack victim
A funeral congregation hears tributes to Stephen Mellor, 59, a Cornish engineer who was among 30 Britons killed by a gunman in Tunisia.

Bleach spill causes chemical scare
Nine people are treated for eye irritations after a chemical spill at laundry company in Cornwall.

Hospital cleaning firm failures rise
A private firm in charge of cleaning and catering at an NHS Trust sees a fivefold rise in missed targets.

Beaches polluted 40 times by sewage
Forty incidents of raw sewage polluting beaches across the south west at the weekend happened because of water company systems failing, environmental campaigners claim.

VIDEO: Seagulls: Evil pests or misunderstood?
Recent attacks by gulls on people and their pets in the south west have been widely reported. But are the birds misunderstood?

Stadiums 'great for Cornish sport'
The decision to allow two new stadiums to be built in Truro is hailed as a 'great day for Cornish sport'.

Fishing boats become data platforms
Fishermen in South-West England turn their boats into "massive data platforms" for a citizen science study to measure plankton levels off the UK coast.

Toy wins English junior golf title
Cornwall girls champion Emily Toy wins the English girls' golf championship at Sheringham.

Launceston aim to avoid relegation
Launceston's new head coach Mike Lewis says his aim is to avoid relegation from National Two South this season.

Truro boss Tully targets cup runs
Truro City manager Steve Tully wants his side to have a good run in the FA Cup and FA Trophy this season.

Ash's rollercoaster ride
Six promotions, a relegation, a Wembley win and almost going bust - Truro defender has done it all with one club



BBC News | UK | World Edition
Four die in car auction plane crash
A pilot and three passengers die when their private plane crashes into a car auction site at Blackbushe Airport, Hampshire.

Extra fencing and dogs for Calais
Extra fencing and sniffer dogs are to be offered to Calais to help deal with the migrant crisis, Prime Minister David Cameron says.

England win to take 2-1 Ashes lead
England take a 2-1 lead in the Ashes series as Ian Bell's 65 not out guides them to victory in the third Test at Edgbaston.

Putin 'ordered Litvinenko killing'
Russian President Vladimir Putin "personally ordered" the killing of Alexander Litvinenko, the inquiry into the death of the former spy hears.

Pair guilty of killing off-duty PC
Two men are found guilty of the manslaughter of an off-duty policeman who died in an attack during a night out in Liverpool.

Ai Weiwei to get six-month UK visa
Home Secretary Theresa May orders officials to issue Chinese artist Ai Weiwei a full six-month visa, reversing an earlier decision to restrict his entry.

Charges over Spanish bungee death
Two people are charged with manslaughter after a woman died while bungee jumping in Spain.

Bin lorry driver 'dizzy for decades'
The Glasgow bin lorry inquiry into the deaths of six people hears the driver Harry Clarke suffered episodes of dizziness and fainting for decades.

Woman's leg amputated against wishes
A mentally-ill woman has had part of her leg amputated against her wishes in order to save her life, it has emerged.

Man dies after falling into chimney
A man dies after falling into the chimney of a seven-storey building near Marble Arch, the Met Police says.

Mental health services to get £143m
The government is to invest £143m improving children's mental health services in England this year, BBC News learns.

Most arrested beggars 'not homeless'
Fewer than one in five people arrested for begging in England and Wales last year were legally defined as homeless, suggest police figures obtained by BBC Breakfast.

O'Brien to join Rocky Horror revival
Rocky Horror Show creator Richard O'Brien will play the musical's narrator for a series of special shows, his first UK performances in the role for more than 20 years.

Wales surf wave generator starts up
The first waves have peeled across an artificial surf lagoon built on the site of an old aluminium works on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park.

Rise in illegal immigrants at ports
The number of illegal immigrants intercepted at ports in Northern Ireland trying to reach other parts of the UK has risen significantly in the last three years measured.

Former Anglo staff jailed over fraud
Three former Anglo Irish Bank employees are jailed for conspiring to hide accounts connected to the bank's former chairman from Irish tax authorities.

Men charged over roadside shooting
Two men are charged with attempted murder and possessing a firearm following a shooting in Mountain Ash.

Weightlifter jailed for VAT fraud
A Welsh Commonwealth Games weightlifter who failed to pay more than £300,000 of VAT on his scrap and waste businesses is jailed.

Man found bloodied in cemetery dies
A 56-year-old man who was found covered in blood in Greenock Cemetery dies in hospital.

Funeral for M9 crash victim Lamara
A funeral ceremony is held for Lamara Bell, one of two people involved in a car crash on the M9 which police failed to investigate for three days.

Man charged with baby's murder
A man is charged with the murder of a two-week-old baby girl in Greater Manchester.

Chip shop fire rages on seafront
A seafront fish and chip shop becomes engulfed in flames as holidaymakers at a Norfolk resort look on.

We are playing with 10 men - Clarke
Australia captain Michael Clarke says his team are "playing with 10 players" because of his lack of batting form.

Walcott and Cazorla sign new deals
Arsenal striker Theo Walcott signs a new four-year deal with the club, as Santi Cazorla also extends his agreement.

'Significant' injury for Valencia
West Ham striker Enner Valencia suffered a "significant injury" to his right knee and ankle in this week's Europa League tie.

New Labour virus claims 'ridiculous'
Jack Straw says descriptions of New Labour as a virus are "ridiculous" and warns the party faces "oblivion" if it moves further to the left.

Consultation on £95,000 pay-off cap
Ministers are to consult on plans to set a £95,000 cap on public sector pay-offs, first put forward in January.

Anti-slavery powers come into force
Key parts of new legislation to combat slavery in the UK - including life sentences for people traffickers - come into force in England and Wales.

VIDEO: Health Committee
The Health Committee heard from key figures in NHS England.

VIDEO: Cyclist who dragged toddler pleads guilty
A cyclist who knocked down a toddler and dragged her along a pavement has pleaded guilty to dangerous cycling.

VIDEO: Trafficking victim 'could not escape'
A victim of human trafficking has told the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme how she was forced into prostitution in Albania and trafficked across Europe.

VIDEO: 'Mog On The Tyne': Geordie cat cafe
Newcastle has opened its first cat cafe called 'Mog On The Tyne' offering coffee, cake and cats.

VIDEO: Disco Boy entertains M20 truckers
Drivers stuck on the M20 in Operation Stack have been entertained by Disco Boy Lee Marshall

VIDEO: Climbing frame searches for children
A team of robotic developers has built an interactive robotic climbing frame, that can roam designated play areas, ready for children to play with it.

VIDEO: World's longest man-made wave to open
The world's longest man-made surf wave has been unveiled on the site of an old aluminium factory in North Wales, UK.

VIDEO: PM: Migrant crisis 'needs more work'
After chairing the government's emergency committee, Cobra, Prime Minister David Cameron admits that ''more work'' needs to be done to tackle the migrant crisis in Calais.

VIDEO: Mannequin graveyard revealed
A mountain of old mannequin body parts has been turned into a lucrative business for a former homeless woman from Lincolnshire.

Does the government really want to ban WhatsApp, iMessage and Skype?
Is the government really planning a ban?

Terror on the beach
Survivors tell their stories of Tunisia massacre

A more subtle side of IS recruitment
'How IS tried to radicalise me in... and how I resisted'

Who is Liz Kendall? Labour leadership contender guide
Profile of would-be Labour leader Liz Kendall

Why do people disinherit their children?
Why do people leave their children out of their will?

Counting the cost of Operation Stack
What is the cost to the UK of chaos in Calais?

Can people learn to curb their chocolate cravings?
Michael Mosley on the mental exercises that cut cravings

 


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