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Former Cornwall preacher Jeremy Dowling 'assaulted boy'
A former preacher indecently assaulted a boy on a visit to a church, a court hears.
Woman suffers neck wounds after safety failure at the Eden Project
A woman suffered a rope burn to her neck from a safety failure while on a giant swing at the Eden Project.
Tributes to Creamfields festival death man Joe Sheppard
Tributes are paid to a 26-year-old man who died at the Creamfields dance music festival.
'Crazy' double yellow lines painted on road in Cornwall
Business owners are left astounded after double yellow lines were drawn across the middle of road.
Newquay human remains await DNA test results
Human remains discovered near Newquay will take up to a month to identify as police await DNA test results.
Badger cull extended to more English counties
Badger culling is rolled out to more parts of England, in a bid to tackle bovine TB.
Woman, 78, has arm ripped off in parked car in Cornwall
A woman's arm is ripped off after it is trapped in a parked car, police say.
Camels for sale due to 'too many babies'
Up to 10 camels are to be sold at a farm in Cornwall as the owner has a successful breeding season.
Cornwall High Sheriff Anthony Fortescue: Open verdict over shooting death
A coroner says he cannot rule out the possibility that a Cornish landowner who was found shot in the head died accidentally.
Boy, 12, convicted of raping younger sister
A 12-year-old boy is convicted of raping his younger sister twice at their home when he was 11 years old.
How to stay beach and sea safe
Twelve people have died in less than a week following a series of incidents around the UK and Channel Islands coastline - so how can people stay safe at the coast?
Did Daphne du Maurier predict Brexit?
Breaking apart from Europe, resentment towards Westminster elites, financial uncertainty - sound familiar? Back in 1972, before the UK had even joined the Common Market, Daphne du Maurier had anticipated it all in her novel Rule Britannia. So how much did she get right?
Truro City's poor start continues after 2-0 Maidenhead United loss
Truro City's poor start to the National League South season continues as they lose 2-0 at leaders Maidenhead United.

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Brexit: Theresa May to chair Chequers 'brainstorm'
Theresa May will gather her Cabinet at Chequers to discuss the UK's approach to leaving the EU and its objectives in forthcoming negotiations, in its first meeting after the summer break.
Ex-Army chief Dannatt 'sorry' over malaria drug Lariam
A former head of the Army has apologised to troops given an anti-malaria drug he refused to take himself because of "catastrophic" mental health effects.
UK girls becoming more miserable - study
Girls in Britain are becoming more unhappy, says the Children's Society annual report.
Third of people have 'not seen a bobby on the beat'
More than a third of people in England and Wales have not seen a bobby on the beat for a year, research suggests.
Six teens arrested in Polish 'hate crime' murder probe
Six teenagers are arrested on suspicion of killing a Polish man in a possible hate crime.
Lib Dem leader warns of post-EU-vote 'forces of racism'
The EU referendum result has divided the country and could be hijacked by "forces of racism, intolerance and hate", says Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron.
'Smart energy' revolution to balance electricity demand
A "smart energy" revolution could help ensure that the UK does not suffer blackouts, according to National Grid's new UK chief.
Boss of troubled NHS trust quits
The chief executive of troubled Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, Katrina Percy, resigns over "media attention".
TV host Charlie Webster back in UK after malaria coma
A television sports presenter who was in a coma after contracting malaria in Rio is back in the UK - in a stable but serious condition in a Leeds hospital.
Benefits nurse sacked in Facebook posts row
A disability benefits assessor who was suspended after allegedly posting abusive comments about disabled claimants on Facebook is sacked.
England hit one-day world record
England post the highest ever one-day international total as they beat Pakistan by 169 runs to secure a series victory at Trent Bridge.
Sunderland rescue: Teenager 'critical' after dinghy rescue
A 17-year-old youth pulled from the sea is critically ill, while three other teenagers rescued from a dinghy off Sunderland are stable, police say.
Ex-Army chief Dannatt on son's Lariam side effects
A former head of the Army has apologised to troops given an anti-malaria drug he refused to take himself because of "catastrophic" mental health effects.
Autism in girls and women 'undiagnosed'
Millie is 14, and was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome two years ago - a condition that often goes undiagnosed in women and girls.
Justin Fletcher talks to BBC News about joining the cast of The Railway Children.
Children's television presenter Justin Fletcher talks about swapping the CBeebies house for a railway station in The Railway Children.
Soham lorry drives wrong way on roundabout near A14
A lorry driver who drove the wrong way around a roundabout has been allowed to keep his job.
Conjoined twins: 'To see how far they've come is amazing'
The mother of twins who were born conjoined and given just a 20% chance of survival says it's 'amazing' how far her daughters have come.
Blind golfer Gerry Kelly hits a hole in one
Blind golfer Gerry Kelly defies odds of more than 12,500 to one to hit a hole in one.
'It's like stepping back into a comfortable pair of slippers'
Thirteen years after it ended Cold Feet is back for a new series. Colin Paterson has been talking to the cast and creator about it.
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Charity shop finds signed Queen Victoria letter
A charity shop volunteer finds a letter signed by Queen Victoria in a box of bric-a-brac.
'Crazy' double yellow lines painted on road in Cornwall
Business owners are left astounded after double yellow lines were drawn across the middle of road.
Newspaper headlines: Apple 'rages' over tax bill as UK sees 'opportunity'
The European Commission's demand that Apple hands over £11bn in unpaid taxes is Wednesday's most prominent lead story, with the UK spying an "opportunity" as the tech giant "rages".
Cotton v polyester
Why do some gym clothes smell so much worse than others after exercise?
Cheese, love and music
Blur-bassist-turned-gentleman-cheesemaker Alex James tells the BBC News website why he decided to turn his 200-acre Cotswold dairy farm into a three-day festival celebrating "food, music and family".
Bank of Mum and Dad
Has the Bank of Mum and Dad run dry? Then maybe it's time to ask someone else's parents to help you buy a home.
Sharing, caring
According to new research beautiful images posted on Instagram may actually reveal if someone is struggling with depression. But how helpful is social media for our mental health?
'He was like a god'
Theatre director Roger Haines remembers working with Gene Wilder when the actor made his West End debut in Laughter on the 23rd Floor.
Reality Check
A French official says people in the 'Jungle' Calais camp should be able to apply for UK asylum at a "hotspot" in France - but could it happen?
Unsocial housing
The tenants placed miles away from home by councils looking for lower-cost social housing solutions.

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