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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Two deny murder of mine body man
Two men deny murdering a driving instructor whose body was found at a disused mine in west Cornwall.

Paddleboarder spent six hours at sea
A paddleboarder is rescued after six hours at sea off the Cornish coast.

Culdrose helicopter in Ebola fight
Royal Navy helicopters from Culdrose in Cornwall are sent to help in the fight against Ebola in Sierra Leone.

Dissection of £26,000 beached tuna
Scientists carry out a dissection of a tuna worth £26,000 and described as a "Ferrari of the ocean", after it washed up in Cornwall.

Truro City ban fans over fireworks
Truro City ban seven fans for letting off fireworks at their Southern Premier League game at Dunstable Town.

Inquiry to probe 'child risk' claim
An independent inquiry will examine a council's handling of allegations that one of its members was a "risk" to children, the BBC understands.

Cat survives attack with shotgun
A cat suffered two broken legs and was blasted at least twice with a shotgun, a veterinary practice in Cornwall says.

Cornwall Council approves £196m cuts
Cornwall Council approves a four-year budget strategy to cut spending by nearly £200m between next year and 2019.

Submarines to be decommissioned
Two currently South West-based submarines will stay at Devonport until being decommissioned, while two others will move to Faslane, the MoD says.

Body-boarding bride in rocks rescue
A newlywed bride is rescued from rocks after getting caught in a rip current while body boarding with her groom.

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
Commission to urge Scottish tax power
The commission on devolving powers to the Scottish Parliament is to recommend full control over income tax rates and bands, the BBC understands.

US planes 'may use British carrier'
The Royal Navy wants to ask American squadrons to fly off its new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, because of delays to the introduction of Britain’s new F35B fighters, BBC Newsnight learns.

Embassy protesters condemn shooting
Hundreds demonstrate outside the US embassy in London in protest at the decision not to prosecute a police officer for killing black teenager Michael Brown in Missouri.

Child sex abuse care place shortage
A report reveals councils are having to phone around England to find places to accommodate children at risk of sexual exploitation.

Many elderly 'struggle' at home
Thousands of older people in England are struggling in their own home with little or no help, research suggests.

Guidelines favour weight loss ops
People diagnosed with diabetes linked to obesity should be assessed for weight loss surgery, according to updated NHS guidelines.

GSK hails Ebola vaccine breakthrough
Sir Andrew Witty says "tantalising" prospect of viable vaccine becoming available next year

Concerns over terror exclusion plans
The UK's reviewer of terrorism laws raises concerns about plans to exclude people from the UK if they go abroad to fight with extremist groups, as a new counter-terror bill is published

Burglars admit attacking lecturer
Four men admit a burglary during which a university lecturer was savagely beaten at his south London home.

Britons jailed over Syria terror camp
Two brothers from east London become the first Britons to be jailed for terrorism training in Syria.

Art school blaze caused by foam can
Fire service report says the Glasgow School of Art blaze was caused by gases from a foam canister coming into contact with a projector.

Brits voters give tips for 2015
New acts George The poet, James Bay and Years and Years are being tipped for success in 2015 after being shortlisted for the Brits Critics' Choice Award.

Queen receives equestrian award
The Queen has been given a lifetime achievement award for her devotion to equestrian sport.

Sol Campbell attacks 'mansion tax'
Former England footballer Sol Campbell clashes with Labour MP Owen Smith over the party's proposed "mansion tax".

Huge cocaine haul found in furniture
Police discover one of the biggest amounts of cocaine ever found in Northern Ireland in a delivery of furniture.

Minister warns of major job losses
Finance Minister Simon Hamilton warns of "considerable" job losses in the public sector, but cannot put an exact figure on cuts through voluntary redundancy.

Care home boss guilty of child abuse
A former children's homes boss is found guilty of 26 charges of sexually abusing youngsters in Wrexham.

Contaminated petrol inquiry launched
Murco is investigating how contaminated fuel was delivered to west Wales supermarkets from its Milford Haven refinery.

Renewables 'biggest power source'
Renewable power has overtaken nuclear to become the main source of electricity in Scotland, according to the latest figures.

Football broadcaster Montford dies
Former Scottish football broadcaster Arthur Montford, best known for STV's Scotsport programme, has died aged 85.

Boy's injuries 'like top-floor fall'
Fatal internal injuries suffered by a 22-month-old boy were like those caused by "a fall from the top floor of a house", his parents' murder trial hears.

Police 'chased autistic man for fun'
Two police officers chased an autistic man for "fun" before one attacked him, a court hears.

Ludogorets Razgrad 2-2 Liverpool
Liverpool are a win away from reaching the Champions League last 16, despite conceding a late equaliser at Ludogorets.

Arsenal 2-0 Borussia Dortmund
Yaya Sanogo scores his first Arsenal goal as they beat Borussia Dortmund to reach the Champions League knockout stage.

England beaten despite Moeen century
Moeen Ali makes his maiden century but England lose to Sri Lanka by 25 runs in the opening one-day international in Colombo.

Left to the mercy of the Taliban
Interpreters who worked with US forces in Afghanistan are being hunted down by the Taliban. Thousands have fled to the US - but others have been blacklisted.

How I drank urine and bat blood to survive
Extreme marathon runner Mauro Prosperi spent 10 days alone in the Sahara desert after getting lost in a sandstorm. He only just survived.

Six unexpected WW1 battlegrounds
Not all crucial battles in World War One took place on the muddy fields of Europe - some were fought in little-known places much further afield.

'Plebgate' trial: 'Powerful evidence'
The QC for former chief whip Andrew Mitchell in the so-called plebgate trial has said there was "powerful evidence" the MP did not use the term.

Clegg backs EU migrant benefit curbs
Nick Clegg outlines his proposals to curb benefits to European Union migrants, during a meeting with his German counterpart in Berlin.

Royal Mail 'scaremongering' on post
The boss of Royal Mail is accused of "scaremongering" by the business secretary, after telling MPs that there is a threat to the universal service.

VIDEO: Public Accounts Committee
MPs take evidence on flood risk management.

VIDEO: Magazine for drug users goes on sale
A magazine which allows drug users to make money to fund their habit has gone on sale in east London.

AUDIO: Drunk honeymooner 'sorry', says brother
A honeymooner who was taken off a flight in Bermuda after becoming drunk is 'sorry and ashamed', says his brother.

VIDEO: Lee Rigby family on Facebook 'failure'
Two members of murdered fusilier Lee Rigby's family say a government report into his killing has given them someone to blame.

VIDEO: Movember moustache praise from PM
David Cameron remarks on the look of Tory MPs Jake Berry and Jason McCartney, sporting Movember moustaches.

VIDEO: Unsafe Christmas toys seized at Dover
Thousands of dangerous and counterfeit goods have been prevented from entering the UK after they were seized by Kent County Council Trading Standards from a huge consignment entering Dover Docks.

VIDEO: 'I found rare Shakespeare Folio'
Librarian and Medieval literature expert Rémy Cordonnier tells the BBC about the moment he discovered a rare and valuable William Shakespeare First Folio.

VIDEO: Sharp rise in 'revenge evictions'
There has been a sharp rise in the number of people asking for help from Citizens Advice because they feel they have been unfairly evicted from rented accommodation.

VIDEO: MP woke from coma and asked to pay bill
An MP described awaking from a coma in a US hospital to a phone call asking how he was going to settle his bill.

How cricket helmets changed
Do cricket helmets do enough to protect the head?

Has the imagination disappeared from Lego?
Do the sets designed by Lego discourage imagination?

Learning the facts about learning
Are we completely wrong about how to educate children?

Performing poetry, on a ventilator
Performance poet on stage with a ventilator

Playwright Priestley's 'grim' north
Was a book by JB Priestley responsible for the stereotype?

Richard Stead: Breaking the cycle of poor literacy
What can be done to break cycle of poor reading and writing skills?

Federal UK and 2m gastric ops - front pages
Scottish devolution and weight loss surgery on the front pages

 


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