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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
'Noisy' festival opposed over village green sex claims
Residents in The Lizard have scaled up their campaign against a campsite's "family-friendly" festival.
Son surprises mum with sacrificed car after 12 years
A mum who sacrificed her car 12 years ago to help her struggling son gets a surprise replacement.
Dog saved by student gets crowdfunded op
Nelly the labrador was due to be put down until trainee nurse Fay Alsworth raised £3,000 to save her.
Boy falls down 80ft Cornish coastal blowhole
There have been calls for safety signs and fencing near the blowholes on Cornwall's north coast.
Cornwall fairy festival 'unicorns' in Guinness world record bid first
Organisers of the "unique and magical" event were "very confident" about setting a new world record.
Rare ancient writing found on medieval Cornish stone
The slate is on display at Tintagel Castle where archaeologists are unearthing more of the site's secrets.
Sailor Sir Robin Knox-Johnston had appendicitis on world voyage
Sir Robin Knox-Johnston is marking 50 years since starting the first solo circumnavigation of the world.
Shirtless Poldark gets everyone talking in series four
The 18th century drama returned to BBC One and reviewers had one scene on their minds.
Love letter from 1950s returned to Cornwall couple
Derek and Louie Edyvean were tracked down after their love letter was posted on Facebook.
St Mirren sign defender Josh Heaton & striker Cody Cooke
St Mirren boss Alan Stubbs makes Darlington defender Josh Heaton and Truro City striker Cody Cooke his first two signings.

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Airbus warns no-deal Brexit could see it leave UK
The European planemaker says no-deal Brexit would force it to reconsider its investments in the UK.
High Court refuses bid for gender-neutral passports
A campaigner who called for the right to a gender-neutral passport has lost a High Court challenge
Drink-drive suspect clocked at 132mph near Bedford
Police say it is a "miracle" the motorist did not kill himself or anyone before he was stopped.
Church of England 'needs to review' abuse inquiry in seven dioceses
An inquiry finds the Church of England's abuse investigation was "well-intentioned" but "flawed".
Holyrood 'won't approve any Brexit bills'
Scotland's Brexit secretary says devolution is "broken" as Nicola Sturgeon meets senior UK government figures.
House of Fraser store closure plan backed
Creditors approve the retailer's rescue plan, which will close 31 stores and shed up to 6,000 jobs.
Accused John Leslie 'was perfect gentleman'
A long-time friend of the former television presenter denies his friend sexually assaulted a bride-to-be.
Windrush anniversary celebrated at Westminster Abbey
More than 2,000 people including families of the Windrush generation gathered at Westminster Abbey.
Looters target fire-damaged bar next to Glasgow School of Art
They breached a safety cordon to steal alcohol from Campus, which has been closed since the Glasgow School of Art blaze.
Man jailed over Peebles postwoman murder
The 28-year-old is sentenced to at least 16 years for killing the young woman at a house party in the Borders.
Prince Charles meets nerve agent officer
The prince met Det Sgt Nick Bailey in private during a morale-boosting royal visit to Salisbury.
The story of Rashan Charles and the police
How did the 20-year-old's death impact his community?
Son surprises mum with sacrificed car after 12 years
A mum who sacrificed her car 12 years ago to help her struggling son gets a surprise replacement.
How to manage your hay fever this summer
After a Met Office warning about unusually high pollen levels, here are some top tips for sufferers.
What are tariffs and how do they affect us?
As a trade war becomes an increasing risk, how do governments use tariffs in international commerce?
World Cup 2018: England's barber on cutting the squad's hair
Meet Justin Carr - the man who helps Dele Alli, Kyle Walker and Danny Welbeck look their best for the World Cup.
Basil Brush turns 50 - Boom Boom
The veteran children's television character talks to Simon McCoy about the Royal family and the World Cup.
The railway tunnel bought for £5
Glenfield Tunnel in Leicester was the longest railway tunnel in the world when it opened in 1832.
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Van crash puppy has 'miraculous escape'
Fire crews used cutting equipment to free the pup, who was uninjured in the three-vehicle collision.
Kent gardener's dream comes true with £3m scratch card win
James Evans, from New Romney, is to move to Cornwall with his girlfriend after his surprise win.
The UK's rapid return to city centre living
How city centres once abandoned by residents became the UK's most desirable areas to live.
People mark 'Take Your Dog To Work Day' with pictures of busy pups
There are dogs in offices, building sites and camps as people share their snaps on #TakeYourDogToWorkDay.
What to see at Great Exhibition of the North
The Great Exhibition of the North, billed as "the country's biggest event in 2018", opens on Friday.
Quiz: What record has The Greatest Showman broken?
It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world over the past seven days?
Mayo and Whiley: How long does a radio show take to settle in?
Some listeners aren't happy with changes to Radio 2 Drivetime with Jo Whiley and Simon Mayo.
'Should I stay or should I go?' ask Europeans
EU staff and their families at UK universities face big decisions about staying after Brexit.
Where can UK students study for free?
UK undergraduate students do not pay any tuition fees in 10 EU countries and Norway.
Iain Stirling: The man behind the Love Island voiceover
Love Island's cheeky voiceover guy Iain Stirling says people love "relationships and gossip".
Johnny Marr returns to save us from ourselves
Former Smiths guitarist is back from the future with a riff-tastic warning and a bid to "escape" from his own past.
Valley lives: Capturing South Wales in the 80s
Delweddau trawiadol yn darlunio'r cymoedd yn yr 80au // A series of images documenting the Welsh Valleys in the 1980s

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