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McFlurry lid caught round Newquay jackdaw's neck for weeks
The bird has defied efforts to catch it in Newquay, Cornwall, and seems able to eat, drink and fly.
Premature twins meet staff who saved their lives
The parents of the boys thank search teams and medics who saved their lives a year ago.
Cost of outside legal advice doubles at 42 councils
Campaigners fighting council cuts label the amount spent on outside law firms "ridiculous".
GP Geraint Hughes unlawfully killed by wife in Feock
Geraint Hughes was stabbed to death by his wife who was on home leave from a mental health unit.
Plymouth's historic Drake's Island fortress sold
Drake's Island off the Plymouth coast also boasts a 16th Century barracks once used as a prison.
London to Cornwall county lines drugs conspiracy 'run from prison'
Drugs were supplied from London to Cornwall by sending messages to known users, a court is told.
Serial sex attacker William Pope jailed for sex attack on girl
William Pope was told he had "destroyed the life of a child" for his own sexual gratification.
Fastnet 40: Sailors remember storm that left 19 dead
In August 1979, hundreds of sailors were caught in a ferocious storm that left 19 people dead.
Extinction Rebellion protesters gather on beach in St Ives
About a hundred protesters took part in the demonstration on Porthmeor Beach in St Ives.
Luke Jephcott & Will Dean: Truro City sign Plymouth and Exeter youngsters on loan
Truro City sign Plymouth Argyle's Wales youth international Luke Jephcott and Exeter City midfielder Will Dean on loan.

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Jeremy Corbyn: General election will stop Brexit 'crisis'
A general election would be the "change of direction" the UK needs, the Labour leader will say later.
Prince Andrew 'appalled' by Jeffrey Epstein's sex abuse claims
The duke says any suggestion he would "condone or participate in" exploitation is "abhorrent".
Vegetable joke is funniest gag at the Edinburgh Fringe
A serving of cauliflower comedy beat the rest of the funny offerings to be crowned "Joke of the Fringe".
Electric buses: Wales' first to hit the roads in Newport
The former demonstration bus will be the first in Wales to be used on a permanent basis.
Owen Jones assaulted: Police appeal after 'senseless attack'
Investigators say they are considering whether the attack in north London was a hate crime.
Jihadi Jack's parents brand Sajid Javid a 'coward' over revoked citizenship
The parents of Jack Letts, dubbed Jihadi Jack, say the UK government is "shirking responsibility".
Lucas Dobson: River fall boy 'unlikely to be found alive'
A police chief says she would like to find Lucas Dobson alive but is growing increasingly concerned.
Strictly Come Dancing's Neil and Katya Jones announce split
Neil and Katya Jones were the focus of a media storm after she and Strictly partner Seann Walsh kissed.
Andrew Harper death: More than £100k raised for officer's family
Thousands of pounds are donated to a crowdfunding page set up to support Andrew Harper's family.
Lidl lines up suppliers to cover no-deal costs
The supermarket's Irish business reminds British suppliers they are expected to pay EU import tariffs.
Didcot power station: Power cut as cooling towers demolished
An electricity pole catches fire moments after a controlled explosion at the Didcot A plant.
Ashes 2019: Australia repel England to draw second Test at Lord's
England fall four wickets short of a remarkable victory in the second Ashes Test as Australia survive a tense final hour at Lord's.
The playground for quality dad-and-kids time... in a prison
Fathers in Magilligan Prison have built a playground to make family visits more enjoyable.
The city in the eye of an HIV 'perfect storm'
An outbreak of HIV among homeless people and drug users in Glasgow is the worst in the UK for 30 years.
Bury FC: Part of our family for four generations
Losing the League One club, which is in financial crisis, would be "pure grief" for the Turner family.
10 things you can’t put in your household recycling
After McDonald's says its paper straws cannot be recycled, what other items only go in general waste?
Decoding Brunel's 'illegible' handwriting using AI
A computer is being trained to decode the almost illegible script of Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
Same-sex marriage: Why we just can't wait to wed
Wedding planners who booked their big day two years ago may miss out on legal marriage by two weeks.
Adult braces: Why are more grown-ups getting their teeth straightened?
Are celebrity smiles driving more adults to wear braces in a bid to straighten their teeth?
Stop and search: What are your rights?
With police stop and search powers set to expand what are your rights when approached?
Didcot power station towers demolished
The power station's gigantic, concrete towers created clouds of dust as they were blown up.
Village in Wiltshire opens for military veterans
Ex-service personnel, who may otherwise be left homeless, will live on the site for up to two years.
Artist Adam Riches: 'I turned drawing doodles into a career'
Adam Riches rediscovered a love for drawing and has turned doodling into an art career.
Mindfulness on Ireland's pilgrim paths
Writer Bébhinn Ramsay finds solace on Ireland's pilgrim paths after the death of her husband.
Organ donation: 'My hero, he gave me his liver'
Tom Wilson died after an accident during a hockey match, but his organs and tissues have saved more than 50 people.
Lucas Dobson: River Stour search resumes for missing boy
Lucas Dobson, six, fell into the River Stour in Kent on Saturday and has not been seen since.
Papworth marks first 'successful' UK heart transplant
Keith Castle was the first UK heart recipient to live for more than five years afterwards.
'National agency needed' to enforce Scottish building standards
Greenpeace criticises the current system which relies on builders to certify much of their work, with limited checks.
Brexit: No-deal dossier shows worst-case scenario - Gove
A no-deal Brexit will bring "bumps in the road", Michael Gove admits, as a leaked government document warns of food and drug shortages.
YHA Snowdon Bryn Gwynant plans £2m renovation
The mountaineer is patron of a fundraising campaign for the lake-side Victorian building.

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