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Newquay reinvented: ‘You stopped finding knickers in your garden’
Ten years ago Newquay was known as a "Wild West" party town where anything went. What changed?
What is the point of a clock tower?
We no longer need them to tell us the time - so why should we care about clock towers?
England awakes to beautiful sunrise
People across the country are treated to views of stunning skies on a wintry December morning.
UK patient diagnosed with monkeypox
It is believed the patient contracted the infection while visiting Nigeria, Public Health England said.
Stevie the robot care worker finds new job in Camborne
Stevie has been chatting, dancing, and even running games of bingo.
'Top Gun inspired me to become a jet pilot'
The commanding officer of the Hawk squadron describes what it's like to fly a jet.
'Cruel' Super Bowl and schools' bomb hoaxer jailed
Andreas Dowling admitted carrying out a campaign of bomb hoaxes in Britain, US and Canada.
Michael Williams groomed girls at Cornwall football club
Michael Williams would drive teenage girls to remote places and ply them with alcohol, a court hears.
Bugaled Breizh: Crew asked not to mention submarine, inquest told
An inquest into the deaths of two men on the Bugaled Breizh is taking place 15 years after it sank.
Cornish Pirates 'made too many changes' in Nottingham Championship Cup loss
Cornish Pirates coach Alan Paver admits they made too many changes after a 29-20 loss to Nottingham in the Championship Cup.
Northampton sign Pirates hooker Matavesi
Northampton Saints sign Fiji international hooker Sam Matavesi from Championship side Cornish Pirates.
Truro City go top of Southern Premier League after 1-0 win over Beaconsfield Town
Truro City boss Paul Wotton praises his side's defence as they go top of the Southern Premier Division South.
Penalty shootout English record: Taunton beat Truro in 34-kick marathon
A non-league cup match equals the English record for the longest penalty shootout as 34 kicks are needed to settle the tie.
Cornish Pirates 'laying foundations' despite London Scottish defeat
Cornish Pirates coach Gavin Cattle says his side can get better after their narrow defeat at London Scottish.
Championship is 'very open' says Cornish Pirates boss Chris Stirling
Cornish Pirates director of rugby Chris Stirling says this season's Championship could be one of the most open in years.


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Dany Cotton: London Fire Brigade chief to quit four months early
Survivors and bereaved families of the Grenfell Tower fire had called for Dany Cotton to step down.
General election 2019: Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn in TV debate
The hour-long BBC election debate comes less than a week before voters go to the polls.
Briton Audrey Schoeman revived after six-hour cardiac arrest
Audrey Schoeman fell unconscious when she was caught in a snowstorm while hiking in Spain.
Couple win 'race discrimination' adoption battle
British Sikh couple Sandeep and Reena Mander have won nearly £120,000 in damages from a Berkshire council.
Harley Watson hit-and-run: Man in court charged with murder
Terence Glover is accused of killing Harley Watson, who died after being struck by a car in Essex.
Somerset earthquake: Homes shaken by 3.2 magnitude tremor
The 3.2 magnitude tremor caused houses to shake, says the British Geological Survey.
Katherine Jenkins mugged after trying to help woman in street robbery
The star, who was on her way to a carol concert in Chelsea, had come to the aid of an older woman.
West Coast Rail: Preston-to-Scotland rail fares to be capped
The UK's competition watchdog agrees to cap rail fares on certain routes between Scotland and Preston.
Soul singer Celeste wins Brits Rising Star award
After being tipped for success, the singer will get to perform at the 2020 Brit Awards in February.
Three men fatally stabbed in London in little over 12 hours
Two men are killed overnight, in Knightsbridge and Deptford, after another man died in Hackney.
'Only complete' 1,700-year-old Roman egg at Aylesbury dig
Four eggs were discovered but three broke on exposure releasing a "potent stench".
Election debate: Why the Johnson v Corbyn debate matters
Your guide to the televised BBC showdown between the two main party leaders.
General election 2019: Six ways to improve TV debates
There are more debates than ever but still people complain. Could they be improved?
General election 2019: Nine big things forgotten by the parties
The parties have laid out their policies on a series of issues - but which ones have been missing?
General Election 2019: Nigel Farage's interview fact-checked
Reality Check looks at claims made by the Brexit Party leader in an interview with the BBC's Andrew Neil.
General election 2019: Battle to unseat Boris Johnson in Uxbridge and Ruislip
A battle to unseat the prime minister is raging in a commuter town on the outskirts of London.
General election 2019: Croydon in focus
Education, transport and Brexit are among issues Croydon people say matter to them in the election.
Election 2019: How significant is immigration to the UK?
Parties are promising greater control over the UK's immigration system, which experts describe as a mess.
General election 2019: How Remainers and Leavers plan to vote
Brexit triggered the general election, but is it still the most important issue for voters?
General election 2019: Jo Swinson interview fact-checked
Reality Check looks at claims made by the Lib Dem leader in an interview with the BBC's Andrew Neil.
General election: Labour's £6,000 bill claim fact-checked
Labour says the average UK household has paid an extra £5,949 a year since 2010.
General election 2019: Plymouth divided by life expectancy
How long you live depends on where you live in this Plymouth constituency.
General election 2019: SNP pledges 'could mean more austerity' - IFS
The SNP's election pledges could lead to more austerity after independence rather than less, an economic research group says.
General election 2019: Parties warned over 'newspaper' election leaflets
The Society of Editors said leaflets imitating newspapers could undermine trust in local journalism.
Menacing mice attack albatross on Gough Island
Mice have been filmed attacking adult albatrosses on Gough Island in the South Atlantic.
Sally Challen case: 'Mum killed Dad but we get to be happy again at Xmas'
David Challen gets to spend his first Christmas with his mum Sally since her release from jail.
Newquay reinvented: ‘You stopped finding knickers in your garden’
Ten years ago Newquay was known as a "Wild West" party town where anything went. What changed?
'Kids like me weren't allowed out at night'
Moey Hassan describes how "daytimers" became the big thing for South Asian teens in 1980s Bradford.
'I want to stay here until the day I die'
Residents of a high rise in Irvine give their verdicts on plans for its demolition.
Andrew Neil tells Johnson "it's not too late" for election interview
Andrew Neil says he wants to quiz Boris Johnson about whether he can be trusted.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche joined by snowman at news conference
Sean Dyche entertained journalists with a snowman before being interrupted by Christmas tree chaos.
General election 2019: On the set of BBC's Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn debate
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn are set to go head-to-head for the final time before polling day.
General election 2019: How do Grimsby's food bank users want to vote?
Ed Thomas meets voters living in an area where half of the children grow up in poverty.
Trafalgar Square Christmas tree struggling to please crowds
This year's gift from Norway has been described as "drab" and "sad".
Spitfire pilots return to Goodwood after round-the-world trip
Steve Brooks and Matt Jones return back to Britain after a record 27,000-mile flight around the world.
The Papers: Neil challenges PM to 'oven-ready' interview
In Friday's papers, the BBC's Andrew Neil tells the PM "it's not too late" to face him on BBC One.
M&D's rollercoaster crash victims get £1.2m in damages payouts
Ten people were inured when a carriage fell to the ground at the M&D's theme park in North Lanarkshire.
Pauline Kilkenny: Man pleads guilty to killing Fermanagh woman
The body of Pauline Kilkenny was found at her remote rural home by her sister in November 2018.
Cocaine deaths in Wales 'quadruple in five years'
Llinos Môn Owen says she spiralled into addiction after she started taking cocaine aged 18.


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