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Bin collections are weekly for just one in six councils
At least 10 authorities switched to fortnightly rounds or announced plans to do so in the past year.
Cocaine smuggling: Five guilty over £112m UK trafficking bid
They had used a yacht to pick up 1.4 tonnes of the drug off the coast of South America.
Amputee housed in Travelodge by Cornwall Council
Tom Adams is living in hotels after being told his home is impossible to adapt for a wheelchair user.
Cornish Pirates ban singer over Holocaust denial concerns
The Pirates stop playing Graham Hart's music after anti-Semitism accusations over a song put online.
Bloodhound: Land speed record car is relaunched
The Bloodhound supersonic car is back and preparing to renew its pursuit of the land speed record.
Badger cull: Policing cost £3m in 2018
Badgers are being culled in a bid to stop the spread of bovine tuberculosis.
New homes built by Persimmon missing fire safety barriers
Persimmon Homes contacts more than 1,000 people over concerns about its timber-framed homes.
Drink spiking: Devon & Cornwall Police introduce testing kits
A police force is to offer drink and urine testing kits to clubbers who think their drinks have been spiked.
Harold Wilson's Isles of Scilly holiday home for sale
The three-bedroom bungalow on the Isles of Scilly was built for the Labour prime minister 60 years ago.
Newquay Airport staff learn language programme to help passengers
More than 70 staff have been having lessons in Makaton - a language programme that uses signs and symbols to help people to communicate.
Pirates' Freeman among three Quins captures
Harlequins agree to sign Worcester's Simon Kerrod, Exeter's Tom Lawday and Cornish Pirates' Toby Freeman at the end of the season.

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Brexit: EU leaders agree Article 50 delay plan
Brexit can be postponed until 22 May if MPs back deal next week, or 12 April if they do not.
Libby Squire: Body in Humber confirmed as missing student
Police say a body recovered from the Humber Estuary is that of the missing 21-year-old student.
Bin collections are weekly for just one in six councils
At least 10 authorities switched to fortnightly rounds or announced plans to do so in the past year.
Brexit: MoD prepares for no-deal in Whitehall bunker
Defence officials say the preparations at their Whitehall HQ are part of wider cross government action.
Milton Keynes abortion surgeon Kieron Moriarty suspended
Kieron Moriarty also told a patient that "Muslims are trying to bomb us back to the Dark Ages".
St David Awards: Bravery reward for car attack 'hero'
St David Awards celebrate the achievements of "everyday saints" in Wales from all walks of life.
Darlington crash: Mum saved son from killer driver in 'last act of care'
Stuart Levy is jailed for five years for killing Shantelle Kirkup, who propelled her son to safety.
Tate art galleries shun Sackler money over opioid crisis
The art galleries group joins the National Portrait Gallery in turning down money due to opioid links.
Hackney death: Met 'too stretched to investigate' murder case
The Met accepted an offer from City of London Police to take on the case of a man's betting shop death.
Killer caught by his Nike trainers is jailed for nine years
Jamie Anderson killed father-of-one Paul Mathieson after punching him to the ground in Renfrew.
Peterborough mural to Prodigy's Keith Flint 'iconic'
The street art is described as "our own shrine to Keith Flint" by a former guitarist with the band.
Rusty Bentley found in Stockport garage sells for £450k
The "unusual" 1936 Bentley was locked away for three decades at the home of an ex-RAF pilot.
'Pink tax': Should personal care products for women cost more?
Should personal care products marketed to women cost more? And is there actually any difference?
Bristol nursery locks toys away for a month
The toys have been replaced toys with cardboard, tins and train tickets in an attempt to encourage play.
Campaigners say they want Birmingham LGBT teaching abolished
A lead campaigner against LGBT lessons in Birmingham schools says morally, homosexuality is not "a valid sexual relationship".
An abused stray from Lebanon finds a home in Brighton
A dog left blind after being shot 17 times in Lebanon has become a therapy pet in Brighton.
Oxford teenager: 'I live in fear of knives'
Teenagers tell of their first-hand knowledge of deadly crime.
Bodycam footage shows pregnant Traveller's Cardiff arrest
Video of a pregnant woman from an Irish Traveller family being arrested, which has been criticised by a race equality charity.
'I was put on a plane with no warning'
One man, who has psychosis, was deported without medication, food or money the same day he was detained.
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Newspaper headlines: Brexit 'emergency' and 'Break-xit' campaign
Brexit dominates Friday's papers, after the EU confirmed a delay plan.
Who is the UK's £100bn benefits bill spent on?
A look at how much the UK government spends on benefits reveals big changes over time.
Sustainable students: How easy is it to be more environmentally-friendly?
A student house is challenged to live in a more environmentally-friendly way. How did they get on?
Alesha MacPhail murder: The schoolboy who became an opportunistic killer
Aaron Campbell told a psychologist he was "quite satisfied" with the opportunistic murder of Alesha MacPhail.
UK lottery winners: What did they do with the money?
From £3m investments to designer handbags - the ways a lucky few have chosen to spend the payouts.
Every school 'needs dog as stress-buster'
Bringing pets into school can be the simplest but most effective stress-buster, says Sir Anthony Seldon.
Porn: Why Flintshire mum made her own adult film
Sarah Sadler was fed up with the way sex was portrayed in porn films - so decided to make her own.
My one-in-a-million daughter is a 'human timebomb'
Anya suffers from a one-in-a-million condition that is like having seven serious diseases all at once.
Lorraine Kelly, tax law and how celebrities build public personas
Even though, as a judge has ruled, "she may not like the guest she interviews or the food she eats".
Who's been the Premier League's best overseas player?
Who has been the best overseas player to feature in the Premier League? Read our experts' views and vote for your choice.
Council tax increase: Why am I paying the police so much?
A bigger portion of your council tax will go to police this year. But why? And what is it used for?

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