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Royal Mail to launch parcel postboxes
Customers will be able to post parcels in the same way as letters, as long as postage is pre-paid.
Newlyn fish expert is first UK female master fishmonger
Elaine Lorys is the 13th person in the UK to receive the highest accolade in fishmongering.
Maids Moreton: Murder accused 'sent love poems to victim'
Benjamin Field attempted to "woo" 83-year-old Ann Moore-Martin to benefit from her will, a court hears.
Newquay Zoo hand-rears endangered baby Owston's civet
The endangered Owston's civet is one of just 17 in captivity worldwide.
Blue Flag beaches: David Attenborough films inspire clean-ups
Beach-goers say they have been inspired to clean up by the legendary naturalist's documentaries.
2019 European elections: How many new MEPs might you get?
As Brexit dominates the work of MPs and MEPs, how seriously should voters take the European elections?
Mental health spending varies widely across England
Campaigners warn services will be affected as some areas of England spend much less than others.
Murder accused Ben Field 'snaketalked' way into home
Ben Field allegedly said he could work his way into "an old man's house like a sociopath".
Josh Clayton: Police criticised over young man's death
Complaints against Sgt Colin Taylor - aka the Scilly Sergeant - and a senior officer are upheld.
2019 Euro elections: The South West
Candidates standing for election to the European Parliament in the South West region.
County Championship: Cornwall reach Twickenham final after beating Devon
Cornwall make a sixth County Championship final in seven years after beating South West rivals Devon 50-20.

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Teens in care 'abandoned to crime gangs'
One girl tells how "random men" would pick her up from the home then think she "owed them something".
European elections 2019: Electoral Commission reviewing Brexit Party funding
The Electoral Commission will visit the party's offices amid a row over donations.
Chelsea Flower Show: Duchess visits garden with schoolchildren
Schoolchildren join the Duchess of Cambridge at the Chelsea Flower Show, after her family visited.
London Bridge attack inquests: Doctor left bar on lockdown to help victims
An off-duty medic begged staff to unlock the door so he could help victims of the London Bridge attack.
Tom Daley husband in row over buggy access
British Swimming responds to claims from Tom Daley's husband, Dustin Lance Black, that the organisation has created a "toxic environment" for families.
Sajid Javid: New espionage bill will tackle threats
Foreign spies could have to register their presence under a new bill, the home secretary says.
Lord Heseltine defends decision to vote for Lib Dems
The Tory peer, who is facing calls to be expelled, insists he is acting in the "national interest".
Salmon farming giant Mowi probed over chemical use
The world's biggest salmon farming company is under investigation for possible misreporting of chemical use.
Royal Mail to launch parcel postboxes
Customers will be able to post parcels in the same way as letters, as long as postage is pre-paid.
Nigel Farage hit by milkshake during Newcastle walkabout
The Brexit Party leader had just given a short speech in Newcastle as part of a tour of the country.
Hopscotch chalk ban overturned after outcry from parents
Children in a housing development had been banned from using chalk to draw grids on a path.
Sir Rod Stewart donates to Market Deeping Model Railway Club
A model railway club lost years of work when vandals destroyed their exhibition on Saturday.
MTV star 'felt pressured to have sex on screen'
Ex On The Beach's Jess Impiazzi says she felt like she was "in a brothel".
Royal children play in Duchess of Cambridge's garden
Royal siblings George, Charlotte and Louis play in the garden designed by their mother for the Chelsea Flower Show.
How bald black women overcome sexual harassment
Visual artist Ruth Sutoye explores the experiences of bald black women – sexual harassment was a clear theme.
We Are Middlesbrough: Sheesiders are 'the ultimate girl group'
Two friends set up a "girl group" to save women from "toxic friendships" and loneliness in Middlesbrough.
The Game of Thrones effect on Northern Ireland tourism
After eight seasons the battle for the Iron Throne is over, but the impact of tourism could live on.
2019 European elections: What are we voting on?
BBC Brussels correspondent Adam Fleming reminds us what we are actually voting on in the EU Elections
Woman donates £1,500 to help breathless pug
A social media appeal raised the money for an operation on five-year-old Saffie.
From accountant to darts champion
How a darts player went from having £2,000 in the bank to winning £200,000 in prize money.
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Brexit: Is there a 10-year-rule to sort out trade?
Does a trade law exist that would allow the UK to continue without tariffs for 10 years?
When women experts are not taken seriously
A Twitter thread on "having a PhD whilst female" inspires stories of having work expertise accepted.
Eurovision: Is Brexit to blame for the UK's latest flop?
Some put the UK's last-place finish down to a Brexit backlash, but there are other factors at work.
European elections 2019: What are the rules on party funding?
There are strict rules around party donations, but how do they work?
Game of Thrones finale gets mixed response
No plot spoilers - but fans and critics have been weighing in on the finale of season eight.
Sala father: 'My son was abandoned for fatal flight'
Family and friends of Emiliano Sala say they want someone to be held accountable for his death.
'Mini Monet' Kieron Williamson fulfils Venetian dream
The child art prodigy makes his first trip abroad as he follows in the footsteps of his favourite painters.
European elections 2019: Views from centre of England
What do people living in the village of Meriden think about the EU elections?
Game of Thrones' Nora: From Line of Duty to the Kings Landing massacre
You may now know who Laura Elphinstone is, but you might recognise her from some of 2019's big TV moments.
How National Gallery's art was hidden from Hitler in WW2
The story of how a quarry in north Wales was used to store priceless works of art during World War Two.
Recovering addicts' idea wins 5 Live Rachael Bland podcast award
A series about three women recovering from addiction wins the 5 Live Rachael Bland New Podcast Award.

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