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More rescues at 'unpredictable' storm-damaged Crantock beach
The annual number of incidents at Crantock beach has risen from 20 to 70 since storms damaged a wall.
Redruth crash leaves girl, 11, with serious injuries
Police are appealing for witnesses and dashcam footage of the crash in Redruth, Cornwall.
Graves restored to mark Levant mining disaster centenary
Thirty one men died when a transportation platform collapsed in 1919.
Porthminster beach attacks: Witness appeal after arrest
Two women were attacked on Porthminster beach near St Ives in similar circumstances, police say.
Charlestown clay tunnels revealed after 50 years
The tunnels under Charlestown were closed more than 50 years ago, but are now open to the public.
St Ives 'beautiful old wall' knocked down despite planning refusal
A resident in St Ives said the demolition was "like someone's pulled a massive tooth out".
The Cornwall teenager with a two hour bus commute
Everyday 17-year-old Tegen has a two hour bus commute through rural Cornwall to get to college.
What is life like on Penzance's Treneere estate?
Four family members describe life on Penzance's Treneere estate - one of England's most deprived areas.
Overcoming loneliness in Penzance
Kelvin Liew moved to Cornwall after his marriage ended and struggled to make new friends in an unknown area.
Plastic-free Penzance: The UK's most eco-friendly town?
Where businesses cut down on plastic, fishermen collect litter and students march about the climate.
The musicians helping to revive the Cornish language
Bands and singers in Cornwall are leading the fight to try and keep the Cornish language alive.
Cornish Pirates: Gavin Cattle hails winning mentality after Doncaster win
Cornish Pirates coach Gavin Cattle hails his side's winning mentality after a 44-25 win at Doncaster.
Truro City: Boss Paul Wotton unhappy despite eighth league game unbeaten
Truro City boss Paul Wotton laments his side's lack of energy despite seeing them extend their unbeaten run to eight league games.
Cornish Pirates star's kit stolen on return to UK from World Cup
Fiji player Sam Matavesi says three kit bags were stolen from his car when he returned from Japan.
Cornish Pirates impress to beat Ealing 30-10 in Championship opener
Cornish Pirates coach Alan Paver hails his side's defence after beating Ealing 30-10 in their opening Championship match of the season.
Cornish Pirates ready for league after impressive Championship Cup win
Cornish Pirates director of rugby Chris Stirling praises their 'polished' Championship Cup win at Nottingham.


BBC News | UK | World Edition
Brexit: Johnson in last push to get deal through
Boris Johnson urges Parliament to approve his intensive timetable but opposition MPs want more time.
Harry Dunn crash: Police to fly to US to interview suspect
British detectives will fly to the US to interview Anne Sacoolas over the 19-year-old's death.
Northern Ireland abortion and same-sex marriage laws change
Abortion is now decriminalised and same-sex marriage is to be legalised in Northern Ireland.
Green number plates planned for electric cars
The plan means it will be easier to offer incentives such as cheaper parking for zero-emission cars.
Ageing prison population 'sees officers working as carers'
The oldest prisoner in a jail in England or Wales was aged 104, figures from this summer showed.
Caroline Flack 'most dangerous celeb to search online'
Searching the presenter's name links to the most malicious websites, a cyber-security firm says.
Thomas Cook used its auditors to justify £5m bonus
The bonus, paid to former boss Manny Fontenla-Novoa, followed a heavily-criticised merger.
'Ask about sexual orientation to improve LGBT inequalities'
Hospitals and care homes should be fined if they do not ask about sexual orientation, MPs say.
Milton Keynes stabbings: Murder arrest over boys' deaths
The man is accused of murdering two teenagers who were stabbed to death at a house in Milton Keynes.
Julian Assange: Judge refuses to delay extradition hearing
The Wikileaks co-founder is fighting extradition to the US over claims he leaked government secrets.
Facebook reveals preparations for UK election
The tech giant has set out extra measures for fighting the spread of disinformation.
Sir John Curtice: Do voters support Boris Johnson's Brexit deal?
How voters want MPs to approach Boris Johnson's deal on the UK's departure from the EU.
What is the Withdrawal Agreement Bill?
You might have heard people talking about the WAB. Here's what it is.
What will happen in the next few days?
The British government and the EU have agreed a new Brexit deal, but will it get through Parliament?
Brexit: What is in Boris Johnson's new deal with the EU?
A revised Brexit deal has been agreed by the UK and EU. What does it contain?
How would another delay work?
Boris Johnson has written to the EU requesting an extension - but the EU is not obliged to say yes.
Brexit deal: Did your MP vote for the Letwin amendment?
Find out if your MP voted for a proposal to withhold Commons approval to the Brexit deal until it becomes law.
MPs vote for delay: What has just happened?
Another day of twists and turns in the Brexit saga - here's what happened on 19 October.
Eating disorders: Over-65s unable to access some clinics
Over-65s with eating disorders are being prevented from accessing specialist clinics.
What are the UK's laws on abortion?
MPs in London voted for abortion laws to be changed in Northern Ireland.
Actors support Katie Jarvis over 'normal job'
Soap stars defend ex EastEnders actress Katie Jarvis after newspaper reveals her new shop job.
Scarborough's role in the Cuban missile crisis revealed
Operators in the Yorkshire town were able to intercept reports from Soviet ships on their position.
How Grenfell Tower fire inspired TV drama The Accident
The Harry Potter play's writer on how the 2017 tower block fire changed the course of his TV drama.
Woman finds her childhood book in museum
Zoe identified her childhood copy of The Secret Garden by the hieroglyphics she wrote on the cover.
The mums with eco-anxiety: 'I could cry all the time'
Meet the mothers who are experiencing profound fears about the future of the planet.
The map store boss who took the long route
Vivien Godfrey waited until she was 56 before taking the helm at her family's firm Stanfords.
Measles, mumps and rubella: How do we eliminate them?
A future free of the three diseases is "within reach" despite recent outbreaks, a health boss says.
The rapper from Croydon who caught Jay-Z's eye
Rapman talks about being discovered by one of the richest artists in the music industry and how he became a film director.
Gurpreet, who is Sikh, was trolled for bodyweight workouts
When Gurpreet started posting her workouts on Instagram she was trolled by people who said it wasn’t the sort of thing Sikh women should be doing.
Prince Harry on William: 'We are on different paths'
Prince Harry responds to speculation about a rift between him and his brother, William.
Deciding to donate a loved one's organs
How doctors and nurses help families reach a difficult decision which could save a stranger's life.
Pacer trains: What's the problem?
Why are the "stopgap" railbuses still on UK railways decades later?
YouTuber caught speeding after posting video on Facebook
A police officer says it is "pathetic" to speed "in a bid to get viewers on social media".
The Papers: Johnson in 'final push' and 'fears for Harry'
The papers focus on the PM's attempts to get his Brexit deal approved and Prince William's concerns for his brother.
Bin lorry driven at Sheffield house then torched
Police are investigating the arson attack on a house in Sheffield on Monday evening.
Man, 83, dies after three pensioners attacked at woods
Police say the victims were seriously assaulted at Birkenhall Woods in New Elgin.
Northern Ireland abortion law changes: What do they mean?
From midnight, women and girls can terminate a pregnancy without fear of prosecution.
Life skills should be taught in school, Youth Parliament says
Pupils must not leave school as "A* robots with no real-world knowledge," says the Youth Parliament.
Cromer Hospital: Farmer Douglas de Bootman leaves £1m in will
Douglas de Bootman's bequest will help fund a new cancer centre at a hospital near his home.


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