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Councillor Harry Blakeley believes the airport could even be used for go-kart racing and kite boarding

Wildlife charities renew calls for oil additive PIB to be reclassified after deaths of hundreds of seabirds in Cornwall, Devon and Dorset

A wildlife charity has renewed calls for oil additive PIB to be reclassified by the International Maritime Organisation to prohibit discharges at sea after “a whole generation of seabirds” died.

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What could be finer – now that the weather has improved – than a walk around some bucolic beds and borders?

Toni Pearce: she flunked her exams – but fought her way to the top to become President of the NUS

Toni Pearce tells Richard Garner how her background will help her fight for students

Television choices: How to build a better future with Sellotape and science

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Artist Graham Ovenden, 70, of north Cornwall, arriving for trial at Truro Crown Court

Tate removes more than 30 Graham Ovenden works from collection after child sex conviction

The Tate has removed more than 30 prints by the artist Graham Ovenden from its online collection and will not show any of his works at its galleries following his conviction for a string of child sex offences.

‘It has been a frustrating season which could have been different with a bit of luck here and there, and a few more players’

Neil Warnock on Leeds United exit: Off the roller-coaster, but I'm not finished with management yet

I can see myself going into a club briefly to keep them up or get them up

A ride that's not just across a country, but about one

Cut his journey almost in half, add several hours of sleep, and reduce hard-man levels by at least 60 per cent and I know a bit about the challenge Mr Hopkinson has taken on.

Artist Graham Ovenden, 70, of north Cornwall, arriving for trial at Truro Crown Court

Artist Graham Ovenden found guilty on four counts of indecency with a child

An internationally renowned artist from Cornwall has been found guilty of a string of sex offences against children.

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Brian McDermott among contenders for Leeds United

Neil Warnock left the club last night

My life in travel: Tim Pigott-Smith

'Living in Biarritz was one long holiday'

Elderly woman killed in Cornwall after car falls in river

Accident happened as she waited to board a ferry

Ukip leader Nigel Farage in laughing mood after the by-election result in Eastleigh, Hampshire

With Ukip stealing vital Tory votes, Lib Dems reassess 2015 election strategy to target marginal seats

The Liberal Democrats are planning a wholesale reassessment of their 2015 election strategy which will see the party pour resources into about 25 Tory-held marginal seats.

Around 30 people evacuated after derelict seaside hotel catches fire in Newquay

Around 30 people have been evacuated from their homes and a police major incident declared after fire broke out at a derelict seaside hotel in Cornwall.

Cornwall councillor Collin Brewer resigns over saying disabled children should be 'put down'

Mr Brewer says it is unlikely he would run as a candidate in May elections

Councillor refuses to resign after telling campaigners that disabled children 'should be put down'

Collin Brewer has apologised after being ordered to do so

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