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Echo of a friendship for a girl at war

Body of missing Weymouth fishing crewman recovered

The body of a crewman who died when his stricken fishing boat sank three months ago has been recovered from the water.

Police renew plea to 'think first' before calling 999

A woman standing outside Specsavers who could not find her glasses was just one of a number of 999 calls revealed by police as they urge people to “think first” before phoning the emergency number.

Plymouth police taser man with Samurai sword

A mental health patient given home leave after being declared “no risk” was later found by police brandishing a Samurai sword in the street.

Beached whale dies on Cornish beach despite desperate efforts by rescuers

A beached whale has died despite desperate efforts to refloat it.

Welcome home! The parties for heroes of London 2012

After two weeks in which the nation has cheered and wept while watching Team GB amass a glittering Olympic medal haul, hundreds of thousands of people are expected to turn out on the streets of the athletes' home towns and cities to welcome them back.

Devon and Cornwall Police 'shelve 40% of crimes due to cuts'

Nearly half of a region's reported crime was not investigated last year following cuts to a police force's budget, it was said today.

St Ives in the sun: But Cornwall misses out on £2m every year through discounts to owners of second homes

Cornwall bans use of 'England' in tourism promotional material

Its reputation as a pocket of nationalist rebellion has long formed part of Cornish folklore.

'OU TV', a series of free filmmaking workshops held in a full-scale model of the original Open University set at Bristol's Arnolfini gallery, kicks off tomorrow. Learn how to make storyboards, edit and use a camera. Call 0117 9172300 to book a place.

Villagers lose St Dennis waste plant battle

Work is due to resume on a multimillion-pound incinerator in the heart of the countryside after a legal bid to halt its construction was thrown out.

11:57 - Gold for Helen Glover and Heather Stanning in the rowing women’s pairs final

Britain celebrates as rowers and cycling champion race into gold-medal history

Five days of patient, and not so patient, waiting came to an end yesterday as Britain was rewarded with its first gold medal, promptly followed by another to quieten the critics.

Leeds' Robert Snodgrass celebrates scoring against Cardiff yesterday

Leeds captain Robert Snodgrass set for Elland Road exit

Robert Snodgrass has left Leeds' training camp after being given permission to speak to an unnamed Barclays Premier League club, believed to be Norwich.

“Wouldn’t it be fun for Britons to organise themselves quickly enough to beat Starbucks to a chain of tea houses,” says tea grower Jonathan Jones (pictured)

For all the tea in Truro – how a Cornish plantation is turning the tables on China

It's shortly after noon and the Tregothnan country estate is bathed in a low blanket of mist. Leaden skies loom overhead and a steady drizzle of rain makes the surrounding foliage glisten bright green.

Tea pickers at the plantation in Cornwall

For all the tea in Truro: how a Cornish plantation is turning the tables on China

It's shortly after noon and the Tregothnan country estate is bathed in a low blanket of mist.

Teenager dies following fall from cliffs at Cornwall's Lizard Peninsula

A teenage holidaymaker who was seriously injured after falling 40ft from a cliff and landing on rocks has died in hospital, police said today.

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