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WATCH: Race Against Time For Cornish Dad Dying Of Cancer

Joe Sciascia's family launch appeal to help him get married

BREAKING: Woman Pulled From The Sea At Polzeath

She was airlifted to Treliske on Sunday but doctors could not save her

WATCH: Surfing Santas Hit Cornwall's Waves

Santa Surf and fun run held at Newquay to remember local boy Joe Way

One Person Trapped After Crash

Emergency crews scrambled after car rolled down a bank near Truro

WATCH: How 'Prevention' Is Key In Tackling Terror

Cornwall is urged to report anything suspicious around our coastline

RUGBY: Pirates Ready To "Put On Performance"

They welcome Richmond to the Mennaye with 'no room for complacency'


 

Monday's national newspaper front pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

Supreme Court to hear Government's Brexit appeal

The Government will take its battle to start the process of leaving the EU to the Supreme Court on Monday, in what is seen as one of the most significant constitutional battles in decades.

Virgin Galactic test flight success above California's Mojave Desert

A Virgin Galactic spaceship has come safely through a free-flying test above the Mojave Desert in southern California.


New Zealand PM John Key announces surprise resignation

John Key has unexpectedly announced his resignation as New Zealand's prime minister, saying it was the right time to quit politics.

Italian PM Matteo Renzi to resign in wake of referendum defeat

Italian PM Matteo Renzi has said he will resign after losing a key referendum on constitutional reform.

Fidel Castro's ashes laid to rest near his 'hero's' grave

The ashes of former Cuba leader Fidel Castro have been laid to rest next to one of the people he most admired.


Giant foam 'blob' leaks from airport hangar and spreads in Santa Clara

A giant 'blob' of foam has taken over the streets of a Californian town after leaking from an airport hangar.

Japanese skating rink featuring frozen fish causes a stink

A skating rink with thousands of dead fish frozen underneath the ice has been forced to close its doors after causing outrage among its customers.

Life-size replica 'Titanic' being built in China

Construction of a life-size replica of the Titanic has begun at a Mediterranean-themed attraction in China.


Major Tim Peake and Eddie Redmayne honoured by the Queen

Astronaut Tim Peake and Hollywood actor Eddie Redmayne have been honoured by the Queen at Windsor Castle.

Phil Collins sued by ex-wife over claims made in autobiography

Phil Collins' ex-wife is taking legal action against the singer over "wholly false statements" made in his recent autobiography.

Fawlty Towers star Andrew Sachs 'did not recognise Manuel' due to dementia

The son of Fawlty Towers star Andrew Sachs has told how his father's dementia meant he could no longer recognise himself on the classic sitcom.


Chelsea extend lead at top of table after win at Manchester City

Chelsea laid down a huge marker for the Premier League title by coming from behind to beat Manchester City 3-1 in a game that boiled over at the Etihad Stadium.

England beat Australia 37-21 to complete perfect year

England shook off an indifferent first half to beat Australia 37-21 and end their year unbeaten with a 14th successive win.

Manchester City star Yaya Toure faces drink driving charge

Premier League footballer Yaya Toure has been charged with drink driving.


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