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Calls For All Schools To Teach First Aid

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It comes after a Cornish school girl saved her step dad's life with CPR

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Cornwall's Last A30 Bottlenecks Set To Be Fixed Within Six Years

It is hoped dualling the road between Carland and Chiverton Cross will be completed by 2021

Cornwall's Loo With A View

Toilets in Charlestown have sold for £115,000 at auction

Calls For More Support For Paramedics

130 were assaulted in the South West last year

Easter Lifeguard Cover Starts

Beaches from Bude to Sennen will be patrolled for the holidays

Pirate FM Cornwall News Update - 27th March 2015 

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PRIVATE companies could be brought in to deliver police services in Cornwall and Devon… what are your thoughts? From the ‪Cornwall‬ Newscentre with Emma Carton.

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Pirate FM Cornwall News Update - 26th March 2015 

Is there a lifeline for a stadium for Cornwall, officials are expected to consider a new proposal in May. From the ‪Cornwall‬ Newscentre with Emma Carton.

Pirate FM Cornwall News Update - 25th March 2015 

Six parks across Cornwall are trailing a smoke free scheme what are your thoughts? From the Cornwall Newscentre with Tristan Hunkin.

Pirate FM Cornwall News Update - 24th March 2015 

Doc Martin will be back… but not so much in Cornwall. From the Cornwall Newscentre with Tristan Hunkin.

Pirate FM Cornwall News Update - 23rd March 2015 

Meet the 10 year-old girl from St. Columb Major who saved her stepdad's life by giving him CPR. From the ‪Cornwall‬ Newscentre with Tristan Hunkin.

Hopkins Reported To Police Over Race Hate Claim

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Katie Hopkins has been reported to the police over claims she may have incited racial hatred in Rochdale.

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Jamie Oliver Takes On Global Obesity Crisis

TV chef and healthy eating campaigner Jamie Oliver has launched a petition calling for improved food education in schools around the world.

Monday's Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

Tory Grandee 'Puzzled' By Cameron's Two-Term Vow

Tory grandee Malcolm Rifkind says he is "puzzled" by David Cameron's declaration that he will only serve two terms as Prime Minister.

Man Arrested Over Six-Year-Old Girl's Kidnap

A man has been arrested over the alleged abduction of a six-year-old girl who went missing in Burnley.

Business Cornwall News - Friday, 27th March 2015

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An airlink between Newquay Airport and London Heathrow could once again be on the cards! Find out more, and watch the rest of Cornwall's ‎Business headlines with Business Cornwall Magazine... Find out more, and watch the rest of Cornwall's Business headlines with Business Cornwall Magazine...

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Business Cornwall News - Friday, 20th March 2015

LEP Chairman, Chris Pomfret, has welcomed the news this week that the Penzance to London Paddington Rail Link is to receive a brand new fleet of Intercity Trains. Find out more, and watch the rest of Cornwall's Business headlines with Business Cornwall Magazine...

Business Cornwall News - Friday, 13th March 2015

A new half a million pound tourist attraction has opened in Lands End…

Business Cornwall News - Friday, 6th March 2015

Newquay Airport remains in the running to be home to Europe’s First Space Port...

Business Cornwall News - Friday, 27th February 2015

Cornwall Council says the Government is putting Cornish Jobs and Projects at risk...

Hopkins Reported To Police Over Race Hate Claim

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Katie Hopkins has been reported to the police over claims she may have incited racial hatred in Rochdale.

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Clarkson Row: BBC Boss 'Sent Death Threats'

Police are investigating allegations of threats to kill BBC director general Tony Hall, reportedly linked to his decision to drop presenter Jeremy Clarkson from Top Gear.

Jolie Makes First Post-Surgery Appearance

Angelina Jolie has made her first public appearance since revealing she had preventative surgery to remove her ovaries.

Roger Moore Denies Racism Over Bond Comments

James Bond actor Sir Roger Moore has been forced to deny accusations of racism because he said he wanted the next bond to be "English English".

Bond Given Licence To Thrill In Mexico City

Filming on the James Bond movie Spectre has shut down Mexico City’s Plaza de la Constitución for four days as the cast and crew shoot the opening scene of the movie.

Jamie Oliver Takes On Global Obesity Crisis

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TV chef and healthy eating campaigner Jamie Oliver has launched a petition calling for improved food education in schools around the world.

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Nigeria Protest Over Alleged Opposition Killings

Thousands of Nigerians have taken to the streets in protest over alleged killings of opposition campaign workers and voting irregularities.

Saudi Bombs 'Destroy All Yemeni Fighter Jets'

Saudi-led airstrikes have destroyed every fighter jet in Yemen and forced Houthi rebels out of government air bases, a Saudi military leader has claimed.

Top Suspect In Tunis Museum Attack 'Killed'

The leading suspect in the deadly attack on a Tunisian museum has been killed, the country's prime minister has said.

Crash Captain Screamed 'Open The Damn Door!'

The captain of the Germanwings jet that crashed in the French Alps reportedly screamed at his co-pilot to "open the damn door" as he tried to get in the cockpit.

Aussies Beat NZ In Cricket World Cup Final

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Australia captain Michael Clarke bowed out of one-day cricket in style as he claimed 74 runs in Australia's seven-wicket victory over New Zealand in the World Cup final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

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Vettel Victorious For Ferrari In Malaysia

Ferrari are back thanks to Sebastian Vettel ending the famous marque's 34-race drought without a victory by taking a well-deserved chequered flag in Malaysia.

Brook Keeps Hold Of IBF Welterweight Title

Kell Brook successfully defended his IBF welterweight title with a classy stoppage win over Jo Jo Dan in Sheffield.

Wenger Against Home-Grown Player Quotas

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes introducing a quota-based system to the Premier League would be counter-productive.

Saracens Give Harlequins A Thrashing

Saracens moved second in the Aviva Premiership standings after a 42-14 hammering of Harlequins at Wembley.

Carpool Lane Cheat's 'Most Interesting' Ruse

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A driver's "most interesting" attempt to circumvent laws restricting the use of carpool lanes has failed to fool US police.

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'Robodog' Rottweiler Has Four Artificial Legs

A dog has been learning to walk with the four prosthetic legs fitted after he was maimed by frostbite.

Watch: Passengers Flee As Bus Swallowed Up

Passengers just managed to scramble to safety in time when the bus they were travelling in was suddenly swallowed by a sinkhole.

Underground Radiation Leak Caused By Cat Litter

A radiation leak at an underground nuclear waste dump was partially caused by cat litter used to soak up contaminated liquid inside the barrels.

Animals May Help Predict Earthquakes - Study

Electricity in the air appears to help animals predict earthquakes, according to a new study of the phenomenon.

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