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Royal Cornwall Merger?

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Treliske's Chief Exec wants to pursue creating one single NHS provider for Cornwall

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South-West Overseas Tourism Boost

Visitor numbers up as Cornwall's bank holiday getaway starts

12 Year Old Cycles John O'Groats to Land's End

Sam Jennings cycles six hundred miles to help safeguard Bude Seapool

Grade Expectations

Cornish students pick up GCSEs as UK pass rate dropes

BREAKING: David Cameron's Cornish Holiday Resumes

David Cameron back in Cornwall as execution sparks international manhunt

Football Ground Standing Pledge By Lib Dems

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Fans of football clubs in England's top two divisions would be able to stand at games under plans put forward by the Liberal Democrats.

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Current Account Exodus At Troubled Co-op Bank

The troubled Co-op Bank has revealed it lost almost 30,000 current account customers in the first half of its financial year.

EDF Energy To Pay £3m Complaints Penalty

EDF Energy is the latest of the so-called "Big Six" suppliers to be slapped with a penalty for market failures.

Failing Doctors Could Be Forced To Say Sorry

Doctors could be forced to say sorry to patients or their relatives if they have been found to have made a mistake.

Middle Lane Hogging Rife Despite Fine Threat

A year since laws were brought in to stop motorists hogging the middle lane, more than half of drivers admit they still do it.

India Bans Indira Gandhi Assassination Film

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The release of a controversial film about the assassination of former prime minister Indira Gandhi has been blocked by Indian authorities.

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Lucy Director 'Seduced' By Scarlett Johansson

French film-maker Luc Besson has said it was Scarlett Johansson's work ethic which seduced him into casting her for his new film.

Mariah Carey And Nick Cannon 'Living Apart'

Nick Cannon appears to have confirmed that his marriage to singer Mariah Carey is going through a rough patch.

Beyonce And Jay-Z's Trip To Cuba Was Legal

Beyonce and Jay-Z's fifth wedding anniversary trip to Cuba last year has been ruled legal by the US Treasury Department.

Miley Cyrus Hit With Concert Ban Over Antics

A Miley Cyrus concert in the Dominican Republic has been banned on morality grounds.

Malaysia Mourns As MH17 Bodies Flown Home

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Malaysia has observed a day of mourning as the bodies of MH17 plane crash victims arrived home to the country.

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IS Demanded Release Of Woman In Texas Jail

One of the demands made by kidnappers who killed US journalist James Foley was the release of a woman once named among America's seven most wanted terrorists.

Beyonce And Jay-Z's Trip To Cuba Was Legal

Beyonce and Jay-Z's fifth wedding anniversary trip to Cuba last year has been ruled legal by the US Treasury Department.

Australia's Child Detention Policy Under Fire

Australia's immigration minister has been grilled over claims hundreds of vulnerable children in asylum seeker detention centres are suffering from mental health issues, are self-harming and do not have access to proper facilities.

Hamas 'Kills 11 Suspected Israeli Informers'

Hamas has killed 11 people suspected of being informers for Israel, a Gaza security official has told the AP news agency.

Mackay To Cooperate In FA Inquiry

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Malky Mackay says he will co-operate fully with a Football Association investigation into Cardiff's text message dossier.

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Liverpool Insist On Balotelli Clause

Liverpool will insist on a code of conduct clause before concluding a deal to bring Mario Balotelli back to the Premier League.

Tough US Open Draw For Murray

Andy Murray has been handed a tough draw at the US Open as he bids for a second title at Flushing Meadow.

Ferdinand Dreams Of Managing England

Rio Ferdinand has revealed his long-term plans for a future in football as a coach - and says he would love to manage England one day.

Rory Struggles In FedExCup Opener

Rory McIlroy's bid for a fourth tournament win in a row got off to a rather rocky start as he carded an opening round of 74 at The Barclays in New Jersey.

Jellyfish-Like Creatures Invade US West Coast

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Billions of blue jellyfish-like creatures have washed up along the North American West coast, from southern California to British Columbia.

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Most Pierced Man Barred 'Over Black Magic'

The world-record holder for the most piercings has been refused entry to Dubai - claiming officials were worried he may practise black magic.

Drink-Driver Dons Mugshot T-Shirt For Mugshot

A booking photo of a 19-year-old man wearing a T-shirt featuring an image of his mugshot from a previous arrest has gone viral.

Man Drives Into Pool As Flip Flops Get Tangled

A man has driven his car into his own swimming pool after getting his flip flops tangled up in the pedals.

Spiders Growing Bigger In Cities, Say Experts

The growth of cities is causing certain species of spider to get bigger and reproduce faster, according to a new study.

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