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11:06am 24th October 2014

It's been a busy week in Cornwall - with the news a ship from the ebola zone is heading for Falmouth and the launch of the Duchy's poppy appeal.

But how much of this week's news have you caught?

Take this week's news quiz here.

11:06am 24th October 2014

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