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VIDEO: Cornwall News Headlines - 23rd December 2014

Published at 9:20am 23rd December 2014.

Cows can talk! At least, that’s what a farmer from Callington tells us! Find out more, and watch the rest of today's top headlines from the Cornwall Newscentre with Emma Carton.

 

 

 

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