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18 December 2014 Last updated at 15:00

WW1 Christmas tree destroyedThe Christmas tree at the switch-on ceremony in Bodmin

A Christmas tree designed to commemorate World War One is destroyed in a "professional" manner by vandals.


Children in classRacist crimes among youths plummet

Racist crimes committed by young people in Devon and Cornwall fall sharply since 2009, according to police.

Helicopter above island off Sierra LeoneAirlift to islands cut off by Ebola

UK Armed Forces fly in 220 tonnes of food to Sierra Leone islands cut off by Ebola.

  • Call for regional election broadcasts

    Broadcasting rules around general election party political broadcasts need to reflect regional English interests, according localised political parties.

  • Half of rail lines at flooding risk

    Almost half of the length of the main rail lines in the South West are at risk of flooding because of climate change, an internal Network Rail report says.

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