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Police search for man who handed in missing person's phone
Police investigating the death of a man whose remains were found near Newquay are trying to trace who handed his phone into a shop in the town.
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The remains of 45-year-old Darren Witcome, were found in the Tregurrian area last August. The Welshman, who lived in Newquay, was last seen in December 2015. His death is being treated as unexplained.
Devon and Cornwall Police
they were keen to identify a man who brought Darren’s phone (pictured) into the Carousel Amusement Arcade, Newquay, after finding it behind a car in the Glamis Road area of Newquay a few days before New Year’s Eve 2015.
Kate Burrows (pictured) and partner Alan built their home on their smallholding in the Tarka Valley, near Chulmleigh. North Devon Council has given them until December to move out, despite her saying she is ill as a result of a condition called Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS).
But what is this condition?
The charity MCS Aware describes it as a chronic, physical illness affecting people of all ages and backgrounds.
It said it caused sufferers to have allergic-type reactions to very low levels of chemicals in everyday products and that, put simply, the immune and detoxification systems stopped working properly and the body could not process toxins efficiently.
It added that, besides reacting to things such as cleaning products, shampoo, perfumes and pesticides, many sufferers were also sensitive to food, medicines, moulds and electromagnetic fields.
Drowning inquest: Girl in incident 'on first scuba dive'
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A 12-year-old girl who got into difficulty in the sea off Cornwall in an incident in which her mother's partner drowned was having her first scuba diving experience, an inquest heard.
Forty-three-year old Paul Dold, from Horsham is West Sussex, died in the waters off East Portholland in August last year.
The inquest in Truro heard how, during a shallow dive, the girl dropped her regulator twice and started to panic. When it was clear that both were in difficulty, the alarm was raised by Mr Dold's partner, sparking a major rescue operation.
Coroner Dr Emma Carlyon praised the actions of teenage local canoeist Jago Bayley, who swam out and helped get Mr Dold's body ashore. A conclusion of accidental death was recorded.
Weather: Largely dry overnight, rain spreading later
Largely dry at first overnight, with only isolated showers, although a band of rain approaches from the south-west by dawn.
It'll be windy at first, although this should ease later and it will be milder than last night.
Minimum temperature: 3C (37F).
Rain will spread north-eastwards through Wednesday morning. It'll then become mostly dry in the afternoon, with some sunshine possible later.
Winds will increase again towards evening. Maximum temperature: 9C (48F).
Mud-hut is 'sanctuary from modern life'
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A woman is facing eviction from a mud-hut home which she says is a "sanctuary" from her "allergy to modern life".
Kate Burrows and partner Alan built their home on their smallholding in the Tarka Valley, near Chulmleigh in Devon.
It took the couple six weeks to build the roundhouse which has an outside compost toilet, kitchen, living area and two bedrooms.
North Devon Council has given them until December to move out.
Tunisian resort attack: Hotel and holiday firm 'could possibly made difference'
The owners and staff at a Tunisian hotel where 30 British tourists were brutally killed by an Islamic extremist could have done nothing more than "possibly make a difference", a coroner said.
Judge Nicholas Loraine-Smith said he could not include "neglect" by holiday firm TUI or the owners of the five-star Riu Imperial Marhaba Hotel when ruling on the deaths of the British victims of Seifeddine Rezgui.
Rezgui opened fire on the beach and grounds of the Sousse hotel in June 2015, but the judge, sitting as coroner at the victims' inquest in London, said the law regarding neglect did not cover tourists on holiday.
Lawyers for more than 20 victims had wanted this included after
the lengthy inquest heard evidence from survivors that they were not warned of
the danger of holidaying in Tunisia before they left. Members of the victim's families (pictured) were at the hearing.
The coroner concluded that they were all unlawfully killed.
The dead included Bodmin father of three 59-year-old Stephen Mellor, who died protecting his wife, Cheryl. Mrs Mellor suffered life-changing injuries.
Latest travel: A303 blocked after accident
On the Devon/Somerset border, the A303 is blocked in both directions between Upottery and the Southfields roundabout due to accident investigation work
In Devon, Plymouth's Old Laira Road is partially blocked due to an accident near Dunclair Park
In Torquay, there are reports of an accident on Barton Hill Way, near Barton Hill Road
In Cornwall, Commercial Street in Gunnislake is blocked due to an accident at A390 Newbridge Hill
Bodmin Treatment Centre: 'Listed operations will be carried out'
Bosses at a medical treatment centre in Cornwall, which is to close, say existing operations and treatments "currently listed" will be carried out.
Bodmin Treatment Centre - which specialises in cataracts, hernias and other day surgeries - will close at the end of next month. More than 5,000 patients a year are treated at the facility, set up 10 years ago.
Ramsay Healthcare, which provides its services, said the contract was ending as it could not come to an agreement with clinical commissioning group NHS Kernow.
However, centre general manager Chris Gendall said: "Patients currently listed to be seen at the treatment centre, we will complete their pathways of care.
"After that, we would look or transfer patients the Duchy Hospital [private hospital in Truro], or one of the other providers, in close work with the Kernow clinical commissioning group."
Plymouth council scraps charges for child burials and cremations
Councillors said the action was "an utter disgrace". Mr Morris said he apologised "unreservedly". Labour Group leader Tudor Evans confirmed Mr Morris was suspended "immediately" after the meeting.
Devon and Cornwall Police confirmed a report has been received that an "elected member of Plymouth City Council made a Nazi salute gesture to other councillors at a council meeting".
The force added: "Police will now make further inquiries to ascertain circumstances before taking any further action."
Devonwall proposals: Public input 'invaluable'
Public input into a second consultation into proposals to create a new parliamentary seat straddling the Cornwall-Devon border will be "invaluable", election boundary bosses say.
The government wants to reduce the number of constituencies in the UK from 650 to 600. It said the changes would be more democratic and save money.
However, some campaigners are unhappy about plans for a so-called Devonwall cross-border constituency of Bideford, Bude and Launceston, saying it wouldn't take into account unique situations faced by either county
The Boundary Commission for England (BCE) said: "Comments made during both consultations will help us develop a well-rounded picture of how local communities live and work together across the country. This local knowledge will be essential when we revise our proposals."
Fifty-nine-year-old Yorkshire-born engineer Stephen Mellor died protecting his wife, Cheryl, when an Islamist gunman opened fire at a hotel in Sousse on 26 June 2015.
He died after being shot in the chest and abdomen. Mrs Mellor, who was shot in the leg and wrist, suffered life-changing injuries.
In a statement
, Mrs Mellor told the inquest in London: "I am only here today due to the bravery of my husband Stephen. He sacrificed himself. Stephen is a hero to me."
Mr Mellor did not live to see the birth of his third grandchild, a boy called Thomas Stephen, who was named after him.
Latest travel in Devon and Cornwall
In Cornwall, the A394 in Sithney is partially blocked near the B3302 due to an accident
In Hayle, Carnsew Road is partially blocked between Chenhalls Road and Foundry Lane due to an accident
In Devon, on Kingswear Road in Brixham, there are reports of an accident near Gattery Lane
On the A380 South Devon Highway, just before the junction for Torquay and Paignton, there are reports there's a broken-down vehicle.
At Churston, on the A3022 Dartmouth Road, near Bridge Road, there are reports of an accident
In Plymouth, on Efford Road, there are reports of an accident near Eggbuckland Road
In Horrabridge, there's very slow traffic on the A386, around Graybridge Road, due to roadworks
Food safety 'not sufficiently emphasised' at pub
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The company that owns a pub where a woman got food poisoning from eating roast dinner and later died, did not have adequate systems in place for food safety, a judge has said.
Judge Simon Carr said at Truro Crown Court: "There were systems in place probably in a brightly coloured file on a shelf in the kitchen but this was not sufficient. Food safety was considered, but not sufficiently emphasised. There was simply no supervision and control for food handling."
Christine Morgan, 71, died on 12 August 2015 after eating roast lamb at the Clock and Key pub in Trispen near Truro.
Diane Burrow who managed the kitchen pleaded guilty to four counts of breaching food safety and hygiene regulations and was fined £750.
Lake Inns & Leisure Limited who own the pub also pleaded guilty and was fined £20,000 and ordered to pay costs of more than £23,000.