BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- UK's first toll motorway for sale
- VIDEO: 'Oldest man' to toast 108th birthday
- Gang's fake fuel scam lasted five years
- Blues Ladies duo sign new contracts
- VIDEO: Mystery Valentine's postcard discovered
- Train crew shortages causing delays
- Afobe hurt by Wolves 'non-trier' claim
- Driver who killed two sisters jailed
- Woman, 82, denies Redford film piracy
- Student charged with college bomb hoax
BBC Bristol News Feed
- 'Premier League' surgeon bit secretary
- Disgust at 'doughnut mountain'
- Playground-urinating pupils warned
- Johnson will keep City up - Smith
- VIDEO: School dog helps pupils with reading
- Rise in 'smart drug' use at university
- Stolen dog found 130 miles away
- 'He's seen me laugh and seen me cry'
- Poor run will benefit Bath - Ford
- VIDEO: Escaped wallaby caught in Bristol
Cornwall Council News feed
- Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety Service take the time to talk on the stigmas surrounding mental health for its staff
- Prison sentence for Bugle man who sold illegal tobacco
- Trading Standards warn residents to be on the look-out for rogue traders
- Introducing Archie, the newest member of Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service
- Appeal for information after injured stray dog is found in Falmouth
- Buying from local selling sites and local fairs? Are you aware of risks
- Healthy communities key to the future of health services in Cornwall
- Penryn College students 'pass out' at Falmouth Community Fire Station parade
- Stay safe in the kitchen urges Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety Service
- Redruth Youth Council and health and social care integration on the agenda for the Camborne, Pool, Illogan and Redruth Community Network Panel
BBC Essex News Feed
- Third man charged with pensioner murder
- Shooting victim 'facing amputation'
- Keen underestimated U's challenge
- Fireman cleared of indecent assaults
- M25 carriageway closed after crash
- Essex sign bowler Riaz for T20 Blast
- Violin made at PoW camp restored
- Westley signs new Essex contact
- 'Largest Roman arcade' to go on display
- 'Leopard beast' terror cat 'grounded'
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- 'Back door' council tax rises exposed
- Pensioner murder suspect 'no DNA expert'
- 'Positive' talks to save hovercraft
- Accused gynaecologist hanged himself
- Courts and tribunal closures announced
- Churchill's navigator dies aged 97
- Koeman hopeful on Rodriguez return
- 'Review' planned for island's funding
- Deal or No Deal with council cash
- Contract for £150m revamp terminated
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Cocaine-dealing couple are jailed
- England star Anderson 'honoured' by OBE
- Stabbed student was 'kind and caring'
- Fireman 'couldn't function' after death
- Student guilty of terror offences
- Nursing home placed in special measures
- Man Utd still on track to earn £500m
- Car explosion 'caused by firework'
- Teenager dies as car crashes into tree
- Land grab concern by British Pakistanis
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Courts and tribunal closures announced
- Ingram leads GB Paralympic judo team
- Riverside housing development planned
- 'Illegal immigrants' found on main road
- Armed rapist jailed after stand-off
- Man on paintball murder attempt charge
- Woodland sites to be transformed
- Whales died 'hunting for squid'
- Oil giant fined £3m for gas leak
- 'Huge scale' £1m drugs gang jailed
Amersham News Views and Information News Feed
- Turntable Music presents Said The Maiden with support from Helen Sanderson-White – 11 March
- The Chiltern Camerata performs choral and orchestral music by Mozart and Haydn – 27 February
- Bubble Rush Sunday 17 April 2016 – Gadebridge Park, Hemel Hempstead
- Chiltern Humanists Meeting 9th February
- THE MARTYRS OF AMERSHAM Community Play – March 10 – 19
- More Details on the Redevelopment of Iceland Building
- ‘The Magic Toyshop’ musical family play is a world premiere to be performed at the Elgiva 21st-24th Jan 2016
- Amersham Museum’s Winter Tales talks 2016 – Jan, Feb & March
- Appeal for information after robbery – Amersham – 26 November
- Amersham’s Entertainer Says “Nostalgia rules this Christmas”
Redcar and Cleveland Police Cadets are getting into the Christmas and community spirit this year by hosting a screening event of ‘White Christmas’ for people with dementia.
Young police cadets are offering a helping hand to dish up a special lunch for local senior citizens at their Christmas lunch at the Grove Hill Methodist church hall.
Cleveland Police are recommending that people join up to Immobilise.com, the world’s largest free property register.
Police are reminding people to keep their properties and vehicles secure in the lead up to Christmas.
AS the national Christmas drink-drive campaign gets under way today, police in Durham and Cleveland are warning motorists they can be tested at the roadside for drugs as well as alcohol.
Cleveland Community Safety Awards are taking place at Redcar and Cleveland College on Wednesday 25th November at 6pm, where 45 people have been nominated for various awards.
Cleveland’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Barry Coppinger, and partners are supporting the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) campaign to mark International Restorative Justice Week.
Chief Constable of Cleveland Police Jacqui Cheer has been asked to assist in directing the prestigious Strategic Command Course (SCC) for a second year.
Cleveland’s Police and Crime Commissioner Barry Coppinger welcomed representatives from the police cadets’ youth section of Crimestoppers “Fearless” so they could see first-hand the work done within the Force to rid the area of knives.
Cleveland Police today revealed the number of knives and other bladed/sharp items handed in during a recent two week knife surrender campaign.
Door staff are invited to training which will help them to help and support vulnerable people.
Cleveland Police, Durham Constabulary and North Yorkshire Police are to join their police dog sections to create a single integrated service from summer 2016, in a move that will reduce overall costs by more than three million pounds over the next five...
The third annual Criminal Justice Volunteer Fair is taking place once again this November to encourage hundreds of local people to take up volunteer posts across the area.
The public is being asked to help Cleveland Police and partners by thinking carefully about which agency is needed when reporting firework and bonfire related issues.
Crime should not be mistaken for mischief - police and partners have warned youths and parents in the run up to half term and “mischief night” in Cleveland.
Three regional Forces are joining together to raise awareness of the dangers of knife-related crime and ensure we all stay safe.