BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- £20m plan to expand Black Country Museum
- School pupils escape burning coach on M6
- Woakes takes 9-36 after England call-up
- Man admits pregnant woman murder bid
- Walsall group jailed for terror offences
- Robber recognised on Facebook is jailed
- Moyes out of running for Villa job
- Blues Ladies sign German striker Linden
- Injured Stokes replaced by Woakes
- Umeed hits ton on Warwickshire debut
BBC Bristol News Feed
- Ashton rejects England Saxons call-up
- Dead millionaire's ex denies kill intent
- Dent helps Gloucestershire take command
- Middlesex openers dominate at Lord's
- 'More work' needed on Metrobus plan
- Loach's I, Daniel Blake wins Palme d'Or
- Rogers makes century on Lord's return
- VIDEO: How stick helps Parkinson's sufferers
- England's youngest high achievers
- Photos of 24 hours in Bristol on show
Cornwall Council News feed
- Invitation to get involved in the Heritage Lottery Funded Luxulyan Valley Restoration Project
- Coastal project to double the number of Bude beach huts
- Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety Service support dementia awareness week with The Purple Angel Ponies
- Rick Stein Group signs new agreement with Cornwall Council
- Team work leads to Blue Flag and Seaside Awards success for beaches in Cornwall
- Cornwall Council supports community energy under Cornwall Devolution Deal
- Council Leader calls for special meeting with Government to discuss Cornish Language funding
- Members unanimously re-elect Cornwall Council Chairman and Leader
- Council supports recommendation to increase allowances for councillors
- Portreath to receive £50,000 grant to regenerate Portreath harbour
BBC Essex News Feed
- Van der Gugten limits Essex lead
- Colchester sign left-back Wyatt
- Southend avoid winding-up order
- Dartford tunnel closure sparks delays
- Cancer motivates my golf - Southgate
- Parachutists rescued from phone mast
- Napier takes five for Essex in Cardiff
- Hamster wheel man runs for 24 hours
- Fleetwood bring in defender Bolger
- Braintree name Day as new manager
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- WW2 ship's bell unveiled on anniversary
- Lorry 'illegal immigrants' from Africa
- Notts collapse after McLaren spell
- Cathedral tower was 'close to collapse'
- Lions and zebras being kept at UK homes
- Eastleigh secure Howells signing
- Eastleigh set to add to Pipe signing
- Police link 35 burglaries in New Forest
- Hampshire and Notts held up by rain
- Andrews heading to Rio but Pavey falters
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Giggs: Should he stay or should he go?
- Van Gaal sacked over poor Man Utd style
- Rashford has little time, says Hodgson
- Mourinho could save Man Utd - Schmeichel
- School pupils escape burning coach on M6
- Van Gaal sacked as Man Utd manager
- Petersen ton puts Lancashire in control
- 'Upskirt' filming officer jailed
- Cipriani named in England Saxons squad
- Rail firm seals £230m new trains deal
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- 999 call staff suspended in data probe
- Woman in 'murder' probe is identified
- Man bailed after house body find
- Murder arrest after house body find
- Cash machine blasted from phone box
- Football League proposals 'concerning'
- Crew forced to swim after lifeboat sinks
- 'Jimmy Savile' scout leader jailed
- More mental health patients sent miles
- Football League wants extra division
Amersham News Views and Information News Feed
- Lots for Tots Sale – 18 June – Amersham
- Restorative Yoga – Restorative Yoga for the Buckinghamshire Community
- Half term Fun at Amersham Museum
- Simpatico and Katharine Parkin at Bucks Open Studios 2016 – Amersham 11-26 June
- Get on your bike and support Scannappeal’s Pedal for Prostate Team – July 17
- Concert with two choirs: BUCKS VOICES and CHILTERN SINGERS
- Craft Fair 21 May St Michael’s Church, Amersham
- Maryam Namazie – Sharia law and free expression – 11th May
- ‘Hay Fever’ by Noel Coward, performed by Chesham Bois Catholic Players 20-22 May
- Amersham Museum Talks – Spring/Summer 2016
Chesterfield Borough Council is being urged by the Leader of Derbyshire County Council not to rush into a devolution deal with South Yorkshire and to give local people a chance to have their say.
Competition is hotting up for places on the Derbyshire Youth Council as young people prepare to go to the polls.
Schoolchildren showed they had talent at our Burning Sounds music showcase.
Local residents are being asked their views on proposals to stop paying for local bus services and community transport to help us deal with the biggest budget cuts in our history.
A food bank helping 400 residents facing financial crisis following the closure of a local firm is continuing to offer support with our backing.
People who would like to foster but think their background or circumstances would rule them out are being urged to think again.
Families are being asked for their views on proposals to close up to 32 children's centres aswe try to deal with the biggest budget cuts in our history.
Parents in Derbyshire are being thanked for completing their school applications online.
Leader of Derbyshire County Council, Councillor Anne Western said we've been left with 'no choice' but to increase council tax as we prepare to enter the seventh year of Government austerity cuts to local council funding.
Families are being asked for their views on proposals to stop some services for disabled children to help us deal with the biggest budget cuts in our history.
We're reviewing how child sexual exploitation can be prevented and how victims are supported.
We're supporting residents facing financial crisis following 400 redundancies at a local manufacturing firm with additional funding.
Almost £4m in benefits has been successfully claimed by patients and their families following support and advice from our welfare benefits team.
A programme to tackle obesity in young children is to continue following £44,200 funding we've approved.
A free brochure packed with fun activities is now out to help you enjoy the great outdoors over the year ahead.
We've prosecuted the former owner and director of a kitchen and bathroom fitting business who has been fined £7,000 and ordered to pay £1,200 costs for unfair trading practices.
Work has started on a new link road to the M1 motorway paving the way to potentially create more than 2,500 new jobs at our flagship regeneration site.
Fans of crime fiction, romance, poetry or travel writing should enjoy the new series of talks in our libraries over the next few weeks.
Derbyshire will welcome the Aviva Women's Tour for the first time this June, as the world's top racers head to the county for Stage Three on Friday 17 June 2016.
Residents can get free support and advice at our 'Work and Money Help' event at Heanor Library next week.