BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- Birmingham pub bombings: Call for inquests legal aid
- Tyler Roberts: Striker joins Oxford United on loan from West Brom
- Walsall: Burnley winger Josh Ginnelly joins Saddlers on loan until January 2017
- Neyland wedding album owners sought by National Express
- Warwickshire: White-ball inconsistency perplexes director of cricket Brown
- Toy-maker designs £15 VR headset in deal with Google
- David Parker: Birmingham City Ladies boss writes off Champions League chances
- Man charged over death of teenager in West Bromwich crash
- One-Day Cup: Paul Collingwood leads Durham to vital win over Warwickshire
- Jez Moxey: Wolves CEO to replace David McNally as Norwich chief executive
BBC Bristol News Feed
- Rescued firm Bristol Cars unveils first new model in years
- Adam Matthews: Wales and Sunderland full-back rejoins Bristol City on season-long loan
- Todd Blackadder named Bath director of rugby, with Tabai Matson head coach
- One-Day Cup: Jade Dernbach & Gareth Batty star as Surrey beat Glos
- They call it 'pee-power'
- Man hid veteran's body to set up cannabis factory
- Half-brother admits Shamus Mcnama's murder
- One-Day Cup: Peter Trego's century lifts Somerset to victory over Middlesex
- Prince Charles quizzes Tim Peake after space mission
- The Johnson Cup: Gary v Lee 'bigger than the Johnstone's Paint Trophy'
Cornwall Council News feed
- Truro Emergency Services Community Station launch
- Road works on Kerrier Way, Camborne
- Warning following spate of fake officials cases
- A392 roundabout near Hendra Holiday Park opens for the school summer holidays
- More than one million people set to benefit from extra lane on A30 bottleneck
- Trading Standards issue cold caller warning following conviction of local rogue trader
- Online poll opened for public to have their say on 'Who decides'
- People aged 50+ invited to ask ‘Are you being served?’
- Cornwall Councillors agree to increase minimum wage in line with rate set by Living Wage Foundation
- Cash in the attic or garage!
BBC Essex News Feed
- Churchill painting of Miami Beach sold for £192k at auction
- Sex offenders given lie detector tests to manage reoffending risk
- Unmarked cars warning to Essex drivers after vans stolen
- One-Day Cup: Essex win last-over thriller against Glamorgan
- Kelly Pearce death: Man jailed for 'sadistic' murder
- West Ham hamper fraud: Trial rescheduled for October
- Olly Murs pays to get Coggeshall Town's showers fixed
- Drivers playing Pokemon Go at wheel
- Ryanair cuts Stansted Airport flights citing Brexit vote
- Stansted Airport: Drone 'serious crash risk' to Boeing 737
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- One-Day Cup: Hampshire beat Sussex by nine runs in a thriller at Hove
- Commercial garage in Wroxall wrecked in blaze
- Hampshire County Council launches devolution consultation
- Cowes cerebral palsy adventurer tackles Cairngorm
- In Pictures: The New Forest Show 2016
- Minister for Portsmouth job scrapped
- Fawley oil refinery pay row strike called off
- One-Day Cup: Kent openers share 203 in victory over Hampshire
- James Vince: England batsman needs time to to adapt, says Mike Gatting
- Wes Fogden: Midfielder opts for part-time football return to protect body
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Bryn Evans: Sale Sharks' former All Blacks lock signs new contract
- One-Day Cup: Liam Livingstone makes 98 as Lancashire beat Derbyshire
- Cheshire green belt private school approved
- John Stones: Manchester City in talks with Everton over England defender
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: Man City target 'staying with Borussia Dortmund'
- Leon Clarke: Bury striker signs for Sheffield United
- Warrington start Super 8s against Saints
- Pep Guardiola: Man City boss bans overweight players from training
- Byron McGuigan: Sale Sharks sign former Exeter Chiefs back
- How one hospital got rid of high-cost overtime
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Spalding shootings: Dad killed daughter and wife 'with shotgun'
- Lenuta Ioana Haidemac murder inquiry: Man charged
- Murder charge over Lincolnshire girl's death
- Twyford Wood ravers jailed over attacks on police
- Four charged after Grimsby Town-Sheffield United 'disorder'
- Man arrested in Skegness murder inquiry
- 'Unexplained death' probe after body found in Skegness
- Spalding shootings: Inquests set to open
- Daisy wheel 'protection graffiti' found at Lincoln Cathedral
- Universities announce fees above £9,000 limit
Amersham News Views and Information News Feed
- New book provides fascinating insight into Amersham in the 1940s
- The Somme – Exploding the myths about the battle – Saturday 15th October
- Local Chiltern Countryside Inspires Innovative Audio Stories to Help Young Children Sleep at Night
- Summer Holiday Fun at Amersham Museum
- Mud Pack III – Support The Hospice of St Francis
- PlayBall – Weekly Softball & Baseball – Amersham
- 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
Ladycross Infant School is the first school in Derbyshire to receive a Modeshift STARS Gold award for their commitment to reducing school run congestion and keeping their children fit.
Derbyshire businesses are being offered a unique opportunity to raise their profile by sponsoring the Women's Tour, the world's most prestigious women's cycling event.
A scheme that helps residents carry out tasks for others and receive help in return is expanding and we are holding a number of information sessions to spread the word.
Work to remove old street lights which need replacing is taking place on A57 at Glossop this week (beginning 18 April 2016) and into the following week.
Parents who are waiting to hear about primary and Junior school places for their child will be notified today (18 April 2016), and the majority will get their place of choice.
A wedding fair will be held at our County Hall headquarters in Matlock on Sunday 24 April 2016.
A small piece of derelict land at our headquarters has been transformed into a community orchard.
We've pledged to do everything we can to oppose government plans to turn all the county's schools into academies.
Local residents still have time to voice their views on our future plans for transport.
A former railway line between High Peak Junction and Whaley Bridge, now a popular walking and cycling route known as the High Peak Trail, is once again playing a key role in keeping people connected.
We're asking organisations which run clubs or activity schemes to help us support vulnerable children at risk of going hungry during the school holidays.
Another major deal bringing up to 400 new jobs at our flagship regeneration site has been signed with car industry giants Ferdinand Bilstein UK.
Work on a new £7.6m housing and care scheme for older people in Buxton is set to start in the summer and local tradespeople are being invited to play their part.
Real experiences of residents suffering financial hardship while waiting for benefits claim decisions have been highlighted in a report by our welfare rights team to a Government advisory committee.