BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- Thousands at city's 20th Pride festival
- Man charged with slavery offences
- Children's services is 'huge challenge'
- Pool bug 'caused children to be ill'
- Bleach-poisonings care worker sentenced
- Row over child service leader's future
- False terror kidnap claim PC jailed
- Bakayoko signs one-year Walsall deal
- Kohler-Cadmore looks 'special' - Rhodes
- Three held on Syria terror charges
BBC Bristol News Feed
- 'Dinosaur' mural makes reappearance
- On-the-run sex offender arrested
- Eve the Jurassic sea monster
- Beds appeal for sick children's parents
- Two appear in court over man's death
- 'Predatory' uni student attacker jailed
- Arrest over cash machine attacks
- Youths facing jail for Facebook posts
- Model guilty of millionaire murder
- Council HQ's £16m revamp completed
Cornwall Council News feed
- Prag yth yw Kernewek da rag Kernow Why Cornish is good for Cornwall
- Royal invitation for Cornwall’s Principal Child and Family Social Worker
- Four community groups in Cornwall shortlisted for Britain Has Spirit awards
- Cornwall Council appoints LHC to explore potential options for Liskeard Cattle Market site
- Tresillian Cycle Route opens with two Cornwall Councillors on a tandem
- How a Spring clean could save your life!
- Greater opportunity for Procurement Training in Cornwall
- Goonhilly Wind Farm Community Fund on the agenda for the Helston and South Kerrier Community Network Panel
- Fun and games in Cornwall’s libraries as BookTrust give away 450,000 books in National Bookstart Week
- Exciting new look Trenance Play Park to open middle of June
BBC Essex News Feed
- Secret WW2 code machine found on eBay
- Duckett's 189 puts Northants on top
- Colchester midfielder Curtis signs deal
- Shrews sign Southend midfielder Deegan
- Teen killer to appeal against sentence
- Glamorgan victory bid blunted by Essex
- 'Human cargo' made cries for help
- Wright agrees one-year Colchester deal
- 'Unprovoked' acid attack teen arrest
- Missing man case now a murder inquiry
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- Brass eagle lectern stolen from church
- Witnesses sought over fatal attack
- Ducks and baby geese shot dead
- 'World's biggest' bouncy castle arrives
- Ex-Pompey boss owes Latvian bank £65m
- Hospital chief exec stands down
- Biker killed in crash is named
- Woman killed in A31 lorry crash named
- Eastleigh sign ex-Wales defender Duffy
- Troubled shipping firm reveals profit
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Yorkshire fight back in Roses match
- Police watchdog referral as woman dies
- Rashford close to new Man Utd deal
- Could we finally see the end of overcrowded trains?
- Drivers sought in fatal crash inquiry
- NI boss O'Neill names Euro 2016 squad
- 'Predatory' uni student attacker jailed
- Fitzpatrick signs new Macclesfield deal
- Man jailed for 'jealous rage' murder
- Notts County appoint Sheridan as boss
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Cathedral appoints first female dean
- House death murder accused in court
- Axed airshow returns at Red Arrows base
- Grass verge used to produce electricity
- Murder charge after woman's body found
- Substation 'shooting' caused power cuts
- VIDEO: Timelapse video of poppies installation
- Man re-arrested in house murder inquiry
- VIDEO: Noisy peacocks threatened with eviction
- Sex abuse case police defend actions
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
A prison officer and the partner of a prisoner are jailed for smuggling drugs and 18 mobile phones into a south west London prison.
Managerless Charlton Athletic sign winger Louis-Michel Yamfam from Stevenage for an undisclosed fee.
The mayor appoints a security expert to assess how well the capital would respond to a major terror attack.
Doncaster Rovers sign defender Mathieu Baudry from League Two side Leyton Orient on a two-year deal.
BBC Sport analyses the six play-off finalists as the 2015-16 Football League season concludes at Wembley.
BBC Sport previews Saturday's Premiership final between Saracens and Exeter Chiefs at Twickenham (15:00 BST).
Olympic chiefs announce 23 competitors at the London 2012 Games have failed retrospective doping tests.
A bereaved vicar asks people to pray for a burglar he believes stole his late wife's wedding ring from his Islington home.
Up to 10,000 homes are to be built in north-east London in a bid to ease the city's "housing crisis".
The life and death of a boy sailor
A million more young people are likely to find themselves living with their parents over the next decade, according to the insurance company Aviva.
The final member of a gang which launched a failed bid to free a prisoner - during which one accomplice was killed - is found guilty.
Leyton Orient's former director of football loses his £100,000 wrongful dismissal claim at the High Court.
The ex-boyfriend of a woman accused of making a false rape claim told her grieving father to "keep quiet or face the consequences", a court hears.
Pedicab drivers who "rip people off" by charging "extortionate fees" will face regulation in London, the government says.
Millwall manager Neil Harris says the "pride is back in the club" as they prepare for the League One play-off final.
About 250 civil service jobs will be moved to London after a government department confirmed plans to close its Sheffield office.
A train is lifted to free a woman whose foot got stuck between the carriage and the platform on the London Underground.
The grave of boy hero Jack Cornwell who died following the Battle of Jutland is being protected with Grade II listed status.
The total numbers of fires and fire deaths are down by more than 20% in the past five years, figures from London Fire Brigade show.