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
- 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
- Bus drivers to stage one-day strike
- Rugby league star admits doping assault
- Jet ski dad and sons 'lucky' to be alive
- Wire will learn from mistakes - Smith
- Action urged on northern England schools
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
Wasps boss Dai Young is "interested" in bringing back England international forward Steffon Armitage from Toulon.
Dagenham & Redbridge manager John Still releases 11 players following their relegation from League Two.
A father accused of murdering his six-year-old daughter says he delayed calling an ambulance because he thought he would get blamed for her death.
Michael Morpurgo's Running Wild has been brought to life at Regent's Park Open Air theatre.
Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's League Two play-off semi-final second leg between Accrington Stanley and AFC Wimbledon.
Defender Mathieu Baudry turns down a new contract at Leyton Orient, who have released seven other players.
How much gold is in London - and where is it?
Barnet midfielder Curtis Weston signs a new two-year deal with the League Two club.
The British pair of James Ward and Brydan Klein both lose in the first qualifying round for the French Open.
Championship side Fulham have their transfer embargo, which was imposed in December, lifted by the Football League.
A 'bird whistle' thought to have been used for sound effects in 16th century performances of Romeo and Juliet is discovered at the site of one of Shakespeare's theatres.
Two men suspected of funding terrorism are arrested during dawn raids in south London.
Southern rail conductors due to go on strike accuse operator Govia Thameslink of refusing to take part in talks.
China's ICBC, the world's biggest bank by assets, is buying a massive vault in London as it looks to grow its gold and precious metals business.
Pictures of the Queen, US president JFK and Pope John Paul II are released to mark 80 years of scheduled flights from Gatwick.
Primary and secondary schools in England struggling to recruit teachers spent £821m on supply staff last year, analysis by BBC News finds.
A Greater London band is performing Gaelic songs after the partner of one of its members sang him tunes her Highland grandmother taught her.
The wife of a vanquished police and crime commissioner candidate gives birth on a high-speed train.
The number of child abuse cases involving witchcraft that were dealt with by the Met has risen by over 50% in three years, the force reveals.
Chelsea and Tottenham are fined after admitting a charge of failing to control their players in the 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge.