BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- Delayed trams start from New St station
- Brighton win Women's Premier League
- Kohler-Cadmore ton saves Worcestershire
- 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
BBC Bristol News Feed
- Memorial garden for cycle death girl
- Oldest theatre marks 250th anniversary
- Batty stars as Taunton wickets tumble
- Kohler-Cadmore ton saves Worcestershire
- England's Wood wins PGA Championship
- '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
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
- England's Cook passes 10,000 Test runs
- Mickleburgh hits ton in Essex response
- 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
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- 'Horrendous' festival queues complaints
- Annual oyster festival plans revealed
- Most expensive UK seaside towns named
- Girl, 12, hurt in jet ski crash
- Middlesex centurions dominate Hants
- 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
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Two stabbed in city centre brawl
- Warnock to complete Wigan Athletic move
- Yorkshire fight back in Roses match
- Police watchdog referral as woman dies
- Rashford close to new Man Utd deal
- Elbows, skulls and holy hands
- 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
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Allitt victim's benefits loss was 'hell'
- 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
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
David Cameron hails London Mayor Sadiq Khan as "proud Muslim, a proud Brit," as they share a platform to urges voters to back staying in the EU.
Three stabbings in London, one of them fatal, over the bank holiday weekend highlight the issue of knife crime as police reveal the scale of the problem.
The World Trade Organisation's former director-general tells the BBC that the UK economy risks a "huge blow" if it votes to leave the EU on 23 June.
Paralympian David Weir becomes the first wheelchair racer to complete a mile in under three minutes.
Police are to conduct a review after Millwall fans were involved in crowd trouble during Sunday's League One play-off final.
Surrey captain Gareth Batty takes 7-32 but Somerset respond strongly as 18 wickets fall on day two at Taunton.
Middlesex centurions Adam Voges and Dawid Malan share a stand of 279 on day one against Hampshire at Northwood.
After retaining the Premiership and securing a domestic and European double, are Saracens set to dominate English rugby?
AFC Wimbledon face Plymouth in Monday's League Two play-off final at Wembley, with a place in League One at stake.
A murder investigation begins after a man is found with fatal stab wounds in north London.
The BBC Business series My Shop visits The Startup Van team, who have now left their van and moved into a shop in order to offer their interview service.
Venerating England's saintly relics
Network Rail has unveiled plans for a digital signalling system that will allow 40% more trains to run on existing lines - reducing overcrowding.
Surrey's batting struggles continue as Jack Leach's four wickets put Somerset in control on day one at Taunton.
A man from Deptford appears in court charged with slavery offences.
Barnsley face Millwall in Sunday's League One play-off final at Wembley, with a place in the Championship at stake.
British Olympic champion Mo Farah wins the 10,000m at the Prefontaine Classic in the third quickest time of his career.
A Metropolitan Police sergeant is dismissed for failing to respond to a fatal attack in which a man was stabbed more than 200 times.
AFC Wimbledon will reach the third tier for the first time in their 14-year history if they win Monday's League Two play-off final.
Brentford and Republic of Ireland midfielder Alan Judge is reprimanded after breaching doping regulations.