BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- Mother 'begged son not to go Syria'
- Cat shot in head with bow and arrow
- Reading v Wolverhampton Wanderers
- Birmingham City v Sheffield Wednesday
- PC sacked for thefts while off sick
- Jersey v Moseley (Sat)
- Post-mortem tests due on shot firm boss
- Newcastle United v West Bromwich Albion
- Sigurdarson now 'welcome' at Wolves
- Aston Villa v Norwich City
BBC Bristol News Feed
- 'We've learned a lot from Wilkinson'
- Six agree new contracts at Bristol
- Charlton Athletic v Bristol City
- Pair jailed for Becky Watts murder role
- Cuts hit smoking harm reduction work
- Johnson set for Bristol City talks
- Swan wins again as Britain top group
- Hostel killing sparks housing review
- The real-life wars of Dad's Army actor
- Fallen female firefighter honoured
Cornwall Council News feed
- Penryn College students 'pass out' at Falmouth Community Fire Station parade
- Stay safe in the kitchen urges Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety Service
- Redruth Youth Council and health and social care integration on the agenda for the Camborne, Pool, Illogan and Redruth Community Network Panel
- Rent a pitch with a view!
- Council urges people in Cornwall to make sure they are registered to vote
- Theatre, fun and Golden Bookmarks on National Libraries Day on 06 February
- Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service urges residents to register their fridge, freezer and washing machine
- Padstow man guilty of fly tipping
- Penryn company fined for leaving unauthorised skips on the highway
- Lost 1690 map of Falmouth rediscovered
BBC Essex News Feed
- 'You don't have to pay full price'
- Fixing rural broadband 'not spots'
- Colchester 'not panicking' - Keen
- Village dog poo DNA test gets go-ahead
- Brown 'would buy 231 fans a pint'
- Braintree Town 1-0 Welling United
- Shrewsbury Town 1-2 Southend United
- Pet cat 'mistaken for leopard beast'
- Ex-witch jail owner's 'paranormal plea'
- IVF 'lottery' for infertile couples
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- Father jailed over shop knife siege
- VIDEO: Footage of Dad's Army cast unearthed
- Hong Kong rapist extradited to UK
- Southampton v West Ham United
- Tram plan to replace island rail line
- Surprise Wade loss for Van Gerwen
- E-fits of laughter at farcical faces
- Girl, 13, hit by bus at crossing
- Academy chain 'failing too many pupils'
- Milk bottle spillage shuts main road
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- What happened to Neville's homeless?
- Police officer on corruption charge
- Man Utd hold talks with Mourinho
- Man City angered by FA Cup scheduling
- Van Gaal gives Shaw injury target
- VIDEO: Man Utd title hopes not over - Van Gaal
- Chelsea v Man City live on BBC
- Priest had 3,000 indecent child images
- Man jailed for attack on journalist
- Chelsea v Manchester United
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Legal high dealers pushed underground
- Air defence college set for Lincoln
- Men jailed over karaoke attack
- Badgers blamed for flood defence damage
- Council cuts 'threat' to bus services
- College course for cabbies 'ridiculous'
- Campsite's singles ban angers widow
- Council to cut budget and raise tax
- Whale removal costs taxpayer £26,000
- 'Record number' of hare coursers caught
Amersham News Views and Information News Feed
- The Chiltern Camerata performs choral and orchestral music by Mozart and Haydn – 27 February
- Bubble Rush Sunday 17 April 2016 – Gadebridge Park, Hemel Hempstead
- Chiltern Humanists Meeting 9th February
- THE MARTYRS OF AMERSHAM Community Play – March 10 – 19
- More Details on the Redevelopment of Iceland Building
- ‘The Magic Toyshop’ musical family play is a world premiere to be performed at the Elgiva 21st-24th Jan 2016
- Amersham Museum’s Winter Tales talks 2016 – Jan, Feb & March
- Appeal for information after robbery – Amersham – 26 November
- Amersham’s Entertainer Says “Nostalgia rules this Christmas”
- Biggest Loser – Hospice of St Francis sponsored weight-loss and fitness challenge
A new group to consider the impact of the proposal to withdraw the current level of funding for subsidised bus services will meet for the first time on Monday 8 February.
Clitheroe Castle Museum's December treasure hunt has been won by a six year-old visitor.
Lancashire County Council has appointed a contractor for a proposed new road connecting the western side of Preston with the M55 motorway.
So far 127 people aged 75 and over in West Lancashire are better off by a total of over 672,000 a year following an ongoing benefit check campaign.
Drivers are being warned that a 50mph average speed limit in place on parts of the M65 are for workers' safety, following a worrying rise in speeding offences.
Lancashire County Council is reassuring people in Ormskirk that work advertised to start soon on the main A570 Southport Road is not expected to cause any major disruption.
Lancashire County Council has welcomed a multi-million pound Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grant for the unique Rivington Terraced Gardens.
Preston bus station is due to fully reopen tomorrow morning (Wednesday 3 February) following repairs to windows which were damaged during a storm.
Lancashire County Council is advising people travelling through the Broughton area to allow more time for journeys, try to avoid travelling at peak times and if possible consider alternative routes.
Lancashire County Council has become the final council in England to introduce a charge for Blue Badges.
Anyone thinking about starting or growing their family through adoption is invited to an information evening in Preston to find out more.
Lancashire County Council's libraries are helping people to discover what life was like for women on the home front during World War 1.
People are being asked to make history by voting for the official name of the new Heysham to M6 Link road.
A Lancashire County Council information service for young people in Chorley will have a new base from Monday 1 February.
Lancashire County Council is backing Young Carers Awareness Day on Thursday 28 January.
The latest stage of multi-million pound improvements to Preston's main shopping area has restarted following the festive period.
Lancashire County Council is reminding young people that a service that was available to help them over the festive period is offered every day of the year.
New and improved sexual health services for the people of Lancashire will launch on 1 April.
Padiham Library has reopened today, Monday 25 January.
Lancashire County Council is offering communities the opportunity to run their own bus services through parish, town and borough councils to improve existing services and develop new routes.