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
- Giggs: Should he stay or should he go?
- Van Gaal sacked over poor Man Utd style
- Rashford has little time, says Hodgson
- Mourinho could save Man Utd - Schmeichel
- School pupils escape burning coach on M6
- 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
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
Plans have been officially submitted for a major new road - the Preston Western Distributor - linking Preston and southern Fylde to the M55 motorway.
Two events are being held next week for people to find out more about plans for new cycle routes being developed in Rossendale.
Tributes have been paid to County Councillor Mike Devaney who passed away on Thursday.
Lancashire County Council's cabinet member for children, young people and schools has agreed to permanently expand Holy Cross Catholic High School in Chorley.
Lancashire County Council has approved funding of more than 2m to support the development of an ambitious project to regenerate Brierfield Mill in Pendle.
The first annual report produced by Lancashire's Director of Public Health has highlighted the fact that while people are living longer, they are often facing years of ill-health at the end of their lives.
*** Issued on behalf of the High Sheriff of Lancashire*** A leading business figure in Lancashire will receive the honour of hanging his family shield at Lancaster Castle's gothic Shire Hall.
Lancashire County Council is asking people for their views on plans to change the way frontline services are delivered and save millions of pounds by reducing the number of buildings the council owns and rents.
The winners of the eleventh annual Fantastic Book Awards have been chosen by young readers throughout Lancashire.
New foster carers are being recruited by Lancashire County Council to provide homes for the 1600 children in their care while they can't live with their families.
A revised design has been announced for the new Preston Youth Zone and improvements to Preston Bus Station.
A series of exciting half-term holiday events are available for children and young people to enjoy at Preston's Museum of Lancashire.
Lancashire County Council expects to save over 500,000 on energy bills this year thanks to a programme to install LED street lights.
Lancashire County Council is providing funding for an advice and support service to help reduce the chance of people being injured in a fall.
With around 20 Lancashire children needing homes each week, Lancashire County Council is asking people to consider becoming a foster carer.
Lancashire County Council has approved plans for Nelson and Colne College to permanently take on responsibility for running Lancashire Adult Learning College (LAL).
Lancashire County Council's Cabinet has agreed to seek people's views on plans to change the way frontline services are delivered and save millions of pounds by reducing the number of buildings the council owns and rents.
The opening hours at Leyland Library will continue to be temporarily reduced until July.
***Issued on behalf of the Lord-Lieutenant's office*** Her Majesty The Queen celebrated her 90th Birthday on 21 April.
A Lancashire library will host an award-winning play in May.