BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- Eric Black: Southampton assistant named in corruption claims
- Birmingham joins 2026 Commonwealth Games bidding
- John Lewis boss chosen as Conservative mayor candidate
- Kenichi Phillips: Teen shot for 'straying on rival drug dealer's turf'
- Roberto di Matteo: Aston Villa will finish in Championship top six, insists manager
- 'Give me a job' plea to commuters lands graduate an interview
- Claudio Yacob: West Brom midfielder signs new two-year contract
- Great Barr 'bleach attack' on boy, 12, probed
- Birmingham men deny giving money to terror suspect
- Wolverhampton Wolves beat Poole in semi
BBC Bristol News Feed
- Bristol Uni scientists create radiation detector using diamonds
- Bristol City v Nottingham Forest
- Violet Crumlish: Funeral held for Lurgan's 'Queen of the travellers'
- Liam Fox predicts free EU trade post-Brexit
- Premiership: Bristol v Saracens (Fri)
- Abels Shipbuilders: Final large Bristol shipbuilder closes
- Bristol child sex offender Nathan Watson caught in vigilante sting
- Martin Roberts: Bristol scrum-half out for 12 weeks with dislocated elbow
- Bristol PC says Staffie success 'about ability, not looks'
- Tiny double yellow lines painted on Bristol road
Cornwall Council News feed
- Council to carry out new pilot waste project in Port Isaac
- Public meeting to be held in Falmouth to hear views on planning application PA16/00703
- Major step forward for Cornwall’s Local Plan
- Falmouth hoteliers fined after guest injured in balcony fall
- Truro night club owner fined for breaching licensing hours
- Electoral Review Panel puts forward proposal for future size of Cornwall Council
- Cornwall Housing pledges its support for Gas Safety Week 2016
- Shaping the future of services for Cornwall’s disabled children
- Transport and policing on the agenda for the Hayle and St Ives Community Network Panel meeting
- Griggs Quay, Lelant
BBC Essex News Feed
- Marc-Antoine Fortune: Southend United sign former West Brown and Celtic striker
- Teen killer James Fairweather loses appeal over jail term
- Alastair Cook: England Test captain signs new Essex contract
- Southend United 2-1 Oxford United
- Crawley Town 1-1 Colchester United
- Hakan Hayrettin: Braintree Town appoint new first-team manager
- Colchester high school abolishes 'traditional' homework
- Jaik Mickleburgh: Essex batsman to leave Division Two champions
- Paul Walter: Essex all-rounder signs new deal until 2018
- John 'Goldfinger' Palmer: Criminal was under surveillance for 16 years
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- Eric Black: Southampton assistant named in corruption claims
- WW2 bomb prompts evacuation in part of Portsmouth
- Hapoel Be'er Sheva 0-0 Southampton
- Chris Todd: Former Eastleigh manager training with Torquay United
- South East Coast Ambulance Service 'to be put in special measures'
- Portsmouth tower block evacuated after fire
- Roy Galvin dies after cyclist 'dispute' in Gosport
- Basingstoke crash victim falls from bridge onto ring road
- Fareham firefighter's life-saving device rolled out to navy
- Portsmouth: Paul Cook admits to away form concerns after 'flat' Blackpool display
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Gareth Southgate says Wayne Rooney will continue as England captain
- Greater Manchester Police officer charged in cannabis probe
- Super League: Wigan Warriors v Hull FC
- Million Pound Game: Hull KR v Salford Red Devils
- Marcus Rashford: Man Utd striker left out of England Under-21 squad
- 2018 World Cup: Striker Grigg to miss Northern Ireland games
- Birkenhead lorry driver jailed for causing a mother's death
- Police hunt on the run convicted killer Mark Ryder
- Cyril Smith child abuse case: No further action
- Oliver Faughey: Man jailed for killing neighbour and stabbing mother
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Mablethorpe beach huts set for £110,000 makeover
- Red Arrows on 60-day 'Best of British' tour
- Donington Co-op 'destroyed' in botched ram-raid
- Serco apologises over latest school payroll blunder
- Disposable women
- Civic reception for Paralympian javelin thrower Hollie Arnold
- Red Arrows pilot death: Ejector seat firm to be prosecuted
- Virgin East Coast rail staff to strike on 3 October
- Church burial for Stickney garden remains
- Lincolnshire's chief constable criticises ambulance numbers
Amersham News Views and Information News Feed
- Chiltern Humanists Afternoon Meeting 11th October
- Chesham Theatre Company Presents Agatha Christie’s “The Unexpected Guest” 10-12 November
- Chiltern Humanists September Meeting (13/09/16)
- Lt. Missenden Festival of Music and the Arts – October 7th – 16th
- Movie on the Lawn, an outdoor screening of Top Gun – September 3
- Beginner’s Guide to Freelance Journalism: a day workshop – Amersham – October 1
- A History of Amersham with Julian Hunt 25th August
- New book provides fascinating insight into Amersham in the 1940s
- The Somme – Exploding the myths about the battle – Saturday 15th October
- Local Chiltern Countryside Inspires Innovative Audio Stories to Help Young Children Sleep at Night
The most senior lawyer working for the independent inquiry into historical child sexual abuse in England and Wales, Ben Emmerson QC, resigns.
Raffaele Sollecito, who spent four years in prison for the murder of British student Meredith Kercher before his conviction was quashed, has told BBC Newsnight that he wants to rebuild his image.
An art installation that takes its inspiration from a beehive opens in Kew Gardens.
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe is to retire in 2017 after five years as the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, the force announces.
Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's Premier League game between Everton and Crystal Palace.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Fulham and Queens Park Rangers.
A profit warning from Capita, the company which operates the London congestion charge, prompts shares to plunge more than 25%.
Two people are held on suspicion of murder after a three-month-old girl was found "unresponsive" on a bus.
Chelsea Ladies winger Gemma Davison signs a new contract, which will keep her at the club until the summer of 2018.
Crystal Palace striker Jonathan Benteke is out for between three and four months with a knee injury.
Team news as Bristol host reigning champions Saracens in Friday's Premiership fixture at Ashton Gate (19:45 BST).
A biopic of Falklands War veteran Simon Weston is to be made by a London-based company whose recent output includes a drama about Winston Churchill.
A man is give a life sentence, with a minimum term of 20 years, for the murder a 28-year-old stabbed in a west London street.
Badges are being handed out on the London Underground, with the aim of encouraging commuters to start talking with one another.
The most senior lawyer for the independent inquiry into child sexual abuse in England and Wales is suspended over concerns about "aspects" of his team leadership.
Jersey Boys, the hit stage musical that tells the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, is to close in London in 2017.
David Shrigley's "really good" is set to be unveiled as the latest Fourth Plinth commission
The 11th artwork to sit on Trafalgar Square's Fourth Plinth is to be unveiled later.
Tourists continue to flock to the UK after the Brexit vote, but could an exit from the EU have long-term ill-effects on tourism?
The Harry Potter franchise is worth about £4bn to the London's economy, according to the London School of Economics.