News in Britain
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- Agbonlahor steps down as Villa captain
- No bids yet for Wolves' Iorfa - Jackett
- Police face Hillsborough families action
- Manager Lambert to leave Blackburn
- 'David v Goliath' corporate name battles
- Doorman jailed for guest punch death
- Fire breaks out at recycling plant
- Marathon to return to Birmingham
- No crisis, says British Cycling chief
- Birmingham City Ladies 2-1 Doncaster Rovers Belles
BBC Bristol News Feed
- Dismaland memorabilia sells for £10k
- Three sides meet Premiership standards
- Second campaign to 'save man's life'
- Hatley appointed England scrum coach
- Unruly passenger causes flight return
- VIDEO: Attempt to set deadlift world record
- Cat 'hazard' threatens mail delivery
- Moeen hits ton as Worcs draw at Glos
- Somerset secure draw against Surrey
- Artist's maps join national collections
Cornwall Council News feed
- Council strongly opposes Government’s forced academisation plans
- New seven day a week short stay car park opens in Truro
- Opportunity to perform alongside the BBC Concert Orchestra
- Invitation to find out about local matters at the Newquay and St Columb Community Network Panel meeting
- Music Hub Orchestras’ Easter Extravaganza!
- Cornwall Council celebrates the Queen’s 90th birthday by lighting beacon at County Hall
- Consultation begins to help plan future provision of sites for Gypsies, Travellers and Travelling Showpeople in Cornwall
- A39 Stickenbridge drainage and road realignment scheme
- BeachWise partnership launched
- Over 65s community event held at Hayle
BBC Essex News Feed
- 'Radical solution' to 'unsafe' hospital
- 'Essex promotion challengers' - Ripley
- Wynter signs new Colchester deal
- Essex clinch innings win over Northants
- Porter haul has Northants toiling
- Manager Keen leaves Colchester
- Former pupils lodge school abuse claims
- Woman died of 'blunt force trauma'
- O'Sullivan 'wasn't in fit state'
- Hawkins ousts O'Sullivan in decider
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- Firefighters tackle thatch blaze
- Naval officer jailed for sex assault
- Sex abuse Santa hit with 10-year ban
- Pompey keeper Jones to miss season end
- Van driver search after cyclist injured
- Full marathon planned for city
- Man dies in 'chemical incident'
- New college to boost engineering
- Boy, 14, among heroin and crack accused
- 'World first' boat undergoes sea trials
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Town centre £107m revamp approved
- Two more arrests in Koran reader death
- Arrests after two killed in crash
- Sale v Gloucester (Fri)
- What makes Sale so formidable at home?
- Gidley signs new Warrington contract
- Fury 'to leave Britain' after rematch
- Murder charge after fatal stabbing
- Two more guilty of pub shooting murder
- Warrington Wolves v Wigan Warriors (Thur)
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Cyclist died after being hit by bus
- Future of maternity care considered
- 'Not diverse' nursery report withdrawn
- Work on Quadrant development set to start
- Street sign switched in mystery prank
- Buildings up for top architecture prize
- S-Sugar bomber fuselage recreated
- Flume ride safety testing on Steep Hill
- Waterways 'key to county tourism'
- VIDEO: The political week in 60 seconds
Amersham News Views and Information News Feed
- 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
- The Chiltern Camerata – 20th Anniversary Concert – 15th May
- The Chesham Germains Male Voice Choir Annual Charity Concert on Saturday 14th May
- AMCHOR Concert – 14 May – Old Amersham
- Easter Family Fun at Amersham Museum
- The Comedy of Errors. Fast moving Shakespeare comedy staged by Chiltern Shakespeare Company 8-18 June
- One Night Only. An Evening Concert – 12 June
- Amersham Museum opens for the 2016 season
A major search is under way for the crew of a fishing boat which has sunk off the coast of Pembrokeshire.
A driver dies following a collision between two ambulances in Gwynedd.
Peter Kennaugh apologises after tweeting "stop being so self-centred" when Emma Pooley questioned support offered to women cyclists.
A pioneering new treatment is giving is new hope for those with macular degeneration, as Pallab Ghosh reports.
Two men and a woman have been charged in the UK with terror offences as part of a probe launched after the Paris and Brussels attacks.
What's the difference between anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism?
A family from the Vale of Glamorgan are punched and kicked unconscious during a street attack in Thailand.
Home shopping magnate John Mills - one of Labour's biggest donors - quits the cross-party Vote Leave campaign.
A construction worker is killed and another has been injured following an incident on the £1.4bn Queensferry Crossing.
Barry Howard, who was best known for playing Barry Stuart-Hargreaves in BBC sitcom Hi-de-Hi!, dies aged 78.
England's Laura Massaro beats Egyptian sixth seed Omneya Abdel Kawy to reach the squash World Championship semi-finals.
Britons living abroad lose a legal challenge over the right to vote in June's in-out referendum on membership of the European Union.
Tory MP Bernard Jenkin claims David Cameron watered down union reforms to ensure their support the EU referendum, telling MPs "this stinks".
Liverpool's Mamadou Sakho is given a 30-day suspension as Uefa open disciplinary proceedings following a failed drugs test.
Neal Hatley will leave Premiership club Bath to become England scrum coach at the end of the season.
Ken Livingstone is suspended by the Labour Party over comments he made while defending an MP at the centre of an anti-Semitism row.
Families of football fans who died in the Hillsborough disaster are pursuing High Court misconduct action against the South Yorkshire and West Midlands police forces, it emerges.
The UK joins the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank in suspending funding to Mozambique over more than $1bn (£700m) of undisclosed debts.
A passenger plane thought to have been struck as it approached Heathrow airport was probably not hit by a drone after all, the government says.
Some probation staff monitoring offenders in England and Wales are handling more than 70 cases at a time, a report finds.