BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- Wolves 'close, but not close enough'
- Men accused of funding Brussels suspect
- Watford v Aston Villa
- West Bromwich Albion v West Ham United
- Nottingham Forest v Wolves
- Woman dies in Birmingham house fire
- Van Gerwen joins Taylor in play-offs
- Serial sex attacker jailed for 18 years
- Three charged in UK terror inquiry
- Birmingham City v Middlesbrough
BBC Bristol News Feed
- Cancer man hits £400k treatment target
- 'Wolf in sheep's clothing' rapist jailed
- Northampton v Bath (Sat)
- Becky Watts garden work starts
- Canal crash pair 'drowned in vehicle'
- Tech coaching boost for entrepreneurs
- Bristol City v Huddersfield Town
- Anger after girl died during torchlit op
- Dismaland memorabilia sells for £10k
- Three sides meet Premiership standards
Cornwall Council News feed
- Scarletts Well cycle improvements begin
- 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
BBC Essex News Feed
- Teen inspired by serial killers detained
- Wright surprised by Keen Colchester exit
- Teen faces £2k bill for mum's funeral
- The PE teacher on verge of Football League
- Fashion exec faces no action over death
- '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
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- New chief appointed to under-fire trust
- Expenses fraud MEP jailed for four years
- Southampton v Manchester City
- The Pompey boy who won the cup for Saints
- Cook retains automatic promotion hope
- Prison worker admits texting inmate
- Chairman of under-fire NHS trust resigns
- Emergency department told to improve
- Jeweller 'chases off' knifeman in raid
- Firefighters tackle thatch blaze
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Police chief to stand down over criticism
- 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
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 new chairman is to be appointed at the scandal-hit trust where a teenager drowned in the bath.
A former South East MEP who dishonestly claimed almost £100,000 in expenses with a "sustained pattern of stealing" is jailed for four years.
Oxford United striker James Roberts hopes to finish off an "awful" year with automatic promotion from League Two.
The family of one of the three workers missing in the Didcot Power Station collapse say they will fight the decision to bring down the rest of the building with explosives.
A genetic therapy improves the vision of some patients who would otherwise have gone blind, Oxford researchers discover.
The chairman of a health trust under fire for not properly investigating the unexpected deaths of patients resigns.
A 19-year-old woman killed after a car hit her on a main road in Oxfordshire had just got out of a vehicle following an argument with her boyfriend, an inquest hears.
Reported crime in the Thames Valley police region has risen by 7.2% since last year, according to the latest figures.
Two lanes of traffic are opening "at the end of this week" through extensive roadworks that have caused delays in north Oxford since mid-April.
Plans to raise part of a railway line in Oxford will increase the flooding risk to 19 nearby homes, a council admits.
Walls where graffiti is allowed are being piloted in Oxford in a bid to reduce vandalism in the city.
Want an excuse to get that old guitar out of the loft? How about cleaning the banjo strings and tuning it up again? Or maybe it's time to have another go on those dusty drums?
A man is charged with wounding after a woman in her 70s was found stabbed at a house in Oxfordshire, police say.
An NHS trust knew of failings at a care unit 10 months before a teenager drowned in a bath there, the BBC learns.
A man is arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a woman in her 70s was stabbed at a house in Oxfordshire, police say.
Rural businesses in Oxfordshire are being encouraged to apply for a slice of European funding.
Jess Varnish says she spoke out against British Cycling chief Shane Sutton in the hope of changing attitudes at the organisation.
A statue of Shakespeare, cast at a foundry in Cropredy, is yet to find a home after being deemed distracting for motorists in Stratford-upon-Avon.
A red kite, one of the UK's most highly protected birds of prey, is found dead and two more left riddled with shotgun pellets.
A woman is taken to hospital with "life-threatening" injuries after an alleged assaulted in Chipping Norton.