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
- WW2 bomb blown up after evacuation in Portsmouth
- Leicester City v Southampton
- 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
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City
- Manchester United v Stoke City
- Sam Barlow sentenced for anti-doping official assault
- Premiership: Sale Sharks v Leicester Tigers
- England call up Sale's Beaumont
- Kyle Hand murder: Jovan Martin jailed for life
- Brentford v Wigan Athletic
- Grand Final: Warrington coach Tony Smith praises semi-final attitude
- Supermarkets 'use bread for marketing'
- Gareth Southgate says Wayne Rooney will continue as England captain
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Martin 'Wolfie' Adams: BDO darts legend has prostate cancer
- Donington Co-op ram-raid shop replaced with pop-up
- 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
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 car used by two men who abducted and raped a 14-year-old girl on her way to school could provide the "key" to catching them, police say.
The Blavatnik School of Government has been shortlisted for Riba's prestigious Stirling Prize, 2016.
Nineteen people, including at least two children, are being investigated by the Home Office after they were removed from the back of a Bulgarian lorry near Bicester Village.
A teenage girl who was abducted while walking to school was raped by "more than one man", police say.
People speak of their shock in Cavendish Drive where a teenage girl pleaded for help after being abducted and sexually assaulted.
A teenage girl walking to school is abducted by two men and subjected to a serious sexual assault.
Bloxham villagers have an important date for their diaries as Cherwell District Council gives notice of a referendum on the parish's Neighbourhood Plan.
The Phase 1 demolition to separate the main car park from the east stair tower will be complete by Friday, 30 September.
A 10th of children have a "monkey-like" immune system that stops them developing Aids, researchers say.
There will be ballroom and Latin American dance in celebration of Older People's Day during an Information Fair in Kidlington on Wednesday, 12 October.
The death of a baby boy killed when his father squeezed his chest and shook him could not have been predicted by social workers, a report finds.
There will a sing-along, tea-dance and a seated Zumba session when Banbury celebrates Older People's Day next week.
A lawyer who commuted by train for two years without paying has been disbarred.
There will be free activities, refreshments and advice during the Bicester Information Fair, part of Cherwell's celebration of Older People's Day.
Angry Oxford United boss Michael Appleton was left bemoaning another "horrendous" penalty after defeat by Southend.
Three men from England are fined after a pub brawl which broke out in a south of Scotland pub after allegations of cheating in a game of pool.
Anthony Wordsworth's second-half penalty secures Southend a 2-1 win against Oxford United.
One of the UK's largest rooftop solar schemes is unveiled in Oxfordshire.
The funeral of a demolition worker killed in the partial collapse of Didcot A Power Station is due to take place later.
Plans to build thousands of homes to deal with Oxford's housing crisis are rejected by a district council leader.