BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- Scottish youth football body reviews header guidelines
- Smethwick mural: Alice's Adventures in the West Midlands
- 'Funding terrorism' suspect held at Birmingham Airport
- Rob Edwards: Wolves interim head coach excited by 'second debut' at Blackburn
- Battersea Dogs Home's 'loneliest' resident adopted
- UK's national sperm bank stops recruiting donors
- Scott Laird: Walsall loan move has 'reignited fire' for Scunthorpe left-back
- Families of Birmingham pub bomb victims granted legal aid
- Birmingham prison staff fears over inmate drug use
- Former undercover officer paid £15k to informant
BBC Bristol News Feed
- Sean Turner case: Heart death boy 'not given best chance'
- Trump through to semi-finals in China
- 'I can't imagine being a doctor for five more years'
- David Payne: Gloucestershire seamer extends contract to 2019
- King's favourite fish to make come-back in River Severn project
- Police horse Redland retires after 13 years of service
- Wiltshire glassblowers create roundels for Bristol sculpture
- Theatre director Howard Davies dies aged 71
- Tom Dunn: Bath Rugby hooker signs undisclosed contract extension
- Schoolboy table tennis star's Olympic dreams
Cornwall Council News feed
- Planning matters on the agenda for the China Clay Community Network Panel meeting
- Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety Service receive positive praise from operational assessment
- £12m Kresen Kernow scheme awarded to Midas Construction
- Invitation to get involved in the Heritage Lottery Funded Luxulyan Valley Restoration Project
- Planning on the agenda for the West Penwith Community Network Panel meeting
- Cornwall Council begins public talks on how to tackle traffic and parking issues in seven towns
- Mary celebrates extra special 100th birthday at Wyndhurst Orchard, Wadebridge
- Caradon Community Network Panel to discuss policing and young people
- Have fun this Halloween – dress children safely
- Have fun this Halloween – dress children safely (1)
BBC Essex News Feed
- Horse burnt by sky lantern in Brentwood 'making recovery'
- Royal Engineers soldier shot in eye 'lucky to be alive'
- Holt beaten by Bingham in China
- Holt beats O'Sullivan in China
- Braintree Town - the club who have had eight goalkeepers this season
- Woking 2-3 Braintree Town
- International Championship: Ronnie O'Sullivan beats Kurt Maflin to reach last 16
- On-the-run fraudster Norman Fowler arrested in Spain
- Essex girls rise to delete term from dictionary
- Ronnie O'Sullivan says he is 'not good enough' to compete with world's best
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- Southampton v Chelsea
- Visitor centre on stilts planned for Lepe Country Park
- Firework thrown at man in homophobic attack in Southampton
- Government 'would support' renewed Dibden Bay scheme
- Bridge fall death a 'wake-up call' for Southern Health
- Gosport Borough: National League South club served with winding-up petition
- Guildford Four: Gerry Conlon's sister calls for files to be released
- Southampton to face Arsenal away in EFL Cup
- MPs demand action on 'dangerous' A34
- Bridge death: Care worker 'tried several doctors'
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Cardiff City v Wigan Athletic
- Man Utd v Burnley
- West Bromwich Albion v Manchester City
- FA Cup Twitter account feeling 'sad' after Manchester United leave trophy out of photo
- Wendy house 'breaches planning regulations'
- Wigan chief scout Malcolm Crosby & goalkeeping coach Mike Pollitt leave
- Greater Manchester Police in modern day slavery arrests
- Terry Flanagan to defend WBO world lightweight title against Orlando Cruz
- Liverpool: Sir Alex Ferguson says Jurgen Klopp's side are serious title contenders
- Young Sale Sharks fan gets VIP invite to Toulon
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Sea King helicopter transformed into glamping pod
- Spalding shootings: Man's killing of wife and daughter 'calculated'
- RAF Sentinel aircraft 'immune from ground targeting'
- £131m RAF Sentinel aircraft deal secures 160 jobs
- Lincolnshire elected mayor deal plan unclear after final council vote
- Spalding death man named as Remigijus Muliuolis
- Council to rip up 'crazy paving' in Grimsby
- Nick Boles MP reveals cancer diagnosis
- Lincoln City v Boreham Wood
- The police force looking for a leader
Amersham News Views and Information News Feed
- Chiltern Humanists host “My Death, My Decision” A talk by Phil Cheatle 8 November
- 2nd Amersham Common Scout Group Jumble Sale – Amersham – 15 October
- Autumn Craft Fair for Christian Aid – Amersham – 29 October
- Sew Much Fun Workshops – Amersham – 25 October
- 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
Plans to expand a marina in north Oxfordshire are approved.
A decision to register a meadow as a village green where people can "hang out" and "chill" is upheld by the High Court.
The joint chief executive of Cherwell District and South Northamptonshire Councils has announced she will step down from her post in March next year.
With the clocks due to go back one hour this weekend, Cherwell District Council is reminding people of the services available to help the homeless during the colder winter months.
Oxford sees rough sleeper numbers rise from 11 in 2010 to 39 last year.
Proposals to close centres providing services for older and disabled people in Oxfordshire are announced.
MPs are demanding action on a road where five people died in one month, claiming it is "dangerous" and "no longer fit for purpose".
Potential witnesses who could have information about a rape in an Oxfordshire park are being urged to come forward.
As the nights draw in over autumn many of us are looking forward to the colour and revelry that come with Halloween.
Detectives investigating the rape and abduction of a 14-year-old girl in Oxford, say a month on no CCTV footage of the suspects has been found.
An indie band from Oxford who called themselves Stornoway because they liked the name are splitting up 10 years after the group was formed.
The organiser of a major musical festival in Oxfordshire announces next year's event will be the last.
British actor Hugh Laurie is honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
An NHS trust criticised for failing to properly investigate hundreds of deaths must improve the way it deals with patients' families, a report finds.
Doctors who spend 30 seconds telling patients they need to lose weight can have a dramatic impact, a study shows.
A man gets life for murdering a book dealer over a £50k first edition of The Wind in the Willows.
Young people and anyone considering a career change can meet employers from a range of sectors at Thursday's Bicester Skills and Careers Fair.
The winners of the by-elections prompted by Jo Cox's death and David Cameron's resignation take their places in the Commons.
City of Oxford College pays tribute to drama teacher Stephen Piper, who died in a car crash in the city on Saturday morning.
Michael Appleton feels Oxford are due "five or six penalties" after seeing a fourth awarded against them this season.