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BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- Walsall 2-1 Millwall
- Maidstone United 2-4 Solihull Moors
- Sir Bobby Charlton unveils Duncan Edwards plaque in Dudley
- Kings Norton road closed by chemical tank leak
- Marcus Bignot: Solihull Moors manager keen to sign contract at Damson Park
- Birmingham 'ready' to host 2026 Commonwealth Games
- Recordo Gordon: Warwickshire release fast bowler after five years at Edgbaston
- Birmingham City v Blackburn Rovers
- Wolves v Norwich City
- Women's Continental Cup final: Manchester City Women v Birmingham City Ladies
BBC Bristol News Feed
- Northampton Town 2-3 Bristol Rovers
- Premiership: Gloucester 6-15 Bath
- Bristol child sex abuser, 81, jailed for 16 years
- Paul Grant: Bath sign Kiwi number eight from Otago
- Thousands back petition against Bristol crisis line changes
- Get Inspired: Ben Smith's 401 marathons challenge nears finish
- Jack Ellis suicide: Family learn of care 'failings'
- Andalusia Academy Muslim school: Ofsted says 'pupils not safe'
- Bristol Uni scientists create radiation detector using diamonds
- Bristol City v Nottingham Forest
Cornwall Council News feed
- From Tokyo to Cornwall – relaying Cornwall’s Olympic Torch success to Japanese delegation
- 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
BBC Essex News Feed
- Unclaimed £8.1m lottery ticket bought in Essex
- Man dies and two hurt in dive accident
- Oliver Muldoon: Charlton Athletic midfielder joins Braintree Town
- Pilot reunited with plane he flew during World War Two
- 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
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- Police revisit scene of fatal Gosport assault
- York City v Aldershot Town
- Woking v Eastleigh
- Portsmouth v Doncaster Rovers
- Southern Health NHS Trust: Talent Works Ltd to pull out of contract
- 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
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Macclesfield Town v North Ferriby United
- Oldham Athletic v Milton Keynes Dons
- Charlton Athletic v Rochdale
- Bury v Scunthorpe United
- Bolton Wanderers v Oxford United
- Elite League final: Belle Vue Aces look to end 23-year wait
- Bolton robbery: Cash-in-transit drivers attacked with crowbar and sledgehammer
- Six people arrested in £15m tax fraud probe
- Steven Chadwick death: Man charged with murder
- Ivan Klasnic: Ex-Bolton Wanderers striker 'critically ill' after kidney transplant
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Lincoln City v Braintree Town
- 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
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
Cherwell District Council News Releases
Updated: 1 hour 14 min ago
Plans for Bicester's out of town retail park have been dismissed at appeal after a Government planning inspector agreed it would cause significant traffic congestion and have an adverse effect on future development.
More than 900 bookings were taken during the first two weeks of Cherwell District Council's holiday hubs leading to an increase in places being made available.
A Homeless Pocket Guide that lists the help, support and services available to rough sleepers has had more than 250 copies distributed since it was first printed two months ago.
A new development in Kidlington is set to provide regeneration and housing in the village centre.
A group of bungalows at former RAF Upper Heyford is set to be replaced with new houses which reflect the character and heritage of the surrounding area.
Two former RAF buildings at Upper Heyford are set to be demolished and replaced with new homes.
A report has been submitted to Central Government recommending that plans for 1,000 homes and supporting facilities be approved for development on land adjoining Salt Way in Banbury.
A Hornton farmer will be able to launch a new venture, having been granted permission to build three new buildings.
A gliding club is firming up its plans for the future thanks to the granting of a planning permission.
Up to 280 new homes will be built on land outlined for development within Cherwell District Council's adopted Local Plan.
The summer surge in electronics recycling comes to Kidlington this Saturday as the council's green team makes the second stop on its roadshow tour.
Visitors to Kidlington can relish in chutneys and find cheese to please with the return of a special Fine Foods Market.
Bicester's housing and commercial development topped £150 million during the 2014/ 2015 year according to the latest figures released by Cherwell District Council.
Residents and employers are being encouraged to step up a gear and take part in Cycle to Work Day.
A wealth of employment opportunities will be advertised this September as local agencies and businesses come together for Banbury and Bicester job fairs.
Employers looking to fill vacancies after the summer break are being encouraged to promote them for free at Banbury and Bicester job fairs.
Entrepreneurs looking to boost their Bicester business can tap into expert knowledge at a Retail Success Course taking place on 7 September.
The soaring popularity of the summer activity hubs has resulted in additional staff being hired in order to offer children extra places.
Children and families withstood a rainy start before the sun came out on a record-breaking Banbury Play Day, yesterday (Wednesday).
The innovative approach to home-building taken by the council has once again received the recognition of the prestigious Build It Awards.