BBC Birmingham News Feeds
- Rory Holden: Walsall forward to miss rest of season after knee surgery
- Adama Traore: Barcelona in talks to sign Wolves winger, ending Spurs hopes of deal
- Face mask rule changes: 'We've got to protect business'
- Percy Shakespeare: Blue plaque unveiled to remember artist
- Galal Yafai: Olympic gold medalist to turn pro after joining Matchroom
- Ambulance service looks to expand stations
- Covid-19: Sites set out for Birmingham memorial gardens
- Erdington by-election: Labour chooses Paulette Hamilton as candidate
- Sam Johnstone: West Brom and England goalkeeper left out over 'internal issue'
- New BBC apprentice hub for creative sector launched in Birmingham
BBC Bristol News Feed
- Miniature Banksy model sells for £1m at auction
- Bristol mental health wards to move to bespoke hospital
- Covid: Small business owners say masks still needed for safety
- Bristol City Council 'petty' over Victoria Park rope swings
- Leon Clarke: Bristol Rovers striker hails medical team after first goal since injury
- Man convicted in Bristol after dad's scaffolding fall death
- Craig Wiltshire death: Nathan Smith cleared of manslaughter
- Bristol space for Black creatives explores racial identity
- Luton Town 2-1 Bristol City: Hatters good form continues with Robins victory
- Scunthorpe United 2-3 Bristol Rovers
BBC Essex News Feed
- Epping Forrest nursery had cot next to live sockets, Ofsted finds
- Rochford: Public inquiry held into second bid at housing development
- Tendring housing plan to provide nearly 9,000 homes passed
- The Olympic rifle shooter who now photographs dogs in mid-air
- The Grays tower block residents who want their old cladding back
- Harry Potter: Manningtree boy sets character quotes world record
- Mark Cavendish: The Tour de France comeback for 'cycling's greatest sprinter'
- Boris Johnson authorised Afghan animal evacuation, leaked email suggests
- Chelmsford parking charge hike will not hit footfall say council
- Coronavirus: Case rates in Essex
BBC Hampshire News Feed
- New Forest animal deaths: Study begins into average speed cameras
- Paultons Cricket Club pavilion in suspected arson attack
- The Hundred: Brave v Fire to open men's competition, Invincibles v Superchargers in women's
- Horndean dog theft: Man arrested after pet snatched from boy
- Hurst Castle: Work continues a year on from wall collapse
- Ben Strevens: Eastleigh manager leaves after three years
- Mum elated as engagement ring found in three-day pond search
- Some Portsmouth children 'never seen by dentist' due to NHS shortages
- Campaign to save skate park at Winchester River Park
- Basingstoke attack victim 'always brightened the room', family says
BBC Manchester News Feeds
- Amad Diallo: Manchester United's £19m winger to join Rangers on six-month loan
- Leigh double shooting: Two men in hospital with gunshot wounds
- Northwich house fire: Woman and teenagers rescued by firefighters
- Footballer beat cancer to become fashion influencer
- Dylan Scanlon: Death of Oldham boy, 5, is focus of review
- Covid: Some measures to remain in Manchester, council says
- Parklife: 'Huge' ticket demand as 50 Cent and Tyler, the Creator top bill
- Human bones found at former Bolton nature reserve
- M66 police chase: Dangerous Blackburn driver clocked at 100mph
- Jesse Lingard: Newcastle may walk away from deal for Manchester United midfielder
BBC Lincolnshire News Feed
- Ted Vines: Coroner opens inquest into young footballer's death
- Daniel Boulton trial: Accused was on 'autopilot'
- Biscathorpe: Egdon Resources to appeal against oil drill plan refusal
- Gainsborough MP Sir Edward Leigh reveals abuse over skin condition
- Horse kick video: Former teacher charged with animal cruelty
- Boston murder: Victim's mother says couple would 'bicker'
- Daniel Boulton trial: Murder accused encouraged police to shoot him
- Weston in Spalding fire: Woman found dead after house blaze
- Ben House: Lincoln City sign Eastleigh striker for undisclosed fee
- Stubton Hall School: Ex-pupils to sue council for damages over abuse
The Prince of Wales, who commissioned them, says they are a "permanent reminder" of the genocide.
Jonathan Joseph returns to make his 150th appearance for Bath against Harlequins, who welcome back Danny Care.
NHS staff explain why they have chosen not to have a Covid vaccine as the mandatory deadline looms.
The two victims suffered minor injuries during the attack which police are treating as a hate crime.
The Met Police says it is working to establish the circumstances which led up to the blaze.
Olympic champion Tom Dean says he has "an opportunity to make history" by becoming the first man to retain the 200m freestyle title.
The legal measures are dropped but some shoppers and commuters will still be asked to wear face coverings.
Nottingham Forest turn down an offer, thought to be about £18m, from Brentford for Wales forward Brennan Johnson.
The driver releases a statement via lawyers saying he "tried to assist in the defence" of the woman.
Free hot drinks and other perks are on offer as train bosses try to get passenger numbers back on track.
The fire victims' families call for rugby bosses to ditch insulation firm Kingspan as a sponsor.
Britain's Joe Salisbury and partner Rajeev Ram lose 6-3 7-6 (11-9) in the semi-finals of the Australian Open.
The 72-year-old man was carrying the collection in his wallet when he was robbed in north London.
The refurbishment of Fairfield Halls went over budget and no written contracts could be found.
Goals from Bethany England and Erin Cuthbert send Chelsea back to second in the Women's Super League table with victory against West Ham.
Yasmin Chkaifi told a friend she feared being murdered by Leon McCaskre, who killed her on Monday.
A woman who won an apology from police tells the BBC she felt like she had been on trial for eight years.
Tottenham Hotspur loan winger Jack Clarke to League One side Sunderland for the remainder of the season.
Harlequins and former England scrum-half Danny Care signs a new contract with the reigning Premiership champions.
Foreign Secretary Liz Truss urges a "change in culture" as Boris Johnson faces more questions.