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 first minister says he hopes to still be in post next week, but urges government to act on protocol.
Irish police investigated claims the man was brought to the building to collect his pension money.
The move, from the end of February, is an "interim" measure due to ongoing recruitment challenges.
RUC officers David Montgomery and Peter Gilgunn were killed in an IRA gun attack in Derry on 27 January 1972
Addiction services report highlights an increase in drug-related deaths in NI over the past decade.
Northern Ireland needs investment in roads, schools, hospitals and housing says executive.
John Traynor, who worked for a drainage company, was fatally injured on Knockagh Road.
The fire victims' families call for rugby bosses to ditch insulation firm Kingspan as a sponsor.
The number of students getting a first class degree has risen by about 50% since 2016/17.
Koulla Yiasouma says Relationship and Sex Education needs a set curriculum like other subjects.
An independent review looked at challenges facing the industry and made several recommendations.
The searches were part of "a proactive nationwide investigation" led by the National Crime Agency.
Health minister says change needed in how social care is organised, funded, commissioned and delivered.
Metro services will return to "more normal levels" from Monday, with Ulsterbus and rail to follow suit.
Derek Hussey accused Doug Beattie of being "dictatorial" in selecting Ian Marshall last year.
The Utility Regulator warns that households and businesses will face gas price hikes of at least 30%.
Sinead Ennis, Jemma Dolan and Emma Sheerin apologise for tweets they posted about 10 years ago.
The total number of deaths linked to the virus reported by the Department of Health is 3,086.
About one in three shifts in some wards at the Royal Jubilee Maternity Hospital were understaffed.
Sir Jeffrey Donaldson says he cannot guarantee if Paul Givan will be first minister next week.