BBC Essex News Feed
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
BBC News - Essex
Updated: 3 hours 22 min ago
Scribbles Day Nursery says the baby room was shut for cleaning at the time of the inspection.
A developer is appealing the council's rejection of plans for 662 homes near Rochford, Essex.
The plan is "not a magic wand" that would prevent objections to planning applications in the future, says council leader.
An Olympic rifle shooter is putting his quick reactions to a different use as a dog photographer.
"It is a damp, cold hellhole," says one resident of the tower blocks where cladding was removed.
Eli Chmelik, 11, identifies the most Harry Potter characters from their film quotes in a minute.
Mark Cavendish's enthralling comeback at last summer's Tour de France brought him level with a cycling legend. Will he be back this year?
Boris Johnson has previously dismissed as "nonsense" claims he intervened to help an animal charity.
A council announced an increase of 50p for stays of more than two hours this year.
The latest number of cases of Covid-19 across Essex.
The food poverty campaigner had complained that official figures failed to reflect price rises for the poorest.
One resident says cards are still being delivered to her home in "dribs and drabs".
Essex spin bowler Simon Harmer is named in South Africa's Test squad for next month's tour to New Zealand.
Sophie Hitchen, who had alopecia, says she wants to offer support to others with the condition.
An 87th-minute strike from Harry Cardwell earns Southend a draw against Aldershot.
A businesswoman complains over alleged references to "ethnic" food business by council officer.
The owner of the Banksy mural in Port Talbot wants to move it to Ipswich.
Olusogo Ajewole boasted in his music about getting young people to sell drugs for him.
A women's running club talks about safety in the wake of high profile murders such as Sarah Everard.
St Clare's Hospice is encouraging other healthcare workers to consider a move into palliative care.