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12 min ago | Your Leek Paper
The Electronic Cigarette shop will be opening up in the former Rabbit Rescue Charity Shop on the corner of Sheepmarket and St Edward Street.
Should polygamy be legal among consenting adults?
How much do you know about Islam?
4 hrs ago | Stourbridgenews.co.uk
The 36-year-old artist's Don't Look at That, Look at This! exhibition will be held at the NAC's new gallery space in Northfield Road from 7pm onwards.
8 hrs ago | BBC News
Wesley Williams, 29, killed Yvonne Walsh, 25, and seven-month-old Harrison Walsh at their home in Chells Grove, Billesley, West Midlands, some time between 31 May and 2 June.
10 hrs ago | Stourbridgenews.co.uk
HEARTED businessman Geoff Hill has again donated A 1,000 towards this year's Operation Santa Toy Appeal to help underprivileged kids across the borough.
A REVISED timetable for London Midland trains will give Hartlebury passengers their most frequent rail service in nearly 50 years.
When police officers went to the home of Sylvester Dennis, aged 53, they found the controlled drug was being cultivated inside two tents in a bedroom.
TWO talented siblings beat thousands of entrants to be crowned winners of the Bury Times and Radcliffe Times Christmas card competition.
Dozy Christopher Kimberley decided to hit the town with pals in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs, and managed to empty his bank account buying drinks.
POLICE will be teaming up with partner organisations to try and deter drink-related incidents in Kinver and across South Staffordshire in the run up to Christmas.
The festive spirit was alive and well in Stourbridge as more than 600 Santas took part in the 5k sponsored jog in aid of Mary Stevens Hospice.
A FORMER Shuttle reporter who is now based in South Africa has paid tribute to Nelson Mandela, saying he was proud the anti-apartheid icon knew his name.
VISITORS to Leek were able to browse through and buy unique, original arts and crafts at a two-day fair at the weekend.
A further 1,000 jobs will have to go at Birmingham City Council because of budget cuts, its leader has said.
The 44-year-old was held after posting: "My PC takes so long to shut down I've decided to call it Nelson Mandela."
Luke David Hinton, aged 26, of Compton Court, Netherton, was sent to prison for four weeks for stealing four Skylanders, worth A 89.96, from Game, Brierley Hill on December 1. Mark Anthony Peach, aged 32, of Thornhill Road, Quarry Bank, was disqualified from driving for 24 months and given a 12 week community order for drink driving in Brierley ... (more)
SCHOOL choirs gave patients, visitors and staff a warm welcome as they performed in the main entrance of Russells Hall Hospital on Friday .
THE work of a Sedgley photographer who helped launch the career of international star Goldie has made it to Moscow.