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59 min ago | Black Country Bugle
THOSE high, swept-back hairstyles place this picture firmly in the middle of the 1950s, but do you recognise the team? They were Malt Mill United, pictured in 1955, based in Blackheath and named after the Malt Mill pub.
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More than 70 members of the Bishop Auckland Theatre Hooligans at King James I Academy showcased 20 different contemporary and Jamaican-inspired dances.
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Five dog finalists in Green Park, London at a photocall for the Crufts 2014. As this year's finalists line-up to do their owners proud, they'll be hoping to emulate some of their doggy ancestors at the show.
The 20-strong group will sing a hymn and two contemporary songs during the service at St Philip's Cathedral, Birmingham.
A special day in November 1978 when Gordon Tilsley, with his sons, John, left, and Andrew, was at Buckingham Palace to be made an OBE by the Queen.
AN ASPIRING rapper who almost lost his life after a brutal attack in Halesowen in 2012 is finally having an operation to remove a giant dent in his head after an agonising 18 month wait.
Andy Baugh and Nicole Richardson, from Npower, with energy maker Harlie Oliver, aged eight, and other pupils Harrison Baugh, aged six, Izabelle Powell, aged nine, and Jacob Weston, aged six.
Birmingham City Football Club owner Carson Yeung has been jailed for six years by a Hong Kong court for money laundering.
You're not going to eat all of that sandwich, are you? A boxer watches its owner devour lunch on the first day of the prestigious Crufts dog show in Birmingham, England.
At the meeting are, from the left, Sandwell Councillor Bob Price; Freda Scott; Councillor Julie Webb; Councillor Ann Shackleton and Joe Gill the three brothers' nephew THREE brave forgotten Black Country brothers may be honoured at last - in time for the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the Great War.
Said to be the largest show of its kind in the world, the annual four-day event, features thousands of dogs, with competitors travelling from countries across the globe to take part.
The author from Withymoor, whose first book Torn was published in 2012, looks set for further success with his second offering Taken - which hits the book stores today to coincide with World Book Day.
Student Zain Hussain, 18, from Woodall Road in Aston and Mohammed Hussain, 19, from Holte Road in Aston, are accused of fraud and handling stolen goods.
The study also found that while weight loss apps provided helpful advice and resources, they were not as effective in preventing relapses and keeping people motivated.
MORE than a thousand cannabis plants have been seized in Brierley Hill after cops received a tip-off about suspicious goings on and pungent smells.