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3 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk
Sunday People political editor Nigel Nelson sees Elvis brought back to life as Nick Clegg is told: "You ain't nothin' but a lapdog" You might think the Prime Minister has enough troubles at home.
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7 hrs ago | Dudleynews.co.uk
A BRIERLEY Hill man who has spent months complaining about the pothole-ridden road he lives on, has welcomed news that the council will be resurfacing it this week.
11 hrs ago | Stourbridgenews.co.uk
Buy this photo Sponsor Geoff Hill with Lee Smart from Geoff Hill LTD and Jane Chapman from Living Springs with sponsor Dave Willis from Barclays.
14 hrs ago | Malvern Gazette
Front to back, left to right: Stroke Association volunteers Teri James and Tony James with Sophie James, the association's community and events fund-raising manager, Amanda Hopkins, area manager of Got 2 Sing, and Beth Dunn, founder and director of Go More than 100 Got 2 Sing choristers from Worcester, Bewdley, Stourbridge, Wombourne and ... (more)
15 hrs ago | Stourbridgenews.co.uk
A 23-YEAR-OLD Pensnett postman who failed to deliver a number of letters and packages because he was feeling depressed after a relationship breakdown, has been locked up for three months.
18 hrs ago | New York Daily News
Bungling bosses at the Birmingham City Council in England have been mistakenly promoting a wedding fair in the Alabama city with the same name.
21 hrs ago | Dudleynews.co.uk
HUNDREDS of anxious phone calls are made on a daily basis to the NHS non-emergency telephone service, which is now run by West Midlands Ambulance Service.
23 hrs ago | Black Country Bugle
The Tudor building was much added to in the 17th and 19th centuries but some of the original timber framing survives in the east wing WE are indebted to Dave Westwood of Rowley Regis for kindly loaning to the Bugle his collection of Black Country photographs that he took in the late 1970s and early '80s.
The controversial mockumentary that caused a storm last year is ready for round two as it moves from Birmingham to Merseyside.
County councillor Roz Smith with Andy Spooner and his son Finley, three at the entrance to the outdoor education centre, with the incorrectly spelled sign More than 500 people from across Oxford have signed a petition asking owners Birmingham City Council - which has put up a misspelt sign at the centre's entrance - to keep its outdoor learning ... (more)
The NHS 111 service run by West Midlands Ambulance Service took over from NHS Direct in November last year and last week announced it had answered its 250,000th call, with 97 per cent of these answered within 60 seconds, beating the national average of 95 per cent.
A MAN has been arrested and bailed pending further enquiries after a man was found unconscious on the road outside the Miners Arms pub, in Coundon, Bishop Auckland at about 3.20am on Sunday, March 2. REFEREE TALK: Former FIFA and Premier League referee Keith Hackett will be the guest speaker at the Bishop Auckland Referees' Association on Thursday, ... (more)
A STOURBRIDGE teenager has cooked his way to success as he took the culinary crown in the district heat of the Rotary Young Chef competition.
Choose from 16 top ten hits by the Electric Light Orchestra as Birmingham prepares to honour Jeff Lynne with a Broad Street Star.
A TEENAGER was injured after being hit by a car outside Albert Bradbeer Primary School, Longbridge Lane, about 5.05pm on Monday evening .
Burma Star and Victoria Cross among medals stolen from granddaughter of man who served in the Royal Engineers in World War II Thieves stole two boxes of ornaments, a crystal rose vase and ten medals, which included the Burma Star, Victoria Cross and the Queens Gallantry Medal.
If you drop food you should throw it away because it will be covered in bacteria! A recent study proved that anything that's touched the floor for any period of time is immediately covered in germs and bacteria and should be tossed.