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  1. Robbers in Warwick threaten to chop fingersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Warwick Courier

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Armed raiders have been jailed after they targeted staff at a tourist attraction and threatened to hack off one woman's fingers with a machete.

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  2. Double murder suspect found dead in prisonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Redditch Standard

    Leo Barnes from Balsall Heath in Birmingham was standing trial at Wolverhampton Crown Court accused of killing Cynthia Beamond and London man Philip Silverstone on consecutive days in June last year. The 33-year-old, who was being detained at the Tardebigge prison, was due to be cross examined by prosecutors on Friday but did not appear in court after complaining of feeling ill.

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  3. Change of venue for Wordsley lunch clubRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stourbridgenews.co.uk

    THE Lunch Club of Wordsley Townswomen's Guild will meet at The Glassworks, Audnam, Wordsley, on Monday February 2 at 12.30pm - not at The Mount Pleasant, Cot Lane, Kingswinford, as previously stated.

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  4. Police officers who accidentally left foul-mouthed voicemail...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    Fury at Miss Universe result: Audience boos as Colombian takes the crown - but was Jamaican runner-up robbed of title by her Halle Berry hairstyle and tributes to Bob Marley and Usain Bolt? White marine who was attacked by 'racist mob' over Michael Brown's shooting is still struggling to recover from brain injury Police officers who accidentally left foul-mouthed voicemail calling teenage abuse victim a 'f***ing slag' and 'b**ch' could face criminal charges Two police officers could face criminal charges after being accused of calling a teenage abuse victim a 'f****** slag' in a foul-mouthed voicemail.

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  5. Family of murdered pensioner devastated as drug dealer on trial for ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    Family of murdered pensioner devastated as drug dealer on trial for killing two is found dead in his prison cell A drug dealer accused of murdering two pensioners has been found dead in his prison cell in a suspected suicide. Leo Barnes from Balsall Heath, Birmingham, was on trial for the murders of 80-year-old Cynthia Beamond and Philip Silverstone, 67, and was due to be cross-examined over the killings last Friday.

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  6. New Generation Extends Latest PromotionRead the original story

    Yesterday | Emailwire.com

    New Generation Products provides extended pricing rates until February 2, 2015 on its LED bulbs. The product carries the same high quality and energy savings characteristics.

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  7. Police officers could be charged for 'calling alleged domestic...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies The officers are alleged to have made the comments whilst sitting in their patrol car outside the woman's address in Sutton Coldfield.

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  8. Man on trial for murder found dead in cellRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This Is Somerset

    The family of a murdered pensioner have spoken of their "devastation" after the man accused of the killing was found dead in his prison cell. The family of a murdered pensioner have spoken of their "devastation" after the man accused of the killing was found dead in his prison cell.

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  9. West Brom: Ben Foster says working for Tony Pulis is 'brutal but I love it'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcBurton

    Goalkeeper says head coach Tony Pulis is treating his West Bromwich Albion players like kids but 'it's what we needed' Ben Foster has lauded Tony Pulis' tough regime which he describes as 'brutal' with Pulis treating his West Bromwich Albion players like kids. Albion are five games unbeaten under the former Stoke and Crystal Palace boss who managed Foster in the Potteries a decade ago.

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  10. THE double murder suspect accused of killing Halesowen grandmother Cynthia Beamond is dead.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Halesowennews.co.uk

    Leo Barnes was found hanging in his cell at HMP Hewell, Redditch, yesterday morning after complaining not feeling well on Friday - when he had been due to face cross-examination at Wolverhampton Crown Court. Barnes, from Balsall Heath, was standing trial at Wolverhampton Crown Court accused of killing Cynthia Beamond and London man Philip Silverstone on consecutive days in June last year.

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  11. Wakes and fetes were temporary refuges from the mine, the anvil and the furnaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Black Country Bugle

    IMAGES of the Black Country of old seen in recent Bugle articles, have shown vistas of industrial sprawl, chimneys juggling for position on the skyline, a grey, austere world punctuated by the red raw of the furnace fire, a world of work and no play. The Black Countryman has always been a hard working bloke, whether wielding the ommer at the anvil, scrapping at the coal face hundreds of feet below ground for black gold, blowing glass in abnormal degrees of heat, or breaking his back in a hundred and one other occupations.

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  12. A Wolverhampton-built GWR 655 Class pannier tank engine at Stourbridge Junction in the '30sRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Black Country Bugle

    WE return once more to the glory days of steam on the Black Country's railways, this time to Stourbridge Junction, with some photographs that were taken in the 1930s and the 1950s. The pictures come to us from John Taylor of Kidderminster, who was born in and grew up in Stourdbridge and is now a keen collector of all kinds of photos and memorabilia relating to his home town.

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  13. 1962 was end of the line for Chatwin family of SmethwickRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Black Country Bugle

    IN 2011 The Bugle printed a follow-up article describing the Chatwin family celebrating a golden wedding in Bliss Gate, Bewdley, in 1939. Josiah Chatwin was the head of the family and he did his bit by becoming a munitions worker and special constable.

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  14. After a lifetime of writing author's career is flourishingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Evesham Journal

    Most people in their 70s who have lived a busy and active life have either retired or are planning their retirement. With more than 30 historical, romance and horror novels under her belt, she has publishers queuing up, a Hollywood film company has taken an option on her most recent trilogy and some of her work is now being published for the Italian market.

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  15. Bathroom left gutted after tealights cause blazeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcTamworth

    A blaze started by tea light candles caused hundreds of pounds worth of damage at a house in the Black Country. Luckily no-one was hurt but firefighters needed breathing apparatus to fight the flames and battle through thick smoke caused by the blaze.

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  16. History talk on the Earl of Dudley's RailwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Dudleynews.co.uk

    STOURBRIDGE Historical Society's next meeting will feature a talk by Ned Williams on 'The Earl of Dudley's Railway'. Ned, who fell in love with the Black Country when he stopped off to study the area in 1962, has written and published more than 40 books about the area and developed more than a dozen talks.

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  17. Wolves: No bids for Bakary Sako as West Brom target Wolves wingerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcWalsall

    Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Kenny Jackett says there has been no contact for influential winger who scored in Mali's 1-1 draw in the African Cup of Nations at the weekend Kenny Jackett dismissed rumours of a West Bromwich Albion move for Bakary Sako on a day when he badly needed the influential winger's invention. Wolverhampton Wanderers fired a blank as, thousands of miles away, Sako was scoring in Mali's 1-1 draw in the African Cup of Nations.

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    Yesterday | Al Bawaba

    The Extreme Sailing Series and Series Main Partner, Land Rover , are delighted to announce Oman Sail as the winner of the 2014 Land Rover Above and Beyond award. The award was presented to the team or individual who demonstrated the finest examples of skill, sportsmanship and strength of mind at each of the Series' Acts.

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  19. Vote Tory at the General Election? You've got to be kiddingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Mirror.co.uk

    Kevin Maguire says the good news for kids delivering Tory leaflets is they will struggle to win, so the minimum wage is safe David Cameron's dying party has so few members in the marginal West Midlands seat of Halesowen and Rowley Regis - just 72 at the last count - it has signed a deal with a A distribution company to stuff Tory propaganda through letter boxes. His is one of the many Tory ghost local parties unable to muster the foot soldiers who'll ultimately win or lose the contest.

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  20. West Midlands Police: Cops 'called suspected domestic violence...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Mirror.co.uk

    Two police officers could face criminal charges after being accused of calling a suspected domestic violence victim a "f****** slag" and "bitch" in a voicemail message. It was revealed last February that a discussion between officers in a patrol car was unintentionally recorded on the phone of Alex Faragher, aged 20. The officers had arrived at her Sutton Coldfield address last January to take a statement, but rang her phone when they discovered she was not in.

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