West Bromwich mates on the bender to beat them all will hit milestone in Lichfield...
Family of tragic Donna Kirkland said: 'She had so much to give...
WARWICKSHIRE Police are appealing for witnesses after a police dog unit vehicle was forced off the road, in Kingsbury.
As Edwina Curry goes into the jungle for I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! we ask: Just why do Brummies do so badly on reality TV shows...
FOUR youths ran off when they were disturbed attempting to break into a house in Cherry Orchard, Lichfield yesterday (November 20).
A major health promotion body is told not to interfere in a tussle between Stoke-on-Trent and Cheshire East councils about which should get an HS2 link.
POLICE and environmental officers will be staging another joint operationfocusing on scrap metal collectors inLichfield and Burntwood.
A visualisation from the Office of national statistics allows people across the UK to explore the best and worst parts of the country in terms of impact of life expectancy.
STAFFORDSHIRE Police have been praised by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) following the inspection of the force’s crime recording procedures.
TAMWORTH goes under the spotlight next week as borough councillors from different political groups take part in the annual ‘State of Tamworth Debate’.
COUNCIL tenants in Tamworth are being reminded to make sure they pay their rent on time over the Christmas period.
TWO tortoises vanished on the same night in Burntwood, leaving their owners fearful the animals have been stolen.
TICKETS are still available for this weekend’s Castle By Candlelight event – which is back by popular demand.
WILDLIFE at a Tamworth Local Nature Reserve (LNR) got a helping hand as residents and helpers got their hands dirty at a special volunteering event.
Young people across the UK spend the first two days of the working week paying for their rent, according to a survey by the TUC and Generation Rent.
Pupils from schools throughout Tamworth have created their own artistic tribute to those who died in the First World War by taking part in the innovative Flags of Freedom project, developed by Tamworth Borough Council and the Royal British Legion.
Carlos Paulo Martins Carneiro (born 27 December 1975 in Paços de Ferreira) is a Portuguese retired footballer who played as a striker.
Gábor Bukrán (born 16 November 1975 in Eger) is a Hungarian professional footballer who plays in Belgium for Union Royale Namur.
Evandro Brandão Evandro Elmer de Carvalho Brandão (born 7 May 1991) is a Portuguese footballer who plays as a striker for C.
At 12:50am, Sunday 10th August 2014, there was a hit and run incident in Brownhills West, in which a white van hit two men on the pavement - it caused quite a stir locally as many readers will no doubt recall.
Bertrand Bossu (born 14 October 1980) is a French footballer who plays as a goalkeeper who played for Isthmian League Division One North club Harlow Town.
Gijsbert Bos (born 22 March 1973 in Spakenburg, Netherlands), is a footballer who played in the Football League, at Rotherham United (18) Gateshead (10) Lincoln City (34) and Walsall (0) Gijsbert Bos Senior career Years...
Walsall MBC Appeal for help to find pensioner’s family Last updated: 21/11/2014 14:40:26 An appeal has been launched to find the relatives of a Walsall pensioner who died recently.
Sir Robert Peel Hospital Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust announced at tonight’s meeting of Tamworth Borough Council’s Healthier Safer scrutiny committee it is recommending to its Board that the day case theatre at the Sir Robert Peel ...
This is the last Sunday of the church's liturgical year - next week a new year begins (we have three A, B and C) with Advent - the old year ending with a Sunday taken up with Christ the King .
WILLIAM TELL Hippodrome, Birmingham, Saturday 22 nd November, 2014 Rossini’s final opera is a more serious affair than his other works, like The Barber of Seville or The Journey to Rheims .
Some Early Lines Old Railway Companies Ashby Nuneaton Joint Railway The Ashby Nuneaton Joint Railway was the only joint MR/LNWR project.
The Lancaster Building in Newcastle under Lyme, was built, in the late 1930s, right in the middle of the town, as an expression of local pride and to indicate the town's modernism.
The Law Of The Wild says kill ONLY when you are hungry.
Railways in Preservation in the 1980s 1990s Churnet Valley Railway, December 1993 Super D Consall 2005 Knotty Unveils 3- Stage Plan Churnet Valley Railway, at the dawn of turning a 20-year dream into reality in North Staffordshire, have revealed ...
I personally think it is abundantly clear that we should be held accountable if wish to express ‘Freedom of Speech’..
Today is the 40-year anniversary of two pub bombings in 1974, which killed 21 people and injured 182, that led to the charges and unjust life sentences of the Birmingham Six .
Brownhills Christmas market: it’s on – and an appeal for help! .
Canal News – 21-11-2014, Gloucester Quays Victorian Christmas Market, Chesterfield Canal Santa CruisesChasewater Stuff's Blog 21 Nov
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When it comes to looking at the most popular toys this Christmas, it is safe to say that products from the Disney Store will be right there at the top of the list.
The gorgeous PANDORA store in Birmingham’s Bullring was host to a very special, invitation only party this week.
Smith Looks To Continue Derby Form As Tamworth Come to Town … Hednesford Town boss Rob Smith has given a small insight into how he ensures his Pitmen sides are ready for big local derbies as Tamworth prepare to travel the short distance...
4,230 football kits have been delivered to FA Charter Standard clubs across the country as part of the new McDonalds sponsorship programme supporting The FA as their official Community Partner.
Wyrley Juniors Football Club are reaping benefits from volunteers within the Football Futures programme.
We have received a shipment of Football Manager 2015 PC games from SEGA.
Earlier this week the draw for the Third Qualifying Round of the FA Trophy was made with ourselves being handed a tie at AFC Fylde on Saturday 29th November 2014.
The match at Keys Park on Saturday against Tamworth FC will be segregated, with the visiting supporters having the ‘Hednesford End’ of the ground, including the 300 seats behind the goal and access to Strikers Bar.
Oli-rich state has Birmingham in its sights with Royal Family of Qatar said to be planning a massive investment in city Curzon Street HS2 station...
BUSINESS leaders in Birmingham have welcomed reports suggesting the Qatari royal family may invest in the HS2 high-speed rail project in Birmingham.
RECRUITMENT firm Direct Workforce has branched out into larger offices in Cannock.
A £40m new motorway junction providing access directly onto the i54 business park in South Staffordshire is set to open next month.
PORTABLE power supplier Aggreko has said it business continues to be impacted by the strong pound despite strong trading over the past quarter.
Local businesses are being urged to back a community challenge being undertaken by Lichfield Ladies Circle.
THE boss of a West Midlands manufacturing firm hit back at a recent report that claims automation could threaten a third of UK jobs.
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, what recent assessment he has made of the extent of financial and material support given by Iran to international terror groups; and if he will make a statement.
To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, if he will encourage the operators of the M6 toll, the Dartford-Thurrock river crossing, the Severn Bridge, and other electronic toll roads to use a common tag system.
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One of the key drivers in the creation of the groceries code adjudicator was to try to deal with some of the inequalities that dairy farmers had to deal with all the time.
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May we have a debate on the importance of ancient woodland in the west midlands? In my constituency, proposals for HS2, despite some recent mitigations, will do significant damage to ancient woodland near to Hints, and now Lafarge Tarmac has...
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- Government failing to reach immigration cut target, admits Home Secretary Theresa May
- Charing Cross fire: Station closed and 100 evacuated over blaze on train
- Child abuse cases are 'tip of the iceberg' in sexual exploitation of young people, said Theresa May
- Tower Bridge glass walkway 'smashed' by night-time visitor dropping bottle of beer
- UK weather: Britain left 'exposed' to more floods and heatwaves
- Winter crisis in A&E: Hospitals declare 'black alerts' as admissions shatter records, but full stats still unpublished
- Benefit changes are killing the vulnerable, say campaigners
- Police investigate claims of slavery in UK fishing fleet
- Rivals should be made to deliver daily, and to any address, Royal Mail tells MPs
- Benefit changes mean a choice of 'eat or heat' for an increasing number of families
- Tunisia votes in historic presidential poll
- Iran: Nuclear deal impossible before deadline
- Putin dismisses risk of Iron Curtain comeback
- Al-Shabab massacres 28 Kenyan bus passengers
- Israel army shoots dead Palestinian in Gaza
- Gulf states urged to protect migrant workers
- Saudi Arabia 'intensifies Twitter crackdown'
- No justice years after Philippines massacre
- Ukraine crisis: Are there any winners?
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