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5 hrs ago | Black Country Bugle
TO our ancestors, the gap between rich and poor was never wider than at Christmas.
Should nudity be off-limits on prime-time TV?
Should America ever negotiate with terrorists?
10 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk
A children's boss has apologised for 'unacceptable' failures after the tragic death of a toddler from heroin he swallowed at his family home.
14 hrs ago | Isle of Wight County Press
The Royal Garrison Artillery was to become a semi-naval force and would be merged with the Royal Marines, who were considered trained and experienced to adapt to the protection of the British ports and naval bases.
Despite a dip in petrol prices, fewer motorists were enticed to fill up more with sales continuing to fall through the Autumn - and prices for both diesel and unleaded both rose in the last month, according to the AA.
NEWPORT councillors gave the green light to a contentious plan to build three gypsy sites in the city in a council meeting held yesterday.
A 22-year-old man is facing a prison sentence after he admitted having a knife in a Kidderminster street.
Jamil Ahmed Hart, aged 18, of Chestnut Avenue, Dudley, was fined A 50 for stealing a PS3 control pad, worth A 21, from Tesco Extra, Dudley, on October 24. He was ordered to pay compensation of A 21, a victim surcharge of A 20 and A 40 court costs.
SUPERMARKET giant Asda has revealed its plans to connect its proposed new store on the outskirts of Newport with the town centre.
Daniel Jones, aged 23 months, collapsed at a house in Penn in Wolverhampton in May 2012.
Katie Kirk, who runs her business at the Three Horseshoes at Blackshaw Moor, has received the Spa Treatment of the Year Award 2013 from Heaven Skin Care.
THE architectural plans for Debenhams A 70m town centre development went on display at the Museum and Library in John Frost Square.
The Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, and the Minister for Cities, Greg Clark, have agreed a City Deal with Black Country local authorities and the Local Enterprise Partnership that will create 5,800 new manufacturing jobs, 1,500 apprenticeships with around 130 million of private investment which will include regenerating brownfield sites across ... (more)
Mr Quinn, of The Deansway, was a volunteer minibus driver with the service before becoming a trustee and taking up an active role in the fund-raising and administration of the charity.
Toby Faletau visits Domino's in Malpas Road. Toby Faletau spreading tomato sauce as Nicholas Thomas and Harri Mellen watch on.
HIGH winds have pulled the corrugated roofing off a building throwing some in the road and another in danger of flying off and hitting someone.
Key maternity and paediatric services look set to stay at Stafford Hospital following a high-profile public campaign, according to a final report on its future.