2 hrs ago | Maldonandburnham Standard
There was applause in the House after MPs voted by 366 to 161 to give the Marriage Bill a third reading The Government's controversial plans to legalise gay marriage have cleared the Commons despite efforts by Tory backbenchers to derail the legislation.
3 hrs ago | Evesham Journal
8 hrs ago | Evesham Journal
A WORCESTER man has been charged with attempted murder and Grievous Bodily Harm with intent following a double city knife attack.
9 hrs ago | Salisbury Journal
Detectives are treating the death of a 20-month-old girl as murder and have named her mother as a suspect.
13 hrs ago | Chardandilminsternews.co.uk
Mr Smith said: "When you were talking to the jury last week and today why didn't you tell them about that?" JURORS have heard how the alarm was not set at the home of Mr Nowak and Catherine when he returned with her family after learning of her death.
17 hrs ago | Echo-news.co.uk
THE fire service's deputy chief has warned Southend's cluster of fire stations could be under threat as part of the cost-cutting programme.
Eight members of the same family have pleaded guilty to running a complex series of illegal waste businesses from a former small-holding near St Austell.
The incident occurred between 10.30pm and 11pm on Thursday, 2 May in the Smannell Road area, near to Cricketers Way.
A HEARTBROKEN couple, who tried for six years to have a baby, are searching for an answer as to why their young son died suddenly in his sleep.
Nathan Rosin, 22, of Dock Road, Tilbury, and Joe Edwards, 26, allegedly broke into concrete block fIrm Thermolite, based in Motherwell Way, Grays, on January 28.
A WOMAN, whose life was a "complete disaster zone", has been given a last chance to mend her ways and stay out of trouble.
The 21-year-old, of Corn-brash Rise, Trowbridge, will be competing in the regional leg of the pageant, against 20 other women, at the regional round at the De Vere Village Hotel in Swindon on Sunday.
Shopper Alec Chant was flummoxed when his packet of crisps from a Sainsbury's Basics multipack contained nothing but air.
A rising star in Britain's Labour Party, described by some as the "British Barack Obama," Chuka Umunna urged the United Kingdom to more aggressively forge ties with West Africa's fast-growing economies.
The building was completely wrecked and was cordoned off with blue and white police tape across the front gate this morning.