A man who has 90% of his body covered in tattoos, and was denied a passport after changing his name, says after 6 months one is on its way.
A toilet built for the sole use of the Queen during a visit to the Midlands is being given away.
Seen more than 180,000 times on YouTube as far away as India & Japan, this video of four Black Country 'grannies' isn't all that it seems.
Sir Paul Smith says he's delighted to make the official posters for the Tour de France, as part of the cultural celebrations for the event coming to the UK.
Sir Paul, from Nottingham, was asked by the Culture Secretary and Bromsgrove MP Sajid Javid and has designed 3 posters to mark each stage. The race, which starts in Leeds tomorrow, is expected to pass through north Derbyshire on Sunday.
During filming at the farming show at the NEC in Birmingham today - ITV News Central reporter Rajiv Popat got slightly spooked by one of the show's participants!
During his piece to camera next to a paddock full of cows, one crept up behind him and gave him quite a shock - watch the video above for his BLEEPING reaction!
An 82-year-old man from Holbeach near Peterborough has a vacuum cleaner that's almost as old as he is.
Bernard Storey got the 1936 Hoover from his late mother and he's still able to clean his carpets with it.
Bernard acquired it when his mother Emma passed away and she got it from a family she had worked for as a cleaner.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes
It was a trial of nerves in Lincolnshire on Sunday as the World Championships got underway. Competitors travelled from as far afield as Germany, Slovenia, Hong Kong and Brazil to the small village of Swaton near Sleaford.
But after months of training, only one team could walk away as the World Egg Throwing Champions. Helen Steel reports.
The white tennis dress made famous in the iconic Tennis Girl poster of the 1970s is going to be auctioned off in the West Midlands next month.
The dress is handmade with lace trim and was made famous in the photograph taken on a Birmingham University tennis court in 1976.
The photograph was taken by the late Martin Elliott and featured his then-girlfriend Fiona Butler from Worcestershire.
The photograph sold more than two million copies worldwide.
The dress, tennis racquet and two posters will go under the hammer at Fieldings Auctioneers in Stourbridge on Wimbledon Ladies' Finals day - Saturday 5th July.