The pool in Birmingham has been temporarily closed after a bug which can cause diarrhoea, vomiting and low-grade fever entered the water.Read the full story ›
Police and councils have welcomed a new law which bans the production, supply or possession of so-called 'legal highs'.Read the full story ›
From Thursday, "legal highs" are to be legal no more, with the Psychoactive Substances Act coming into force. But what does it all mean?Read the full story ›
A milkshake which has eight days worth of sugar in it, and contains around 2,000 calories, is being sold at a Birmingham café.Read the full story ›
The collapse of the fashion and tailoring chain comes a day after the failure of BHS.Read the full story ›
British Home Stores is a familiar face on the high street known for its affordable clothes and homeware.Read the full story ›
Customers should not eat affected Baketime products - including Cheese Thins and Ginger Nuts - due to possible 'pest contamination.'Read the full story ›
Part of Worcestershire has no water or low water pressure through the taps this morning.
If you're in the WR8 area you may have no water or low water pressure. @stwater are currently working on fixing the problem
Malvern Hills District Council said residents in the WR8 postcode area of the county are experiencing the problem, and that Severn Trent are working to fix it.
Budget airline Ryanair has branded the French aviation unions "selfish" following the start of a three-day strike by the country's air traffic controllers.
Hundreds of passengers flying with easyJet, Ryanair and British Airways will face flight cancellations and delays up until Tuesday as a result of the French industrial action in a move that Ryanair deemed "unwarranted" and "grossly unfair".
Passengers travelling from Gatwick, Heathrow and Luton Airport have already been hit by rescheduling after the strike began on Sunday with officials at Gatwick saying that passengers had experienced delays averaging more than 50 minutes.
The city of Derby is to get its own official Monopoly board after beating other East Midlands cities in a public poll.Read the full story ›