Five Tesco branches in the Midlands are set to close after the supermarket giant announced they were shutting another 43 stores nationwide.
Around 2,000 employees are at risk of losing their jobs as a result of the closures across the UK.
The Tesco express stores in Bearwood and Northfield in Birmingham and Walsall Wood, as well as the Tesco Metro in Smethwick are all earmarked to shut.
The Tesco express on Raymouth Lane in Worksop was also on the list of planned closures.
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A woman has been charged over an alleged scam, in which it's claimed people lost money on holidays in Rhyl and Devon that didn't exist.Read the full story ›
A Nottinghamshire gang, which targeted pensioners on a scam, is estimated to run into millions of pounds.Read the full story ›
Drinking alcohol in the street in Boston town centre will be illegal from today, after public consultation revealed "overwhelming support" for the introduction of the ban.
On Monday night Boston Borough Council agreed to be among the first in the country to introduce new legislation declaring the town centre a drink-free area.
Anyone found drinking alcohol in the designated area will be subject to arrest if, when requested by a police officer, they do not stop drinking or surrender the drink.
Under the new rules any person failing to stop drinking when requested will be committing an offence and can be arrested and fined - £100 for a first offence and up to £500 for a second offence committed within six months of the first.
A scheme to encourage takeaway food outlets to sell healthier food is being launched in Nottinghamshire today.
The Healthier Options Takeaway (HOT) scheme will accredit takeaways in the county that take positive steps in how they prepare, cook and promote their food.
Qualifying outlets will be able to display HOT branding in their premises to let customers know they are offering healthier options.
Shopkeepers have been warned not to buy cheap, duty-free alcohol after 310,000 litres of illicit alcohol was seized in Nottingham.Read the full story ›
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With petrol costs falling towards the £1 per litre mark, ITV News has been asking motorists in the Midlands what they think about the reductions.
Motorists we spoke to in Leicestershire were pleased with current prices - with one declaring they were 'ecstatic'.
Trading Standards officer, Brian Jones, says the warning signs are there if you want to know if the 'Frozen' doll you have bought is fake.
The warning comes after a member of the public reported to have seen the potentially poisonous dolls on sale in the Midlands.
It's thought they contain a chemical that could cause cancer, birth defects and infertility in men.