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 ›
The children of a heroic mum, who died saving her baby son's life, will start the Redditch race for life in her memory.
Eleven years ago Cheryl Jalloh stopped her chemotherapy to ensure the health of her unborn son. Three weeks after he was born she passed away.
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 cleaner who was left with sore, blistered hands after her boss refused to provide gloves has been awarded more than £10,000 compensation.Read the full story ›
From today, new tobacco rules mean 10-packs and menthol cigarettes will also be phased out. Here's what you need to know about the changes.Read the full story ›
A young student has revealed how she had to have a third of her skull removed after she suffered a stroke caused by the contraceptive pillRead the full story ›
A report has found in favour of an NHS whistleblower who claimed she was poorly treated after alleging a Trust had been fixing death rates.Read the full story ›