Officials in Birmingham are urging Muslims planning to travel to Saudi Arabia for the Hajj pilgrimage to check the latest health advice.Read the full story ›
Leaders of Dudley Central Mosque say it has become over-crowded and a larger venue is essential for worshippers.Read the full story ›
Carly Lovett of Gainsborough was one of thirty Britons killed in the Tunisian terrorist attack on June 26th. Her funeral is being held at All Saints' Parish Church.
The new Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham was inaugurated this weekend at Southwell Minster.Read the full story ›
More than 900 people will pack Southwell Minster today for the inauguration of Rt Revd Paul Williams as the new Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham.
Following tradition, Bishop Paul will walk to the West Door of the Minster and knock three times to be admitted, accompanied by children from the Junior Department of the Minster School.
The service, which starts at 3pm, will feature a choir comprising pupils from several Nottinghamshire schools, and three groups representing Framework, the charity for homeless people; ReachUK, a charity which supports adults with learning disabilities, and representatives of the Thoresby Pit community.
Midlands Muslims booking trips to Mecca over the next few months are being warned of the threat of rogue travel operators.Read the full story ›
The Methodist Church in Britain has apologised for failing to protect children and adults from abuse dating back to the 1950s.Read the full story ›
Despite today's protests against the new mosque being built, members of the Muslim community say facilities will bring people togetherRead the full story ›
Over 15,000 people were expected to turn out for the Vaisakhi festival celebrations in Leicester today.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of Sikhs took to the streets in Birmingham today to celebrate the festival of Vaisakhi.
Revellers gathered at the Ramgarhia Sikh Temple in the city's Jewellery Quarter before setting off on a procession.
We asked some attendees why the festival is so important to them.