A widower from Birmingham says he's angry after a thief stole flowers he left for his late wife - just a day after her funeral.
The Ebola virus disease is a severe, often fatal illness, killing around 90% of people who become infected.
The Great British Bake Off will have its youngest and oldest contestants this year.
Bob Love, from Birmingham, has won a Commonwealth Bronze medal in the open triples lawn bowls event, which features para-athletes with a range of disabilities.
60-year-old Bob, who was born without arms, uses his feet to bowl and was part of a three-man team which beat Scotland 16-12 to secure third-place earlier this afternoon.
Watch his remarkable technique and skill here, as he helps to send England on their way to victory:
A timelapse video has been released by Network Rail, showing the progress of the £600 million revamp of Birmingham New Street.
Watch it here:
It comes after it was announced the new station will reopen in September next year.
A suspected grave thief wanted for stealing 51 red roses has been caught on CCTV.
The flowers had left by a grieving husband just one day after he laid his wife to rest - one for each year they had spent together.
Security footage from the Robin Hood Cemetery in Solihull shows a woman walking through the gardens, before stopping and picking up the armful of roses Maurice Powell had left for his wife Sandra.
Firefighters have confirmed children appear to have been using the empty manor house as a playground.
The former home of the Cadbury family was destroyed by fire last night, and investigations are underway to determine how it started - it is thought to have been arson.
Steve Husbands from West Midlands Fire Service says they had received a call to attend the property just 24 hours before, with reports of children leaving the area.
The Vice-Principal of the University of Birmingham says he, and many others at the university are 'saddened' by the damage to the Cadbury Manor House, which was destroyed by fire last.
The university owns the site.
– Professor Adam Tickell, Vice-Principal of the University of Birmingham
We are deeply saddened that the historic Manor House, which the University bought from the Cadbury family in 1953, has been severely damaged by last night's fire.
We are extremely grateful to the Fire Service and others who worked tirelessly to get the fire under control, make the area safe, and ensure no one was injured.
The Manor House was used by the University as a student residence until 2007. It was awaiting planning approval from the City Council to be sensitively converted into flats as part of a wider redevelopment of the site.
The site, including the Manor House, was boarded up to prevent access and the University employed an external security company to provide 24/7 monitoring of the site.
The University retains its desire to keep the structure of the Manor House but now needs to properly assess its condition. We are working with engineers and the local authority building control to understand the level of damage, make the structure safe and secure the site.
Exactly two weeks since a mother of three from Birmingham went missing, her family are appealing for help to find her.
52-year-old Eve Cullen has not been seen since leaving her home in Hollywood on17 July at around 2:30pm.
Her husband, Peter, and children, including her daughter Laura, are urging anyone who may have seen her to contact police. They have also sent out a plea to Eve for her to get in touch.
A multi-million pound project to revamp Birmingham New Street Station will be completed by next September.
More than £600million has been invested into improving the station. The new 'Grand Central' shopping centre will also open, including John Lewis' new thirty five million pound Midlands flagship store.