A man has been arrested after a fatal motorway pile-up which led to three cars catching fire.Read the full story ›
The M42 Southbound is closed between Junction 2 A441 (Alvechurch / Redditch) and Junction 1 A38 / B4096 (Bromsgrove) due to emergency repairs needed from an earlier vehicle fire and serious accident involving three cars and a lorry.
Diversions are in place - follow the black hollow circle symbol, via the A441 heading southbound to the A448 at Redditch, then taking the A448 (Bromsgrove Highway) westbound to Bromsgrove before finally taking the A38 southbound to re-join the M5 at Junction 5 (Droitwich).
Paul Wilde sent us these pictures of a young family on an outing yesterday.
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Paramedics had to take the boy to a hospital 18 miles away from his home following the closure of a local children's A&E.Read the full story ›
Karen Lumley, the Conservative MP for Redditch has announced she won't stand again in the forthcoming general election due to ill health.Read the full story ›
A nursery in Redditch which faced closure after forty years can now stay open until the end of August after a smaller grant was approved.Read the full story ›
Callum Cartlidge was taken to an A&E department several miles away after he had a cardiac arrest at his home in Redditch.Read the full story ›
Paramedics attended Callum at his home in Redditch after he went in to a cardiac arrest on Friday and took him to a hospital 17 miles away.Read the full story ›
Two lanes are closed on the M42 Southbound between J4 A34 / A3400 (Shirley / Dorridge) and J3 A435 (Portway / Redditch).
It is causing very slow traffic.
The link road for M40 is closed for emergency works following a collision this morning.
A children's play centre which has been running for more than four decades could be closing as soon as March, after failing to secure an annual grant from the council.
Parents that use the Play Council in Redditch say they'd be heartbroken if it had to shut, with some saying it's the only nursery in the area they can afford. Melissa Wright reports.