The RSPCA has released video showing fire crews hosing down angry bulls during efforts to free a heifer stuck between two tree trunks.Read the full story ›
John Stollery, a 58 year old social worker from North Nottinghamshire, is the latest victim of the Tunisian terrorist attacks to be named.Read the full story ›
A woman has reported being sexually assaulted on a road near to Rugby at around 11.30pm on Friday 26 June.
The woman driver was travelling in the direction of Rugby on the B4453, when a black Audi A4 with a '59' registration plate indicated her to pull over.
A man got out of the Audi and then raped the woman who is in her 30s.
A full investigation has launched and initial lines of inquiry suggest that this man was not a police officer.
We appreciate the alarm that this may cause to both drivers and people living in the Warwickshire area, however our initial lines of inquiry suggest that this man is not a police officer."
Anyone who was in the area at this time or who may have seen a vehicle being stopped by a black Audi, should contact police immediately on 101 quoting reference 508 of 26 June.
Burton Albion signing Timmy Thiele has spoken about his excitement at joining the club on a one year contract.
I’m happy to be here and I would like to give 100 per cent and I hope I can help the team."
“In England you play good football, very fast and it’s a good fight. I’m a fast player and I hope I can make a good contribution."
The German striker joins the Brewers from the reserve team of Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund and believes he can make a valuable contribution to the team.
I can shoot with both feet and I can also play on the right or left side, wherever I’m needed.”
“I’m happy to be here and I would like to give 100 per cent and I hope I can help the team. The team has already been great with me."
Beauty entrepreneur, Amy Childs, is launching an academy to deliver beauty courses in a partnership with Stafford college this afternoon.Read the full story ›
A boy has won more than £7 million in compensation after being left with bran-damage.Read the full story ›
The Government has confirmed that 21 British people died in Friday's Tunisia terror attack - and nine other Britons are believed to have been killed.
Repatriations will begin tomorrow.
No 10 confirms 21 Britons now known to have died in Tunisia. Another 9 believed killed. Repatriations to start tmw.
No 10; 27 UK security staff now in Tunisia from Foreign Office, MOD and police.
West Midlands health authorities have issued guidance on how to stay safe whilst fasting for Ramadan in hot temperatures.Read the full story ›