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Further delays and cancellations on London Midland

There are currently cancellations to services at Birmingham International due to a fault with the signalling system.

This means services running through this station may be cancelled or delayed by up to 15 minutes with disruption expected until 18:00.

There is also damage to the overhead electric wires between Wolverhampton and Birmingham New Street.

The Birmingham bound line is blocked and services running through these stations may be cancelled or delayed by up to 30 minutes.

The disruption between Wolverhampton and Birmingham New Street is expected until 19:00.

  1. Chris Halpin

Wolverhampton businesses get mobile app to fight crime

A thousand businesses across the Midlands have signed up to an online app to help fight petty crime and anti-social behaviour.

The Facewatch App allows firms to report crimes by uploading CCTV directly to police, but also to share pictures of suspected criminals.

Today Wolverhampton created its own network. It's the first time companies across the entire city have joined together in this way. Chris Halpin reports.


Gmail down for users across the Midlands

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There are reports of outages of Gmail across the UK, with the popular email service reportedly down according to hundreds of furious social media users.


Man due in court charged with Wolverhampton stabbing

Wolverhampton Magistrates Court. Credit: ITV News Central

A man is due to appear before magistrates tomorrow morning charged with stabbing another man to death in Wolverhampton at the weekend.

Sivan Amin has been charged with the murder of Mircea Gheorghe Cozmiuc which is alleged to have happened on Saturday morning.

The 36-year-old has been remanded in custody and is due to appear at Wolverhampton Magistrates Court in the morning.

A post mortem examination confirmed that Mircea died from multiple stab wounds to the chest.

This is a significant development in our investigation - however we are still trying to piece together the circumstances that led up to the incident.

I would urge anyone with information who has yet to contact police, or any witnesses, to call my team on the 101 number.

– Detective Inspector Jim Munro
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