After Rutland was rocked by this morning's earthquake, we look back at the tremors that have hit the Midlands in the last 20 years.
As the Easter weekend approaches, the next few days are expected to be the busiest in the UK so far this year as people head for a break.
Lucy Kite brings you the latest weather update for the West Midlands.
A449 Ombersley Road in both directions closed, slow traffic due to accident and recovery work between Green Lane and A449 / Claines Lane (Claines Roundabout). Police directing traffic.
#M1 southbound between J29 and J28 has fully reopened following an earlier incident. Long delays remain in the area however.
Serious RTC M1 s/bd 29-28. Recovery and clear up in operation. Diversion in place. Pls be patient & observe matrix... http://t.co/NL5JdC1nt9
Still working alongside Burrows to clear M1 29-28 s/bd RTC. Shouldn't be too long now http://t.co/qiK37xgkRv
The heart doctor turned whistleblower who won his unfair dismissal case said he felt he needed to speak out because the trust repeatedly ignored his complaints about the treatment of patients.
Dr Raj Mattu told BBC Radio 4's Today programme:
– Dr Raj Mattu
I was rather concerned that the reason I came into medicine, which was to care for patients and to hopefully save lives, was not a priority or certainly a primary aspect of what managers in the hospital in Coventry were focused on.
Patient safety was regularly put at risk and patients were dying that I felt would not have died at other hospitals I had worked at.
An earthquake that struck the Rutland area of the East Midlands has been felt as far away as Grantham, 25 miles away.
It was just 24 hours after a slightly smaller tremor shook houses in Rutland for around 10 seconds. The latest quake struck the Oakham area at around 7.50am today.
Scores of people in the Grantham area of Lincolnshire have taken to Facebook and Twitter to say they felt the quake, which measured 3.5 on the Richter scale.
The mother of a five-year-old girl with an incurable disease says the garden makeover at her house in East Leake in Nottinghamshire will greatly improve her daughter's quality of life.
Barnardo's charity are funding the work which will see the garden levelled out and a paths laid down, so Maddison Sherwood can roam around in her wheelchair.
Lidia Sherwood said before the makeover, the garden was not safe for her daughter.