Volunteers who help to save lives and support emergency work in the West Midlands are being thanked by ambulance bosses as part of National Volunteers Week.
Local ambulance chiefs have issued advice for anyone taking advantage of what might, possibly, be some decent Bank Holiday weather.
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A pioneering £1 million research project into runaway and homeless children who sleep rough is to be launched by the University of Wolverhampton.
Emergency services are urging local people to take some simple precautions during the cold snap.
Hospital A&E departments are under extreme pressure this New Year’s Eve and emergency doctors are urging people to consider alternatives if their case is not urgent.
Casualties of Christmas spirit will be catered for at a specially-established unit in the city centre.
‘Stay safe’ is the plea as the festive season begins.
Police are cracking down on illegal road racing in Birmingham.
West Midlands Fire Service has taken delivery of three bespoke compact fire vehicles to tackle smaller incidents in the region.
The Government should be doing more to help young drivers and cyclists stay safe, according to motoring safety charity DriveSafe.
Youngsters at a secondary school have put their fellow pupils’ protection on the curriculum by campaigning for better road safety control
Coventry University is preparing to host an international symposium on domestic violence next week
Birmingham-based charity Islamic Relief is to join a network of experts who can be called on in times of international crisis
Spring appears to be here with brighter weather on the horizon, but older people who cannot afford to heat their homes are still vulnerable
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As the temperature continues to drop, local people are advised to take care.
Changes in the ambulance service across the region are to lead to many stations being sold.
NHS local has been working with Birmingham Children’s Hospital to create a new online experience for patients and staff.