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Ambulance service hires paramedics to work in hazardous environments

Hazardous Area Response Teams in action. Courtesy: West Midlands Ambulance Service.

THE ambulance service has hired a crop of specially trained paramedics to work in hazardous conditions.

11:48am Sunday 19 February 2017

Final The Voice auditions prove more popular than Let It Shine semi-final

Final The Voice auditions prove more popular than Let It Shine semi-final

Viewers’ attention was more gripped by Take Me Out’s Gavin Ellis than Take That’s live performance.

11:42am Sunday 19 February 2017

FLASHBACK: Two Ludlow Scouts were honoured

TWO members of the 1st Ludlow Scouts gained their Chief Scout award back in February 1983. South Shropshire district commissioner Lol Stokes presented the award to Nicky May, 13, and Alan Phelps, 16, at the Ludlow Scout headquarters in Julian Road. Lookin

TWO members of the 1st Ludlow Scouts gained their Chief Scout award back in February 1983. South Shropshire district commissioner Lol Stokes presented the award to Nicky May, 13, and Alan Phelps, 16, at the Ludlow Scout headquarters in Julian Road.…

11:31am Sunday 19 February 2017

Police to review 484 cases after criminal probe launched at forensics laboratory

Two men from Randox Testing Services have been arrested by Greater Manchester Police

Almost 500 police investigations are being reviewed after a criminal probe was launched into the actions of staff at a forensics lab used by forces nationwide.

11:21am Sunday 19 February 2017

Barnt Green author pays tribute to unsung war heroes in latest book

Barnt Green author Steve Dunn, with his latest book Securing the Narrow Sea

BARNT Green author Steve Dunn has continued to pay tribute to the brave British sailors of the First World War in his latest book Securing the Narrow Sea.

11:16am Sunday 19 February 2017

Boro boss Karanka: Every player is going to be important over coming months

Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka says all his squad will have a role to play

Aitor Karanka has told all his players they will have important roles to play as Middlesbrough battle for FA Cup glory and Premier League survival.

10:53am Sunday 19 February 2017

Hero's welcome for Briton who died fighting IS in Syria

Ryan Lock joined Kurdish forces fighting IS

The body of a Briton who died after travelling to Syria to fight Islamic State militants alongside Kurdish forces arrived back at Heathrow Airport to a hero's welcome.

10:49am Sunday 19 February 2017

Spirited Worceter Warriors salvage point after Fa’osiliva's moment of madness against Exeter Chiefs

Perry Humphreys dives over for Warriors' second try against Exeter Chiefs. Picture: Dougie Allward/JMP

A five-point return from back-to-back matches against last season’s Premiership finalists Saracens and Chiefs should give Warriors some much-needed confidence.

10:36am Sunday 19 February 2017

Children of alcoholic parents calling helpline to hear bedtime stories

The National Association for Children of Alcoholics received 32,000 calls and emails from children last year

Children as young as five are ringing a helpline to hear bedtime stories because their alcoholic parents are too intoxicated to put them to bed.

10:27am Sunday 19 February 2017

Mandelson warns against a 'Brexit at all costs'

Peter Mandelson says the Commons as the elected chamber must prevail on the terms of Brexit

Peers should "not throw in the towel early" over Brexit, Peter Mandelson has said as he warned ministers they face defeats over key negotiating principles.

10:27am Sunday 19 February 2017
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