● Atletico Madrid confirm two coronavirus cases ahead of Champions League clash All members of the “first team and travelling party” were tested on Saturday, with two positive cases returned.
● More than 700 people self-isolating due to Aberdeen coronavirus cluster More than 700 people in the north-east have now been told to self-isolate as a result of the spike in Aberdeen coronavirus cases.
● No plans to change Aberdeen physical distancing road changes in spite of city lockdown linked to hospitality trade There will be no "large-scale changes" to controversial physical distancing measures in Aberdeen -...
● Simon Cowell had six-hour surgery after breaking back in bike fall The talent show boss is said to be ‘under observation and is doing fine’.
● Footfall steady across Black Country Footfall has continued to recover in the region’s major shopping centres, despite new coronavirus face mask rules being brought in – but there were concerns from some smaller firms.
● "Be vigilant" warning after car theft Visitors to a Wolverhampton crematorium are being urged to stay alert after a handbag was stolen from a car in an incident that led the husband of the victim to label the...
● Sites sought for Games camps Organisers of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham say other areas across the West Midlands could benefit as the search for training-camp sites begins.
● Byrne: Job creation is key Labour's candidate for West Midlands Mayor, Birmingham MP Liam Byrne, argues that the creation of new, green manufacturing jobs is key to helping the Black Country get back on its feet after the...
● 'It feels like harassment' - sportswomen share social media trolling stories A BBC Sport survey uncovered shocking examples of social media abuse sent to sportswomen. Here are three women's stories in their own words.
● When will the first Covid-19 vaccine be used in Ireland? Dr Muiris Houston: Some countries will get priority access to coronavirus treatments
● Forest rangers slam fly-tippers Forest rangers have slammed fly-tippers who dumped a large pile of waste at a beauty spot.
● Social media trolls: BBC Sport strengthens stance against hateful messages BBC Sport strengthens its stance against social media trolls with a new policy for responding to hateful messages.
● Coronavirus screening app monitors workers Two Aberdeen-based firms have joined forces to launch a new mobile screening app for businesses to monitor employees for any symptoms of coronavirus and respond swiftly to any...
● Canary Wharf is 'open for business' as firms return to office As City firms prepare their return to the office, the chief executive of Canary Wharf Group has declared the development The post Canary Wharf is 'open for...
● My sporting disappointment: Jimmy White and the elusive World Championship The Whirlwind was alluring and made it all feel possible but never tasted Crucible glory
● Councillor hails opening of new store A senior councillor has hailed the opening of a new kitchen showroom in a Black Country city.
● Met slammed over protests 'inaction' A Black Country MP has hit out at the Metropolitan Police for failing to take action against the "violent and mob-like element" of the Black Lives Matter movement.
● Superhero event planned for city Batman, superman, spiderman - these are some of the superheroes that could descend on a Black Country park tomorrow .
● Tokyo 2020: Better late than never? It would have been some homecoming. Sir Mo Farah, having come out of retirement for one final Olympic Games, could be returning to a hero's welcome today, having once more clinched Gold...
● Huge development with thousands of jobs moves a step closer Land for the Able Marine Energy Park can be opened up after £4.3m Government grant from Getting Building Fund
● Mum at heart of Grimsby drugs misery 'may have been trying to flee' Leslie Aytoun is facing a long prison sentence for her involvement in the criminal enterprise but did not turn up at court
● Tragedy as wife and mother critically injured in Tetney crash dies A pillar of the Methodist community and devoted mother and wife, Ann Mickleburgh, 85, died following a crash at Tetney
● Bikes, a tent - and even a mattress among items dumped in Freshney Parts of the River Freshney in Grimsby are rapidly becoming clogged with rubbish, risking flooding to homes
● The former homeless drunk who's now a dad with his own business Andrew Brennan turned his life around and now runs his own business after being an alcoholic and homeless