● PA Headline Federer is in the semi-finals after a dramatic five-set win in Melbourne.
● Railway back in action for half-term Severn Valley Railway will be back in action next month for the half-term school holidays.
● Burial charges increase Council bosses have defended a seven per cent increase, which will see the cost of a burial plot in part of the Black Country rise to more than £2,000.
● PA Headline The episode which started in Wuhan, China has sparked a continent-wide strain on supplies of the protective item.
● PA Headline Prosecutors and the FBI want to speak to Andrew as part of the Epstein investigation.
● £50 debt row ends with 2 years jail A row over a £50 debt, which could have cost a man his life, has ended with a two-year jail term for the culprit.
● PA Headline A trade row is brewing once the UK leaves the European Union on January 31.
● Rugby club hosts annual Burns Supper Auld Lang Syne echoed around the home of a Shropshire rugby club during a celebration filled with haggis and whisky.
● PA Headline Ford has developed a 3D locking wheel in a bid to add an extra layer of protection to a car’s alloy wheels
● PA Headline An issue with a stairlift prevented the accused appearing via videolink
● PA Headline Christian Eriksen’s transfer to Inter Milan should be concluded on Tuesday.
● PA Headline Oriol Junqueras and five other former Cabinet members were not handcuffed or escorted on their journey.
● PA Headline Nearly 28,000 passengers were questioned for the latest National Rail Passenger Survey.
● PA Headline The Migration Advisory Committee urged the Government to make decisions on the UK’s future immigration system soon.
● PA Headline The Radio 2 host said that ‘there is hope’ for people living with mental health issues.
● Passenger to play Moseley Folk Festival The Moseley Folk and Arts Festival has revealed Passenger will be their Saturday headline act this year ahead of tickets going on sale this Friday.
● PA Headline Catherine Noone issued a statement saying her remarks were ‘completely unacceptable’.
● Roof lights firm's new Bilston base A roof lights manufacturer has moved into bigger premises in Bilston and aims to recruit more workers to cater for its growing national workload.