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  A community came together at a Walsall church to remember those lost to genocide.
  The hit TV show Planet Earth II helped to create a huge shift in environmental consciousness. The 2016 BBC sequel to Planet Earth, which was broadcast ten years earlier, was narrated by Sir...
  A wedding venue near Bridgnorth has been named the region’s best – and is the second best in the UK.
  “Enjoy the game” we are told. From the earliest age it is the parting cry. The well-wishers sending their instructions.
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  Action Fraud has been set up as a reporting centre for various forms of fraud.
  Fraud now accounts for one in three of all crimes committed in Britain and has cost millions of victims more than £130 billion to date.
  Bewdley's pop queen Becky Hill has returned for 2020 with her brand new single Better Off Without You.
  Stiff Little Fingers will bring their UK headline tour to Birmingham this March.
  Scottish rockers The Fratellis will play Birmingham later this year.
  Oldbury Rep’s annual pantomime has raised more than £1,000 for the Acorns hospice appeal.
  After 20 years of watching one of the country’s most erudite, well-loved and downright funny comedians, Simon Evans’s fans could be excused for thinking they know who is and what he’s about.
  The England all-rounder was enraged by comments coming from the stands following his dismissal in Johannesburg.
  All eyes will be on the skies in the morning, with just almost 40 overs lost to rain on the opening day.
  The recording has been handed to congressional investigators.
  Rebuilding Paradise had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.
  Black Country boxer Ben Whittaker is hoping to secure his place at the Tokyo Olympic at a Team GB qualifying event in London.
  Fraud, a possible new pensions scandal and the coronavirus are among the stories making headlines on Saturday.
  Footage of a man climbing around the ceiling of a Black Country Asda has gone viral online.
  The Department of Health said it was trying to find ‘as many passengers as we can’ who recently travelled to the UK from Wuhan.
  As many as 18,000 pubs could see their business rates cut by £1,000 due to a new Pubs Relief.
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