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These are the five men police would like to speak to after disorder at a football match between Birmingham City and Wolves.

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IN PICTURES: Worker rescued after suffering back spasms 30 feet above M6

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A Sandwell man has been jailed for six months and lost his driving licence after evading speeding tickets three times in two years.

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The two swimming pools at Halesowen Leisure Centre will be out of action for three weeks, including the half-term school holiday, it has been announced.

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Take a look at these stunning spring pictures from around the region. Send yours into Star Witness and be in with a chance of winning £100!

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The two swimming pools at Halesowen Leisure Centre will be out of action for three weeks, including the half-term school holiday, it has been announced.

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Council chiefs are targeting schools in a bid to stamp out child sexual exploitation in Wolverhampton.

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More than 4,000 businesses in Walsall fell victim to crime in just 12 months – a rise on the previous two years, it has emerged.

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More than 200 jobs face being axed at Sandwell’s hospital trust during the next 12 months to slash more than £16 million from the wage bill.

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WATCH this eight-year-old golf prodigy in action. He's about to head off to an international competition.

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VIDEO: Election update May 5

It's time for the party leaders to make their mad dash for every vote and travel the country ahead of polling day.

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Naming a princess

HAMILL FISHER FORD

PETER RHODES on the Windsor industry, the promise of endless energy and a Dr Doolittle moment.

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We need some selfie respect

Labour leader Ed Miliband, take a selfie as he meets passengers and passers-by at Sheffield railway station

Whether it is in the grounds of Himley Hall, a college in Walsall or a factory in Cannock, our political leaders are being bullied, writes Rob Golledge.

How It Happened: General Election Desk Live - May 5

Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg at Land's End in Cornwall

Andy Burnham made a last visit to the Black Country ahead of polling day while Nick Clegg and other party leaders headed all over the country in the frenetic final 48 hours of campaigning as they desperately seek to secure a decisive breakthrough with voters on Thursday.

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Young renters are ID fraud targets

Nearly one in five detected cases of identity fraud last year involved renters who were predominantly young, single people living in an urban area and studying or taking their first steps in work, according to Experian

Young people living in rented accommodation are nearly three times as likely to be the target of an attempted identity fraud than other sectors of the population, a credit checking company has warned.

Matrix boosts Midlands house-building

More than 35 new urban and rural developments have now been completed over recent months by the Matrix Housing Partnership

A West Midlands housing partnership is celebrating a boost in house building for the region with the completion of more than 800 new homes over the last year.

Cider maker invests in river water system

Apples on a conveyor at Aston Manor Cider’s Stourport-on-Severn plant

A team of Staffordshire engineers have come up with a groundbreaking new cooling system for processing apples at a Stourport-on-Severn cider plant, using water from the nearby river.

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