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'Anger' as Nissan plans Washington pension scheme closure

BBC Local News: Tyne and Wear -- The firm says it has grown to "unsustainable levels" but a workers' union says staff are "angry". Reported by BBC Local News

Bristol City Council agrees to sell Bristol Energy

BBC Local News: Bristol -- Bristol City Council decides to sell Bristol Energy due to continuing losses, the BBC understands. Reported by BBC Local News

Scottish clubs told of restrictions when team training returns

Tackling will be banned, equipment disinfected and players' temperature checked when Scottish football returns to team training. Reported by BBC News

Lyle Taylor bid urged for Rangers as Charlie Adam backs striker for big move

The frontman is unlikely to play for Charlton during the coronavirus crisis and Rangers have been linked with a move. Reported by Daily Record

Crews tackle Saddleworth Moor fire

BBC Local News: Leeds and West Yorkshire -- The fire is not far from the site of a huge blaze on Saddleworth Moor, which raged for weeks in 2018. Reported by BBC Local News

George Floyd death 'adds to UK policing tensions'

BBC Local News: Birmingham and Black Country -- A chief constable urges officers "to always consider how actions impact on communities we serve". Reported by BBC Local News

Fideo 'arswydus' George Floyd yn ormod i'r prif weinidog

Mark Drakeford yn dweud bod fideo o farwolaeth George Floyd yn "un o'r pethau mwyaf arswydus" iddo weld. Reported by BBC News

Coronavirus: 'Save water' to meet lockdown demand

BBC Local News: Kent -- Suppliers say people should be "mindful" of the amount of water they are using during lockdown. Reported by BBC Local News

Wye Valley NHS Trust records no new coronavirus deaths

NO new coronavirus deaths have been recorded at Wye Valley Trust in the latest figures released by NHS England. Reported by Hereford Times

Coronavirus: Swans and Bluebirds return to contact training

Cardiff City and Swansea City return to contact training in preparation for the Championship's return, which is due on 20 June. Reported by BBC News

Millions awarded to support businesses

Birmingham City Council has donated millions in cash grants to businesses. Reported by Express and Star

Cannock and Rugeley markets to open

Outdoor and indoor markets in Cannock and Rugeley are ready to reopen. Reported by Express and Star

Premiership and Championship clubs permitted to return to non-contact training

Premiership and Championship clubs are allowed to return to non-contact, socially-distanced training. Reported by BBC News

Man suffers head injuries as police called to report of fight

Two arrests following after Gloucestershire police called to early morning incident in Thrupp Reported by Gloucestershire Echo

Getting used to a new sort of normal

Pupils are gradually making their way back into the classroom – as schools across the Black Country and Staffordshire open up this week. Reported by Express and Star

Coronavirus: Government's use of testing figures 'falls well short' of normal standards, warns chief statistician

'Not surprising' that numbers used by Matt Hancock to show he is hitting targets are mistrusted, says scathing letter Reported by Independent

Formula 1 season to start with eight races in Europe

The 2020 Formula 1 season will start in Austria on 5 July, the first of a run of eight races in Europe. Reported by BBC News

SDLP's Brian Tierney becomes Derry and Strabane mayor

The councillor says he was "humbled and proud" to be formally appointed as mayor on Monday. Reported by BBC News

Larne: Man 'critical' after murder bid in retail park

Four men have been arrested after the incident in Larne, County Antrim. Reported by BBC News

Bedford road bridge closed for a year to reopen

BBC Local News: Beds, Herts and Bucks -- The road bridge has been completely rebuilt to allow the electrification of a railway line. Reported by BBC Local News

Aberdeenshire Council to get new leader after Conservative move

BBC Local News: North-East Scotland and Northern Isles -- The leader of Aberdeenshire Council steps down from the Conservatives to join the independent group. Reported by BBC Local News

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