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29 January 2015 Last updated at 16:51

Ex-football chief guilty of assaultFormer Nuneaton Town chief executive Ian Neale

A football club chief executive is convicted of assaulting three people at a charity ball last year.

A plan of the rail lineMothballed rail line set to reopen

A West Midlands railway line which has been closed to passengers for 50 years could be reopened in a £20m University of Warwick scheme.

Lollipop man attackedLollipop man, 82, robbed of sign

An 82-year-old lollipop man is injured by a robber who pushed him over and stole his sign as he was helping children cross a Coventry road.

David Gregory-Kumar Article written by David Gregory-Kumar David Gregory-Kumar Science & Environment correspondent, BBC News

West Midlands medic trials sugar remedy

One medic in the West Midlands investigates whether sugar could help treat infected wounds.

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