Ofcom has received 44 applications to operate new community radio stations in areas which overlap with existing services.
Ofcom has awarded nine more community radio licences - to groups in Staffordshire, Gloucestershire, Somerset, Dorset, Cornwall and south Wales.
The BBC's new Operating Licence from Ofcom will see extra peak-time news on Radio 2 and more social action campaigns on Radio 1 when it comes into effect on 1 January 2018.
Ofcom has approved a request by London AM station Spectrum Radio to become a 24-hour speech service, dropping its current requirement to play music.
Mansfield 103.2 has been found in breach of Rule 10.3 by Ofcom because it broadcast a commercial message around news bulletins.
Preston's community radio station CityBeat 103.2 has been found in breach of its licence for a comment made about transgender people.
Radio Dawn, a community radio station broadcasting to the Muslim community in Nottingham, has been found in breach of its licence for the broadcast of a Nasheed.
Celador will face competition for the Torbay licence from Radio Exe, the regulator has confirmed.
Three dozen hopeful groups want a new community radio licence from Ofcom.
Ofcom has said no to a request from MuxCo mid and west Wales to extend its coverage area to include Swansea.
Sheffield community radio station Iman FM will not be going back on air, after Ofcom revoked its licence for extremely serious breaches of the Broadcasting Code.
Kanshi Radio has been fined £17,500 for airing potentially offensive and harmful content.
Only those in an area on the list of approved areas can apply at this time.
Community stations Saint FM, Beyond Radio and TCR FM have been found in breach by Ofcom following concerns they weren't complying with the requirements of their licences.
Lancashire community station has been found in breach of its licence by Ofcom after playing a song containing various uses of the F-word.
London AM station Spectrum Radio has applied to Ofcom for a major change in Format and would be known as Spectrum Talk.
A pirate with a powerful transmitter keeps broadcasting over the top of Mansfield 103.2 playing the same song on repeat.
Station tells Ofcom its lack of live shows was due to illness of a key member of staff.
This community station has been found in breach of the Broadcasting Code after reporting itself for not sticking to the rules.
Ofcom has upheld a complaint against Gravity FM, a community radio station in Grantham.