Love Your Bike back for 2017

Love Your Bike is back for 2017 – with two-wheeler TLC tips on offer across the region. Transport for West Midlands’ (TfWM) and the Safer...
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Stirchley Social Enterprise receives cash boost

Stirchley based Green Revolutions is celebrating after receiving social investment of £40,000 from one of the UK’s leading social finance providers Big Issue Invest. Founded...

Moseley sex offender jailed for life after murdering Wolverhampton nurse

A convicted sex offender will be behind bars for the rest of his life after a judge gave him a full life term for...

Appeal issued after rare Harry Potter prequel is stolen during a burglary in Kings...

Police have issued an appeal after a rare Harry Potter prequel, handwritten by the author J K Rowling, was stolen during a burglary in...

Stirchley man charged after the theft of a National Crime Agency vehicle

Detectives have charged a man in connection with the theft of a National Crime Agency vehicle stolen from outside a Solihull home. Police issued an...

New air quality plan published for consultation

Options open for consultation to reduce nitrogen dioxide in our towns and cities. The government today published a draft plan to improve air quality by...
Travellers on Kings Heath Park 2017

Charity event cancelled after travellers move onto Kings Heath Park

The Stroke Association has been forced to cancel its Step Out for Stroke fundraising event on Sunday (07th May) after travellers moved onto Kings...
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Man charged after a string of burglaries across South Birmingham

A man has been charged with a string of burglaries in south Birmingham as part of a West Midlands Police investigation into recent disturbances...

Council completes housing investment deal with local company

Birmingham City Council has completed an investment deal with life and pensions company Phoenix Life based in Wythall. The £45 million pound deal will assist the council...
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Council: It’s DIY season, so beware of doorstep sales and deals

Jacqui Kennedy, Corporate Director of Place at Birmingham City Council is urging local residents to be vigilant as rogue traders could be knocking on...

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