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Patients deaths linked to failings in care, report reveals | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 21, 2018
Thirty-seven deaths investigated between 2016 and 2018 at Dudley and Walsall Mental Health Trust
Birmingham turns its back on cash for grammar school expansion | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 21, 2018
Labour bosses say grammar schools reduce social mobility and widen achievement gap
Birmingham Post Business Awards sponsors enjoy Belfry breakfast | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 21, 2018
Sponsors of this year's business awards, which will be held on November 1 at the ICC, gathered for a networking breakfast at famous golf and hotel resort
Mayor 'has questions to answer' about public transport crime | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 21, 2018
Crime has risen over the past 12 months in the West Midlands, it was revealed
PwC chief to lead regional business growth body | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 21, 2018
West Midlands Growth Company recruits Matthew Hammond as its new chairman
Say no (again) to the Western Orbital road | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 21, 2018
Plans have been revived to build the so-called Western Orbital road, needed, some say, to cut traffic congestion in Birmingham and the Black Country.
The Birmingham choir that's not very vocal about its many triumphs! | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 21, 2018
Founded in the 1880s, Birmingham Choral Union is still going strong. Christopher Morley finds them in fine voices ahead a concert at St Paul’s in the Jewellery Quarter
'Dramatic' increase in children taken into care in Sandwell | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 21, 2018
And early indications show that demand for the council service is still increasing
Rotunda developer showcases 25-year history in new exhibition | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 21, 2018
Urban Splash curates retrospective displays charting the projects it has undertaken over the past quarter of a century
Worrying stats show Birmingham hospital waiting lists at highest level in 10 years | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 21, 2018
There were 52,501 people waiting for treatment at the trust at the end of April
Boohoo has launched The Love is Love clothes to celebrate Pride | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 21, 2018
The Manchester-based company has launched a new range in support of Pride
New video flies through £700m Paradise project | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 20, 2018
Animated video has been released by developers showing new offices buildings and revamped public space
Design unveiled for statue honouring Sikh soldiers of First World War | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 20, 2018
The 10ft-high monument in Smethwick, West Midlands, depicting a Sikh serviceman carrying a rifle, will pay tribute to the thousands of troops
Where to buy Love Island personalised towels, make-up bags and water bottles | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 20, 2018
The TV series has spawned a range of garish merchandise for the 2018 season
How to make sure you picnic like a boss this summer - the key tips you will have forgotten | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 20, 2018
Don't be the person at a picnic sitting on a plastic bag with an umbrella balanced between their neck and shoulder
Armed police rush to Sutton Park after ‘man with rifle’ report | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 20, 2018
A riot van and an armed response unit were on their way to Park Drive in Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield when officers discovered the 'weapon' was in fact a didgeridoo
Young motorcyclist critical after collision with a Land Rover in Tamworth | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 20, 2018
The collision between a motorbike and a Land Rover happened in Glascote Road
Politicians are convinced we need road pricing to cut pollution, but will motorists agree? | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 20, 2018
West Midlands councils tried introducing road pricing once before, but backed down in the face of opposition
Birmingham taxi driver licked woman's face as he grabbed her by the scarf | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 20, 2018
He grabbed her by the scarf before trying to 'stick his tongue down her throat'
How electric car revolution will help West Midlands beat pollution challenge | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 20, 2018
West Midlands Mayor backs region's engineers and car makers to solve the public health crisis
The new 12 shade Benefit Cosmetics foundation hailed perfect for summer skin | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 20, 2018
The new product is already a hit with beauty fans and promises natural and weightless coverage
Warning issued over bogus bins in Solihull | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 20, 2018
Questions were raised about an "odd-looking" bin which had appeared
Heated debate as tempers rise over recycling rate in Solihull | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 20, 2018
A "green smiley face" had been stuck next to figures which showed a slight dip in figures
Lorry and car collide causing traffic chaos | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 19, 2018
Two ambulances and two police cars were in attendance with one blocking off part of the road
Motorcyclist
Birmingham Mail | June 19, 2018
Seven police cars, the Midlands Air Ambulance from Staffordshire, two ambulances and a paramedic officer were all sent to the scene
M&S confirms Walsall store closure date | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 19, 2018
High street retailer says it will shut up shop at The Saddlers Centre in August as part of wider reduction in portfolio of stores
Pertemps chief named director of the year | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 19, 2018
Carmen Watson wins top prize at annual ceremony which is run by the West Midlands Institute of Directors
St Martin’s Place will be the most sought after address in Birmingham – here’s why | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 19, 2018
See why the luxury lifestyle development coming to the city centre is in demand
Mayor backs Birmingham city centre pollution charge | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 19, 2018
Cars could cost up to £10 while lorries and HGVs could cost up to £100
Bank of England will open office in Birmingham under a Labour government, says Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 19, 2018
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell puts Birmingham at the heart of Labour's plan to ensure regions outside of London are seen as a priority
'They singled him out and threatened to stab him' - Mum scared for son after terrifying mugging | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 19, 2018
The teenager was mugged in March even though he was with a large group
Unspent cash for deprived Dudley areas doubles to nearly £200,000 | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 19, 2018
Reports show that £181,828 has not been used over the past two years
New commercial team at The Ticket Factory | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 19, 2018
Team is tasked with creating more sales opportunities within ticketing arm of NEC Group
MPs demand publication of Amritsar Massacre files and public inquiry | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 19, 2018
Tom Watson and Preet Kaur Gill say the truth about the 1984 raid on the Golden Temple must now be told
Former Cabinet Minister Andrew Mitchell demands end to indefinite detention of immigrants | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 19, 2018
Birmingham MP Andrew Mitchell says it is a 'fundamental injustice' to detain migrants without any time limit
Birmingham clean air zone reaction: 'it is unimaginative and should be scrapped' | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 19, 2018
Opposition politicians and campaigners react to the council's pollution busting plans
Comment: We need more backing for West Mids manufacturers | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 19, 2018
Professor David Bailey looks at how a 50-year-old Black Country firm could offer an example for the future of the steel and automotive industry
Birmingham's silent killer - 900 a year die but nobody talks about it | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 18, 2018
After years of court cases and deliberation city authorities are finally preparing to act
'Unsafe' and 'inadequate' rating for home carer service in Wolverhampton | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 18, 2018
Inspectors said that Care Avenues Limited was putting patients at risk
Birmingham air pollution: 'This is a public health emergency' | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 18, 2018
Kings Heath asthma sufferer Peter Edwards worries about the affect of pollution on his daughter
Forty-one flats set to be created inside Solihull town centre office building | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 18, 2018
The proposals would see "the entire" three-storey office building turned over to residential use
Legoland Birmingham: All we know so far with attraction heading to city centre soon | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 18, 2018
Already there are signs of what is to come, in the shape of a 10ft tall giraffe standing outside the future the Lego Discovery Centre in Birmingham
Details of clean air zone charge for Birmingham revealed and it's not all bad for drivers | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 18, 2018
But the heaviest polluting cars will be charged up to £10 per day to enter new clean air zone after 2020
Cannon Street in Birmingham city centre sealed off after '20ft deep sinkhole' opens up | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 18, 2018
Cannon Street has been cordoned off after it was noticed the road had started to sink
Future Faces Awards unveils 2018 shortlist | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | June 18, 2018
Chamber of Commerce's fourth annual awards will celebrate the rising stars of Greater Birmingham's business community
Thousands of motorists fined for driving in bus lanes in Solihull | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 18, 2018
Nearly 4,000 motorists were caught and fines collected totalled £81,569          
Internet giant Google backs down and finally gives Sutton Coldfield 'Royal Town' status | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 17, 2018
MP Andrew Mitchell said the Royal Town name is 'cherished and well-used'
Tributes paid to sporting hero 'Mr Sutton Coldfield' Andy Biddle who died suddenly during cricket match | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 16, 2018
Andy played for both Sutton Coldfield Town FC and Sutton Coldfield Cricket Club
Domestic violence service thrown lifeline in Sandwell | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 15, 2018
The Independent Domestic Violence Advisors project has helped more than 200 victims
Is this the oldest teacher in the UK? Still inspiring kids in classroom at age of 80 | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | June 15, 2018
John Clifford has been teaching at Wood Green Academy in Wednesbury since 1961