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Birmingham Post publishes supplement on family law | Birmingham Post
Birmingham Post | February 21, 2019
Birmingham Law Society has teamed up with the Post to look at the latest developments in this sector of the legal profession
Birmingham MPs back call for 'Kane's Law' to fight homelessness | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | February 20, 2019
Legislation would require all public services to work together to cut homelessness, following the death of Birmingham man Kane Walker
Birmingham bin strike is ON as workers man barricades | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | February 20, 2019
Industrial action escalates in bitter fight with council over 'secret payment' dispute.
Labour split: Birmingham's nine Labour MPs vow to stick with the party | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | February 20, 2019
Birmingham's Labour MPs say they won't split from the party after seven former colleagues leave to create The Independent Group
The Birmingham and Midlands hospitals seeing outbreaks of norovirus | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | February 20, 2019
Figures from Public Health England’s hospital norovirus outbreak reporting scheme (HNORS) recorded 10 outbreaks of norovirus-type symptoms
The heartbreaking toll alcohol is having on Brummies' health revealed | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | February 20, 2019
Exclusive figures show around 195 people were admitted to hospitals in Birmingham five or more times in 2017/18 due to conditions caused by alcohol
Alexander Stadium will be £75m white elephant, claim | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | February 19, 2019
As yet no long-term use has been identified for the stadium after Commonwealth Games 2022
Machete-wielding robbers, 'threats to kill', 130mph pursuits - on patrol with Central Motorway Police Group | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | February 17, 2019
Motorway cops from the CMPG have been drafted in to help catch car key burglars and carjackers as part of Operation Cantil
'Aggressive' beggar warning reissued after banning order breach in Erdington | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | February 16, 2019
Brian Cox is banned from entering Sutton Coldfield town centre and also prohibited from begging
Burglars struck 'more than 100 times a month' in Sutton Coldfield says police chief | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | February 16, 2019
Inspector Glynis Tomlinson urged the public to be the police's 'eyes and ears' and report everything
Battle to stop parking charges in Sutton Park hots up as council promises full business case 'in two months' | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | February 16, 2019
"If everyone works together there’s a pretty good chance we can get this changed around," said Cllr Ewan Mackey
Car dumped and set on fire at Sutton Coldfield beauty spot | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | February 15, 2019
The burnt out shell was found at the model aircraft flying field in Sutton Park close to Boldmere Gate
Broken CCTV claims denied by chiefs in Dudley | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | February 15, 2019
It was claimed that 40 per cent of the crime fighting system’s cameras were not working
Century-old allotments in Perry Barr under threat from bulldozers | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | February 15, 2019
Campaigners "devastated" to learn historic 121 plots could go as part of city council's Commonwealth Games masterplan
Angry parents stage protest over Walsall school closure | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | February 15, 2019
They feel they and their children have been 'failed' over Jane Lane School closure
Labour politicians row over whether Winston Churchill was a hero or villain | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | February 15, 2019
Black Country MP Ian Austin insists Churchill  was 'a real British hero' after Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell calls him 'villain'
Labour will give local councils a say in central government decisions | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | February 15, 2019
Shadow Local Government Secretary Andrew Gwynne says he'll work with councillors to deliver Labour's manifesto - even if many of them are Tories
Shopping centre protesters could stand in Sandwell local elections | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | February 15, 2019
Members of the Save Lion Farm Fields are considering entering Sandwell's local elections in May
Violent thugs 'vandalising stores and attacking shoppers' in village centre | Birmingham Mail
Birmingham Mail | February 15, 2019
Wednesfield residents say they are becoming more and more fearful of venturing into the centre