Media Watch – April 14

By on 14/04/2015 in Media Watch

Top Birmingham City Council Stories

Continued widespread coverage of local election campaign.

Free ParkLives activities in parks across Birmingham (BBC WM) Feature looking at a busy summer schedule of Birmingham City Council’s ParkLives and Active Parks initiatives.

Still time to enter the Great Birmingham 10k (Birmingham Mail) Runners still have time to enter Birmingham’s first big race of the year.

Regional Headlines

Pig heads dumped outside Solihull ‘mosque’
Pig heads have been dumped outside an old ambulance station after it was claimed the building was being illegally used as a mosque.

Birmingham teenager dies on Lanzarote holiday
A teenager from Birmingham has died while on holiday in Lanzarote, his school has said. Bishop Challoner Catholic College, in Kings Heath, said Logan Kehoe, who was in year eight, was “a much loved and valued young student”.

National Headlines

Continued widespread coverage of General Election campaign.

Breath test ‘could give clues to stomach cancer risk’
A simple breath test could help predict whether people with gut problems are at high risk of developing stomach cancer, an early study shows.


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