Media Watch – July 28 (pm)

By on 28/07/2009 in Media Watch

Top Birmingham City Council Stories

Boss: Slump will hit NEC hard (Birmingham Mail) National Exhibition Centre to be hit hard by recession and facing the toughest downturn for more than a decade.

Regional Headlines

A bitter contract dispute between cabbies and Birmingham International Airport has ended after a judge ruled airport bosses acted legally (Birmingham Mail, BBC Midlands Today).

Relatives appeal for help in finding the killer of a Birmingham taxi driver who was stabbed in the head (Midlands Today, Central, Birmingham Mail, Birmingham news online).

BBC presenter denies wounding youth at his former bar (Birmingham Mail).

National Headlines

A legal attempt by the government to cut compensation given to two injured servicemen has been widely criticised.

A man and his two sons from London, who made millions of pounds from a pirate DVD scam, are jailed.

House prices in England and Wales have risen month-on-month for the first time since January 2008, according to the Land Registry.



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