Media Watch – Sept 17

By on 17/09/2013 in Media Watch

Top Birmingham City Council Stories:

Junk Free Checkouts campaign (R5Live, BBC WM, Free Radio, BBC Breakfast) Public Health Birmingham’s Linda Hindle interviewed about the fight to ban unhealthy food from supermarket checkouts.

Fear that veils debate may trigger ‘Islamophobia’ (Birmingham Mail)

£10m cash for city towpaths (Waterways World) Plans to extend towpaths as part of the council’s cycling revolution

Regional Headlines:

Murdered on first day at college
Detectives are hunting a knifeman after a 16-year-old Birmingham student was stabbed to death in Moseley

Daniel Pelka serious case review
National and regional coverage of the publication of the serious case review into the death of Daniel Pelka in Coventry

National Headlines:

Washington gunman was ex-serviceman
The gunman who killed 12 people at a naval installation was a former Navy serviceman

Costa Concordia ship set upright
Engineers in Italy succeeded in setting the cruise ship upright

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