Media watch – Sept 25

By on 25/09/2012 in Media Watch

Top Birmingham City Council stories

Fresh hope to save wholesale markets (Birmingham Mail) Fresh consultation over the future of the city's wholesale markets has been launched. Deputy Leader Cllr Ian Ward quoted.

Tenants snap up new homes (Birmingham Mail) Tenants are starting to move into the latest batch of new city council homes, a total of 21 at the Horizon development in Newtown.

Council may go to law on GCSEs (Birmingham Mail) The council is considering legal action after the controversy surrounding this year's English examination grades, which saw some pupils obtain results lower than they had expected.

Regional Headlines:

Extensive coverage of yesterday's poor weather, which caused flooding after one month's rain fell in 24 hours.

Midlands air ambulance wants to by night helicopter

National Headlines:
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Abu Hamza court ruling welcomed

Police log details Mitchell row

Cameron to reaffirm UK aid pledge

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