Food trader ordered to pay £2,600

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A Birmingham food retailer, which pleaded guilty to three offences under the Food Safety and Hygiene (England) Regulations 2008, was ordered to pay £2,600 at Birmingham Magistrates Court today (16 April 2015). Spiceland Frozen Foods Ltd, based at 305 Birchfield Road, Perry Barr, was fined £1,800 and ordered pay £800 towards court costs. Birmingham City […]

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Life-saving health checks on offer at Vaisakhi Mela

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Visitors to one of the world’s largest Vaisakhi celebrations will be offered a potentially life-saving health ‘MOT’ later this month.

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Media Watch – 16 April

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Top Birmingham City Council stories ‘Stay away’ – drivers told to steer clear of traffic hell in Paradise (Birmingham Post and Birmingham Mail):  Coverage of the briefing on the next phase of Paradise Circus, as demolition work on the old Central Library is set to begin next month, with motorists being urged to avoid the […]

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Making Birmingham Greener and Healthier Awards 2015

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Birmingham’s Sustainability & Recycling Awards have changed – to become broader in appeal they have now become the Making Birmingham Greener and Healthier Awards

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Reception class 2015 intake – offers at 16 April 2015

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Reception 2015 intake – offers as at 16 April 2015   Birmingham Pupils 15,785 parent/carers submitted an application requesting a reception place for their child for September 2015 prior to the closing date of 15 January 2015 35,687 preferences were expressed 12,108 (77.4%) applications were made on-line* 13,375 (84.7%) were offered their first preferred school […]

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Organisational Improvement Action Plan Highlight Report April 2015

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Click here for the first monthly report on progress that the council is making against the Organisational Improvement Action Plan The Action Plan, which is externally monitored by the Birmingham Independent Improvement Panel, was created in response to the recommendations made by the Kerslake Review. Our work with the Birmingham Independent Improvement Panel

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City centre motorists advised to plan journeys

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A new set of road and pedestrian changes is due to come into operation in Birmingham city centre to support the continuing £500 million Paradise redevelopment. Birmingham City Council is advising motorists to expect some delays and to plan their journeys carefully. A schedule of road changes in and around Paradise Circus has been in […]

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Media Watch – 15 April 2015

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Top Birmingham City Council stories Lawyers alert on school places appeals (Birmingham Mail): Birmingham law firm Match says it is taking on extra staff to cope with extra demand after a high number of calls from parents preparing for disappointment, and looking to appeal, when reception and primary school place offers are announced tomorrow.  Story refers […]

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Brandwood Ward

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Brandwood Statement of persons nominated for the 2015 Local Election. Results will appear here. Alan Blumenthal UKIP Christopher James Foster Burgess Liberal Democrats *Barry Stephen Henley Labour Lizzy Sharman Green Neville Anthony Summerfield Conservative *Denotes retiring Councillor for the Ward *Denotes retiring Councillor for the Ward

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Bournville Ward

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Bournville Statement of persons nominated for the 2015 Local Election. Results will appear here. Steven John Brookes UKIP *Tim Huxtable Conservative Ian James Jamieson Green Mary Anne Locke Labour and Co-operative Party Trevor Peter Sword Liberal Democrats *Denotes retiring Councillor for the Ward

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