A Birmingham businessman was today (May 10) ordered to pay £100,000 at Birmingham Crown Court, after being found in possession of a large quantity of counterfeit goods.
Cabinet is set to give the go-ahead to the development of a plan to identify the investment required to regenerate Druids Heath. The funding itself will come from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA), rather than Birmingham City Council, but the proposed Druids Heath Investment Options Strategy aims to identify the priorities for the estate […]
With just 10 days to go until the start of the NatWest T20 Blast, Warwickshire County Cricket Club has revealed a new Birmingham Bears T20 community programme with Birmingham City Council.
Ground breaking ceremonies at Birmingham and Doncaster sites mark the start of construction of the National College for High Speed Rail (NCHSR). Leader of Birmingham City Council John Clancy and College Chair Terry Morgan visited the Birmingham site. The college will provide the specialist training, skills and qualifications required to build HS2 and future rail […]
Great grandparents Lynne and Graham Chalk will be amongst the guests at the opening of the new Longbridge Village show homes. The couple married when Lynne was just 16 and Graham was two years older. “Usually at our time of life we are looking back but now we are looking forward and I can’t tell […]
Results will appear here on Saturday 7 May Sutton New Hall Name Party Votes Leeford Claude Beresford Allen Con 2,964 Ian Stuart Brindley Lab 1,298 Neil Christopher Dance Ind 1,915 Joanne Kay Ellis Con 3,077 Derrick Paul Griffin Con 2,845 Jim Haywood Ind 1,698 Ann Holtom Lib Dem 672 Betty Paintain Lib Dem 858 Robin […]