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An image taken in Ladypool Road, Sparkbrook, in 1959 gets the blended treatment

Images of Birmingham in days gone by get blended treatment

Images from Chamberlain Square, Five Ways and Sparkbrook are also among our latest batch to be blended with those taken decades apart

Photo exhibition captures life in Balsall Heath in 1968

Ghost Streets Of Balsall Heath pictures by Janet Mendelsohn go on display at Old Print Works

Springfield Primary School in Moseley has come under fire from Ofsted

Trojan Horse school's governing body to be removed

Leaders of  Springfield Primary School in Moseley under fire from government inspectors following latest visit from watchdog Ofsted

Jess Phillips, the newly elected MP for Yardley

Region's MPs keep it in the family as claims revealed

Commons publishes allowances and interests

Architect John Madin with a model of Central Library

The John Madin buildings being razed to the ground in Birmingham

A look at some of the work created by the divisive Moseley architect which has gone...or is living a charmed life

Parents have complaints about traffic outside schools

Call for end to Birmingham schools' traffic carnage

Parent tells councillors it is dangerous taking her children to school owing to mass of traffic outside

Birmingham Properties Group unveils £45m development plans

Group unveils a host of residential schemes following major investment in West Midland properties

Rebecca Broughton, 28, and Violet Thomas, 60 with their new bikes from the Big Birmingham Bike giveaway

Free ride for lucky commuters as city gives away 5,000 bikes

A total of 40 bikes were handed over to their new owners in Victoria Square - the start of a 5,000 bike giveaway under the council’s Birmingham Cycle Revolution scheme.

Keith Marsden, landlord of the Prince of Wales, Moseley

Couple behind Prince of Wales in Moseley named UK's top licensees

The British Institute of Innkeeping Licensee of the Year Award for 2015 has been given to Keith and Diane Marsden, who run the popular Moseley pub

Andrew Bryant, sales and lettings manager at CPBigwood

Birmingham rents 'running hotter than London's' in parts

Expert claims the statistics are another reason for owners to take the plunge and put their properties on to the rental market

A blended image showing Birmingham Law Courts in 1900 and 2012

More blended images showing how Birmingham has changed from days gone by

A unique look at the changing face of the city with Edgbaston stadium, the Birmingham law courts and high streets of Erdington and Moseley given the blended image treatment

Sir Albert Bore with Labour councillors

Edgbaston used to lead way on election night, but no more

General election counts in Birmingham take longer and longer, but the locals were rushed through in a matter of minutes

Deliveroo driver in Birmingham Arslan Zahid

Deliveroo restaurant service launches in Birmingham

Online delivery service has signed up more than 40 outlets in Birmingham with Solihull set to come on board next month

Victorian detached home in Park Hill, Moseley.

Kitchen extension a real bonus in Victorian home

Work at the rear vastly enhances this fine three-storey period home in Moseley

Birmingham teenager bids to become UK's youngest councillor

Luke Holland, who just turned 18, is standing as an independent candidate in the Moseley and Kings Heath ward

170 Middleton Hall Road in Kings Norton.

Buyers get value for money with this six bedroom Kings Norton home

This Kings Norton house has real character at an appealing price

Keith Marsden, landlord of the Prince of Wales, Moseley

Birmingham pubs raise glass to new law that could bring down price of a pint

Pubs Code given final approval in Parliament, giving thousands of community pubs more power to buy beer without restrictions

Damascena on Alcester Road in Moseley

Birmingham's top 10 coffee houses revealed

Damascena Coffee House in Moseley, which only opened last June, is the number one ranked coffee shop in the city on Tripadvisor

BBC in Birmingham

BBC Midlands fair share campaign backed by production industry

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Senior industry figures say the television production sector in Birmingham has been crushed with BBC investment largely focused on all regions but the Midlands

Architect John Madin in front of Central Library

A brutal end for the vision of John Madin

Demolition starts this month to tear down one of Birmingham's most recognisable landmarks. As fans of Central Library bid it a fond farewell, Tamlyn Jones takes a look at the legacy of its controversial architect

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