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© 2017 Trinity Mirror Midlands
11:48, 17 AUG 2017
Ed Balls: The West Midlands has been shortchanged in the Budget
Ed Balls believes Birmingham and the West Midlands have been short-changed by Chancellor George Osborne in a Budget which promised better deals for Manchester and Cambridge alone.
Patient safety concerns at Midland hospital trust
Patient safety at Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust has been branded 'inadequate' by inspectors.
Birmingham City Council
Serco handed control of Birmingham's leisure centres
The company will design and build four new swimming pools at Erdington, Stechford Cascades, Icknield Port Loop, in Edgbaston, and Northfield
General Election 2015 survey: Help us produce a Manifesto for Birmingham
The Birmingham Post is today launching a survey to find out what our readers want.
£30m boost to Birmingham cycling scene
The city council has been awarded a £22.1 million Department for Transport grant which, topped up with £7.9 million local funding
From the archives: How to lead ‘healthier and therefore more cheerful life’ in Bournville
Set of rules state that if followed they could ensure you live ‘ten years longer than those who ignore them’
Good Hope, Solihull and Heartlands hospitals rake in £4m for parking
The Heart of England NHS Trust, which runs Good Hope, Solihull and Heartlands hospitals was top of the league for money received from parking charges
'Climate of fear' within NHS according to whistleblowers
Review hears evidence that bullying has led some whistleblowers to brink of suicide.
Birmingham Women's Hospital
Birmingham Women's Hospital set for £63m facelift
The hospital, which has been on its Edgbaston site since 1968, is to get a new gynaecology unit, expanded maternity unit and new in-patient accommodation
Birmingham City Council
'eBay-style auction' for elderly at Birmingham social services
City council accused of taking the humanity out of the care home system to find places for the elderly
Politicians have failed to listen to the public on immigration, warns Labour MP
A survey of constituents by a Birmingham MP found a substantial minority opposes any form of immigration
New partner for Mills & Reeve's health and care team
Rhian Vandrill joins as a partner from Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co
NHS staff who speak out 'could still lose job'
Whistleblower says he hopes no-one else should endure his ordeal on the eve of a key report from Sir Robert Francis into creating an open reporting culture in the NHS
Long time since Labour's prawn cocktail offensive
Last time Labour was in opposition the party launched the "prawn cocktail offensive", when it wined and dined business leaders in an attempt to convince them that Labour was on their side.
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
£60m cuts at Queen Elizabeth Hospital to be piled on 'untenable' financial pressures
QE's finance chief warns that frontline healthcare will suffer as city's flagship hospital faces demands to make massive savings
Wesleyan appoints new head of sales for medical north team
Ian Copley will lead a team of 94 financial consultants and seven area managers in the North of England, providing advice and products to meet the needs of medical professionals
Business of Sport
Accepting childhood inactivity comes at a great cost
Action needed as report highlights too many kids not fit for purpose.
Birmingham City Council
Beleagured Birmingham City Council's relief at Eric Pickles' team of trouble shooters
Worries that Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles would send some politically motivated gung ho character to stride into town like a new sheriff in Dodge City to clean up the Council House have to some extent been allayed.
Birmingham City University
£20m scheme to build School of Life Sciences in Edgbaston
Birmingham City University is investing to expand its Edgbaston campus with specialist laboratories for courses in health, nutrition and biomedicine
UK Independence Party
Want to know what UKIP believe? Read their manifesto pledges
UKIP's 2014 manifesto has been delayed, but we can look at what Nigel Farage and his colleagues were promising last time
Birmingham Post backs #NoVoteNoVoice campaign to get people voting
We get behind a scheme to get more people to the ballot box (and fewer listening to Russell Brand)
Quinto Lounge opens in Sutton Coldfield as flurry of new restaurants goes on
Quinto Lounge, opposite Cambaz in Birmingham Road, is the latest venue in the city for the Bristol-based Loungers group
In figures: The State of the NHS in Birmingham and the Black Country
David Cameron admits the NHS is "under pressure" this winter - and Labour claims it's "facing a crisis". So what's happening in West Midland health services?
Almost a fifth of Birmingham A&E patients have to wait four hours in festive period
The worst performer in the last week of December was Heart of England hospitals, where just 82.2% were seen in four hours