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09:59, 22 AUG 2013
Tesco fined £300k for strawberries 'offer' after Birmingham shopper's complaint
Supermarket giant Tesco was prosecuted today at Birmingham Crown Court under the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations Act 2008
Graffiti vandals ruin Moseley mural after just one day
Moseley work of art has word 'Tesco'daubed all over it
Chamber of Commerce
More than 5,000 apply for jobs at Midland Tesco
Rising unemployment blamed as almost 20 people apply for each position in new store
Steve McCabe: Luck, leadership and the vexed question of Europe
In recent days the retirements of both Sir Alex Ferguson and his once-cherished protégé David Beckham have resulted in gushing commentaries on their ability to influence those around them.
Tesco drops plan to build supermarket on site of former Moseley car dealer
Tesco has pulled out of plans to build a supermarket in Moseley, to the delight of campaigners who had protested against the development for many years.
Boss of The Public urges council to drop college extension plan
The boss of a controversial art gallery, branded a "gross waste of public money" by MPs, has challenged plans by a local authority to convert the venue into an extension of the town’s college.
College plan prompts calls to keep The Public in public domain
The boss of a controversial art gallery, branded a “gross waste of public money” by MPs, has challenged plans by a local authority to convert the venue into an extension of the town’s college.
Jim Wood-Smith: Fresh & Easy turns out to be rotten
This will be terribly unfair, but I cannot help but be extremely angry that Tesco's wholly predictable American disaster, Fresh & Easy, has cost shareholders a fortune.
Inside the city meat lab keeping horses at bay
A Birmingham laboratory is pioneering work to ensure that horse meat is kept off shop shelves.
Rich List 2013: No.15 - Sir David Samworth (£490m)
In June this year, teams of employees, clients and suppliers from Sir David Samworth’s Leicester food supply business will be running, canoeing and cycling around a gruelling course in the Scottish Highlands – all in the cause of charity.
Rich List 2013: No.=43 - Simon Clarke (£120m)
Simon Clarke’s St Modwen regeneration company won the Commercial Developer of the Year award at the recent commercial property awards.
Rich List 2013: No.=47 - Woon Wing Yip (£105m)
Woon Wing Yip OBE is investing more than £5 million on a major expansion of his Nechells-based Chinese and oriental superstore and headquarters.
MG hoping for sales boost after entering British Touring Car Championship
MG Motors UK faces a race against time if it is to realistically compete for honours in this year’s British Touring Car Championships.
Chris Upton: Curtain goes up on a new theatre for the city
It’s one of those urban myths of Birmingham. An empty theatre in the centre of the city, fully equipped with stage, auditorium and lighting, which was never used.
Historic and tranquil Knowle
Emma Pinch looks at the appeal of Knowle as a place to live
Coasting on anarchy
Created in a draughty barn in Cornwall, Kneehigh's individual style of theatre has won growing national and international acclaim, writes Terry Grimley...