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Use of foodbanks more than doubles in the West Midlands
Volunteers at Trussell Trust provided 93,461 people in the West Midlands with three days worth of emergency food in 2013/14, compared to 41,396 the previous year
West Midlands Police
One thousand police on duty for EDL rally in Birmingham city centre
Extra officers drafted in for English Defence League demonstration in Centenary Square
Stafford Hospital patients 'shown lack of respect'
New accusations from patients after Francis report criticises management of Midland hospital
Birmingham tattoo studio owner calls for better industry regulation
A tattoo studio owner has stressed the importance of doing your research before getting inked – after calls for better regulation of the industry were made.
The Hawthorns Stadium
West Brom legends attend Halesowen funeral of kitman Dave Matthews
Five decades of West Bromwich Albion history came together to celebrate the life of legendary kitman Dave Matthews and say final farewell at his funeral on Wednesday.
Cradley Heath postman buried 29,000 letters in his garden
A Midland postman has been jailed for destroying almost 30,000 letters he should have pushed through letterboxes.
Broad Street Birmingham
Star names of stage and screen pay tribute to 100-year-old Birmingham Rep
The Birmingham Rep celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. Famous names who have performed there pay tribute to the venue.
Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousufazi wakes after op to repair skull and hearing
A PAKISTANI schoolgirl shot by the Taliban has woken from two successful operations to repair her skull and hearing at a Birmingham Hospital.
Sixty EDL supporters hold demonstration in Solihull town centre
Sixty English Defence League supporters have held a demonstration Solihull town centre.
Campaign launched after train fare increases
A campaign has been launched to end “shocking” rail fare price rises set to sting thousands of Midland commuters after the festive break.
Flood victims face insurance woes
Families face being out of their homes for Christmas after floods swept the Midlands.
More flooding predicted in Midlands as heavy rain continues
New flooding could hit weather-battered Birmingham today as the city prepares for further heavy rain.