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Andrew Mitchell outside his north London home

'Plebgate' officer accepts £80,000 damages

The conclusion of PC Toby Rowland’s defamation case against the MP has been announced at the High Court

Protesters hijack city council budget meeting

Campaigners chant 'shame on you' as authority's leaders clash over £105m cuts to services including Library of Birmingham

World's oldest working steam engine is Birmingham Museums Trust's Object of the Month for March

The Smethwick Engine at Thinktank
The engine becomes the third of a series of objects of the month the museum will be unveiling through the Post to highlight the finest civic collection in England

Birmingham City Council raises over £800k with car park sales

Northwood Street Car Park in the Jewellery Quarter is one of several city council-owned sites sold at auction
Successful auction for troubled authority as continues to dispose of its assets with car parks being sold way above guide price

Seven Capital appoints CWA to city centre developments

CWA director Steve Wedge
Jewellery Quarter engineering consultancy continues ongoing relationship with property investor as it ploughs £150m in Birmingham's residential market

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Andrew Mitchell outside his north London home

'Plebgate' officer accepts £80,000 damages

The conclusion of PC Toby Rowland’s defamation case against the MP has been announced at the High Court

The Women on Wheels cycle club in Handsworth Park, Instructor Sabriha Abdou takes the ladies round the lake.

£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

Lara Ratnaraja, freelance creative industries consultant; Dave Peebles, The Custard Factory; Chris Bryant, MP and John Kampfner, Creative Industries Federation

Chris Bryant MP outlines Labour's arts and culture pledges during Fazeley Studios speech

MPs tells delegates he cannot promise the same doubling and trebling of budgets because society lives in a different world at the moment

CWA director Steve Wedge

Seven Capital appoints CWA to city centre developments

Jewellery Quarter engineering consultancy continues ongoing relationship with property investor as it ploughs £150m in Birmingham's residential market

Gavin Wade, centre, of Eastside Projects at their Digbeth gallery.

How to curate a city like Birmingham

Gavin Wade: Eastside Projects is currently deep in the process of choosing an artist to get the most out of Birmingham.

How many politicians does it take to run Europe's largest local authority?

The council chamber inside Birmingham Council House.
The city's councillors are getting nervous as recommendations suggest their numbers should be reduced from 120 to 100

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CWA director Steve Wedge

Seven Capital appoints CWA to city centre developments

The Smethwick Engine at Thinktank

World's oldest working steam engine is Birmingham Museums Trust's Object of the Month for March

New image of the Beorma Quarter shows Adagio Hotel taking shape on the left and former Digbeth Cold Storage building

Beorma Quarter takes shape ahead of summer opening

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