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Aston Expressway will be closed over weekends this summer

Aston Expressway to close for SEVEN weekends in a row

Major Birmingham road and Spaghetti Junction will be shut during summer weekends to allow repair to be carried out

Goscote Lodge Crescent had only just been cleaned up after an earlier fly-tipping problem.

'Fly-tipping epidemic in Birmingham MUST be stopped' - here's why

Almost 200 illegal dumping incidents spotted and reported by Hodge Hill MP Liam Byrne during the election campaign

DUP leader Arlene Foster at the Belfast election count.

Conservatives agree £1 billion deal with the DUP to keep Theresa May in power

Northern Ireland will get an extra £1 billion for hospitals, schools and roads as part of deal to ensure the Conservatives can win key Commons votes

Digbeth's new public space will be as big as Victoria Square and packed with festivals, markets and events

Details emerge as huge Connaught Square development gets unveiled to city planners for the first time

Commonwealth Games 2022: Where Birmingham will host gymnastics, boxing and weight-lifting

Four world-class arenas will underpin the city's bid for the Commonwealth Games in 2022

Cars parked during the school run on Wheelers Lane, Kings Heath

£100k war chest to tackle school run bust-ups

Cash to encourage parents to leave the car at home

20mph speed limit

This is where the next 20mph roads are coming in Birmingham

More areas to be covered later this year before transport bosses take stock of impact on road safety 

The August 2011 riots

Police 'would struggle to cope with new riots' after budgets slashed to the bone, says top cop

West Midlands chief constable warns forces could 'snap under pressure'

Cabinet minister Sajid Javid pledges justice for Grenfell Tower victims

Bromsgrove MP says tragedy has 'shaken my comprehension of what it means to be in office'

EU nationals living in UK CAN stay after Brexit, Theresa May confirms

The Prime Minister told a European Council summit in Brussels that she wanted to offer "certainty"

Birmingham binmen confirm SIX dates for industrial action in July and August

Unions plan series of stoppages in row over proposed job losses and bullying

Virgin Train

Three rail firms bidding to run the West Coast Main Line and HS2 have been named

Government reveals shortlist of three firms hoping to run rail services on the West Coast Main Line and High Speed Two

Antiques Roadshow Faberge ornament 'valued at £1m' at Black Country Living Museum

The find was described as "one of the most significant jewellery finds in 40 years of Antiques Roadshow history"

Former International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell attacks Boris Johnson's takeover of aid budget

Senior Tory Andrew Mitchell voices concern about Boris Johnson's takeover of international development, and Conservative attempts to redefine foreign aid

Harry Higgins from Moseley was the first to use the pool

Historic Moseley Road Baths given reprieve from closure

Supporters of Balsall Heath Pool given extra nine months to come up with rescue plan for threatened facility

Birmingham headteachers demand Theresa May scraps school cuts

Birmingham schools face £100 million funding shortfall by 2022 meaning staff could be cut, hours rolled back and spending on books, buildings and equipment reduced

Why Birmingham GPs want to stop writing some prescriptions

Cough and cold remedies among medicines in the firing line under patient consultation

Queen Elizabeth II and the Prince of Wales in the House of Lords for the State Opening of Parliament

Here's how the Queen's Speech could affect you

What's in the Queen's Speech and why does it matter to me and you?

Here are the eight Brexit laws Parliament will debate over the next two years

No fewer than eight new laws are needed to prepare the way for leaving the European Union, according to the Government

Prime Minister Theresa May

Here's what's NOT in the Queen's Speech after Theresa May ditched her manifesto

Prime Minister Theresa May has abandoned many of the policies she set out in her general election manifesto

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Aston Expressway will be closed over weekends this summer

Aston Expressway to close for SEVEN weekends in a row

Goscote Lodge Crescent had only just been cleaned up after an earlier fly-tipping problem.

'Fly-tipping epidemic in Birmingham MUST be stopped' - here's why

DUP leader Arlene Foster at the Belfast election count.

Conservatives agree £1 billion deal with the DUP to keep Theresa May in power

In This Week's Paper

Journalists

Graeme Brown
Editor (Agenda and Business)
Enda Mullen
Business Reporter
Tamlyn Jones
Business Reporter
Neil Elkes
Local Government Correspondent
Emma McKinney
Education Correspondent
Ben Hurst
News Editor
Jonathan Walker
Political Editor