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© 2017 Trinity Mirror Midlands
09:43, 16 DEC 2015
New Birmingham ward boundaries could push Moseley Village out of Moseley
Proposed changes to the political landscape of Birmingham could "rip the heart' out of popular village as residents digest future of the city
Nuns behind Call The Midwife put Birmingham convent up for sale
The hit BBC1 show was inspired by sisters from the Community of St. John the Divine in Alum Rock during their time in London in the 1950s
Birmingham rents 'running hotter than London's' in parts
Expert claims the statistics are another reason for owners to take the plunge and put their properties on to the rental market
The Birmingham cyclists proving that the sport is not discriminatory
After Edgbaston Conservative councillor Deirdre Alden suggested cycling was discriminatory and predominately for young, white men, Mary Griffin meets some cyclists desperate to prove her wrong
Big bike giveaway to kickstart £24m cycling revolution
Birmingham is offering a massive 5,000 bike giveaway in a desperate bid to get people to take to pedal power.
It is easy to agree poverty must end but the question is what do we do?
Bishop of Birmingham David Urquhart calls for a huge increase in the minimum wage, finding enough money to provide breakfast to those sleeping rough in the city, and the importance of communal eating.
Birmingham City Council
Keanu Williams murder: Lessons are not being learned, says NSPCC chief
“It simply isn’t good enough to say that lessons will be learnt from serious case reviews when all of the evidence before us suggests they are not."
Birmingham City Council
Keanu Williams death: Children's services boss says Birmingham doesn't have enough great social workers
Review into Ward End boy's murder says he was failed by child protection agencies in city.
Upheaval of social services after Keanu Williams's death ‘would be mistake’
Ex-head of Birmingham children’s services has warned against ‘Maoist-style’ restructure in the wake of the tragic Keanu Williams case
Library of Birmingham
End of an era as Birmingham Central Library to close for good
Central Library closes on June 29 as part of move to Library of Birmingham
Revealed: Toxic dangers lurking in women's cosmetics on sale in Birmingham
Consumer Editor Emma McKinney reveals the deadly products putting Birmingham women at risk in their quest for beauty.