News: A West Midlands police inspector has been found guilty of misconduct after he accused his wife's lover of bogus motoring offences.
Mark Hession used the Police National Database to find the personal details of Stuart Edwards and then issue notices of prosecution.
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Business: Birmingham International Airport has thrown its weight behind an innovative educational project designed to strengthen the forecasted renaissance in the region's engineering fortunes and help to reshape local education as specialised vocational diplomas come 'on stream'.
Operating under the 'Moving Forward' banner, the scheme aims to bring together and enlist the support of forward-looking organisations and employers, with a view to broadening the experience particularly of 14-19 year-olds, and engage them in mechanical engineering activity.
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Sport: Chairman David Gold has dismissed claims from former Birmingham skipper Kenny Cunningham that he will walk out on the club following their relegation from the Premiership.
Central defender Cunningham launched a stinging attack on City, including Gold and co-owner David Sullivan, after being told he was being released after four years at St Andrews.
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Culture: Canadian violinist Leila Leikowicz talks to Arts Editor Terry Grimley about her role in this week's CBSO Menelssohn Concerto at Birmingham Symphony Hall.
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