Updated 6:26am 26 May 2013
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A poll of 2,000 small Birmingham businesses revealed two-thirds believe the £33 billion HS2 high-speed rail link is a waste of money.Read
The new-look New Street Station passed its first test as thousands of passengers arrived for rush hour.Read
All West Midlands speed cameras have been turned off as police and councils swap to using mobile vans to catch drivers.Read
An independent Birmingham record shop is bucking the trend for downloads as loyal customers old and new keep returning for their vinyl fix.Read
As the Royal Shakespeare Company opens its costume store to the public for the first time, Catherine Lillington takes a look at what historical treats are on offer.Read
Swimmers still waiting for a dip in Birmingham’s Moseley Road Baths have been left disappointed – after the jinxed pool was hit by a new setback.Read
A Birmingham Conservative club is suffering from an overpowering smell of rotten eggs, claiming it is being caused by nearby Severn Trent sewage equipment.Read
Church workers in Birmingham were given training on how to keep children in their parish safe from harm.Read
A conservation group has accused supermarket giant Sainsbury’s of reneging on a deal to restore a section of a Birmingham canal as part of a huge development plan in the city.Read
One of Birmingham’s most protected areas has been ‘blighted’ by a decision to install uPVC windows and doors in hundreds of homes.Read
Plans for a new flagship RSPCA hospital and rescue centre near Birmingham have been revealed.Read
More than 200,000 people enjoyed everything from clog tapping to break dancing at Birmingham Artsfest.Read
A Birmingham man has been jailed for four years for stabbing his friend to death with a pair of scissors in a drunken row over a missing MP3 player.Read
A Birmingham theatre has been criticised for being “irresponsible” for encouraging visitors through its doors while the riots raged.Read
An exhibition giving an insight into the Polish community which settled in Birmingham during the Second World War is to open next month.Read
The number of stray dogs destroyed in the West Midlands has risen by 60 per cent so far in the past year, according to new figures.Read
A 16-year-old boy who tried to organise riots using Facebook has been told he faces imprisonment.Read
Birmingham’s new landmark library has had the first part of its striking façade lifted into place.Read
Catherine Lillington works as a general news reporter on the Birmingham Mail, covering patches in the south of the city and stories for the jobs pages.
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