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Hardcore Take That fans will never forget the night they camped out at Villa Park for tickets to see the original band tour for the first time in 15 years.Read
Students at the University of Birmingham have been given hundreds of pounds in compensation after lecturers sent their exam papers to the wrong address.Read
Birmingham's last surviving gentlemen's club, the Jewellery Quarter's 150-year-old Saint Paul's Club, has changed its rules to allow women to join. Read
The sun was shining on Birmingham as about 11,500 people took to the streets on Sunday for the city’s half marathon.
The sun was shining on Birmingham as 15,000 people took to the streets yesterday for the city’s half marathon.Read
Efforts are being made to help save a former Birmingham school which has been named one of the most endangered buildings in England and Wales. Catherine Lillington reports
A listed former Birmingham school has been included in a list of the ten most endangered buildings in England and Wales.Read
Cofton Park was transformed into a scene which some described as a moment of heaven on earth as the clouds broke at the very moment Pope Benedict XVI arrived.Read
Birmingham proved itself a capital for culture when 270,000 people turned up to Britain’s biggest free arts festival.Read
A Birmingham man has been accused of selling hundreds of fake certificates including health and safety qualifications and a top class masters degree from Oxford University.Read
A chemical spill at the University of Birmingham saw 11 people undergo screening after they showed signs of exposure to a harmful gas.Read
An eight-foot boa constrictor who mysteriously vanished from a Birmingham flat three weeks ago has been found – in a two-inch gap under its tank.Read
Residents are preparing for a long battle into the winter against an unauthorised travellers’ camp on Warwickshire green belt land. Catherine Lillington reports.Read
A deadly eight-foot Boa constrictor has given its Birmingham owner the slip – and is on the loose in the city.Read
Catherine Lillington discovers how the goings-on down in Ambridge make their way from a scriptwriters’ imagination into the hearts of the nation.Read
A BOY of 16 was killed beneath a bus as a night out with friends ended in tragedy.Read
A Birmingham college which has announced 100 job cuts and the closure of a nursery has defended its plans and blamed the Government for reducing its public spending.Read
Hundreds of soldiers who took part in some of the fiercest fighting ever seen in Helmand Province will parade through their home towns in the Midlands this week.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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