Updated 4:50am 23 May 2013
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West Midlands Police is honouring almost 100 officers killed in the line of duty with a memorial at its Birmingham headquarters.
One of Birmingham’s cultural gems is celebrating its 80th anniversary – and the fulfilment of its founder’s ambitions for the venue.Read
Supporters of one of Birmingham’s best-known pubs, which set UB40 and Frank Skinner on the road to fame and fortune, have launched a petition to secure its future as a live entertainment venue.Read
The family of a Birmingham soldier at the centre of a row over his turban have hit back – pointing to the 80,000 Sikhs who died for Britain in the two world wars.Read
They sit huddled together, holding hands for comfort, on their way to a far-off country full of strangers.Read
Rush hour commuters faced huge delays today in Birmingham after a tunnel was closed.Read
A Birmingham charity has backed a controversial decision to add the face of a former lord mayor to the city’s iconic JFK mural.Read
Comedian John Bishop will top the bill when the Birmingham Comedy Festival returns with more than 60 shows across the city.Read
Only the clothes have changed in a new picture depicting a century in the life of a Midland country hotel.Read
Birmingham Airport chief executive Paul Kehoe has rubbished calls for a “Heathrow solution” to the UK’s air problems.Read
A teenager has been jailed for six months for dazzling a police helicopter with a laser pen.Read
A non-league football manager is giving up one of his kidneys to help his daughter.Read
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 will be the last IMAX 3D film to be screened at Birmingham’s biggest cinema.Read
TWO Midland car makers took one of the world’s biggest motor shows by storm when they unveiled radical new concept cars which look certain to go into production.Read
UNINSURED drivers are costing the insurance business £500milion a year – and the worst offenders are in Birmingham.Read
Birmingham’s first Asian Lord Mayor has been dropped as a Labour candidate following the intervention of party chiefs.Read
Christopher Grady's murder of his five-year-old daughter and attempted murder of his six-year-old son in Worcestershire has horrified all parents, a judge told a court as he jailed the killer for life.Read
A father and son who ran a family business of “sexual slavery” by trafficking women to Birmingham from Romania have been jailed for a combined 27 years.Read
Birmingham-born James Cartledge works on the Birmingham Mail's newsdesk. He was previously a reporter at the newspaper.
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