Updated 7:19am 25 May 2013
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Tesco has pulled out of plans to build a supermarket in Moseley, to the delight of campaigners who had protested against the development for many years.Read
Residents staged a lively protest demanding that NHS bosses keep a popular medical facility off a closure list.Read
Gypsies living on an illegal development in Meriden have been allowed to stay on site for a while longer because of the bad weather.Read
A Birmingham park tea room at the centre of an eviction wrangle has finally closed - but there are hopes the family who were ordered out will be able to continue running the business.
A fresh planning application has been lodged by gypsies in Meriden to set up a smaller alternative camp on greenbelt land.Read
Birmingham City Council has thrown down the gauntlet to its biggest contractor to save £20 million within the next year.Read
The chairman of a Birmingham hospital has quit after consultants recorded a vote of no confidence in management.Read
Residents fighting a green belt land battle with travellers found toxic waste dumped near their protest camp.Read
The Chairman of West Midlands Police Authority has announced he is going to quit to join the race to be elected police and crime commissioner as an independent candidate.Read
Travellers who set up home on a green belt site in Meriden have put in another planning application – for the land next door.Read
A man is has died in hospital after falling from the top floor of a multi-storey car park in Birmingham city centre.
Brewer Davenports has marked 185 years of brewing by unveiling a special plaque and revealed they are looking to move back to Birmingham.Read
Solihull Borough Council has spent £78,000 in legal fees battling a group of gypsies who set up camp on greenbelt land at Meriden.
A Birmingham man praised for acting as a peacemaker during last summer’s riots hours after his son was killed, has gone on trial for allegedly attacking a man.
Residents fear an illegal gypsy site in Meriden will turn into a new Dale Farm with an eviction battle dragging on for many years.Read
The Government is facing the latest legal challenge to its £32 billion high speed rail link between London and Birmingham.Read
Residents from a Birmingham suburb are planning to turn its pavements into a glitzy Walk of Fame to rival Broad Street’s.Read
The mill said to have been an inspiration for JRR Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings is being turned into a hydroelectric plant.Read
One of Birmingham's JRR Tolkien tourist attractions is to undergo a £200,000 renovation.Read
Jasbir Authi samples a fine hotel in the heart of the Derbyshire Peak DistrictRead
Jasbir Authi covers central Birmingham and is a general news and court reporter. Her journalism training was carried out here in the city at the Sunday Mercury and Birmingham Mail newspapers.
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