Updated 3:22am 22 May 2013
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A Birmingham member of an Islamic extremist gang which plotted a bomb attack on the London Stock Exchange has had his sentence cut.Read
A band of mature campaigners, whose battle against an illegal gypsy camp has garnered headlines around the world, have marked 1,000 days of their protest.Read
Outraged wildlife lovers have started a campaign to save Keith the seal who is under threat from anglers who want the animal shot.Read
A new timetable introduced by beleaguered train firm London Midland was hit by delays on its first weekday.Read
Birmingham salesman Mark Pritchard has a sudden need for speed – after scooping a £90,000 Porsche in an airport raffle.Read
Birmingham’s band of ex-boxers have called for home-grown ring legend Johnny Prescott to be honoured on the city’s walk of stars.Read
A development of 200 new homes to be built on green fields will be at serious risk of flooding, according to campaigners.Read
A grandmother is battling to get a forgotten war memorial placed on prominent public view.Read
A Birmingham horse shelter that helps disabled and disadvantaged children has been plunged into crisis after cruel thieves stole its entire stock of tack.Read
Police have arrested four men after raiding a cannabis factory in a flat above a Birmingham restaurant.Read
Two bands formed by Birmingham jazz legend Andy Hamilton MBE have vowed the show must go on following the acclaimed saxophonist’s death on Sunday aged 94.Read
Walsall-born pop producer Steve Jenkins has been low on profile, but big on influence. Mike Lockley chats to a family man happy to stay out of the spotlight.Read
The man behind some of the Midlands’ most impressive engineering feats has put pen to paper to tell his story. Mike Lockley met himRead
A £300,000 public square, built to honour a much-loved Birmingham author, has been unveiled in the area that inspired her.Read
A memorial to the 255 UK servicemen who lost their lives in the Falklands War is nearing completion.Read
A security worker with links to the Prison Service has been arrested by officers hunting escaped murder suspect John Anslow.
The man tipped by many as the next President of the United States has Brummie roots, it has emerged.Read
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