Updated 5:21am 22 May 2013
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Victorious green belt campaigners in Meriden paused their celebrations to remember four local residents who died before travellers were finally ousted from a nearby camp.Read
Defiant members of a Birmingham golf club have voted to turn down money-spinning offers for their site from housing developers.
Foals have something other bands just don’t have.Read
Inspirational mum Georgie Moseley paid a poignant tribute to son Harry as she turned on the Christmas lights in Brindleyplace.Read
Plans to half the number of firefighters at a Midland brigade will cost lives according to a campaigner.Read
A Hednesford man could have stumbled across the next Staffordshire Hoard after finding hundreds of rare Roman coins with his metal detector near Stoke-on-Trent.
The daughter of a 94-year-old Birmingham woman battered in her own bed has made an emotional appeal to the public for help in finding her attacker.Read
Sir Anthony Bamford – the owner of Staffordshire digger giant JCB – has seen his fortune almost double in the last year, according to new research.Read
Two decades in the city centre could be coming to an end for Birmingham Children’s Hospital, its chief executive has admitted.Read
A campaign is gathering pace in Birmingham for a museum to be built to commemorate the former MG Rover plant and its workforce.Read
A rap concert at which an NEC doorman was shot five times was deemed no more of a security risk than a Donny Osmond gig, a court heard.Read
A SECURITY guard shot five times while working at a Kanye West concert at the NEC told a court how the ordeal had left him psychologically scarred.Read
A top Birmingham chef is preparing for an all-expenses paid dream holiday to India after scooping a major UK culinary title.Read
Tributes have been paid to a ‘beautiful’ Birmingham schoolgirl who died in a rush-hour collision with a lorry.
He is perhaps Birmingham’s forgotten industrial pioneer – and he met his end during the most infamous maritime disaster in history.Read
A man claiming to be one of the Wolves fans who urinated on The Hawthorns pitch after the game against West Brom has described the stunt as a joke which has caused more bother than they expected.
Birmingham City Council has denied it approved the compulsory purchase of a property to pave the way for a development it is accused of having a ‘vested interest’ in.Read
BIRMINGHAM City Council has been fined more than £6,000 for exposing a school caretaker and two workmen to asbestos while they refurbished classrooms.Read
RAF Cosford will host a Spitfire flypast at the weekend to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the airplane's first flight.Read
A Birmingham magistrate who has a phobia about foxes got the shock of her life when she woke to find one had crept into her house and onto her bed.Read
Paul Suart is a senior journalist at the Birmingham Mail covering general news and specifically Kings Heath, Billesley and Stirchley. He used to work at the Coventry Telegraph on a series of weekly titles covering central Warwickshire.
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