Updated 5:04am 21 May 2013
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A reveller's face was gashed during a mass brawl which broke out in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter at 4.30am on Saturday morning (Saturday 12).
TWO men were shot on Sunday night in an incident on a road near to the West Bromwich Albion football ground.
One of Birmingham’s most impressive buildings is opening its doors to the public seven days a week after launching a new bar believed to be unique in the city
It has been a long time coming – but the HMV Institute finally opens its doors to music fans in Birmingham again this weekend.Read
The mother of murdered Worcestershire postmaster Craig Hodson-Walker has said she is still trying to come to terms with the violent robbery which killed her son and injured her husband.Read
Villagers have said they will take any action necessary to prevent gypsies setting up camp on green belt land in Meriden.Read
Empty slopes and gorgeous scenery impress Will Oliphant as he discovers a hidden Austrian gem.Read
Birmingham City Council deputy leader Paul Tilsley has defended the council's new website at a meeting of Birmingham’s online elite. Read
A hotel chain has acquired two upmarket Birmingham bars that were put into administration but has kept on the previous owner to run the businesses.Read
Pakistani cricket stars headed to Birmingham to highlight the plight of the humanitarian crisis in their country. Read
Redheads have been celebrating their fiery roots at Moseley’s first ever Ginger Fest.Read
Health chiefs have confirmed a further 116 cases of swine flu in the West Midlands, taking the numbers for the region up to 4,424, and nationally to 6,929.Read
A Birmingham teenager struck by lightning has died in hospital.Read
One child has contracted swine flu and 24 pupils at a Birmingham primary school are suspected of having the virus.Read
Indian investors have raised more than £500million to support the owners of Jaguar Land Rover as MPs were told that many car makers had not received a penny of support from the Government.Read
Birmingham has been named as a “vibrant, cultural hotspot” in the latest edition of the travellers’ bible The Lonely Planet.Read
Reporter Will Oliphant joins 200 teenagers from across the West Midlands on an emotional trip to Auschwitz.Read
Police have launched a murder investigation after a woman was found dead at a house only yards from where a man died on a train line.Read
Troubled bank Birmingham Midshires has denied a merger between parent company HBOS and Lloyds TSB is behind a decision to scrap 40 financial consultants’ jobs in Wolverhampton.Read
With recent high food prices you could be fooled into thinking that British farmers are now laughing all the way to the bank.Read
Will Oliphant is a reporter covering news and clublife for the Birmingham Mail. He is also a video journalist covering a range of events for the website
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