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  1. Where to enjoy some of the city's best fish and chipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 19 | IcBurton

    We've been everywhere from Hockley to Hollywood, Harborne, Hall Green and Handsworth - and that's just the letter H. When you eat as many chips as we do, you discover that no two shops are the same and no two portions are the same, even from the same shop. The current Carrelli family owners have been there a decade themselves and in 2014 took the plunge to modernise the sit-in restaurant.


  2. View from train shows Digbeth rooftops looking timeless and pristine in the snowRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2017 | IcTamworth

    On any normal day, it's a view that could look like any other industrial landscape close to a city centre. We caught the train from Moor Street Station that heads towards Stratford-upon-Avon and enjoyed a bird's-eye view of the heartland of Birmingham's industrial heritage turned street food and social media nerve centre in and around the Custard Factory.


  3. Essential shopping guide to discounts at all the retailers taking part in Black Friday this yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2017 | IcSuttoncoldfield

    Several major retailers are turning Black Friday into a sales event spanning a whole week or even three weeks ahead of the main date, which in 2017 will be on Friday, November 24. Originally an American custom and now a firm fixture in the UK, it's become one of the biggest shopping days of the year. It includes special offers in physical and online stores and is followed by Cyber Monday, a day of purely internet deals.


  4. Boots accused of breaking promise to provide cheaper morning after pillRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2017 | IcSuttoncoldfield

    MPs have accused high street chemist Boots of failing to keep a promise to cut the price of emergency contraception. They wrote to the pharmacy giant's managing director to ask why it has failed to provide the morning after pill at a cheaper rate in all of its stores, despite promising to do so.


  5. South Birmingham homes targeted by woman alleged to have created...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2017 | IcLichfield

    South Birmingham homes targeted by woman alleged to have created false ID card out of a Sim card and a shoelace A woman alleged to have posed as a bogus police officer to trick her way into people's homes is to appear before magistrates. Derrol Flynn, 45, formerly of Kitts Green Road, Kitts Green has been charged with four counts of burglary, four attempted burglaries and one attempted robbery.


  6. City Council to take stand against anti-SemitismRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 2, 2017 | IcWolverhampton

    Birmingham City Council is to respond to the rise in anti-semitism by becoming the latest local authority to adopt an international guideline on the issue. With anti-Jewish bigotry and abuse on the rise, especially on social media, a growing number of organisations and councils have adopted the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance definition of anti-Semitism.


  7. Happy and in love, Pamela Palmer had so much to live for... then IRA bombers struck in BirminghamRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 25, 2017 | IcWalsall

    The Mulberry Bush bomb claimed her life and left the man who planned to marry her criitically ill in hospital A teenage girl murdered in the Birmingham pub bombings was torn from a family who adored her and a man who loved her and intended to marry her. Andy Richards reports on the enduring tragedy of Pamela Palmer and tells her story for the first time She is quick to point out that it probably needs a few minor repairs, although apart from some slightly worn varnish on its thin wooden arms, you wouldn't know this.


  8. MPs demand better funding for mental health care as Royals raise awarenessRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2017 | IcWolverhampton

    Patients face a 'long wait' for treatment because mental health still isn't given the same priority as other services, Theresa May is told Mental health services should have their own dedicated funding to ensure sufferers get the care they need, MPs have insisted. A letter calling on the Prime Minister to ring-fence mental health funding has been signed by 160 MPs to mark World Mental Health Day.


  9. Special offer launched at new pizza restaurant in city - and there are also job opportunitiesRead the original story

    Sep 27, 2017 | IcSuttoncoldfield

    And Domino's is celebrating the opening by offering a buy one, get one free deal when collected from the store. The franchisee of the new Great Barr eatery has chosen to run the Domino's deal - which is available at many other branches across the UK - for "an extended period" starting on the opening day.


  10. Alcester falter at home but find success on the roadRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2017 | Redditch Advertiser

    An unusual week for Alcester Bowling Club, with one match drawn and more wins on away greens than at home. In the S & W Birmingham Over 60's league the A team in Division 5 travelled to Warstock/Bournville Park with a team weakened by holidays.


  11. Busy week for Alcester Bowls ClubRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 27, 2017 | Redditch Advertiser

    This was a busy week for Alcester Bowling Club, with two cup matches as well as the usual league programme. It was success all round in the S & W Birmingham Over 60's competitions, with both teams winning their league matches and the A team also winning their cup match against a team from 2 divisions higher than Alcester.


  12. The Labour Party easily brushed aside the Tories in BirminghamRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2017 | IcTamworth

    The Labour Party easily brushed aside the Tories in Birmingham, securing 62% of the vote and prompting calls from a city MP for Theresa May to quit as Conservative leader. Officials at the Birmingham count said Labour's 62.6% share of the vote in the city exceeded the previous modern day high of 55% during Tony Blair's landslide in 1997.


  13. Jeremy Corbyn is more popular in Birmingham than Tony Blair ever wasRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2017 | IcTamworth

    Labour's 62.6% share of the vote in the city exceeded the previous modern day high of 55% during Tony Blair's landslide in 1997 The Labour Party easily brushed aside the Tories in Birmingham, securing 62% of the vote and prompting calls from a city MP for Theresa May to quit as Conservative leader. After miserable showings for the Tories in supposedly marginal seats in Edgbaston and Northfield, Labour veteran Roger Godsiff, who won by a 34,000-vote margin in Hall Green, said: "I have no sympathy whatsoever for Theresa May because she brought this entirely upon herself.


  14. Updates: Long delays on M6 after crash - latest Midlands news and trafficRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2017 | IcLichfield

    Welcome to the Birmingham Mail daily news live blog, bringing you all the latest news, sport, travel and weather from around Birmingham and the West Midlands every day. A number of trains between Aston and Stechford have been suspended today after an overhead power cable caught fire above the tracks.


  15. UK's oldest surviving triplets celebrate 80th birthdayRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2017 | Daily Mail

    Mary Bloxham, Margaret Coleman and Georgina Leech, 80, were born on May 20 1937 and grew up together in the Hall Green area of Birmingham. Their mother, Mabel Bloxham, only expected one child and the chances of triplets surviving in the 1930s were very slim.


  16. Analysis highlights constituencies with high working age povertyRead the original story

    May 19, 2017 | PressReleasePoint

    New analysis has highlighted the parliamentary constituencies where high levels of working-age poverty are likely to exist, ahead of June's general elect It also highlights how issues such as low wages and skill levels are trapping millions of people in poverty. In a campaign dominated by Brexit, the independent Joseph Rowntree Foundation is urging the parties to use their manifestos to offer a bold programme of domestic reform to ensure prosperity and opportunity reach all parts of the UK.


  17. OUTRAGED Birmingham residents want covert cameras they believe are used to spy on Muslims removed.Read the original story

    Mar 30, 2017 | IcLichfield

    There has been widespread anger after supersized lampposts, containing CCTV and ANPR, automated number plate recognition kits, appeared around Kings Heath and Moseley, without public consultation, in April. Following inquiries by residents it emerged that the cameras were installed using 3 million from a Home Office project, fronted by the Safer Birmingham Partnership, to tackle terrorism and crime in Sparkbrook and Washwood Heath.


  18. Man Who Helped Run 'Trojan Horse' School Now at Heart of Birmingham LabourRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2017 | Guy Fawkes' blog

    A man at the centre of the 'Trojan Horse' schools scandal is helping to run the Labour campaign machine in Birmingham, Guido can reveal. Mohammad Ashraf was a governor at Golden Hillock School, which was placed into special measures after it emerged it had segregated boys and girls, banned the teaching of some subjects and taught pupils: "Islam is the true religion, not like those Christians and Jews" .