- Izzy Brown's strike is enough to give Huddersfield Town a narrow win at Wolves to secure a Championship play-off spot.
- Britain's "golden couple" was honoured alongside other athletes during a ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
- People in Leave-friendly Tipton say they are still concerned by immigration.
- Council borrows cash from corporate investors to plough into new housing and other major projects
- UKIP's foreign affairs spokesman resigns his post in protest at leader Paul Nuttall's call to ban the burka.
- Birmingham City captain Paul Robinson is charged with violent conduct in Sunday's Second City derby defeat at Aston Villa.
- UKIP split over general election burqa ban policy as West Midlands MEP quits senior party role
- Madihah Taheer, who is 36 weeks pregnant, is accused of helping her spouse buy a knife for an attack.
- Ticket problem leaves hundreds of fans waiting for hours in queue.
- Data from 127 clinical commissioning groups also suggests total spending will rise by 4.15% in 2017/18.
- Britain's Kelly Sotherton is set to be upgraded to an Olympic bronze medal for the second time in five months after retrospective drug tests.
- Jacqui Kennedy – Acting Strategic Director for Place
Jacqui Kennedy, Corporate Director of Place, urges people to be vigilant as rogue traders could be knocking on your door as the bank holidays – and DIY season – approaches.
While many people look to make improvements to their homes over the spring and summer – be it gardening, double glazing or roof work – these are often projects which require expert knowledge and professional workmanship.
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- New research claims that the West Midlands is leading the way in house price growth
Edwina Currie under fire for claiming school children can't be going hungry when so many of them are fatFormer Conservative Health Minister criticises report exposing the scandal of children going hungry in the UK
- A reinvented Birmingham is booming, while the wider West Midlands faces real hardship. What can a single elected mayor for metropolises as different as Wolverhampton, Birmingham and Coventry really do to turn the tide?Two retired teachers are giggling in the restaurant in John Lewis’s Birmingham department store. I’ve just told them that Britain’s second city was ranked ahead of Rome, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Miami and Dubai in the global Mercer Quality of Living Report 2017.&ld
- University of Birmingham unveils long-delayed launch date of new £55m sports complex
- Andy Street spends a fortune on wooing voters as rivals call for a level playing field
- Prof Philip Plowden from the University of Derby will take up the role in September
- New research into workplace culture has found that employees with higher levels of autonomy in their work reported positive effects on their overall well-being and higher levels of job satisfaction.
- She says it will give all children the opportunity to play football after her husband's death.
- Warwickshire captain Ian Bell misses out on a century but the Bears show fight to draw with Surrey at Edgbaston.
- Leisure centre closing despite Lidl's planning permission being revoked.
- Two other teenagers have been sent to a young offenders institution after admitting the same charges.
- The University of Birmingham's new £55million Sport & Fitness club will soon be opened. University of Birmingham Sport & Fitness presents the city's first 50m pool, as well as an extensive state-of-the-art gym; five activity studios for classes; a squash court complex; a large multi-sports arena; a climbing wall and much more.
- Ambulance response times in London worsen when air temperatures rise or fall beyond certain limits in summer and winter, according to a new study.
- Port Vale caretaker manager Michael Brown says his side have to win their last two games, starting at Walsall on Tuesday.
- Dan Evans claims his first ATP Tour win on Clay at the Barcelona Open as fellow Briton Kyle Edmund also progresses to the second round.
- Conservative mayoral candidate dismisses back bench calls to scrap HS2
- The Moseley Shoals have been swimming at Moseley Road baths for 17 years. The pool is due to shut later this year.
- Candidates across the board pledge to increase spending on cycling to boost health and tackle traffic congestion
- Budget supermarket group handed a boost after landlord serves notice on gym in Stirchley as it strives to sell building
Shriever and Manaton dominate in Birmingham for HSBC UK | BMX National Series wins - British CyclingBritish Cycling
Shriever and Manaton dominate in Birmingham for HSBC UK | BMX National Series wins
Both Bethany Shriever and Curtis Manaton doubled up in Birmingham this weekend with wins in rounds three and four of the HSBC UK | BMX National Series. With attention being paid to the European Championships next weekend, racing could have been ...
- England's Chris Woakes takes 3-6 as Kolkata dismiss Bangalore for just 49 runs - an IPL record low.
- Warwickshire captain Ian Bell hits an unbeaten 67, his best first-class score in a year, against Surrey at Edgbaston.
- Labour candidate Sion Simon accuses Tory rival Andy Street of taking orders from party bosses in London
- Come shell or high water: firefighters toil to reunite imperilled pet and its owner.
- Liverpool Ladies begin the WSL 1 Spring Series season with a win at Yeovil - despite arriving at the game with no kit.
- Gabby Agbonlahor's derby winner against Birmingham may earn the Aston Villa striker a new deal, says boss Steve Bruce.
- People will line the streets of Birmingham city centre in their droves on April 30
- Tommy Langford is beaten as Avtandil Khurtsidze sets up a bout against WBO world champion Billy Joe Saunders.
- Police release an image of a vehicle they say struck the 80 year old in a suspected hit-and-run.
- Worcestershire pull off a remarkable win over Northants inside two days, in a match dominated by the bowlers at New Road.
- Surrey opener Mark Stoneman makes another century to help his side get on top against Warwickshire.
- Solihull Moore secure another season of National League football with a comfortable 2-0 win against mid-table Eastleigh.
- Former England and Aston Villa defender Ugo Ehiogu is honoured before Tottenham's FA Cup semi-final with Chelsea at Wembley and at football matches around the country.
- Theresa May says Labour wants to raise taxes - but does not commit to previous Tory pledges.
- George Thomas scores as Coventry earn local bragging rights with victory over 10-man Walsall.
- Labour says it would introduce legislation to tackle the "public health emergency" if in power.
- Ian Westwood hits 153, his highest score in two years, as Warwickshire restore some lost pride against Surrey.
- Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Championship game between Aston Villa and Birmingham City.
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