Birmingham's long-running bin dispute has officially ended.
Unite the union and Birmingham City Council have come to an agreement which ends the dispute, which began in June.
The city council made the cuts in order to save £5 million but have ended up spending at least £6.5 million in the dispute.
Residents were left without their bins being collected for months with bin bags lying on the city streets.
Refuse workers have agreed to accept a deal offered by Birmingham City Council.
Under the deal the issue at the centre of the row - the grade three job role - is retained, but the job title has changed and workers will have added responsibilities.
The changes will take place next February.
As part of the agreement reached on Saturday (25 November), the High Court hearing due to start today will not go ahead and the city council has agreed to pay Unite’s legal costs.
Unite assistant general secretary, Howard Beckett, welcomed the outcome.
Birmingham City Council has welcomed the end to the dispute.
The Leader, Ian Ward, said: