The mugger who attacked a veteran the day before Remembrance Day has been jailed for nine years.
A celebrity football match raising money for Harry Moseley's charity will take place today.
The controversial high speed rail has been severely criticised in a report by the National Audit Office.
Thousands have turned out for Birmingham's 'Walk For Kids' in aid of Birmingham Women's Hospital, Cure Leukaemia for Kids and Help Harry Help Others.
The walks began at Rookery Park and Kings Heath Park and are either 26 or 10 miles long.
Many left at around 9am this morning and will be walking for much of the day.
Celebrity football teams took to the pitch at St. Andrew's today to honour Harry Moseley.
The 11-year-old died from cancer in 2011 after raising more than £1million for charity by making and selling bracelets.
The final score was 12-2 to Harry's Heroes.
Pre match meal with the team!From @the_overtones on Twitter:
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The detective leading the investigation into the murder of Birmingham pensioner Mohammed Saleem says "no stone will be left unturned" in the hunt for his killer.
Detective Superintendent Mark Payne says police are still keen to speak to witnesses.
Doctors who treated an eight-year-old girl for dehydration in a clinic in India have released a statement after her family raised concerns about her organs being removed.
The parents of Gurkiren Kaur say she was given an injection but medics refused to tell them what it was for. She died shortly afterwards.
Her family only realised her organs had been removed when her body was returned to the UK.
It has raised questions over the practise of organs being harvested for black market transplants but doctors have defended the decision, saying the organs were removed for tests to determine the cause of death.