People are being urged to check everywhere for the winning ticket which is due to expire tomorrow.Read the full story ›
The first signs of spring have appeared across the Midlands. Here is a selection of your best pictures.Read the full story ›
Birmingham City Council are appealing for witnesses after more than 100 fridges were dumped on a Kings Norton road.
Officers were alerted yesterday (20 February 2017) that six fridges that had been dumped on Ithon Grove, Kings Norton, but on arrival they found 110 flytipped fridges along the road.
Abandoning rubbish is illegal and offenders can face an unlimited fine and up to five years’ in jail if convicted at Crown Court.
It’s outrageous that people think dumping rubbish on a road, blighting our city, is acceptable – it is not. Enforcement officers are currently investigating to try and identify the perpetrators, so if you have any information please contact the council.
Gusts of up to 80mph are set to hit the country's shores as Storm Doris arrives from the Atlantic, the Met Office has said.Read the full story ›
Birmingham Children's Hospital has become the first of its kind in the country to be rated outstanding by the health watchdog.Read the full story ›
A thug who claimed he “loved animals” was captured on CCTV kicking and stamping on his dog in a 30-minute drunken rage.Read the full story ›
Journalist Steve Hewlett, who shared his experience of battling cancer on BBC Radio 4, has died of the disease at the age of 58.Read the full story ›
A former head teacher of a school in Birmingham has been charged with sexual offences against adults.
64-year-old Graham Hardy of Blackfriars Place, Market Harborough, will appear before Birmingham Magistrates Court on Friday 17th March where he will stand accused of six historical sexual assaults and one count of rape, all against adults.
It is believed the offences happened between 2009 and 2016.
Following investigations it is not believed that any offences were committed against former pupils at the school.
Police are re-appealing for witnesses after two step-sisters were murdered or a bottle of Tia Maria and boxes of chocolates 30 years ago.Read the full story ›
A protest over Donald Trump's state visit to the UK is being held in Nottingham, Leicester and Birmingham this evening.Read the full story ›