The Bullring shopping centre in Birmingham has closed the foot bridge between Selfridge's and the Moor Street Car Park over safety fears, due ot high winds.
Former Arsenal and England captain, Tony Adams MBE, will be in the Midlands today to host a 'talking tactics' session for local football fans.
Tony will be at the Bullring shopping centre in Birmingham ahead of England's match tomorrow against Costa Rica.
West Midlands police are reporting that armed officers are in attendance around the Bullring in Birmingham.
It is ten years to the day since the iconic Bull Ring shopping centre opened in Birmingham.
It's now one of the most visited retail destinations in the UK and has attracted nearly 400 million visitors since its opening. We look at the impact on the Midlands.
The Birmingham bull has donned his birthday suit as part of the celebrations for the 10th anniversary of the The Bullring centre.
Markets have existed on the site of the Bullring since the Middle Ages. The current centre was completed in 2003 and since then has welcomed more than 400 million shoppers and visitors through its doors.
The Bullring in Birmingham today celebrates its 10th birthday. The £500 million regeneration scheme transformed Birmingham city centre and established the city as one of the top UK retail destinations.
Since it opened, the centre has welcomed 400 million visitors and played a vital role in the local economy. On opening, the scheme brought 90 new retailers to Birmingham, including Selfridges.
Parents of a man who fell from the Bullring shopping centre in Birmingham, have turned off their son's life support machine, eight days after he climbed over the railings.
On Sunday afternoon, the couple gave medical staff permission to switch off the equipment after finding out that their son, 49-year old Anthony Hollis, had suffered massive brain injuries and multiple breaks.
Anthony, who suffered from autism and epilepsy, died at Edgbaston’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Anthony's parents, Linda and Philip Hollis, say it was a 'cry for help' after he'd been targetted by conmen.
The men who gained the trust of Anthony, arrived on the doorstep of his sheltered accommodation knowing his name, address and medical conditions.
The parents of a man who's in hospital after falling from the top floor of the Bullring, say it was a "cry for help" after he was targetted by conmen.
Anthony Hollis, 49, has autism and epilepsy and his parents believe he was singled out because of his vulnerability