A surgical ward at a Birmingham hospital, has been deep-cleaned after a visitor claimed she spotted a “horror film size” cockroach.Read the full story ›
Andrew Mitchell returns as MP for Sutton Coldfield with a majority of 16, 417.
More than 1,300 pupils from Arthur Terry school in Sutton Coldfield cast their ballots in a full blown mock general election.Read the full story ›
A recruitment firm in Sutton Coldfield got a visit from an ambitious family of ducks who were hoping to make a splash in the corporate world today.
Staff at Midas Recruitment on the High Street welcomed their unusual visitors when they opened the office door to cool down.
An man who worked on NHS blood donor vans has been jailed after for using the service's 'mobile surgeries' to steal around £60,000 in fuel.Read the full story ›
Two young women have been charged with wounding after a woman was punched in the toilets of a Sutton Coldfield nightclub.
Ellesse Strong, aged 21, and Kayleigh Procter, aged 20 - both from Castle Vale - were charged with wounding and bailed to appear before Birmingham Magistrates Court on 1 April.
They were arrested in February after police released CCTV images following the attack which took place in the toilets of Rumour in the early hours of Sunday 28 December.
A 21-year-old woman was punched in her face and suffered cuts and bruises resulting in two black eyes and severe swelling.
Police have returned a Commonwealth Gold medal that was stolen to former athlete Kelly Sotherton after it was found in a local post box.Read the full story ›
A man has made contact with police in connection with an assault in a Birmingham park.
On February 5, a dog-walker was head-butted by a man with two huskies in Sutton Park.
GREAT NEWS - A man has identified himself and will be interviewed following our appeal about an incident in Sutton Park. Thanks for the RTs!
Police have released a picture of a dog walker they want to speak to after a man was head-butted in Sutton Park, outside Birmingham.Read the full story ›
A utilities company has apologised to customers who have reported brown water coming out of their taps.
South Staffs Water says an issue on the water network yesterday means that some people in Sutton Coldfield have found that their water supply is now discoloured.
The company advises anybody who is affected to run their cold tap for 15 minutes or until the water runs clear.
"We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.
"Our staff and network partners have worked throughout the night to ensure the water supply to customers in Sutton Coldfield has been restored.
"It is possible some customers may still experience brown water. Customers are advised to run their cold water supply until the water runs clear.