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Man seriously injured after tree falls on car in Shenley Fields Road

A man suffered serious injuries, including a head injury, when he was trapped in his car by a fallen tree. The accident happened...

We need YOU! Be part of the B31 Voices video!

We're making a short promotional video for B31 Voices, and we want YOU, the faces of our communities, to be a part of...

NOW FOUND! | Seeking 1985 Austin Mini for funeral of previous young owner

UPDATE from Alex's brother Ben: the car has now been FOUND! It's currently residing in Hull where it has been stripped and being fully...

#PositiveB31: Traffic lights for Shenley Lane accident hotspot

  We've received some good news via Weoley ward councillors. Birmingham City Council have agreed to install a traffic lights system at the junction of...

Easter fun on offer for youngsters at Northfield Shopping Centre

The Mad Hatter is brewing up a children’s wonderland at Northfield Shopping Centre this Easter. Cupcake decorating, a treasure hunt for prizes and face painting...

Fusion Festival 2015: line up and half price residents offer

Fusion Festival Birmingham returns to Cofton Park in Longbridge this summer! The music festival will take place over three days from Friday 28th to Sunday...

Former housing officer jailed for rape of Northfield tenant

A former housing officer from Northfield has been jailed for the rape of a tenant who had sought his help when she faced...

Election 2015: Charity engages young people in nationwide political debate

Hosted by a leading youth charity, election debates for young people will be held all over the country this week, including in Birmingham. UpRising...

Police warning as potentially dangerous medication stolen in Rednal

West Mercia Police have issued a warning and an appeal for information after potentially dangerous medication was stolen from a vehicle in Rednal.  It is...

World Book Day Storytelling Puppet Show

To celebrate world book day this year at Turves Green Girls' School, pupils took part in a shadow-puppet show. Shadow puppetry is an ancient form...

First Place for Turves Green Girls’ School in the Birmingham School Games

On Monday 9th February at the National Indoor Arena Turves Green Girls’ Y8 Athletics team took 1st Place in the prestigious Birmingham School Games...

Turves Green Girls’ School Students Celebrate Diversity

On 13th February all Year 8 students took part in an exciting cross-curricular day of learning as part of the Turves Green Girls' School...

Former Turves Green Girls’ School pupil selected for prestigious regional art exhibition.

Former Turves Green Girls' School pupil Emma Starkey has been selected to have work exhibited as part of a prestigious exhibition at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. 23...

Police witness appeal as man dies in Frankley scooter accident

West Midlands Police have released an appeal for witnesses after a 23 year old man was sadly killed in a moped accident in on...

Are you ready for the solar eclipse?

Are you ready for tomorrow's solar eclipse?The moon will eclipse the sun between around 8.30-10.30am, with about 90% coverage at around 9.30am (unless you...

Arts workshops and memory book reflect the Pride of Longbridge

The Pride of Longbridge Community and Heritage Group, organisers of the annual Pride of Longbridge rally, are working with local residents, schools, residential...