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Following an attempted break-in Cllr Oliver Armstrong of  Northfield Arts Forum calls for local help The newly-elected Northfield councillor called for help from local volunteers on B31 Voices today after the ground Northfield Arts Forum recently acquired had become a victim of an attempted break-in last night (31st May) The property is a dreary, old tarmac […]

An eight-year-old has died following a serious collision on the M6 last night (31st May) An eight-year-old boy has died following a collision on the M6 last night (Thursday 31 May). Police were alerted to a collision between a lorry and a red Toyota Yaris car, which is believed to have stopped on the hard […]

Thunderstorms are very likely to hit Birmingham again tomorrow after flash floods earlier this week. The Met Office Birmingham is to be hit again by thunderstorms tomorrow as the city will be swept by strong winds and drenched with heavy, thundery showers. Tomorrow will start with mist and fog in most places of the city […]

Murder investigation launched after teenager stabbed to death in Wolverhampton A murder investigation has been launched after a 15-year-old boy died following a stabbing in Wolverhampton last night (Tuesday 29 May). Officers were called to Langley Road, Merry Hill, just after 11pm following reports of disorder involving a group of youths. The teenager was taken to […]

  “I wanted to become a councillor as I felt that the council was being run terribly and I wanted make a difference.” Cllr Simon Morrall | Frankley Great Park Simon Morrall (Cons) speaks to South Birmingham Radio about why he wanted to become a councillor and what he plans to do for the community […]

Cllr Oliver Armstrong (Lab) After a long campaign, newcomer Oliver Armstrong is elected councillor for Northfield On May 4th it was announced that Oliver Armstrong had beaten Randal Brew (Cons) by a huge 378 votes in a closely fought constituency. Read what Oliver had to say following his election: “I am thrilled that the people […]

Credit: Birmingham City Council Andy Cartwright (Lab) Simon Morrall (Cons) Andy Cartwright (Lab) reacts after losing his seat to newcomer, Simon Morrall (Cons) Andrew Cartwright lost his seat (Frankley Great Park) to Simon Morrall on May 4th when it was announced that Simon Morrall had won 1019 votes to Andy Cartwright’s 904 votes in what […]

  Labour hold Birmingham with 67 of the 101 available seats Credit: Birmingham City Council In a truly tense day, Labour retain overall control in Birmingham, but have seen losses in unexpected places such as; Rubery Rednal and Frankley Great Park whilst holding Birmingham with a majority of 67 seats. Labour – 67 seats Conservatives […]

Peter Griffiths (Lab) Peter Griffiths elected as councillor for Kings Norton South Read below for Peter’s reaction. “I would like to thank all residents who voted for me securing a third term in the Kings Norton area. I will continue to work hard to improve council services and complete the housing regeneration of the area. […]

Carole Griffiths (Lab) “We brought local jobs to the area cared and worked in the community” – Carole Griffiths. Carole Griffiths (Lab) represented the Rubery Rednal area for two years. Carole was replaced by Adrian Delaney (Cons) during the Local Elections 2018 after Adrian was elected with 969 votes to Carole’s 706 votes. (Lib Dems came […]


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