Birmingham City Council
City officials and police urge the public to act now to prevent returning to the "dark days" of lockdown.
The owners of curry houses in London's Brick Lane, Birmingham's Balti Triangle, and Preston speak frankly about their prospects for the future.
Sarah Hewitt-Clarkson said the last 12 weeks of demonstrations had brought “distress and harassment” to staff, pupils and many parents.
An exclusion zone was set up outside the Anderton Park primary school gates following a High Court injunction.
An interim injunction was granted yesterday.
The protests have been going on for weeks now.
Local authorities defended the pay packages and stressed that salary was only part of the total.
It follows long-running walkouts in 2017.
The latest twist in a 16-month saga that has pitted trade union against union, and left Brummies dreading the “worst Christmas bin collections ever”.
Council budget cuts are putting the jobs of 202 wardens at risk.
A housing committee report said there should be 'funding available' for sprinklers in local authority blocks.
There is no one size fits all solution to this incredibly complex issue. Every homeless person is an individual with their own unique set of needs
Birmingham 2022 will leave a lasting legacy which will strengthen future relationships with the Commonwealth and help motivate a generation
Poor air quality is thought to cause some 900 premature deaths each year in the city - but there aren't any easy answers
Government funding for Birmingham City Council has almost been cut in half since 2010, with services disrupted or cut to make up for the shortfall of money. HuffPost UK listened to the people of Birmingham to see how the cuts had affected them personally.
Just three of 300 high-rises with unsafe cladding saw casing removed.
'The rats are going to start breeding quickly...'
Rampant rats are threatening to overrun parts of Birmingham as the city’s bin strike enters its sixth foul-smelling week
'I couldn’t understand what was being said though to be honest, it was all very mumbled.'
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