Monthly Archives: July 2018

Police name girl killed in tragic road collision

A schoolgirl tragically killed in a Smethwick road collision on Saturday night (28 July) has been named as Jannatul Bakya.   The six-year-old was with her father heading to prayers at a local mosque when she was struck by a … Continue reading

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The Chief Constable for the West Midlands finally lets the cat out of the bag

West Midlands Police chief Dave Thompson says he is “sorry” about a poor service          The Chief Constable of England’s second largest police service has admitted it sometimes provides a poor service that fails to meet public … Continue reading

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West Midlands Police using Drones

West Midlands Police is now using drones to target criminals and help keep you safe. Fitted with the latest high definition cameras and thermal imaging technology, the kit is helping the police cover more ground on their patrols. Funds from … Continue reading

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The West Midlands Mayor has a message for the community

Channel 4 confirmed Birmingham is on the final shortlist to be the broadcaster’s new national HQ. Clearly, this is excellent news and I would like to thank everybody who has worked with us on the bid. As a region, we encouraged and … Continue reading

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Birmingham Newsroom information

Overview This survey is about the consultation paper called “Working together in Birmingham’s Neighbourhoods” which you can find, as well as a summary leaflet, at the bottom of this page. Why We Are Consulting Birmingham City Council would like to … Continue reading

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West Midlands Police news update for 25th July 2018

Man remanded in prison over mum and baby hit and run West Midlands Police have charged a man over a hit and run in which a driver collided with a mum and her new-born baby. It’s alleged Andrew Rose, from … Continue reading

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New Sheldon Ward meetings

Many of the residents of Sheldon have probably been wondering if and when we are going to have a Sheldon Ward meeting now that the ward has changed and we only have two Councillors instead of three. Well… the good news … Continue reading

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