Suspect hands himself in to police.
Police are also appealing for anyone who saw the attack in Stirchley to come forward.
An alternative Valentine’s experience celebrating Stirchley
A festival of art, commerce and love celebrating Stirchley, Birmingham
Young people are often portrayed in the media as being feral creatures up to no good. A Birmingham Press reader offers the alternative, and more common, view of children just enjoying themselves in the holidays.
The Midlands Racing Club are holding their Grand National Preview on Tuesday
Join the people of Stirchley in a celebratory walk and laying of floral tributes commemorating the life of a once vibrant street.
Celebrating the life of a once vibrant lane, soon to be lost due to development.
Artworks celebrate Stirchley’s history and point to the making of new prosperity : January – April 2012
Three workshops will be taking place in Stirchley Park over next month for local people interested in discussing the park’s future.
Stirchley, south Birmingham, is a primarily residential area with a declining shopping street – but change is on the way
Now to be found on Stirchley High Street – the move from their former premises represents the product of a years’ work from a unique organization.
There’s a power struggle going on in Stirchley, the up-and-coming suburb of South Birmingham that many people are touting as ‘the new Kings Heath’
Saturday, September 3rd affords what is expected to be the last opportunity for the public to see inside the 100-year old Bournville Lane Baths.
Birmingham’s long quest for a 50-metre swimming pool appears to have taken a major step forward
Our recent story about proposed developments at Acocks Green has drawn a reply from local campaigner Julie Larden
Building on the success of last year’s Big Lunch, Northfield Ecocentre are holding a Big Green Food Weekend
This month sees Stirchley Community Market return to the open air for the first time this year after spending the winter months indoors