Labour party councillors and supporters dressed in pyjamas braved the freezing cold and snow to protest against the ‘bedroom tax’ which comes into affect this week.
A number of changes to waste collection services have been announced by Birmingham City Council in its 2013/14 budget
Walsall Council’s decision not to collect the ‘wrong sort of rubbish’ is a case of the authority forgetting who it is supposed to serve; Labour Councillor, Sean Coughlan, has warned.
A motion by Walsall Council Labour Group condemning cuts by the coalition government in the council tax and housing benefits has won the support of Conservative and Lib Dem councillors.
A protest was held yesterday evening by the Save Walsall’s Green Spaces and Countryside Services Facebook Group.
The newly formed Facebook Group “Save Walsall’s Green Spaces and Countryside Services” are organising a static protest
Local public transport body Centro are warning that a reduction in services may have to be made.
Birmingham City Council is asking you to tell them how to spend your money.
Owners of Birmingham’s private care homes have lost a legal battle to force a judicial review of the city’s council payment freeze to look after elderly patients.
The Birmingham Press has received a plea for help from a local school and is happy to assist where possible.
Councillors should be scrutinising the process leading up to major decisions not reacting to decisions that have already been made when it is too late to change them.
Alan Clawley looks deep into the council budget cuts and is surprised by what he finds.
Birmingham City Hospital reports decrease in frontline diabetes nurses as NHS cost-cutting bites
A report by Coventry academics has prompted calls for continued university research funding.
Birmingham City Council has reacted to today’s High Court decision that it has acted unlawfully.
Sandwell Arts Trust heard this morning that it has been unsuccessful in its application to the Arts Council for National Portfolio funding
Details are emerging of Birmingham city council’s proposals to cut public spending