Annual event set to bring community together.
Entrants wanted for seasonal photography competition.
Local photographers invited to dig out their cameras this spring.
Return of family attraction for school holidays.
Further accoldade for family-owned shoe retailer.
Saturday date for street food customers.
Martin Mullaney, is shocked to discover additions are to be made to the Kennedy Memorial Mural
Martin Mullaney was a LibDeb councillor until last May. He’s waging a campaign against the Labour administration’s claim that Birmingham finances were found to have a £21m hole in them when they came to power.
Former LibDem councillor Martin Mullaney takes issue with Birmingham’s Labour administration claim of a £21m hole in the council’s budget.
Former LibDem Councillor Martin Mullaney scents a whiff of hypocrisy over Labour’s decision not to show any Euro 2012 matches on Birmingham’s Big Screen.
It’s all free – free equipment hire, free sessions. Try your hand at Croquet
Martin Mullaney reports that Sarehole Mill should, hopefully, be a genuine flour mill in time to cash in on its links with JRR Tolkien
Not according to LibDem councillor Martin Mullaney. Here, he explains proposals for a way to improve facilities.
The Golden Lion, a former Deritend public house, has been languishing in Cannon Hill Park since it was moved to make way for a dual carriageway.
Plans are afoot to give JRR Tolkien’s childhood playground a new lease of life – and generate some electricity.
Asbestos delays re-opening of Moseley Road Baths
Summer holidays + inviting stretch of water can = danger.
Martin Mullaney has issued an update on the state of the Victorian baths on Moseley Road, Birmingham
One of Birmingham’s best-kept secrets is what goes on inside the suite of buildings in Paradise Circus, off Chamberlain Square
Alan Clawley has been asking searching questions and receiving some confusing answers on the redevelopment of Birmingham’s Paradise Forum.
Pool2 of Moseley Road baths has been closed since Christmas so that the lintel above the fire exit door in this pool can be repaired.
Moseley Road Baths update from Martin Mullaney
Council leaders were celebrating today as the city announced that a third Olympic squad will use Birmingham as a base prior to the 2012 London Olympics.
LibDem councillor apologises to Respect Party councillor
Kings Heath Library re-opens to the public tomorrow, Saturday 5th March, at 9am.
Dave Woodhall looks at the recent controversy inspired over at ReStirred and wonders if, maybe, the two protagonists should just get on with the job they’re elected to do.