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Three weeks away from new wheelie bins starting to arrive at homes in Kings Heath, the city…Continue
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A council plan to encourage residents to eat more tinned food is being…Continue
What's the biggest issue you want local police to get to grips with?…Continue
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The residential development campaigners claim is now threatening the future of…Continue
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Intrepid Santa will brave the cold once more this year to bring chocolates and festive cheer to hundreds of children across South Birmingham next month.Continue
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A major route in and out of Kings Heath is to be closed until next May while a new bridge is built over the River Rea.
Dogpool Lane, which links Avenue Road to the Pershore Road, will close on Monday 22 October for 30 weeks.
The work creates a 3km (two mile)…Continue
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A number of Kings Heath schools have been…Continue
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None of the Kings Heath wards voted in favour of the city being run by an elected Mayor.
Birmingham City Council today released detailed results of how people voted.
City-wide the result was 57.8% for a Leader chosen by councillors - rather than an elected Mayor chosen by voters (42.2%).
The result locally was as follows
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Kings Heath Business Improvement District is applying for £100,000 to help local businesses go green
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After two giant pandas at Edinburgh Zoo hit the media headlines by failing to 'get it together' at mating time, keepers at Birmingham's Nature Centre…Continue
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I’m delighted to invite you to the launch of our new report! It looks at the opportunities for saving and generating energy in our community.
The report includes:
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The so-called guerilla knitters of Kings Heath are planning to mark the London Olympics this summer with a colourful woolly make-over for a Birmingham landmark.
The group, based at the Hare and Hounds in Kings Heath previously decorated a local roundabout in…Continue
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