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Motorcyclist suffers serious injuries in collision at busy road junction 

12 Nov 17

Accident happened at the junction of Washwood Heath Road and Bromford Lane…


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Parts of Birmingham placed on ‘lockdown’ in police swoop after wave of city shootings 

31 Oct 17

Police swept into areas of Winson Green, Aston, Great Hampton Row, Newtown, Small Heath, Saltley and Washwood Heath…


News
Bordesley Green woman admits to pro-terrorist videos to brother who was planning terror attack 

30 Oct 17

A BORDESLEY Green woman has admitted sending terrorist propaganda videos to her brother who admitted planning to carry out a terror attack in the UK.


Local news
Volunteers operating street patrols to tackle crime in Washwood Heath and Bordesley 

24 Oct 17

A group of community leaders, volunteers and local councillors have started street patrols in Washwood Heath and Bordesley to prevent knife and gun crime, prostitutions and anti-social behaviour.


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Pictured: Police ticket car parked INSIDE bus stop in latest motoring madness 

20 Oct 17

Officers
thought they had discovered crash scene when they came across badly parked cars in Washwood Heath Road…


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Man charged with murdering his wife in Washwood Heath 

17 Oct 17

A man has been charged with the murder of his wife, who died after being stabbed at the family home Washwood Heath.


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Shaeen Akthar: Husband Parvez Akthar charged with murdering wife at their Washwood Heath home 

17 Oct 17

Tributes paid to ‘amazing’ mother of five…


Local news
Police chief visits South & City College 

16 Oct 17

David Jamieson (WMPCC) addressing students at South City College The West Midlands Police Crime Commissioner visited South City College in Birmingham today (Monday October 16 2017).


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Washwood Heath mother-of-five Shaheen Akhtar named by neighbours as stab victim 

16 Oct 17

Shaheen Akhtar was killed in her home on Wright Road, Washwood Heath just before 4pm on October 15.


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Girl wanted to kill herself aged NINE due to brain tumour that GP said was ‘sibling jealousy’ 

16 Oct 17

School girl Amber Aziz, from Hodge Hill, was plagued with severe headaches and vomiting.


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Woman stabbed to death in Washwood Heath – what we know so far 

16 Oct 17

A 46-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder…


News
Woman killed in Birmingham ‘domestic’ stabbing 

15 Oct 17

A man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering the 49-year-old at a house in Washwood Heath.


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Arrest after woman stabbed to death in Washwood Heath 

15 Oct 17

Emergency services were called but nothing could be done…


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Police swoop on street in Washwood Heath after woman ‘stabbed’ – air ambulance lands at scene 

15 Oct 17

Area around Wright Road closed off by police after Sunday afternoon horror…


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Man in hospital after car crashes into Ward End house during police chase 

13 Oct 17

Vehicle crashed into bungalow off Washwood Heath Road while being pursued by officers…


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Driver in amazing escape after car flips and hits two parked vehicles 

11 Oct 17

Footage emerges of aftermath of crash in Bordesley Green…


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Councillor Advice Bureaux costs 

21 Sep 17

Request sent to Birmingham City Council by Zahra Q on 21 September 2017 .


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Returning ISIS fighters should be charged with genocide, demands Birmingham MP 

20 Sep 17

Liam Byrne represents the Hodge Hill constituency – an area dubbed an extremist hotspot…


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Watch: ‘Horrific’ moment flames engulf car in suspected arson attack 

19 Sep 17

Dramatic footage shows a huge car blaze and explosion on
a Bordesley Green road…


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How police caught ‘Premier League’ arms dealer after he tried to buy GRENADE off dark web 

18 Sep 17

Umair Khan, 29, and from Bordesley Green, bought guns and ammunition and explosives from the ‘dark web…


FixMyStreet
Cars parking dangerously on corners of Fowey road, Maryland avenue and Hodge Hill Road, 17th September 

17 Sep 17

Thses cars and lorries are damaging the pathways and stopping drivers having clear views when exiting the roads.


Local news
Rogue landlord slammed after leaving flats in Oval Road,… 

14 Sep 17

A LANDLORD has been heavily fined for leaving a block of rented flats in Erdington in a shocking state after he said he admitted he simply ‘didn’t care’ about it.


FixMyStreet
Main road has cracks, 8th September 

8 Sep 17

Really concern heavy load tones weight lorry goes through my main road.


FixMyStreet
Trees need trimming back ,, 7th September 

7 Sep 17

The trees out side 152 Bordesley green East b9 5sl.


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Untaxed Vehicle silver Peugeot 307, 31st August 

31 Aug 17

This vehicle has been untaxed since june 2017 and has been parked outside on the street for a few months Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 131 Pretoria Road, Bordesley Green Report on FixMyStreet…


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Appeal after man’s skull fractured by brick thrown from railway bridge 

31 Aug 17

The 20-year-old victim was serious injured after object was thrown on Friday August 11 in Washwood Heath…


News
Police launch appeal to trace arsonist following an attempted murder 

31 Aug 17

Police are appealing to trace a man caught on camera setting fire to a car in Adderley Road on Tuesday 4th July.


News
Next phase of bus lane enforcement cameras are set to go live in September. 

29 Aug 17

The next phase of bus lane enforcement cameras are set to go live – with a clear warning to motorists: cross the line, pay the fine.


Local news
New bus lane enforcement cameras set to go live 

29 Aug 17

The next phase of bus lane enforcement cameras are set to go live across Birmingham with a very clear warning to motorists: cross the line, pay the fine.


Local news
Drivers warned of fines as more bus lane enforcement cameras are switched on across Birmingham 

29 Aug 17

Drivers are being warned to stay out of bus lanes as the latest enforcement cameras are turned on across Birmingham.


Council
Bus lane enforcement cameras set to go live 

29 Aug 17

The next phase of bus lane enforcement cameras are set to go live in Birmingham – with a clear warning to motorists: cross the line, pay the fine.


News
Banned BMW driver reached 115mph 

28 Aug 17

Kamar Farooq drove at almost four times the legal limit – at times on the wrong side of the road – before crashing the £85,000 BMW M3 into a traffic island and careering into a car at a petrol station.


Local news
Birmingham MP Liam Byrne hoping to learn more about impact of low income on Hodge Hill residents 

15 Aug 17

A Birmingham MP is trying to find out how poverty and low income impacts on people in his constituency.


FixMyStreet
Works to pavement left uncompleted, 12th August 

12 Aug 17

Works to pavement left uncompleted for months, trip hazard and unsightly.


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Police appeal after dirt biker ‘drove erratically’ on Bordesley Green estate 

4 Aug 17

Police have released an image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with ‘anti-social behaviour’ in the Bordesley Green area…


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Anger as Great Barr Leisure Centre closes 

3 Aug 17

It has been bought by a school, with other users told to go to Shard End or Saltley…


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Top 5 things to do in Birmingham this weekend 

24 Jul 17

Brum is brimming with festivals in Jewellery Quarter, Shard End and Sutton Coldfield from July 28-30…


FixMyStreet
Green traffic light out, 19th July 

19 Jul 17

Traffic light No.12 Green Lamp out.


FixMyStreet
Fennel Croft 2 missed collections, 17th July 

17 Jul 17

Two weeks without refuse collection and the smell is treadful.


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New supercar worth £130k SEIZED in Washwood Heath 

17 Jul 17

The 2017 Audi R8 convertible was seized by officers in the Washwood Heath area for reportedly not having any insurance…


FixMyStreet
Shard End Allotments, 16th July 

16 Jul 17

My property is located along side the allotments entered from School Lane and Old Croft Lane.


FixMyStreet
Public footpath completely over grown from allotment., 16th July 

16 Jul 17

Weeds as high as three feet and overgrown bushes growing from the allotment covering the footpath at the end of Fennel Croft Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 16 Fennel Croft, Shard End Report…


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Raiders target Washwood Heath bank – but leave empty-handed 

16 Jul 17

The raiders hit Lloyds bank, Washwood Heath, in the early hours of Sunday…


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Birmingham smuggler tried to bring £1.2m of heroin into UK in bottom of his suitcase 

15 Jul 17

Mohammed Mazhar, 48, of Bordesley Green East, was sentenced to six years jail for plot…


News
Drugs gang jailed for smuggling 

14 Jul 17

The group of eight men, who were caught after border officials discovered the drugs, were sent down for a total of 139 years and four months at Birmingham Crown.


News
Drug gang convicted for £10m heroin plot 

12 Jul 17

The group concealed the drugs inside industrial machinery in two container shipment’s from Lahore, Pakistan, due for a delivery address at an industrial unit in Sandwell.


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Man arrested after £12k drugs found in Bordesley Green house 

3 Jul 17

Man arrested after 12k drugs found in Bordesley Green house…


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Shop owner fined nearly £200k after sniffer dog finds bootleg cigarettes stashed in ‘secret room’ 

30 Jun 17

Officers raided Pritpal Khuranas shop MS News in Herrick Road, Washwood Heath, in October 2014 – with the help of Henry the sniffer dog…


Local news
Hit-and run driver ​Connor McCaugherty jailed for Dil Bhadur… 

29 Jun 17

A HIT-and run driver who ran a red light killing a pedestrian following an Erdington police chase has been jailed for 10 years.


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‘Fly-tipping epidemic in Birmingham MUST be stopped’ – here’s why 

26 Jun 17

Almost 200 illegal dumping incidents spotted and reported by Hodge Hill MP Liam Byrne during the election campaign…


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Fancy owning a Birmingham pub? One has gone on sale for £175,000 

21 Jun 17

The Brook Meadow Pub in Shard End is going up for auction next month…


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Safer Travel ’See Something, Say Something’ cards made more accessible 

19 Jun 17

A teenager from Hodge Hill has inspired the Safer Travel Partnership to re-design their See Something, Say Something (SSSS) cards to be more accessible to vulnerable users.


News
Family of seven treated for smoke inhalation following house fire in Bordesley Green. 

16 Jun 17

Emergency services were called to the address on Keeley Street, at around 7.50AM this morning (16/06), to reports of a house fire.


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Family of seven taken to hospital after serious house fire in Bordesley Green 

16 Jun 17

Two adults in their 30s and five children aged two to teens were lucky to escape the blaze that broke out in Keeley Street just before 8am…


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Residents near Heathlands Academy blockade entrance to road to stop parents from parking 

14 Jun 17

Locals living on Ashville Avenue in Hodge Hill said their lives have been made a misery…


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General election 2017: Who’s standing in Hodge Hill? 

1 Jun 17

What can we expect in Birmingham Hodge Hill in the general election…


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Police swoop to recover stolen cars in Bordesley Green 

27 May 17

They say the vehicles were used in offences across the city…


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Boy behind Manchester vigil asks ‘what will children do in heaven without mummies and daddies?’ 

26 May 17

Entire community welcome at Shard End Park at 4pm on Friday…


News
Badly parked cars fined in police blitz in Bordesley Green 

22 May 17

Officers issue more than 30 tickets in just over an hour in an area of Birmingham.


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Bad parking blitz as police officer issues 27 tickets in just ONE HOUR in city streets 

21 May 17

Inconsiderate motorists in Bordesley Green targeted by officer out on patrol…