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Another controversial World Cup has come to an end as Messi’s dream came true. But who was the real man behind the victory?
As we have covered before, Birmingham City Council have put out plans to introduce car parking charges at many of Birmingham’s great parks such as Sutton Park, Woodgate Valley and the Lickey Hills. As Jack Dixon writes, Cllr Adrian Delaney is campaigning against the plans:
The West Midlands economy is growing at the same time as its carbon emissions are falling, in news that has been welcomed by the Regional Mayor, Andy Street:
Garden Waste collections have become another dividing line in Birmingham politics as the Labour Council plan to scrap a discount scheme:
This will be the last newsletter of the year as we all take a break over Christmas.
Have a wonderful Christmas and see you in the New Year!
Counter Cut Team