Why it is important to pass on our learning

Cllr Paulette Hamilton talks about her meeting with a delegation from South Korea, who came to Birmingham to hear about the city council's approach to improvements in health and social care.

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Almost five million pounds for charities helping people live independent lives

Cllr Paulette Hamilton, cabinet member for health and social care, talks about the importance of supporting a wide range of charities and third sector groups across the city.

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Waste service update - September 2019

Cllr John O'Shea, Cabinet Member for Street Scene and Parks, has issued an update on waste services in Birmingham...

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Why it is important to Love Your Street

Cllr John O’Shea, Cabinet Member for Street Scene and Parks at Birmingham City Council, writes about a Love Your Street Day staged in Alum Rock last Wednesday (August 28)…

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12 months ago a stranger saved my life

Birmingham City Council data quality officer Andy Bright, who had a lung transplant a year ago, emphasises the importance of talking about organ donation

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Cooking up our allotment greens!

By Councillor Paulette Hamilton

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How Birmingham’s offer of sanctuary has helped refugees start new lives

Rev David Butterworth looks back at how Birmingham City Council helped turn his vision to help newly arrived refugees into a reality.

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Why exercise for all is important - and how the council can help

Cllr Paulette Hamilton, cabinet member for health and social care, talks about the importance of keeping healthy, following a visit to the newly-opened Ladywood leisure centre.

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Advice for those getting exam results

Councillor Jayne Francis, cabinet member for education, skills and culture, talks about options for those getting their exam results.

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Taking a fresh look at proposed city centre PSPO

Cllr John Cotton, Cabinet Member for Social Inclusion, Community Safety and Equalities takes a fresh look at the proposed measures aimed at making the city centre safer for all.

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