Birmingham Post and Mail cuttings – January 2014

Here are some of the things I worked on at the Birmingham Post and Mail during January 2014:

8/1/14 – Ex-archbishop is first chancellor at new Birmingham university

10/1/14 – Good cuppa is the secret for Frances Crabtree as she marks 105th birthday

13/1/14 – £17,000 tribute to Ahsan, victim of horror car crash

13/1/14 – Ones to watch: 10 names in health and education to keep an eye on

16/1/14 – University of Birmingham staff strike after offer of 1% pay rise

16/1/14 – Anger over Midlands university chiefs’ salaries while staff are offered one per cent pay rise

18/1/14 – Hundreds of Birmingham parents are fined after kids miss school

19/1/14 – Aston student using own record label to protect endangered animals

21/1/14 – Ofsted awards school “outstanding” report

24/1/14 – Which of these James Turner Street houses takes your fancy? Prices start at £75,000

24/1/14 – Birmingham GCSE results: State school placed third in the UK

28/1/14 – Birmingham’s universities employ more than 10,000 people

30/1/14 – Birmingham head teacher slams “bloody shambles” of GCSE tables

31/1/14 – Birmingham “superhead” backs extended school days

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