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- Updates for Tuesday 24 March 2015
- More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Wednesday
Any showers should ease to leave a dry, clear night with lows of 2C (36F).
BBC Radio 4
Do you live in Dudley and have an interest in the general election? You may be interested in a public meeting on Thursday which is open to all.
Wolves boss Kenny Jackett will not add any players before Thursday's loan deadlineunless they can play a part in the Championship side's promotion push.
He says: "If we feel there is someone that can improve our team, then we will sign a player.
"But we won't take players floating on the first-team fringe. Those places are for young players."
Development work on HSBC's new Birmingham headquarters at Arena Central will start in June, Marketing Birmingham said.
It added the bank's relocation was the biggest property deal to take place in Birmingham since 2002.
Express and Star
A Birmingham housing officer has been jailed for five yearsfor raping a tenant who had asked for help after falling behind on her rent, says West Midlands Police.
Clive Glasford attacked the 27-year-old woman at her Northfield home in 2013 after she rejected his offer to help her financially in return for sexual favours.
Newsreader, BBC WM
Police say they are looking for the driver of a silver people carrierwho left the scene after hitting an elderly woman in Shirley.
The woman, in her 90s, is in a critical condition in hospital after suffering head injuries on Stratford Road at about 11:50.
A grandfather who was abandoned in a Birmingham cinema when he was just three weeks old is still trying to find his real parents 59 years later.
Robert Weston was discovered in the toilets of the Odeon Cinema on New Street in March 1956.
He's now a dad of six living in Plymouth - but has never given up the search for his mum.
A woman in her 90sis in hospital with life threatening injuries after being hit by a vehicle in Shirley.
West Midlands Ambulance Service said the woman suffered head, ankle and knee injuries in the crash, which happened on Stratford Road at about 11:45.
HSBC chief executive Antonio Simoes (second from left) said the firm's decision to create a new head office in Birmingham had been under consideration for a long time.
He said: "It became clear to us that Birmingham would be the right location. The city is close to London, but also brings us within easy reach of our 16 million customers based across the UK."
Newsreader, BBC WM
BBC Midlands Transport Correspondent
Forget about the so-called Northern Powerhouse, more and more companies considering expansion outside London and the South East are looking seriously at Birmingham.
Already Deutsche Bank has chosen Birmingham for the recent expansion of its trading operations and HS2 Ltd is putting its construction HQ here.
Arena Central, where HSBC is moving to, is just one of several planned developments in the city which should attract even more high-profile companies.
HSBC says about 1,000 jobs will be transferred from London to Birmingham when it relocates the headquarters of its personal and business arm,reports BBC News Online.
A spokesman for the firm described Birmingham as a "growing city" with "expertise and infrastructure" to support the bank.
Aston Villa midfielder Fabian Delph is trying to get rid of a stomach bug so he can join his England team-mates.The FA says: "Fabian Delph remained at home with a sickness bug but is expected to link up with the team later this week."
BBC News Online has more oninspectors finding signs of improvement at a Birmingham school investigated with others in the so-called Trojan Horse inquiries.
Ofsted said the overall quality of teaching had started to improve at Park View School, along with children's achievement levels.
A man who runs a burger bar at the side of the A38 near Droitwich will be shown learning how to become a gourmet chef on TV tonight.
Carl Sampson can be seen receiving intensive training from two top chefs on Channel 4's Burger Bar To Gourmet Star at 20:00.
Newsreader, BBC WM
The funeral of a toddler killed when a wall fell on him in Stechford isunder way.
The 19-month-old died from a serious head injury after his father crashed a recovery truck into their home in Queens Road on 16 March.
One of two men who absconded from Sudbury prison on Fridayhas been arrested, Derbyshire Police says.
Robber Jonathon Bates (pictured left) is back in custody after being arrested by West Midlands Police in Smethwick earlier.
Andra Hoyland (pictured right) a 31-year-old convicted kidnapper and robber, absconded the same day.
Reporter, BBC WM
HSBC has announced it will be relocating one of its head offices to Birmingham.
The move will involve shifting some 1,000 roles currently based in London to Birmingham from mid-2017 onwards.
The latest Ofsted inspection of Nansen Primary School in Birmingham, one of the schools involved in the so-called Trojan Horse affair,says it is not making enough progress towards the removal of special measures.
Areas for improvement include working with other agencies to make sure pupils recognise the dangers and risks associated with extremism and radicalisation.
The report also described pupils' understanding of life in modern Britain and their understanding of different faiths and cultures as "insecure".
Policehave appealed for witnesses after a motorist who drove the wrong way along the A38 Aston Expressway died after a crash.
PC Damian Gibson said: "One car travelled up the Expressway the wrong way against the flow of outbound traffic and we are still trying to ascertain why this was.
"I am appealing for anyone in the area at the time of the collision or before the collision in the Gravelly Hill interchange area and who saw a silver Rover MG to contact us on 101."
Justin Bieber's appearance at Birmingham's Fusion Festival in August will be his first UK concert since his disastrous tour two years ago.
He said: "I love the UK and I'm really excited to be playing at Fusion this year. There are some great artists on the line-up so to be headlining the Friday night is a real honour."
BBC Local Live
The Home Office said it could not agree any kind of extradition treaty with northern Cypruswhile the government did not recognise it as a state.
Robert Cryer, a professor of international and criminal law at the University of Birmingham, explained: "You can recognise a state expressly or implicitly.
"By coming to any form of agreement, that could be taken as an implicit recognition of northern Cyprus as a state."
Newsreader, BBC WM
West Midlands Fire Service says the fire at an office block in Ladywood was not a significant blaze and has now been put out.
It is believed the fire, in the three-storey building, originated from a chimney in a neighbouring restaurant.
BBC WM Sport
Speedway returned to Monmore last night with Coventry Bees rider Chris Harris winning the season opener in Wolverhampton.
Wolves pair Ricky Wells and Freddie Lindgren were third and fourth respectively.
Reporter, BBC Midlands Today
Two women have been charged with wounding after a womanwas attacked in the toilets of a Sutton Coldfield nightclub.
The 21-year-old suffered two black eyes and cuts in the assault, at Rumour on Lower Parade, in December, West Midlands Police says.
Newsreader, BBC WM
A 13-year-old cyclistwas knocked unconscious in a crash with a car in Walsall this morning.
The collision happened on the A34 Upper Green Lane at about 07:45. The cyclist has since regained consciousness but has a suspected hip injury.