Thursday, May 25, 2017

Birmingham Schoolboy Killed in Grenade Attack

An eight-year-old boy has died after a grenade was thrown through the window of his room, exploding. Yuusuf Warsame, from Birmingham, was on holiday in Sweden visiting relatives and sleeping in the living room of a flat when the grenade...

Penny Appeal Raise 5k

A team from international humanitarian charity Penny Appeal, which recently established a base on Ladypool Road, successfully completed the Great Birmingham 10k on Sunday (1st May), raising £5,000 to care for and educate orphans and needy children. Coming together as...

Top governance recognition for CORE Education Trust

The governing board of Birmingham-based CORE Education Trust, which sponsors Rockwood Academy and Nansen Primary School, has been shortlisted in a major national award that marks outstanding school governance. The Trust is one of three finalists for the ‘Outstanding governing...

Europe’s Largest Eid Celebration To Take Place In Birmingham Tomorrow

Europe’s largest Eid celebration will be returning to Birmingham’s Small Heath Park on either Wednesday 6 July with an estimated 75,000 people expected to take part in the day’s festivities – the biggest of its kind in Europe. The event...

Deliveroo Comes to Solihull

There is good news for those who want restaurant food brought to their front door, Deliveroo will be launching in Solihull on the 7th July. Five restaurants in Solihull have already signed up to be involved in the on-demand delivery...

Stretch and Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives

November has been a month filled with celebration of Hip Hop music as the BASS festival has now returned to Birmingham. Dedicated to Hip Hop 360, who aim to commend street level black music and culture in every way. Many...

West Midlands MP Backs Criticised Tory Plans for New Grammar Schools

A West Midlands MP is backing the Government’s controversial plans to create more grammar schools. Julian Knight, Tory MP for Solihull, said the current system favours the rich who are able to buy homes near grammar schools and other...

Sir Lenny Henry Named Birmingham City University Chancellor

Sir Lenny Henry, 57, has received yet another prestigious title to add to his gleaming list of accomplishments. Just last year, the Dudley born comedian and actor, best known for his stand-up shows and co-founding Comic Relief, was knighted...

Plan To Fight Child Poverty In Birmingham

Birmingham should be a city where every child has the opportunity to fulfil their potential and not let poverty be a barrier to success – that is the ambition of the Birmingham Child Poverty Commission’s report which was launched...

The Nachural Summer Business Ball and Awards 2016

Thank you to all of you who attended the Nachural Summer Business Ball & Awards 2016 on Friday 15th July 2016. If you missed the Nachural Summer Business Ball & Awards please click the link below to see the fabulous photos from the evening. https://www.flickr.com/photos/jassansi/albums/72157671020461286 Award winners...