Roma Agrawal Opens New Building at Ark Chamberlain Primary Academy

On Monday 20th June Roma Agrawal opened a new building at Ark Chamberlain Primary Academy which pupils had chosen to name after The Shard structural engineer. All 600 pupils gathered to watch the opening of the Agrawal Building either in...

Horror Rush Hour Crash

A driver escaped severe injury after his car overturned and crashed into an office on Pershore Road in Birmingham. The car was involved in the two-vehicle pile-up on Pershore Road, close to the junction with First Avenue, at around 7.25am...

RIP Bash

41-year-old Basharat Ali died at the crash scene in Erdington at Birmingham Trade Park last Thursday, June 16. The lorry driver and a witness have been treated for shock. Mr Ali was recognized as Bash and worked in the taxi industry. A...

NHS Student Nurse Bursary Cut

Ministers plan to adjust the system in September 2017 and charge health workers for their degrees. However, in a letter to the Prime Minister, over 20 groups directed by the Royal College of Nursing said it could prevent people from...

Tumble Dryer Inferno

According to authorities, manufacturers are “playing Russian Roulette” with thousands of lives as companies evade recollecting the “dangerous” appliances. In February Mishell Moloney, from Frankley, died in a house fire that was allegedly initiated by a faulty tumble dryer. Paramedics attempted...

Sea Life Centre Teams Up With Disney Pixar’s Finding Dory

The National Sea Life Centre Birmingham has teamed up with Disney•Pixar to enable its visitors this summer to share the excitement of Finding Dory! A special Disney •Pixar Finding Dory event will be hosted from July 16 until 11th September...

Enjoy Wolverhampton Offers Plenty For Music Lovers

Music lovers have plenty to tune into during next month’s Enjoy Wolverhampton ten-day programme. Award-winning Wolvestock Country Music Festival is back at Wolverhampton Racecourse on Saturday, July 2 and Sunday 3, from noon to 8.30pm on both days. Banstock Acoustic Music...

Award-Winning Birmingham Coffee Shop Launches New Mobile Service

Temple Row’s Six Eight Kafé, recently named the city’s best café in the Birmingham Mail’s Brummies’ Choices Awards for the second time, has gone mobile with its new ‘Business Class’ venture. Businesses can hire the full Six Eight barista experience...

West Coast Main Line Cuts Dispute

The Government has promised to listen to apprehensive West Coast Main Line commuters after it announced controversial plans to cut services to Coventry, Rugby, the Black Country and Birmingham International. Rail Minister Claire Perry said: “The Department for Transport have...

Solihull to Zimbabwe

A courageous student at Solihull Sixth Form College will be flying to Zimbabwe this coming summer to volunteer with the ICS (International Citizen Service). Ibrahim Rashid is taking a gap year after finishing his A Levels and will be going...