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Jas Sansi – The Thinking Man’s Mouthpiece Photographer and LoveBrum trustee, Jas Sansi brings a dose of all things Birmingham. With an unprecedented love of the city and its unique diverseness, he brings his 6-foot passion to The Asian Today. In...

Jeremy Corbyn meets students from across the region at South and City College Birmingham

Students from across the region met Labour leader Rt Hon Jeremy Corbyn MP in a short meet and greet this afternoon (14th Nov). The event, hosted by South and City College Birmingham in conjunction with the Association of Colleges, saw...

Interest Rate Fears Diminish As Inflation Holds Steady

The prospect of a further interest rate rise diminished with the news that inflation held steady in October. The Consumer Prices Index measure of inflation was unchanged at 3 per cent – wrong-footing city economists who predicted a 0.1 per...

Could you save someone’s life?

  Could you save someone’s life? Do you have a passion to deliver excellent patient care? Why not become a student Paramedic? To apply you must hold; 5 GCSE’s grade A-C including English, Maths & Science. (Or nationally recognised equivalent) ...

BIRMINGHAM CATERER OPENS BRAND NEW STATE-OF-THE-ART LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT CENTRE

Cityserve, the organisation behind 70,000 school meals across Birmingham each day, is marking National School Meals Week with the official launch of a brand new state-of-the-art learning and development centre at its headquarters in the city. The centre, based at...

Moin Younis Wins at Pride of Britain Awards 2017

The boy with no skin – Moin Younis shines a light on bravery. Moin suffers from a rare and painful skin condition called Epidermolysis bullosa and is the only youngest in the world with this skin disorder. Moin recived the...

Walk of Hope

The walk of hope mission for Peace & Harmony arrived in Birmingham. The success of the 2015/16 Walk of Hope which covered a staggering 7500 kilometres over 16 months travelling 11 Indian states is once again being undertaken. The...

Saudi Arabia’s heir to the throne arrests the countries dignitaries

The Heir to the throne, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has arrested dozens of Saudi royals, ministers and businessmen in an extreme anti-corruption drive. Sheikh Saud al-Mojeb in a statement said “this is merely the start of a vital process...

Saluting Apprenticeships

MORE than 500 people have celebrated the best of apprentices from the British Asian community and the companies and organisations that employ them. The second annual Asian Apprenticeship Awards took place at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground in Birmingham on Thursday,...

Gang Armed With Weapons Target Shop

Reports of a chaos outside a restaurant on Witton Lodge Road, Perry Common on Thursday 2nd November called Police to investigate; two individuals were injured as a gang of youth armed with weapons caused "significant damage" to a shop...