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Helping The Homeless This Christmas

With the weather getting wet, temperatures dropping and Christmas just around the corner for many homeless people staying warm and enjoying the festivities is a challenge. Birmingham’s homeless population could be facing some potentially freezing nights which can increase rough...

Police Arrest Sixth In Connection With Murder of Father-of-Four

Police have arrested a sixth person in connection with the murder of father-of-four Yasir Hussain, who was stabbed to death on Tuesday evening (4 December) in Central Drive, Lower Gornal. On Sunday 9 December a 40-year-old man was taken...

Pharmacist Kills Wife to be with Boyfriend

A pharmacist who mercilessly choked his wife with a Tesco bag, so he could start a new life in Australia with his boyfriend and cash in a 2 million life insurance pay-out will has been jailed for a minimum...

Leicester Company Nylacast Fined £293K

A Leicester company has been fined almost £300,000 after a death of one of its employer who died following an industrial accident. Nylacast Limited was fined £293,000 after 52-year-old Tarsem Singh, of Oadby, died from a heart attack in hospital...

Acorns Children’s Hospice Santa Run

One mum tells us what a difference Acorn's can make for families in need and is encouraging people to sign up for the Santa Run on Saturday 8 December. Najma Sajid’s daughter Tanisha was born with an extremely rare,...

Shop saddling up for huge charity effort to provide free bikes to children this...

A Birmingham bike shop is helping Christmas come early for scores of children from low income families after peddling ahead with a charity initiative. Bargain Bikes, in Selly Park, aims to give away 100 bikes to local youngsters, in time...

Apprenticeships are plummeting because of Apprenticeship Levy, says FMB

Apprenticeship starts are falling because of the Apprenticeship Levy which needs to be made more flexible, according to the Federation of Master Builders (FMB). The FMB’s reaction is in response to statistics published today by the Department for Education, which...

Third Annual Midlands Asian Wedding Awards Amazing Success

A huge thank you! To everybody who attended The MAWA 2018 for a wonderful evening! The event was an amazing success thanks to all our wonderful partners, and of course all our delightful guests, spectacular short listers and well deserving...

BodyBuilder Shah Receives Award at UKBFF Federation

A Birmingham bodybuilder Syed Rahat Ali Shah is the first Asian to receive the men’s physique British champion Award 2018 at the UKBFF Federation and was in the top 6 at the Arnold Classic Europe in Barcelona. For Shah, bodybuilding...

A record-breaking business lunch for Bootcamp Media

Phoenix Business Lunch in Birmingham raises over £4,000 for local charity Birmingham-based digital marketing agency Bootcamp Media recently hosted the Phoenix Business Lunch which was attended by a record-breaking 132 guests and raised a staggering £4,150 for a local hospice. Held...

President Macron Visits Arc de Triomphe after riots 

More than 400 people are arrested in Paris as 133 people, including 23 police officers, are injured during fuel tax riots. Frances president has visited the graffiti-damaged Arc de Triomphe after hundreds of people were arrested during the country’s worst...

Stocks and oil surge as Trump calls truce in China trade war

Financial markets give their reaction to hopes that trade spat will prove less costly than feared to demand in the global economy. Stock markets are rallying worldwide after the US and China agrees to suspend new tariffs in their trade...