Burkini Beach Ban

Just a month ago, headlines blared after a terror plot saw a lorry kill 85 people on Bastille Day, Nice. Now, the French Riveria beaches, a mere few kilometres down from Nice has implemented a full ban in burkinis-...

Extremist Preacher Anjem Choudary Finally Convicted

Anjem Choudary has finally been convitced after a unanimous verdict found him guilty of rallying support for IS and promoting violence via social media and YouTube. Scotland Yard believes the terror preacher can be linked to almost every major...

Anil Kapoor on Good Morning Britain & Sunday Morning Live

Iconic Bollywood actor Anil Kapoor to hit UK TV screens this week Tuesday 16th August 2016 – Bollywood superstar, Anil Kapoor will be hitting our TV screens beyond his starring role as 24's Jai Singh Rathod on Colors TV UK...

Delhi Dynamos to play friendly match at The Hawthorns

ALBION are delighted to announce the Club will host Delhi Dynamos in an international friendly at The Hawthorns next month. An Albion XI will entertain the Indian Super League team on Saturday, September 3 (ko 3pm) as they visit England...

Cadbury Under Fire Due to Racism Claims

Cadbury has pulled one of its adverts from Australian television after a number of complaints prompted a watchdog to rule the ad as portraying racist stereotypes. The advert features an Indian airline worker reading out flight information with a heavy...

Birmingham Hospice launches innovative Satellite Clinics across the city

Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice has recently expanded its patient services including opening two Satellite Clinics across the city. The Satellite Clinics will be based in Sparkbrook Community and Health Centre, Sparkbrook and Jiggins Lane Medical Centre, Bartley Green, with more...

The Economic Benefit of International Students in Birmingham

According to a report published by the Birmingham Commonwealth Association (BCA), and supported by Birmingham City Council’s International Affairs Team, using the most recent reliable figures it has been conservatively calculated that international students (non-EU) bring in over £400 million per academic year. Of...

Bordesley Green Primary to Provide Clean Water for Needy Communities

Pupils at Bordesley Green Primary School have been digging deep this Ramadan and challenging themselves to provide clean water for as many people as possible. The youngsters raised a total of £2,100 which has been donated to international humanitarian...

A Brighter Balsall Heath

The Balsall Heath Forum organised a joint community action day after consulting with residents about the issues within their locality. Balsall Heath Forum found that the main concerns for residents around the George St and Tindal St area were...

Make organ donation a talking point

Brexit, the weather and the Olympics are all familiar conversation topics, but how many of us take time out of our day to talk about organ donation? Talking about donation isn’t always easy, which is why the theme for organ donation...