The British Ethnic Diversity Sports Award 2016 : A Star-Studded Event

"I wanted to hear the ring announcer saying Bruno the new world champion of the world. And I was privileged to hear that in 1995. That was my legend and no one can ever take that away from me.” February...

Small Heath School Strikes Again

"Hundreds of children are not receiving an education because there exists an employee/employer dispute regarding one member of staff." Labour MP Shabana Mahmood has condemned striking in Small Heath School, urging staff to return to the classroom. Concerns ensued as...

Zatoon Bibi, 36, Charged with Murder of Edgbaston Shop Owner

A 36-year-old woman has been charged with the murder of Hi-Tech Music shop owner Tanveer Iqbal. Zatoon Bibi, of Rowey Lane, Oldbury, was set to appear in Birmingham Magistrates Courts on Wedneday Morning. A 43-year-old male was also arrested in suspicion...

Fauja Fronts Ford

Punjabi legend Fauja Singh has redefined what it means to be an OAP. The elderly role model has not only changed the face of marathon running, but has become an advocate for the power positive thinking. "When I went through...

Islamic Help Awarded Charity of the Year 2016 Honour

Islamic Help has been honoured with the accolade of Charity of the Year 2016 at the British Muslim Awards. The fourth annual awards ceremony was held on Thursday 28th January 2016 in Birmingham. Organised by Oceanic Consulting and sponsored by...

Digbeth Murder: Akhtar Javeed Tied up and Executed

Eye witness reports have revealed that Digbeth Murder victim Akhtar Javeed, was tied up and led away by two gunmen before being shot in the head. “The next thing is I heard the gunshot. I didn’t know what had happened....

Missing Shop Owner Found Dead in Own Car Boot

West Midland Police launch investigation after the body of missing shop owner, Tanveer Iqbal, was found in the boot of his own car on Portland Road in Edgbaston. The 33-year-old was reported missing on Monday afternoon, after not being...

UPDATE – Tareena Shakil Sentenced to Six Years for Travelling to Syria to Join...

Sparkbrook mom Tareena Shakil, has been jailed for six years at Birmingham Crown Courts. Tareena Shakil, a 26- year-old Sparkbrook mum has become the first British woman to be found guilty for joining terror group, Islamic State, after returning from...

UPDATE – Councillor Afzal Steps Down as Lord Mayor elect

After recent controversies, Councillor Afzal has announced his withdrawal from the running to become Lord Mayor elect. The veteran Labour councillor had been expected to become Birmingham’s First Citizen, when public embroilments ensued. The Birmingham Councillor came under-fire when he made...

Nuneaton Food Festival Satisfies Taste Buds And Raises Thousands Of Pounds for refugees

A community food festival in Nuneaton has raised £2,500 to provide vital aid to refugees. Organised by Yaseen Sheikh, a member of charity Penny Appeal’s #TeamOrange volunteer family, the event was part of his fundraising efforts ahead of Coventry’s Half...