In The Spotlight With Kabir Ali

Describe yourself in three words. Shy, honest and hard working. How would your teammates describe you in the dressing room? My teammates would describe me as an introvert and quiet. I’m the person they come to in a hard situation. Which do you prefer?...

Asda partners Mum this Ramadan in stocking up the essentials in advance!

With eight weeks to Ramadan Muslim mums have already started preparing for the holy month. Along with the 30 days of fasting comes the responsibility of planning out meals, budgeting, shopping for essentials and making sure your family gets...

My Choice! My Right! My Life!

It is no secret that the practice of forced marriage is prevalent within the South Asian community. Forced Marriage is defined as a union where one or both individuals involved, are coerced to consent to a marriage against their...

Sparkhill Bus-Stop Banksy

We’re all used to the dull daily commute, but travellers at one bus stop in Birmingham were in for a surprise when a mysterious artist brightened up their view. An unidentified artist has turned the number two and three bus...

Holi is Here!

  Holi is upon us once again, with Hindus across the UK getting involved in the festivities this week. A religious observance celebrated the world over, it is one of the biggest holidays on the Hindu calendar, second only to...

Non-Surgical Solutions for Hair Loss

Kam Lavoi from The Laser Hair Growth Clinic, based within the prestigious David Lloyd gym and health club in the Great Barr area of Birmingham, answers your frequently asked questions about non-surgical solutions for hair loss.   Does LLLT (Low Level Light...

Why Being ‘Grown up’ is Harder to define for today’s young adults

You remember when you were a child and were always being asked what you wanted to do when you had ‘grown-up’? Perhaps you remember thinking yourself that it was okay to feel pretty childish/insecure/carefree because you weren’t properly grown-up...

WALKING TOWARDS OURSELVES: INDIAN WOMEN TELL THEIR STORIES

India is a nation of contradictions. Women are at once celebrated as goddesses, to be worshipped and respected, yet sold as child wives to be nothing more than the property of their husbands. They live in a culture dominated...

Construction to start on Major New Center for Disabled People in Selly Oak

National charity, Sense, will hold ground-breaking ceremony on Friday Birmingham City Council Leader, John Clancy, will attend ground-breaking ceremony in Selly Oak where the new ‘TouchBase Pears’ centre will be located The major new centre for disabled people in the West...

Top Menus for Mother’s Day

Mummies make the world go round so it’s only fit that we celebrate all the fabulous mums in the world. It doesn’t matter if your mum is laid back or fussy, traditional or modern, fuss free or likes the full...