Working with partners to feed the homeless

Birmingham City Council has joined forces with two city charities to help improve the lives of hundreds of homeless people. From 22 February Midland Langar Seva Society (MLSS) will be offering a hot meal service for homeless people from the Digbeth...

Funding Cuts to Phoenix Hall

“We are frustrated at the fact that our community continues to bare the brunt of cuts." Local outrage as funding cuts mean closure for Phoenix Hall. Bournville Village Trust (BVT) caused public dismay when they announced that the Trust will...

Charity runners on their marks for Coventry half marathon

The Apprentice stars join Penny Appeal team to help refugees A 75-strong team from charity Penny Appeal are on their marks and all set to go next weekend for Coventry’s Half Marathon, and have already raised over £30,000 to support...

Solihull Students Help Family On BBC’s DIY SOS

Solihull College & University Centre’s construction students have volunteered their time and expertise to lend their skills to a family in Shropshire who were in need of support. The plastering students worked on set of the BBC’s long running TV...

Dudley people back the West Midlands Combined Authority

There were five key questions relating to the proposed Combined Authority’s role and functions and, specifically, about the Scheme document that was submitted to government three months ago. The survey ran on the WMCA’s website for three weeks (18 January...

Arabian Nites’ a Knock Out for Mayweather

Undefeated World Champion Floyd Mayweather states he would love to take Arabian Nites, Birmingham concept to the States. Friday 12th February VIP guests walked the red carpet for an evening with undefeated world champion Floyd Mayweather who visited Arabian...

Top Hotels Celebrate New Partnership with ABCC

Picture: l-r: Damian Goom, Saqib Bhatti, Tony Elvin and Anjum Khan Two of Birmingham’s premier hotels – Malmaison and Hotel du Vin – have joined the ranks of leading corporate organisations to support the Asian Business Chamber of Commerce (ABCC)...

Charity helps city youngster with his school studies

A Birmingham charity specialising in supporting blind and partially sighted people is appealing to the Asian business community for help in continuing to raise much needed funds those such as Tuaib Hussain. That support now means primary school pupil Tuaib,...

Birmingham Bus Fines Abused

Ex MP reveals motorists’ fines, totalling more than £6 million, for driving in Birmingham bus lanes, are being used by the council to fund public services. Cameras were installed in ten different locations within Birmingham city centre, including Bull...

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...