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Spread festive cheer in your workplace

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Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice’s Christmas Poster is back and it’s the perfect way for you to spread festive cheer this Christmas!  Simply pop the poster up...

SAIC Motor UK announce vacancies at the Longbridge MG development centre

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SAIC Motor UK Technical Centre Limited (SMTC UK) have announced vacancies at the development centre based at the MG Motor site in Longbridge. SMTC UK, which...

#BrumBins Refuse workers balloted on new strike action over ‘secret payments’ to non-striking staff

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A union is balloting Birmingham refuse workers for strike action as union officials accuse the council of blacklisting staff who took part in last...

Turves Green Girls’ bring the story of the Birmingham Pen Trade to life

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  On Monday 19th November, 16 pupils from Turves Green Girls’ School took part in a creative performance to bring the story of the women...

FOUND – Missing Tammy Caulfield now found

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Missing Tammy Caulfield, Kings Norton, has been FOUND.  Thanks all!

City’s children’s hospital hosts fire training exercise

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Don't be alarmed if you are in the city today and see smoke and fire crews close to Birmingham Children's Hospital (Tuesday 27th . The...

Christmas Toy Appeal 2018 supports children affected by domestic violence

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A Christmas Toy appeal has been launched to support local children and teenagers who have been – or are being – affected by domestic...

Appeal for info after staff threatened for cash in Marlbrook Tesco store robbery

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West Mercia Police are appealing for information after an armed robbery where staff at a Tesco Express store were threatened for cash on Saturday...

Date set for Loungers to open Allegro Lounge in Northfield

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The eagerly anticipated arrival of Lounges brand spanking new Northfield based premises - Allegro Lounge, is almost upon us. The fabulously quirky restaurant/café/bar, will open...

Thieves leave empty handed after smashing way into Northfield shop with axe

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Thieves who smashed their way into a Northfield mobile phone shop with an axe had to leave empty handed earlier this week (Tuesday 20th...

Public consultation: King Edward VI Academy Trust propose admissions changes to improve accessibility for...

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The King Edward VI Academy Trust Birmingham has proposed changes to its Admissions policies for its six selective schools with an aim to improve...

Appeal after young girl reportedly kicked and punched by group of boys in Great...

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West Midlands Police have confirmed they are investigating a report of an attack on a young girl as she walked home through a short...

New Memorial to be unveiled for victims of Birmingham Pub Bombings

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A new memorial for the victims of the Birmingham Pub Bombings of 1974 will be unveiled this evening (21st November) outside Grand Central (New Street Station). The bombs...

Police officer charged following traveller dog bite incident at former Northfield golf course

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A West Midlands Police officer is due to appear in court today (Wednesday 21st November) charged with racially aggravated wounding following an incident where...

Sainsbury’s become first UK supermarket to offer ‘Crickets’ as a snack

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The supermarket giant will now be stocking food normally seen by the British consumer on holiday and ITV's popular 'I'm a Celebrity get me...

Local charity purchases first holiday home for families coping with terminal illness

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They've only gone and done it!  After two years of constant hard work and fundraising. Tracey's Dream has been realised with the Rednal based charity...