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Cadbury connection continues as Trust welcomes new board members

The daughter of Sir Adrian Cadbury, whose landmark report changed the face of corporate governance across the world, has joined the board of a...

‘All about the beat’ at the Easter Fun Run!

The charity Headway Birmingham & Solihull is holding its second Easter Fun Run in April and already has a number of participants signed up,...

Putting the fun in fundraising, Sainsbury’s welcomes back Northfield Red Nose...

Red Nose Day is back! And colleagues and customers from Sainsbury’s Northfield will be fundraising and making their laugh matter for Red Nose Day....

Ex Rover worker celebrates 80th birthday with local groups

Pride of Longbridge (POL) organisers and the Rover West Mids enthusiasts yesterday embarked on a local nursing home to treat one resident on his very special day. Brian spent...

Northfield man to appear in court after armed incident at high...

A local man has been charged in relation to holding a staff member hostage at a Natwest bank in Northfield on Friday (17 March). Police were called...

Man stabbed in Weoley Castle incident

Police are investigating after a man was stabbed at an address in Abdon Avenue, Weoley Castle, this morning (Saturday 18 March). The 25-year-old man was...

On yer bike and ‘Ride the Reservoir’ for charity

Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice is calling for cyclists from the West Midlands to get on their bikes for their annual ‘Ride the Reservoir’ cycle...

Album to raise awareness of autism features local musician

YeahOn the 20th February at the Hard Rock Cafe, Mayfair London, the album 'Building Bridges' – for charity Anna Kennedy Online – was launched to raise awareness of autism. I know...

Rednal woman receives garden renovation with grant

A woman with mobility issues from Birmingham has revamped the garden of her new bungalow, after receiving a grant from financial mutual OneFamily. Madeline...

Lecture by renowned scientist inspires audience at local school

Professor Lord Robert Winston, renowned scientist and Britain’s leading fertility expert, visited King Edward’s School to talk to an audience of over 400 pupils,...

Over 200 people join charity walk to raise awareness of people...

The walk, organised by national disability charity Sense, comes ahead of the opening of ‘TouchBase Pears’ – a pioneering centre opening in the summer TouchBase...

Police searching CCTV after man threatened with bladed instrument in Longbridge

Police are investigating a report of an offender threatening a man with a bladed object and stealing his phone. The incident took place near the bus stop on Longbridge Lane...

Local lady features in The Big Issue’s ‘Bob and Britain’s Hero...

A Northfield entrepreneur's success story which was inspired by the affections of her pets has featured in The Big Issue's March 6th edition. Lisa Murray-Lang is...

Harborne Lane to reopen following ‘Selly Sink Hole’ damage

The burst water main which kept Harborne Lane, Selly Oak partly closed for several months will be fully useable from tomorrow (Sunday 5th March). The pipe which is 6...

TV Presenter Marverine Cole chooses B31 Voices World Book Day winners

Award-winning Journalist, TV & Radio Presenter Marverine Cole, had quite a task choosing three winners from the B31 Voices World Book Day competition.  World Book...

Pets at Home voluntarily recall cat food after several pets become...

The popular High Street store, Pets At Home, have voluntarily recalled varieties of the AVA cat food after several cats required veterinary care after...