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Some 80,000 people are expected to take part in St Patrick's Day celebrations in Birmingham later in what is believed to be the biggest event of its kind in the UK.
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The United Kingdom is not renown for its good weather and never has that been more evident than during this video of perilous landings and take-offs at Birmingham Airport .
The photograph at the top of this page shows a crumbling memorial to a forgotten British princess.
TO celebrate 40 years of heavenly singing Alcester Male Choir will be performing a gala concert at Symphony Hall in Birmingham.
Cubestormer 3, designed by David Gilday and Mike Dobson, recorded a time of 3.253 seconds at Birmingham's NEC.
Lisa sent a personal invite to the St Margaret's School pupil after an article linked the two musical ladies in last week's edition of The Hinckley Times Stoke Golding schoolgirl DJ Darcey Dimples, 11, pictured with world famous DJ Lisa Lashes at Lisa's private studio near Thornton World renowned DJ Lisa Lashes invited Stoke Golding schoolgirl ... (more)
The 'five second rule' - i.e., food dropped on the floor can be eaten, provided it's picked up within five seconds - is not merely urban folklore.
The Historical Metallurgy Society AGM will hold its annual conference May 31 - June 1, 2014 at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, England.
THE MINISTER in charge of Local Government appears to have quashed plans to create one authority to run council services in Warwickshire.
One man, aged 36, teaches at Kings Heath Boys' College, while the other, aged 45, is a city youth worker.
PERMISSION to build 350 homes in Alcester has been given the go-ahead by the government following a lengthy appeal.
Rugby's congested gyratory system could soon undergo a 1.5m makeover to improve traffic flow around the town centre.
File photo dated 27/01/14 of for sale signs displayed outside houses as new research has found that a "lost generation" has given up on ever owning a home as average earners would need to double their wages to keep up with house prices.
The grant will sponsor a student's three-year research into the conditions which affected the charity's founder, Harry Moseley.
As China's burgeoning middle classes begin to enjoy the finer things in life - indulging in British culture appears to be high up on their to-do list.
THE CAR used in the Barnt Green Tesco Express armed robbery in which the raiders threatened to shoot a cashier has been recovered in Birmingham.