Solihull, England Newswire

Solihull, England Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Solihull, England.

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  1. Southport v York CityRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Vital Football

    Two clubs desperately in need of a morale-boosting triumph come face to face as Southport entertain York City at Haig Avenue this evening. The lowly pair have thus far managed only a combined five league victories between them in thirty-two attempts this season, while the visitors were hoping to finally cure their travel sickness and win away from home for remarkably the first time in as many games.


  2. Mental health nurse Laura Charles 'used her knowledge of anorexia...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Mental health nurse who survived on just 500 calories a day died weighing five stone after 'using her expert knowledge of anorexia to mask her own eating disorder' Mental health nurse Laura Charles, 29, used her medical knowledge to hide the anorexia that killer her, an inquest has heard A mental health nurse who specialised in eating disorders used her medical knowledge to survive on just 500 calories a day and conceal the anorexia that killed her, an inquest has heard. Laura Charles, 29, had battled the eating disorder for several years and weighed just 5st 7lbs when she was found dead at her home in March this year.


  3. Tory West Mids Mayoral candidate Andy Street CBE explains why he should get your voteRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago |

    In first of his series of interviews with the candidates vying to be West Midlands Mayor, Adam Smith speaks to Conservative hopeful Andy Street CBE. THE Prime Minister Theresa May described Andy Street as an "action man" during her speech at the Conservative Party Conference.


  4. Solihull cannabis factory Booby Trapped with doors wired to the mainsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | IcWolverhampton

    West Midlands Police raided an old warehouse on Stratford Road in Shirley last week after a tip off from members of the local community. When they got there they found around 600 plants and a fully set up cannabis factory across five rooms using electricity, lighting and hydroponics.


  5. Solihull Breeze - Monthly longer rideRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This Is Leicestershire

    Please join me for this longer ride to Mary Arden's House. The 38 mile route is on mainly country lanes.


  6. Glovers cup tie details confirmedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 21 | Vital Football

    Details of Solihull Moors' FA Cup first round tie away at Yeovil Town have now been confirmed by the Football Association. The fixture, which will take place at the Glover's Huish Park, will be played on Saturday the 5th of November, with the kick-off time of 3pm.


  7. Inspirational Chesterfield girl wins top award for selfless care workRead the original story

    Friday Oct 21 | Derby Shire Times

    Emily Kay, 12, of Chesterfield, was presented with this year s St James s Place Foundation s Midlands Children of Courage Award at a special ceremony at the National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull, West Midlands, on Friday, October 7 in front of 400 people.


  8. Asda scrunchie 'turns Solihull girl's blonde hair red' forcing her to cut itRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 20 | Daily Mail

    A five-year-old girl was forced to cut her hair after it was dyed red by an Asda scrunchie. Ella Brannigan had some 12in chopped off after the dye from the patterned hairband apparently leaked on to her blonde hair as she played in a paddling pool.


  9. Images from the scenes of three stabbings in 4 hours in Birmingham and SolihullRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 20 | IcWalsall

    Birmingham suffered a bleak afternoon yesterday after three young people were stabbed within a matter of hours of each other. One 28-year-old died after being stabbed in Kingshurst, on the border with Solihull on Tuesday night, and died little more than 24 hours after.


  10. The African banknote featuring a Midland-made car: Yours for a sixth of a pennyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 19 | IcLichfield

    Leading authority on the marque thinks the UK should take a leaf out of Malawi's book and pay tribute to the Solihull-built vehicle A car made in the West Midlands has been immortalised on the back of an African banknote - and is worth a SIXTH of a penny. UK banknotes may be swapping paper for polymer, and are typically emblazoned with historical figures like Sir Winston Churchill, but the 50 kwacha note in Malawi features the famed Land Rover Defender.


  11. Labour leadership candidate Andy Burnham, from the front page of his campaign websiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 16 | IcWalsall

    AN MP who played a key role in securing justice for the families of the Hillsborough disaster victims, says the plight of relatives of the Birmingham pub bombings is "unbelievable." Andy Burnham has called on Prime Minister Theresa May to intervene over their plea for financial support to pay for lawyers to represent them when a new inquest opens.


  12. Pub bombings inquests: Government ministers are hypocrites - campaignerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 15 | IcLichfield

    It follows the Home Secretary suggesting that funding similar to that received by the families of 7/7 terror attacks in London could be made available to the Birmingham families. Ms Hambleton said: "The fact is that the 7/7 funding came from under the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012, which is no longer available and the Home Secretary must have known this.


  13. Our interactive GCSE results search tool shows you how schools in the region performedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 14 | IcWalsall

    Birmingham and Black Country pupils outperformed the national average at GCSEs this year - and the city boasts some of the top schools in the country. New figures reveal 59.5 per cent of pupils in the city got at least a C grade in English and maths.


  14. Experts predict how many years of good health you can expectRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 13 | IcLichfield

    Because a new study by the nation's official number-crunchers has found that we're also likely to spend more of our lives suffering from poor health. The Office for National Statistics has published new figures giving their estimated life expectancy for people in different parts of the country.


  15. See how Land Rover restores Defenders and take one off-roadRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 13 | Autoblog

    ... a trip to the UK) you can watch technicians breathe life back into classic Landies. The facility is in Solihull, England, home of the Range Rover and Range Rover sport factory. Tours kick off with refreshments for guests. From there, a walk through ...


  16. London Marathon Ballot - why you don't need to worry you missed outRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 13 | IcTamworth

    Runners who have missed out on the 2017 London Marathon ballot are being urged to look to Birmingham - and focus their training on competing in the birthplace of mass participation long distance running. The city is hosting the inaugural Birmingham International Marathon on Sunday, October 15, 2017 - it's first 26.2 mile run since the People's Marathon which was first staged in 1980, a year before the London Marathon.


  17. Schools obesity crisis as 100,000 Year 6 kids classed overweightRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 12 | IcTamworth

    The startling statistics were released following the launch of a new Cancer Research UK campaign aimed at highlighting the link between obesity and cancer. They show that 21,207 Year 6 children were severely overweight in 2010/11, with the figure increasing to 22,726 for 2014/15.


  18. FLOORED: David Mudd with fitting manager Marcus Ashburn in the new Worcester shopRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 11 | Worcester News

    Premier Carpet & Flooring has opened in Upper Tything selling a wide range of quality carpets, wood, laminate and vinyl flooring. The company has been trading across the West Midlands for the past ten years with an original store in Solihull and is expanding into Worcestershire after continued success and business growth.


  19. 0.5 Lecturer - " HairdressingSolihullAre you an experienced qualified ...Read the original story

    Tuesday Oct 11 | Times Educational Supplement

    Solihull College and University Centre is a modern responsive and robust organization and this provides the ideal foundation for us to further develop and excel. We are proud to be a student – focused institution.


  20. Green Party leader joins campaign for justice over Birmingham pub bombingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 11 | IcWalsall

    THE leader of the Green Party has joined the growing army of supporters of the families of the Birmingham pub bombings , tabling an Early Day Motion in the House of Commons. The motion by Caroline Lucas urges the Legal Aid Agency to approve their application for exceptional funding without further delay.