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Green number plates for electric cars will appear this autumn

Pure electric vehicles will be given distinctive ‘green’ number plates in a move that may help owners of the cleaner vehicles access...

How a Welsh hotel is surviving Covid-19

Produced in partnership with the UK Government There is a wide range of financial support available to...

Safer shopping: Restoring people’s livelihoods and keeping everyone safe

Produced in Partnership with UK Government With all non-essential retailers, including fashion shops and homeware stores, able to...

BRIXTON CLASH: Over 20 officers injured and police cars smashed

An illegal street party last night witnessed "significant disorder" leaving some 22 officers injured and police cars smashed. Social...

25,000 NHS Test & Trace contact tracing staff protecting families

Coronavirus symptoms checklist: • A new continuous cough (coughing for more than...

Supporting local produce and helping farms in your area

We can all do our bit to support our food industry, be it eating vegetables that are currently in season, trying new...

Yorkshire born star appointed CEO of Royal Charity at 22

A young Leeds man will be taking the helm to expand a Duchess of Kent charity which supports young people in fulfilling...

Reflect you personality… vibrant face masks from Treat Republic

As the country continues to relax lockdown measures, with non-essential shops also being allowed to reopen from 15th June, many restrictions will...

Combatting Covid-19 by land, sea and air

Produced in partnership with UK Government It’s often in the midst of a crisis our profound need for...

Super sonic maths genius answers 175 questions in 60 seconds!

His speed defies belief. His manner cool and collected. The astonishing speed of a 10-year-old schoolboy with extraordinary times table skills earned...

More Clarity on Force Majeure Clauses

Byline: Luke Patel Readers of this publication may recall a few months ago an editorial on Force Majeure...

UK’s first hijab-wearing judge says she’s still mistaken as an interpreter

A Muslim woman has made British history by becoming the first hijab-wearing judge in the country. Raffia Arshad, 40,...

FOOD FRAUD: 37% say takeaways are the least trusted type of...

A new food fraud report shows that almost two thirds of people in the Midlands (64%) regularly take measures to ensure their food is...

Birmingham Mela pulls in over 90,000 visitors

  Big John's Birmingham Mela has become one of the largest in the country Headline acts included Abrar-ul-Haq, Malkit Singh, Imran Khan and Roach Killa just...

LUCKY TRIO: Penguin Random House selects just handful of budding writers...

  A publishing house has announced a shortlist of 12 exceptional writers from under-represented communities to take part in a mentoring programme. WriteNow, a mentoring...

From Midlands with love: How a tantrum-throwing student landed a place...

“I thought I was stupid, and my growing frustration meant that I began to misbehave.” “She used to throw desks, knock over chairs, push past...

CANCER : Don’t ignore the warning signs

Nitin Ganatra supports new Midlands campaign driving awareness of persistent tummy troubles as possible signs of cancer In the Midlands around 55,800 people are diagnosed...

Getting botanical for charity

SAFS 30th Anniversary Gala is a fragrant success A registered Midlands charity - Sandwell Asian Family Support Service (SAFS) - held a fabulous 30th Anniversary...

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