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  • Featured

    NHS spending on diabetes ‘to reach £16.9 billion by 2035’

    A new report published in the journal Diabetic Medicine has projected that the NHS’s annual spending on diabetes in the UK will increase from £9.8 billion to £16.9 billion over the next 25 years, a rise...
    2012-05-14 776 0
  • Local News

    Mohammad Nawaz’s Family Pay Tribute

    The family of a Birmingham father, who died last month in a road traffic collision on Wake Green Road, has paid tribute to him. Mohammad Nawaz, from Moseley, suffered fatal injuries after the black Seat-Leon he...
    2012-05-14 866 0
  • Local News

    MISS BLACK COUNTRY 2012

    22-year-old Clinical Psychology student Nikki Sahota, from West Bromwich was crowned Miss Black Country 2012, securing herself a place in the Miss England grand final in June. The event, organised by Front Models and held at...
    2012-05-14 791 0
  • Global News

    ARABIAN MID-SPRINGS NIGHT’S DREAM

    Creation Theatre and Oxfam present Shakespeare theatre from the occupied Palestinian territory Oxford’s own Creation Theatre Company and global development charity Oxfam have teamed up to present Ashtar Theatre’s production of Shakespeare’s Richard II in Oxford,...
    2012-05-14 632 0
  • Global News

    ELEPHANT RUNS HAVOCK

    An elephant caused panic at a Hindu festival in southern India when it went on a rampage. The animal, known as Kalidasan, went ran aimlessly, causing crowds in Kerela to run away in fear. The animal...
    2012-05-14 607 0
  • Global News

    CLEVER BUDGIE HELPS POLICE

    A talking budgie was returned to its Japanese owner after it told police officers her entire address. The male bird, known as Piko-chan, flew from his owner’s home in the Sagamihara district of Yokohama and ended...
    2012-05-14 695 0
  • Global News

    North Wales and China build bridges through Confucius

    By William Walker. For two enormously different legal systems across two very different countries Chinese bonds are being forged with the UK in a small town on the North Wales coast. Bangor University is to be...
    2012-05-14 636 0
  • Global News

    Hong Kong to become ‘no birth zone’ for Chinese mothers

    By William Walker. Since British sovereignty was relinquished in 1997 Hong Kong has become somewhat of an envy for the many onlookers of the so-close, yet so-far mainland. As a Special Administrative Region, it can effectively...
    2012-05-14 702 0
  • Interviews

    AMARA KARAN

    By Hemisha Morarji. “Had ‘Bhaji on the Beach’ been rubbish, I wouldn’t have had the inspiration to do this”   The London-born beauty looked sultry in a black maxi dress, with Indian embroidery along the hem....
    2012-04-30 871 0
  • Interviews

    REECE RITCHIE

    By Hemisha Morarji. “Those big studio pictures they were great fun. But I enjoyed the creative freedom and responsibility in ‘All in Good Time.”   Reece is more than just a pretty face to swoon over....
    2012-04-30 959 0
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