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    Over 20,000 jobs at risk on UK railways

    More than 20,000 jobs on the UK’s railways could be lost as a result of the government’s reforms to the rail industry, unions claim as they launch their Action for Rail campaign. As part of its...
    2012-06-13 771 0
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    Birmingham architecture student wins prestigious internship

    An Architecture student from Birmingham City University has beaten off stiff competition to secure one of a handful of summer internships with a leading architecture practice. Second year BA Architecture student, Haiqal Che Zulhikam will be...
    2012-06-13 752 0
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    Halesowen’s Asian community thank police

    The Asian Elderly Community in Halesowen have thanked police for their support after receiving £500 to help the carry out restoration work on their day centre. The donation, which comes from the Police Property Act fund...
    2012-06-13 758 0
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    SHAKESPEARE PLAY GIVEN EASTERN MAKE-OVER

    Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew as you’ve never seen it before As part of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad, Theatre Walley, in partnership with Kashf Foundation, present an Urdu production of Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew in...
    2012-06-13 780 0
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    DON’T DESTROY SPIRIT OF HAJJ

    National Hajj issue warning against Pilgrim travelling without appropriate vaccination A National Hajj organisation has praised the awareness made of pilgrims travelling to Pakistan without appropriate vaccination. The Association of British Hujjaj UK commends the statement...
    2012-06-13 718 0
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    Amelius Solicitors: Winning Market Share

    Amelius Solicitors LLP is a vibrant and unique law firm whose emphasis is on providing high quality service and client care to all its clients. Amelius Solicitors are based in Manchester but welcome enquiries from across...
    2012-05-22 754 0
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    PUTTING FAITH INTO THE COMMUNITY

    A Faith Watch group, the first of its kind in the West Midlands, has been launched as part of a pilot scheme to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour. The Faith Watch scheme in Washwood Heath, Birmingham,...
    2012-05-21 724 0
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    Bristol allows scattering of Hindu ashes

    Hindus have applauded City of Bristol in United Kingdom (UK) for considering River Avon as possible site for dispersing cremated remains of Hindus. Bristol’s Lord Mayor Peter Main was quoted as saying that providing a consecrated...
    2012-05-21 955 0
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    DRUG CRIMINALS FORCED TO PAY

    Two men in prison for conspiring to produce Class B drugs have been ordered to pay back £234,000 at a confiscation hearing at Birmingham Crown Court on 17 May. Shazad Zulnorain Ali, aged 32 from Walsall,...
    2012-05-21 679 0
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    HAIR-RAISING ART

    Artist makes carpet made entirely of human hair. An artist/academic showcased her latest artwork, a carpet made of human hair, at a local prestigious event. Bharti Parmar was present to talk about the shagpile carpet, which...
    2012-05-14 783 0
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