Prince and the Ethics of Music Streaming

Redbrick’s Guild Elections Guide 2017

A Photo Journal: North Korea

UoB Gets to the Heart of Cardiac Screenings with CRY

Storm Doris Hits Selly Oak

News' Megan Stanley reports on the disruption caused by Storm Doris in Selly Oak and across Birmingham and the country

Police Confirm Body Discovered at Vale Lake

The body was discovered on Tuesday afternoon and was pronounced dead later that day

Trump State Visit To Move To Birmingham

The controversial state visit of Donald Trump could be moved from London to Birmingham, new reports have released



A Strong Labour is Needed for Democracy

Comment writer Zoe Olukoga considers where the voice of opposition comes from today, and how necessary it is


Farewell to Wigs in the Commons

Bea Harvie comments on the social progress in the Houses of Parliament

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BUCS Nationals 2017: Athletics

Dan Steeden and Alex Alton round-up the action from a successful weekend at BUCS Nationals in Sheffield for Birmingham's Athletics team


BUCS Nationals 2017: Swimming

Online editor, Nicola Kenton, summarises how the University of Birmingham performed in the pool at BUCS Nationals in Sheffield


UoB Gets to the Heart of Cardiac Screenings with CRY

Sports Officer Georgie Freeman, the Guild of Students and UB Sport endorse cardiac screenings which are due to take place at the UoB School

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Bison Return to Canada After an Absence of 100 years

On 1st February, 16 Bison were reintroduced back in Canada’s oldest National Park to restore the environment. Ellen Daugherty reports


Panorama Reveals that Sad Reality of a Mental Health System in Crisis

TV Critic Abbie Pease reviews BBC Panorama's 'Britain’s Mental Health Crisis'


Skepta, the Brits and the Hard R

Thom Dent examines issues of race and prejudice at the Brit Awards

Redbrick Photography and Illustration

xpLosION 2016

Birmingham Lions took on the Bath Killer Bees for the 12th xpLosION in a close-fought match, ending 10-7 to the visitors

By Redbrick on 19th November 2016
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Walkabout’s Refurbishment

Walkabout bar, on Broad Street, underwent a £450,000 refurbishment. The makeover saw the exterior and interior of the bar redecorated. Reporter, James Moore, attended the grand opening.