Chamberlain Complaints Continue

Midland Metro Tram Opens

UoB Climbs Four Places to 13th In Guardian League Table

UoB Ranked 5th Best for Graduate Employment

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    Chamberlain Complaints Continue

    Chamberlain residents have recently learned they will not be receiving compensation for the disruption they experienced during the start of the academic year.

    Written by Gregory Robinson on 12th September 2016

    BIRMINGHAM

    Eight men arrested at University Station

    Eight men have been arrested at University Station after an alleged fight on a train spilled on to a platform at the station.

    Written by Grace Duncan on 14th August 2016

    BIRMINGHAM

    Inquest into Birmingham Pub Bombings to be Reopened

    The inquest into the 1974 twin attacks is to be reopened.

    Written by Emily Roberts on 16th June 2016

    CAMPUS

    ‘Vote To Stay In’ Says Minister In University Visit

    MP and Minister of Life Sciences George Freeman visited the University of Birmingham to urge staff and students to vote remain in the EU referendum.

    Written by Rachel Kahn on 15th June 2016

    NEWS

    Cars Stranded as Storm Hits The Vale

    This afternoon, Wednesday 8th June, the Vale and Edgbaston Park Road flooded, leaving some cars stranded.

    Written by Grace Duncan on 8th June 2016

    CAMPUS

    New Library Move Information

    Emily Young gives all the information regarding summer library closures.

    Written by Emily Young on 7th June 2016

    BIRMINGHAM

    Midland Metro Tram Opens

    Megan Stanley reports, with commentary from Edgbaston MP Gisela Stewart.

    Written by Megan Stanley on 5th June 2016

    BIRMINGHAM

    Birmingham MP in Epicentre of Twitter Abuse Storm

    Jess Phillips, a Birmingham MP, has become the target of a series of hateful tweets that have caused a storm online, and raised questions about free speech.

    Written by James Moore on 2nd June 2016

    BIRMINGHAM

    Disabled Travel Website Set to Launch in Birmingham

    The website Limitless Travel aims to help disabled people travel by reviewing the accessibility of hotels, restaurants and attractions.

    Written by James Moore on 29th May 2016

    BIRMINGHAM

    Urgent Appeal for Blood Stem Cell Donor

    Nassar Mahmood, a fifty-five year old Birmingham resident, is appealing for people to register as blood stem cell donors following his cancer diagnosis.

    Written by Farah Sheraz on 27th May 2016

    CAMPUS

    UoB Climbs Four Places to 13th In Guardian League Table

    UoB performs strongly in the Guardian's latest rankings despite a bad year for the Russell Group

    Written by Anna Griffiths on 23rd May 2016

    CAMPUS

    International DJ Success for UoB Medical Student

    Third year medical student Kishan Bodalia could have the chance to play at acclaimed dance festival, Tomorrowland, in Belgium this summer.

    Written by Zoe Screti on 22nd May 2016
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