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    Police Confirm Body Discovered at Vale Lake

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

    Written by Conrad Duncan on 21st February 2017


    University Signs Agreement With BAE Systems

    The University has formed a partnership with UK weapons manufacturer BAE Systems that will lead to closer work on ‘exciting research and innovation’

    Written by John Wimperis on 17th February 2017


    Council Approve Stirchley Fitness First and Bowling Demolition

    Emily Youlton reports on Birmingham City Council granting permission to demolish Stirchley's Fitness First and PSL bowling

    Written by Emily Youlton on 15th February 2017


    Bournbrook Halls Ready For 2017 Student Residents

    Among the current development projects on campus is the Bournbrook hall of residence. The construction of the halls by the University's Grange Road gate will be ready to welcome students arriving in September 2017

    Written by Astrid Skjold on 13th February 2017


    Emergency Demo Following President Trump’s ‘Muslim Ban’

    Redbrick News' Astrid Skjold and Megan Stanley report on the emergency demonstration against Trump's so-called 'Muslim Ban' in Victoria Square

    Written by Astrid Skjold & Megan Stanley on 10th February 2017


    Metro Mayor Q&A Sessions: James Burn (Green)

    Metro Mayor Green Party candidate James Burn talks transport, housing and mental health to an audience of University of Birmingham students

    Written by Tobias Sales on 6th February 2017


    Guild Highlights Student Priorities to Metro Mayor Candidates

    Redbrick analyses Ellie Keiller’s five-point ‘manifesto’, which proposes mayoral measures to improve student life

    Written by Erin Santillo on 6th February 2017


    Metro Mayor Q&A Sessions: Siôn Simon (Labour)

    Metro Mayor Labour candidate Siôn Simon talks graduate retention, arts funding and civic pride to an audience organised by the Guild of Students

    Written by Joseph Timan on 6th February 2017


    Reports Find Birmingham Entrepreneurial and Friendly City

    The city of Birmingham has been ranked as both the most entrepreneurial city outside London and among the friendliest cities in 2016 by two reports by the national entrepreneur campaign StartUp Britain and the Co-operative

    Written by Daniel Hickey on 6th February 2017


    Council Plans Massive Cuts Following Budget Black Hole

    Redbrick's John Wimperis reports on Birmingham City Council's proposed cuts of £76 million as a result of overspending

    Written by John Wimperis on 25th January 2017


    Petition calls for Council to ‘Stand Up For “Stirchley’

    On the 22nd December 2016, Birmingham City Council approved a planning application from Lidl to build a brand new store on the Stirchley site of Fitness First and PSL Bowling

    Written by Emily Youlton on 17th January 2017


    Birmingham Cycle Revolution In Gear For 2018 Commuter ‘Highway’

    News’ Erin Santillo reports on the £12.4 million cycle route that will connect UoB to the city centre and beyond

    Written by Erin Santillo on 30th December 2016
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