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    Earthquake hits Selly Oak

    Deputy Editor Kirstie Sutherland reports on a magnitude 4.4 earthquake which has affected parts of the West Midlands, including UoB's main campus.

    Written by Kirstie Sutherland on 17th February 2018


    Birmingham Liver Brander Fined £10k

    In December 2017, Simon Bramhall admitted to branding the livers of two patients back in February and April 2013, whilst working as a surgeon at the Queen Elizabeth hospital in Birmingham.

    Written by Kat Smith on 15th February 2018


    Birmingham ‘Red Zone’ for Aussie Flu Outbreak

    According to Public Health England, the number of people admitted to intensive care because of influenza almost doubled between December 28th and January 4th, which is heavily linked to ‘Aussie Flu’

    Written by Tom Leaman on 26th January 2018


    Rainbow Releases Statement Announcing Closure

    On the evening of the 18th of January, The Rainbow Venues shared a video announcing their closure

    Written by Issy Campbell on 19th January 2018


    UoB Welcomes Commonwealth Games

    UoB Vice Chancellor and students have welcomed the decision to announce Birmingham as Commonwealth host.

    Written by Lily Wilde on 11th January 2018


    Birmingham Announced as Host of 2022 Commonwealth Games

    Birmingham has finally been announced as the 2022 Commonwealth Games host city after months of delay

    Written by Lily Wilde on 26th December 2017


    Six Die in Underpass Collision Beneath Bristol Road

    Six people have been killed and a seventh is said to be in critical condition after a collision in an underpass near Birmingham city centre on Saturday night

    Written by John Wimperis on 19th December 2017


    Snow Causes Havoc Across Birmingham

    Recent snowfall has led to both major disruption and great fun across the Midlands

    Written by Rhi Storer on 15th December 2017


    Pug Cafe Opens Its Paws in 2018

    On Sunday 7th January 2018, a pop up Pug Cafe will be coming to Birmingham

    Written by Sophie Woodley on 13th December 2017


    Homeless Solutions in Birmingham

    A former millionaire, who ended up sleeping on the streets, is set to open a new homeless centre in Digbeth this month

    Written by meganattard on 13th December 2017


    Rainbow Releases Statement

    Following the revoking of their license, The Rainbow Venues released a statement, reports Music Editor Issy Campbell

    Written by Issy Campbell on 7th December 2017


    £100m Apartment Complex Planned for City Centre

    Following the trend of development in our city centre, plans to build a £100m apartment complex in central Birmingham have been proposed

    Written by Kat Smith on 2nd December 2017
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