Birmingham Mail (England)
THE rare condition produces chemicals in response to a potential allergic reaction, which in turn causes irritating hives and itchiness.
- Push to raise final millions for monument
ORGANISERS of a planned national prayer landmark on the outskirts of Birmingham are praying for a Biblical-style miracle - to raise £2.5 million in 40 days.
- SHASTA'S SUCCESS
After successfully completing a 12-week training course at Witton Lodge Community Association, local woman Shasta Bi is about to start her dream job.
- ON THIS DAY
490BC: The Greeks defeated the Persians under Darius at the Battle of Marathon. Philippides had run 150 miles in two days in a futile attempt to ask the Spartans to assist the Greek army, but in the end their help was not required.
- No Bright side at home for Blues...
BRIGHTON and Hove Albion maintained their perfect start to the new Barclays FA WSL season and sent a message to their rivals with a dominant 5-0 win at Birmingham City.
- Oil giants 'must cut production'
UK oil giants Shell and BP would have to slash their production by at least a third each to ensure that the planet does not heat up by more than 1.5C, according to a report.
- Ignite Your Aspirations
DARE to dream and your dreams will come true. Whatever your age, circumstances, skills or experience, if you're looking for a job that fulfils and excites you, we can help you get it.
- Manslaughter charge after death of OAP
A 31-YEAR-old man has been charged with manslaughter following the death of an elderly man in Shropshire.
- Weetabix walk-outs
WORKERS at Weetabix factories are to stage a series of strikes in a dispute over contracts.
- Sun, sand and a sensational cruise holiday
Imagine Cruising is offering an escape to some winter sun in the Canaries this December, so we take a look at exactly what's on offer for the 12-night Canaries , .
- Cloughie was box office
THERE is only one place to start when recalling some of the Midland footballing greats... at the top of my interview tree, with the one-andonly Brian Clough....
- BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC [...]
BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 (AS AMENDED) SECTION 14(2) (JIGGINS LANE, BARTLEY GREEN) (T20215153) (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH FOOTPATH) ORDER 2021 NOTICE is hereby given that Birmingham City Council intend, not less than seven days from the date of this Notice to...
- 'I enjoy the social side of BBQing'
FEW industries have suffered more during the pandemic than hospitality. Thousands of restaurants and pubs up and down the country have been forced to shut their doors for good, following months of lockdown restrictions....
- Public Notices
BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL (WESTMINSTER ROAD, BIRCHFIELD) (PROHIBITION OF DRIVING) ORDER 2021 NOTICE is hereby given that the above named Council have made an Order under Sections 1(1) and 2(1) to (3) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) the effect of which will be to close WESTMINSTER ...
- Public Notices
BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL (COLMORE ROW ETC, CITY CENTRE) (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC) (T2122019) ORDER 2021 NOTICE is hereby given that Birmingham City Council intends, not less than seven days from the date of this Notice, to make an Order the effect of which will prohibit any motor vehicle...
- SPICE UP SUMMER
There are a lot of misconceptions around Indian food: that it's a 'cheat' meal from your local takeaway, or can only be made at home if you spend hours slaving over a hot stove....
- Vegetarian feasts for meat eaters
ZIPPING around the globe on two wheels, sampling delicious delicacies along the way, best mates Si King and Dave Myers - the Hairy Bikers - have been a near-constant fixture on our TV screens for nearly 15 years now....
- Public Notices
BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL (THE CITY OF BIRMINGHAM (40 M.P.H. SPEED LIMIT) (NO.1) ORDER 1963) (VARIATION) (NO.2) ORDER 2021 (THE BOROUGH COUNCIL OF SUTTON COLDFIELD (40 M.P.H. SPEED LIMIT) (NO.3) ORDER 1966) (VARIATION) (No.1) ORDER 2021 (HUNTON HILL ETC, ERDINGTON) (20MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2021 (ORPH...
- War is over but battle begins...
How well does Britain look after its old soldiers? Veterans of the first Gulf War, which ended 30 years ago, have urged their former comrades to seek help for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) amid concerns that soldiers are still struggling to cope with the horrors of the conflict, 30 years on....
- Warwickshire bid to slam Glam
AS Warwickshire County Darts Organisation go into the final third of the campaign in the Premier Division of the BDO Inter County Championships, they will be hoping to make it three wins in seven as they take on Glamorgan at Bishopsgate Club, Foleshill Road, Coventry....