Chop & Wok give £10,000 thank you to emergency staff.
Charity braces for difficult road ahead after pandemic.
Digbeth resident walking 100 miles for NHS charities.
Call assessor featured in NHS anniversary pictures.
City computing students take on support roles at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospitals.
Healthcare options for bank holiday weekend.
24/7 mental health support now just a phone call away.
Addmaster delivers its ‘bag for life’ to care and NHS staff.
Giant rainbow display shows appreciation on campus.
Richard Lutz is repulsed by the government’s incompetency and deceit over Covid-19.
“Stay home and celebrate VE Day” says ambulance service.
Pointers for anyone needing Birmingham & Solihull NHS serices.
Orchestra says ‘thank you’ to frontline staff.
Richard Lutz, in isolation, watches the world go by.
University of Birmingham supporting local NHS to upscale testing for frontline staff.
At-risk groups offered chance of testing for potentially fatal illness.
Parents less likely to donate child’s organs, new figures show.
Campaigners demand government solution to PFI hospital “fiasco”.
Waiting lists soar as Birmingham’s NHS faces cash crisis – claim.
Richard Lutz hunts among the remains of the past week.
£65 million investment planned for NHS collaboration.
Call for improved pay and investment.
Advice on staying healthy from medical experts.
Laurence Inman has seen a secret memo and, in true Wikileaks fashion, reveals its contents just prior to his arrest.
Creative contractors behind Aston University’s £45 million new Student Village, approaching completion now, are handing over £10,000 to Birmingham’s Children’s Hospital.
Local ambulance chiefs have issued advice for anyone taking advantage of what might, possibly, be some decent Bank Holiday weather.
Birmingham-based Cure Leukaemia has announced record financial results that will see the charity double the amount of funding for research nurses in the West Midlands.
Laurence Inman is not in a hopeful mood, despite receiving good news
This year’s National British-Pakistani Conference featured an address on education and empowerment by Ziauddin Yousafzai, whose daughter Malala was shot by the Taliban
Sir Ian Kennedy is inviting breast cancer patients who were treated by surgeon, Mr Ian Paterson, at Solihull Hospital to an open meeting