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    BIRMINGHAM

    Library of Birmingham to lose half its staff due to cuts

    The brand new Library of Birmingham will be one of the most affected services in new council cuts announced by Labour leader, Sir Albert Bore.

    Written by Duncan Kenyon on 19th December 2014

    CAMPUS

    University ranked 9th for employability of graduates

    University of Birmingham ranks 9th in Britain’s ‘Top Ten Universities for Employment'.

    Written by Lucy Moseley on 16th December 2014

    SELLY OAK

    Selly Oak landlord fined £8000 over failure to obtain HMO license

    Mr Panesar and JPS Properties are fined for failing to acquire HMO licenses for four Selly Oak properties

    Written by Isma Azad on 11th December 2014

    CAMPUS

    ‘Die-in’ students vent anger over Eric Garner death

    A ‘die-in’ demonstration was held outside the library yesterday in solidarity with Eric Garner, a man choked to death by a US policeman.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 11th December 2014

    SELLY OAK

    Selly Oak man imprisoned for murder of pregnant girlfriend

    A Selly Oak resident has been sentenced to life imprisonment after stabbing his pregnant ex-girlfriend in broad daylight.

    Written by Redbrick on 9th December 2014

    NEWS

    Battle of Bournbrook. T-Minus 7 days.

    The Varsity Rugby Union contest between the UoB 1st XV and the UoB Medics is a week away. Here's something to whet the appetite...

    Written by Redbrick on 5th December 2014

    BIRMINGHAM

    iSessions: UOB talent shines in national Battle of the Bands

    6 student bands perform live in the iSessions, a battle of the bands charity gig sponsored by the i Paper.

    Written by Vedika Bahl on 5th December 2014

    CAMPUS

    University scrambles to fill accommodation gap

    The University of Birmingham has started the construction of a new Chamberlain block that will house 726 students and will be based on the location of the old and recently demolished Chamberlain Hall.

    Written by Danyal Hussain on 4th December 2014

    CAMPUS

    University’s physicists receive £80m for Quantum research

    University of Birmingham’s physicists receive £80 million along with other institutes to transition Quantum technologies to industries.

    Written by Sophie Dober on 4th December 2014

    GUILD OF STUDENTS

    Guild Council – 4th December 2014

    Redbrick brings you live coverage of Guild Council

    Written by Redbrick on 4th December 2014

    NEWS

    RAs organise charity Christmas Fair on campus

    The Residents' Associations organised a Christmas Fair in the Guild of Students for charity

    Written by Sophie Dober on 4th December 2014

    BIRMINGHAM

    Black Friday hits Bullring

    As commotion swept the nation, Black Friday in Birmingham remained relatively calm at the Bullring.

    Written by Redbrick on 2nd December 2014
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