Features in: July, 2012

Mirage Fusion – inside Broadway Plaza Casino, Birmingham

Mirage Fusion – inside Broadway Plaza Casino, Birmingham

You might be mistaken for thinking that all there is inside Broadway Casino is just that, a facility of roulette wheels, poker tables and slot machines. Well Summer 2012 has seen the arrival of the Manhattan Bar. Whilst Mirage Fusion has just celebrated their third birthday. The Birmingham Gazette went along to sample the food […]

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Melbicks Garden & Leisure: an extraordinary “gleaming glass beacon”

Melbicks Garden & Leisure: an extraordinary “gleaming glass beacon”

Melbicks Garden & Leisure is more than just a garden centre. Perfectly situated just a few miles from the Birmingham NEC, Melbicks has a reputation for being a ‘one-stop store’ for the garden, outdoor living and the home – as well as offering award-winning customer service and catering facilities. Melbicks Nurseries was founded in 1949 […]

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World-renowned rockstar, Slash comes to NIA October 2012

World-renowned rockstar, Slash comes to NIA October 2012

The tour follows the worldwide success of Slash’s second solo album, Apocalyptic Love, that stormed the charts in May 2012. The album hit No 4 in the USA and No 2 in Canada, Slash replicated this success in both Europe and Australasia with a further 13 Top 10 chart entries, a real testament to a […]

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An Italian heart beating in the middle of Birmingham

An Italian heart beating in the middle of Birmingham

Situated in the heart of Birmingham, Del Villaggio is located in the bustling Bullring Shopping Centre. Set over a huge area it offers seating on three levels, including an outdoor seating arrangement. Del Villaggio is passionate about food and only sources the finest meats, poultry and fish, using local farmers and authentic Italian suppliers. There […]

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University of Birmingham to open prestigious secondary school

University of Birmingham to open prestigious secondary school

Education Secretary Michael Gove has given his backing to the university to open a new “free school” to help city pupils of all backgrounds progress to top universities. Proposals for the 1,150-pupil school, which will be called the University of Birmingham School and Sixth Form, were first revealed by the Birmingham Post in January. It […]

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