DIABETES is a serious illness affecting 3.65 million people in this country.
Sometimes it’s good to take a calm, cool look at a difficult political decision after the furore has died down.
WE are all proud of our servicemen and women. They are the heroes who put their lives on the line for their country and they deserve special support for their housing needs.
This year we have been lucky with a mild autumn so we have a chance to get our houses in order before the cold weather returns.
Anti-Slavery Day on October 18 was established in 2010 to provide a focal point for raising awareness about people in the UK and around the world who continue to be trapped in modern slavery, and to promote the need for people across society to play a part in ending it.
In these difficult times, your country needs you. So, if you feel like volunteering and could spare the time, there is a volunteer centre right here in Solihull.
It’s not for the faint hearted to turn out early on a Saturday morning with your kids for running practice but a local not-for-profit organization called ‘Kids Run Free’ has made it fun, at least.
RECENTLY I met up with David Carrington-Porter, a constituent who has been blind since the age of seven.
ON Saturday, May 14, 2011, millions of small producers, artisans, farmers, Fairtrade producers, traders, and consumers, will celebrate World Fair Trade Day.
OUR National Health Service (NHS) is the country’s greatest asset. It is there for us when we need it most, providing care to us all, free at the point of use and based on need, not on ability to pay.