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Community News Hajj package tour fraud

By KarenB – October 15, 2012 Birmingham News Room

Birmingham Trading Standards have won two prestigious awards for their work on Hajj package tour fraud. The City Council received awards from the Association of British Hujjaj for outstanding achievement and commitment towards community service. A second award was given to an individual officer.

Birmingham’s Christmas Markets Open for Business Festive frankfurters, hot Gluhwein and sweet pretzels return to the city this week as Birmingham’s Christmas markets open for business. Stretching for more than one mile from the Bullring all the way to the ICC in Centenary Square, Birmingham’s world famous Frankfurt Christmas Market, and adjoining Christmas Craft Market, will feature 190 stalls. The largest authentic German market in the world, outside Germany and Austria, the market attracts three million visitors from all over the UK and Europe, on average, and brings an associated spend of £90million.

Sajeela Naseer, Head of Birmingham City Council Trading Standards, received the award on behalf of the team. Mohammed Tariq, was presented with an individual award for his outstanding dedication and commitment to community service. Mr Tariq was the principal officer driving forward Birmingham’s strategy for tackling rogue package tour operators. Birmingham City Council has successfully prosecuted package tour operators for misleading and defrauding consumers in supplying Hajj and Umrah packages. The Trading Standards team has achieved significant fines against fraudulent operators, and a 15 month custodial sentence. The team has also instigated legal proceedings against several other tour operators.

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By Sarahk – November 15, 2012. Birmingham News Room

Birmingham residents can have their say in how loan sharks’ cash is used to benefit communities, as part of Adjoining the Frankfurt Christmas Market, in Chamberlain and Centenary Squares, the Birmingham a pioneering project organised by the England Illegal Christmas Craft Market will play host to craft and food Money Lending Team. stalls run by local businesses. New for this year will be The team, hosted by Birmingham City Council, put a series of Pop-Up-Stalls in Centenary Square, ranging forward £5,000 - money which has been extorted from Cath Kidson bags to fish and chips and the from communities by illegal money lenders. After sausage of the Day. Also on offer throughout the event encouraging local community groups, agencies and will be warming winter Pimms and the chance to try individuals to put forward a bid for the cash, 13 bids Christmas dinner in a Yorkshire pudding! successfully met the criteria. Birmingham’s Frankfurt Christmas Market and Christmas Craft Market are open from Thursday 15 November until Saturday 22 December from 10am – 9pm daily . Free Editorial : If you would like to advertise or promote your local community events or activities you can do so by contacting admin@shoparoundin.com. P u b l i s h e d b y O r b i t I t e c h L t d . 2 0 B i s s e l l S t . B i r m i n g h a m B 5 7 H P. Te l : 0 1 2 1 - 6 2 2 6 2 8 2 © 2012 - Shoparound Group Publications ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. This book contains material protected under International and British Copyright Laws and Treaties. Any unauthorized reprint or use of this material is prohibited. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system without express written permission from the author / publisher.

Now the public can have their say on who will get the funding. Voting is open online via the following link until Friday 30th November. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/loansharkmedia Shoparound Magazines are all about the Community and the people who matter within it, if your’e involved in an activity, group, project or campaign that reflects who and what is important to you the residents get in touch and let us know.


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Your City - Your Future Get ready to give us your views on city spending plans Planning Birmingham City Council’s Business Plan and Budget for the next financial year – April 2013 to March 2014 – is underway and, with the country still facing severe economic challenges and a continued squeeze on public sector funding, we are once again seeking your views on our proposals. Two years ago the Government announced it would be reducing grants to local authorities by more than a quarter over four years, giving the council a major problem as these grants contribute around £650 million a year to the council’s budgets. Significant savings have been made already to this challenge, with targets, rising costs and demand pressures. Some £275 million has been saved for 2011-13. But this means that there are still tough choices to be made next year and in the years ahead – such that further savings of more than £200 million will be needed over 2013-15.

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To tackle inequality and deprivation, promote social cohesion across all communities in Birmingham, and ensure dignity for our elderly and safeguarding for our children. To lay the foundations for a prosperous city, built on an inclusive economy. To involve people and communities in the future of their local areas and their public services: a city with local services for local people.

Detailed draft proposals will be published in December and residents will be able to put forward their comments, views and suggestions from December to January – see below for how to get involved. Find out more: •

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Details of all the ways in which you can have a say on our budget plans will be available in December on the council’s website at www.birmingham.gov.uk/budgetviews You can come to one of the public meetings we will be holding around the city in December – check our webpage for details of a meeting near you. You can also email : Budget_Views@birmingham.gov.uk Or you can send your views by post to: Budget Views, Room 127, Council House, Victoria Square, Birmingham B1 1BB


Local policing news from Small Heath West Midlands Police YouTube tops 2-million views Online audiences are tuning in to West Midlands Police’s YouTube in their droves with the number of ‘views’ the channel’s notched up now topping the 2,000,000 mark! This year we’ve featured dramatic car pursuits, raids, quirky items like our Pup Idol series, firearms training and interviews with senior officers, plus police footage showing how we’ve captured offenders and uncovered hauls of stolen goods. The channel has also played a key role in fighting crime and catching criminals as CCTV footage of suspects uploaded to YouTube – and signposted to via other social media – has repeatedly led to officers receiving nuggets of new information.

(57,338) • M6 wrong way lorry driver jailed (41,097) • Pup Idol part two (35,940) • Canal jumper fined after falling on his face (32,778) • Air operations at Blues vs Villa (28,544) You can tune in to our YouTube channel by visiting www.youtube.com/westmidlandspolice How to contact your neighbourhood policing team There are several ways in which you can find out who your neighbourhood officers are and how to contact them. Always dial 999 if life is in danger or a crime is in progress.

Many suspects have been identified and arrested as a result of responses to YouTube videos. The most popular video is our own version of Cash in the Attic with footage showing one-million pounds in used notes hidden in a loft in Stechford being watched almost 330,000 times – that’s a combined view time of 19 days and eight minutes! Around 1.3-million views are from UK-based browsers but the channel is also popular in the USA (165,000 views), Holland (40,000 views) and Canada (34,000). We started using YouTube in July 2008; we’ve uploaded more than 260 videos and at the last count have 1,116 subscribers. Here are some of our most popular videos: • £1-million cash found in Birmingham loft (327,830 views) • Shots fired at police officers and helicopter (189,695) • Police chase getaway driver in 180mph Audi RS5

Dial 101. You can call this number to request police assistance in a non-emergency. You can also call this number with general enquiries. Visit our website at www.west-midlands.police.uk. Enter your postcode in the search box and you will be directed to your local team’s page. Here you will find their email address and also details of public meetings they hold where you live. You can also receive general updates about what’s happening where you live by following us on Twitter and Facebook! You can find us at www. facebook.com brumpolice or on Twitter @brumpolice.


Tackling drug crime in Birmingham Last month we told you about Operation No Deal – our campaign to tackle drug dealing across east Birmingham. The operation has now led to the sentencing of 30 drug dealers across Bordesley Green, Small Heath, Stechford, Washwood Heath, Alum Rock and Yardley. 28 of these individuals are now behind bars with combined sentences of over 105 years. Residents in Small Heath and surrounding neighbourhoods told us that drug supply and use was a major concern for them and something they wanted us to focus on. To show communities what we had achieved together, on Saturday 13 October we brought a Digivan to the streets of Small Heath, Bordesley Green and Birmingham city centre. Did you see it in a street near you? The Digivan displayed pictures of the men who have been sent to prison for drug dealing along with the length of the sentence they are serving for their crimes. Most people we spoke to that day really agreed with our ‘naming and shaming’ approach and welcomed such a visible deterrent to other would-be dealers. We cannot tackle drug crime effectively without your help. If you suspect drug crime where you live, you can report it to police on 101. Alternatively, if you do not want to talk to the police, you can call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. Crimestoppers will not ask for your details.

Darker nights are here ….. If you’re not in, don’t let everyone know!

With the clocks going back this weekend and many people now returning from work after dark, we are urging our communities to keep home security in mind at all times. House burglary is down by 16 per cent – or 2,989 safer homes - in the West Midlands compared to the same period last year - but we mustn’t be complacent. Traditionally, the onset of darker nights sees a rise in reports of burglary and while we work hard to put burglars behind bars, it is vital that householders also take simple steps to protect their home. An inexpensive timer switch for your lights for example, is an extremely effective burglary deterrent as it appears you’re at home even when you’re not.

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One in five men and one in four women between the ages of 65 and 74 have some form of kidney disease. The main role of the kidneys is to filter out waste products from the blood before converting it into urine. Kidney disease is a long-term condition where the kidneys do not function normally and are unable to filter out the waste. The condition can often be caused by high blood pressure or diabetes.

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idney disease is more common in the south Asian ethnic group who have higher rates of diabetes and people with African or Caribbean backgrounds where higher blood pressure is common. Symptoms of kidney disease often go unnoticed in its early stages as we are born with a lot more kidney function than we need for survival. Signs of any changes to the kidneys are usually first detected through a blood or urine test. The main symptoms of advanced kidney disease include: •Tiredness •Swollen ankles, feet or hands •Shortness of breath •Nausea •Blood in the urine Many of these symptoms can be avoided if treatment begins at an early stage. Those with advanced kidney disease have an increased risk of having a stroke or heart attack because of changes to blood circulation in the body. The condition can also lead to kidney failure where the usual functions of the kidney stop working altogether. This function may then need to be replaced artificially through dialysis or through a kidney transplant. Although it is not possible to repair any damage to the kidneys, it does not mean the disease will get any worse. Following advice given by your GP on treatment for blood pressure and other conditions, it is possible to live without symptoms of kidney disease or further deterioration. You can also reduce the chances of developing kidney disease or chances of the condition getting worse through lifestyle. Look after your kidneys by: •Not smoking •Maintaining a healthy blood pressure by eating a healthy diet (avoiding added salt) and exercising regularly •Reducing the amount of cholesterol in your diet •Keeping your blood sugar levels under control if you have diabetes. For further information go to: http://www.nhs.uk/ conditions/Kidney-disease-chronic

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Heartlands medics take to the floor to raise awareness about diabetes With the region topping the tables with the highest rates of diabetes in the country, especially among ethnic minority groups, medics from Heartlands Hospital will be hitting the floor to raise awareness during World Diabetes Day. In a bid to reach a wide range of communities in the local region, the team of specialists will be offering advice on the symptoms and treatment of diabetes to passersby in the main entrance of Heartlands Hospital on Wednesday 14 November. Dr Sri Bellary, Clinical Director for Diabetes said: “There are nearly 3 million people with diabetes in the UK and this figure is likely to increase further over the next few years. Those of south Asian ethnicity are up to six times more at risk of diabetes than their white European counterparts. Increased genetic predisposition, lower levels of awareness, lifestyle differences and cultural factors are all thought to contribute to an increased predisposition towards diabetes among the south Asian population.

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Alternative A&E Remember to choose well this winter before you visit your local emergency department. NHS walk-in centres have a host of GPs and nurses ready and waiting to see you, with less waiting time than your local hospital A&E. You can also make an appointment with your GP or call NHS Direct which is available with advice 24 hours a day on 0845 46 47. Heartlands Hospital is part of Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, which also runs Solihull and Good Hope Hospitals and Solihull Community Services and is one of the top five employers in the region.


Diabetes UK is the leading national charity that cares for, connects with and campaigns on behalf of every person affected by or at risk of diabetes. There are currently 3.7 million people in the UK with diabetes, including an estimated 850,000 people who have Type 2 diabetes but do not know it. Diabetes UK receives no government funding so all funds come from voluntary donations. Our mains aims are: •We help people manage their diabetes effectively by providing information, advice and support. •We campaign with people with diabetes and with healthcare professionals to improve the quality of care across the UK’s health services. •We fund pioneering research into care, cure and prevention for all types of diabetes. •We work to stem the rising tide of Type 2 diabetes - through risk assessment, early diagnosis, and by communicating how healthy lifestyle choices can help many people avoid or delay its onset.

The fundraising team based in Walsall hold a number of events each year across the region including walks, abseils, runs, quiz nights and they are always looking for people to get involved and support them. Why not take part in their Santa Dash on Sunday 2 December in Sutton Park, Sutton Coldfield. This 2k and 5k run is a great way to get friends and family into the Christmas spirit whilst raising funds for research into diabetes. All participants will receive a fee Santa Suit. To find out how to register contact the Midlands team for further information. If you would like to know more about the work of Diabetes UK or how to get involved contact Diabetes UK Midlands on 01922 614500 or on midlands@diabetes. org.uk. For further information you can also visit www. diabetes.org.uk Joanna Oldfield Regional Fundraising Manager

We are the UK’s leading diabetes charity with a growing community with over 300,000 supporters nationwide – including people with diabetes, their friends and families. We work with an army of 5,000 volunteers and 332 voluntary groups to raise funds and awareness, to provide support and to campaign for change – in 2011, our voluntary groups ran more than 1,000 events enabling us to reach people with diabetes in local communities across the UK. As well as being experts in the field of diabetes care, treatment and research – we use our expertise to compile the evidence base for policies that help all of those affected by diabetes and inform our campaigns for better services. The role of Diabetes UK Midlands Office is to influence healthcare provision and improve services for people with diabetes at a local level, together with raising awareness and funds for diabetes and Diabetes UK. Diabetes UK East Midlands and West Midlands regional offices have merged in 2010 to become Diabetes UK Midlands which are based in Walsall. The Midlands region covers a population of approximately 10 million people, two strategic health authorities, 26 primary care trusts, and over 40 NHS trusts. It is also estimated that there is a diabetes population of 455,000.

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