This week sees the 75th anniversary of the sinking of the navy’s biggest ship in WWII, HMS Hood. It was sunk by the Bismark on 24 May 1941 and that ship was attacked and sunk three days later. There were a number of men from the West Midlands on board the Hood and they are commemorated…
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Emily travelled at 90 mph, over 200 feet beneath the English Channel, whilst sitting in the driver’s cab of a Euro tunnel train. This is her in depth report!
The Princess Royal visited the Dudley Canal Tunnel centre to officially open their £3m visitors’ centre. She toured the building , met pupils from Wren’s Nest Primary School and went on a narrowboat trip into the limestone caverns beneath Dudley. March 2016.
A new machine is been used to remove the menace of chewing gum. TNT reporter A J reports from Victoria Square in Birmin-gum. March 2016
As part of the Clean for the Queen events, to celebrate her 90th birthday, numerous areas across the country are being cleaned up. One of the chosen spots is the canal bank off Northbrook Street/ Dudley Road. March 2016
On Sunday morning 6 December 2015 trams ran on the streets of Birmingham for first time since 1953. The city once had a fleet of 843 trams but these were phased out as the bus system took over. Now nearly 60 years later the trams have returned as the Midland Metro track was extended from Snow Hill…
Pupils from Oratory School, Ladywood and their headteacher share their reactions to the terrorist attacks in Paris. November 2015
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An enterprising young Birmingham born businessman has set up his own coffee shop in a telephone box! Yes, that’s right, in a telephone box! It is located in Eden Place which is off Colmore Row right next door to the Council House in Victoria Square. Amari went to meet Jake, who runs the smallest coffee…
Pupils from Oratory School worked with Trees for Life to plant eight new trees on Chamberlain Gardens. December 2014
A German WWII Dornier aircraft is being cleaned up after it was lifted from the seabed. A former Ladywood schoolboy , Ken Collins, recalls seeing a Dornier over Spring Hill, Ladywood in 1940.
Amari and Hannah were at the opening of the 2014 Christmas markets in Victoria Square.
Shannon reports from Centenary Square on the day of National Remembrance.
Two TNT News reporters, Lola and Roberto discovered the grave of their great grandfather in a CWGC cemetery at Havrincourt.
After 15 years of hard work the Coffin Works museum on Fleet Street has finally opened. TNT News spoke to people who attended the official opening.
Brindleyplace held its annual Chilli eating competition… The chillis got hotter and hotter and contestants dropped out. Lou Witterick, the last survivor was crowned Chiili Queen 2014.
Birmingham’s latest and most unusual tourist attraction, the Coffin Works, is almost ready to open. TNT went along to help the team to add the finishing touches to the displays. You can find more information here about the Coffin Works.
A former pupil of the old boarding school at the Oratory church on Hagley Road has been remembered at a ceremony in France. TNT visited an airfield at Glisy, Amiens exactly 100 years to the day that he landed there with the Royal Flying Corps.
The story of a dead horse and the curse of St Andrews is told by Rick Coleman, Birmingham City FC’s tour guide.