Dave Woodhall on Villa’s goalless draw with West Ham.
Richard Lutz points the finger of blame at you-know-who.
Andy Munro enjoys Blues’ 1-0 win at Charlton.
Commuters get the chance to interview rail bosses.
Raise funds for cancer charity and help the developing world.
Cadbury World honours Bournville Housing Society with sweet tribute.
Long-established publication shows that the area’s beer culture continues to improve.
Auschwitz survivor to watch play of her life at Solihull School.
Series of events set to mark Birmingham’s place in the blues.
£40 million HSBC UK funding will improve university facilities and student support.
More events confirmed for free cultural weekend.
Further acclaim comes after investment in passenger amenities.
Anger as council votes down citywide bid to prevent illegal encampments on public open spaces.
Educational visits available at Bournville attraction.
CNC investment puts Cube in good shape to deliver new contract haul.
Birmingham Youth Sports Academy partner with armed forces to provide mentoring programme to students.
JS Wright appoints new Senior Electrical Estimator.
Birmingham’s contribution to global metal music to be explored at major public symposium.
City venue to host some of Birmingham’s culinary stars.
Primary pupils looking to the future.
Restaurant unveils new cocktail range to mark festival.
Local dates for Irish power trio.
Dave Woodhall talks to Anthony Harty, original Style Council member and Grammy winner.
58% of professionals surveyed admit to questioning the suitability of their job or career.
Nationwide participation event to include Birmingham venues.
Seniors go free this September at Cadbury World.
West Midlands railway lovers can head back in time at Heritage Open Day.
Local college schooling teachers with brand new diploma in education programme.
Birmingham LGBT to create documentary about the Nightingale with new heritage project.
Anniversary artwork installation to be unveiled as part of national Heritage Week celebrations.
Meet the independents putting the Midlands on the map as UK’s top 100 small businesses announced.