Andy Munro witnesses Blues’ 1-0 defeat at home to Millwall.
Team raises £16,000 for vulnerable families.
Stephen Pennell watches Madi Saskia and co. at the Hare & Hounds.
Simon Hale relishes an evening watching a ballet classic.
The best of Ireland comes to Birmingham.
Y International invests £15 million in city’s Advanced Manufacturing Hub, creating 80 new jobs.
Ten year landmark heralds Town Hall, Symphony Hall partnership.
Pioneering project supports young asylum seekers and refugees.
Recognition for young Midlands poet.
Police response followed policy before missing man found murdered.
The originals meet the new breed at Birmingham date.
Womens’ group given cash boost to help domestic violence victims.
Tudor Grange date for visually impaired swimmers.
Claim that new design will save lives and save money.
Top-rated jazz band to play 1,000 Trades.
Promoters back way forward to help Birmingham nightlife.
Bringing the best of local and international dance to the city.
Violin serenade and fish supper for Sea Life Centre lovebirds.
Top acts announced for summer shows.
Businesses can now access new range of help.
Andy Munro provides a Blue-tinged look at Sunday’s second city derby.
City region also named among leading cities in Europe for connectivity and business friendliness.
Richard Lutz hunts among the remains of the past week.
New arrival to head team charged with maximising rail business benefits.
City orchestra to stage spring concert.
Birmingham Children’s Charity chosen as charity partner for second year running.
Birmingham charity calls on volunteers to help save knife crime victims.
Regional transport system expands into Worcestershire.
All the family favourites will be there.
Dave Woodhall watches as Villa beat Blues 2-0.
Joe Costello ventures into very chartered territory to watch Half Man Half Biscuit.