Anne Frank’s stepsister to be guest of honour at Solihull School film screening.
Hat-trick association for airport and city festivities.
There’ll be no red roses on the big night.
Record number of visitors enjoy a sweet Christmas at Cadbury World.
Citizens, community groups and organisations get together during awareness week to highlight isolation across Birmingham.
Richard Lutz checks out his coffee table to find out who he is.
Funding available for amplifying and connecting dance in Birmingham and beyond.
Villa lost 3-0 at Wigan on Saturday and Dave Woodhall is a bit bemused by it all.
Andy Munro watches as Blues go down 2-1 at home to Middlesbrough.
Festival competition looking for entrants.
Chance for Birmingham tennis lovers to learn from the world’s number one doubles coach.
Insomnia 2019 to bring gamers to the NEC.
Join the famed choir for their 2019 Come and Sing workshop.
City attraction has announced that applications for its 2019 charity partners are now open.
Stand-up star Paul McCaffrey tells Brian Donaldson what he’d like to be when he grows up.
Poetry in the Penthouse launches at the Rotunda.
Arts event to showcase Birmingham’s city anniversary.
Call to council leaders to make public dealings relating to waste contract.
Student Ellie in the running for global competition.
Richard Lutz points the finger at the TV film you can’t miss this week.
Anniversary of Fab Four appearance to be marked.
Expansion leads to increased patient care capacity and reduced waiting times for treatment.
More from the city’s regular jazz promotion.
UK’s only direct flights to Langkawi, Malaysia, launched.
Villa go out of the FA Cup with a 3-0 defeat to Swansea. Dave Woodhall wasn’t surprised.
Andy Munro comments on Blues’ 2-0 defeat at West Ham.
Lasting legacy for former Solihull School pupil saved from Nazi persecution.
Award for Sutton Coldfield volunteer who has dedicated seventy years to the British Red Cross.
Never before seen costumes and artwork from Diaghilev’s Ballet Russes to go on display.
Over half of adults in Birmingham don’t feel part of their local community.
Family-friendly comedy club to open in Birmingham.