Andy Munro offers his view of Blues’ passage into the FA Cup fifth round.
Dave Woodhall’s been to Bonnie Scotland – and rather likes it.
You can’t escape the News Corp empire, says Richard Lutz The politico-media weather? Stick a hand outside your personal bubble and there’s a threat of heavy cloud cover caused by a High Pressure system called Rupert Murdoch. Firstly, we have the inevitable phone hacking story. His ex editor – Andrew Coulson of the crummy News…
Andy Munro is a very happy Blues fan.
Before the start of the season with all four of our local clubs playing together for the first time in the Premier (sorry wrong title) ‘Greed League’ the inevitable question was being asked; “Can they all survive, and eventually prosper together in the top flight?”
One of Britain’s most curious and unusual sporting venues has reached its centenary.
Question Time Style Debate on Changing Politics chaired by Adrian Goldberg
An award-winning Birmingham school could provide lessons for us all.
Andy Munro gives us his opinions on what’s going wrong at St Andrews – quite a bit from the sounds of it.
Dave Woodhall talks about recent developments with all the smugness you’d expect from a Villa supporter whose team seem to have finally started to get things right.
Can there be anything more blatantly commercial than ‘Valentine’s Weekend’? Dave Woodhall thinks not, either.
David Cameron has acted swiftly after the departure of his media whizz-kid Andy Coulson by immediately hiring in another press boss for Downing Street.
By Richard Lutz The radical surgery being carried out on the NHS has thrown up a wide range of criticism in the past fortnight. And more will surface as Britain takes in the official announcement finally made by the government earlier this week. The dust will settle and many huge decisions will be revealed…
Tribute bands are not usually to be encouraged, but……..
Here’s the Birmingham Press guide to some of the live acts that are performing in the area over the weekend.
The FREE Annual Birmingham Chinese New Year Celebrations will take place on Sunday 6 February, from 12.00 noon to 4.30pm in the Arcadian Centre in Birmingham’s Chinese Quarter.
The team which bought the biggest prize in club football to Birmingham is set to be awarded another honour.
A new joint NHS and military trauma and microbiology research centre which should improve the treatment of around 20,000 people who suffer major trauma each year has opened today in Birmingham.
Nearly 200 drivers who choose to drink while under the influence were caught by West Midlands Police in their annual Christmas and New Year crackdown
Fancy listening to some quality free music? There’s an entertaining mix of folk, jazz and world music in the Symphony Hall foyer bar over the next few days
Dave Woodhall looks at Villa’s new record transfer.
Terry Wills is doing just that…..
Birmingham will be commemorating this year’s Holocaust Memorial Day at the Town Hall on Sunday 23 January, at 2pm.
Birmingham City Council are head-hunting!
Another Howard Elston Exclusive The government today launched its new thrust to modernise the NHS. Describing the health service as one of ‘the crown jewels of the country’, Prime Minister David Cameron said the new initiative would include allowing patients to carry out operations on each other to save cash. ‘This will save, we think, £533m…
Thought Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum couldn’t get any better? Think again!
Network Rail has published the West Midlands & Chilterns Route Utilisation Strategy (RUS) Draft document which is presently out for consultation and will influence the timetable for when the Moseley and Kings Heath railway stations will re-open.
The Staffordshire Hoard will be coming home this summer.
When it comes to getting out and about, Dave Woodhall wonders whether we deserve any better…….
I return to Planet Earth and there are thousands of requests for my personal predictions for 2011.
Birmingham councillor and Cabinet Member for Leisure Sport and Culture, Martin Mullaney, has issued an update on the condition of Moseley Road baths……