There was once a village. And in this village there was a slew of gossip – work gossip, hot gossip, bad gossip, outright untrue gossip, relevant gossip.
The hearing of people working in the UK’s music and entertainment industry is being placed at risk.
Birmingham city council’s first full meeting since elections will be accessible to internet viewers
Leamington Assembly has an array of legendary names this week.
Three Motorsport Engineering students from Coventry University have finished third in the hotly-contested evGrandPrix in America
Fans of the blues will be heading to Bilston this week
A match took place at Villa Park on Sunday. Dave Woodhall reckons the sell-out crowd didn’t seem too bothered about it.
One of Birmingham’s best-kept secrets is what goes on inside the suite of buildings in Paradise Circus, off Chamberlain Square
Birmingham City Hospital reports decrease in frontline diabetes nurses as NHS cost-cutting bites
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For the first time, the annual National Learning Platforms Conference will be held in Birmingham on 14 June 2011
News of another arts event taking place in the summer.
Researchers developing new sensor for premature babies
Charity calling for nominations to celebrate influential older people with support from Jenny Eclair
Alan Clawley has seen the plan for the New Street Gateway… and he’s curious.
Terry Wills is looking forward to a quiet end of season – for Albion supporters, at least.
Press contributor Dave Woodhall turns concert promoter on Friday,20th May. Next stop Wembley.
Arguably one of the most influential musicians of all time has announced a show in Wolverhampton as part of his UK tour.
Legendary comedian and actor Joe Torry is to unleash his rapier wit in Birmingham for the first time
Final year students from Coventry University’s popular BA Photography course will be exhibiting their work over the coming weeks
It’s not good news for dentists in the West Midlands: people more nervous of dentists than spiders or snakes.
A welcome ruling has meant that convicted Birmingham car clampers will also be out of pocket.
Pupils in Balsall Heath have been learning about the history of Moseley Road Baths and creating short films based on their interviews with people
Simon Evans brings his trademark razor sharp, ironic wit to The Glee Club in June.
Andy Munro trod a tired and weary path from St Andrews on Sunday.
Oooo…Nothing like a ribald play filled with fops, tarts and dandies, writes Richard Lutz
A report by Coventry academics has prompted calls for continued university research funding.
Birmingham named as the hub of a unique new clinical trial network with access to millions of pounds worth of life-saving drugs for blood cancer patients.
Dave Woodhall reports from Villa’s unlikely win at a very disgruntled Emirates.
Two very different but equally good gigs are on offer in Leamington this week.