The Government, well Transport Minister Philip Hammond, has a cunning plan to get the country moving again by increasing the speed limit on motorways
How can the region get the best return on a major investment in healthcare?
Andy Munro gives us his good, bad and ugly of Brummie architecture
Terry Wills wasn’t too happy at the Hawthorns last Saturday.
Sandwell Arts Trust have announced that The Public has been successful in securing a £100,000 Lottery award from Arts Council England.
BBC presenter Mary Rhodes joined people from across Birmingham on the Memory Walk
Dave Woodhall reports on matters Astonian. Well, most of them.
“Incredible and awe inspiring” is how judges from Heart of England in Bloom described the Kings Heath community
Yesterday, Sunday 25th September, saw Birmingham’s first “Tweed Ride”.
Bluenose Andy Munro remains a typical football supporter – worried yet optimistic.
Hydrogen car launch in Coventry heralds the future of green motoring
The usual mixture of past, present and future.
There’s chart toppers, international stars and fast-rising new names set to appear in The Glee Club
The search is on to find over 300 Coventry Ambassadors to help welcome visitors coming to Coventry for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Dave Woodhall talks to eighties icon Adam Ant ahead of his upcoming UK tour.
“But it is just possible that what impresses the public about the new library is simply that it is very expensive”, reckons Alan Clawley
The city centre venues have announced another set of eclectic performers.
The coalition government is hoping to push through changes to planning regulations
Students in Birmingham are urged to spot the signs of deadly brain bug meningitis – and not to confuse symptoms with a hangover…
A hilarious piece of children’s theatre that will leave kids (and adults alike!) in stitches, is heading to The Public this October half-term!
Birmingham is the place to be for cycling this Autumn.
Terry Wills looks back at the Albion’s week.
44 ‘strike sorties’ carried out in Libya on UN Day of Peace
For a short spell, Martin Longley decided that he would only check out bands with drumming leaders…
Aston Villa legend Paul McGrath returned to the ground on Saturday to raise funds for the Acorns childrens’ hospice.
Dave Woodhall compares two parts of the same political whole.
St Paul’s Square is the place for top quality jazz and blues, and it’s all free.
Local ambulance staff are pleased with the results of an investigation into patient experiences.
Suspense takes centre stage with Agatha Christie’s Verdict
New exhibition to showcase the best of contemporary art work at Coventry University