For the past month Richard Lutz has collected news stories about what to do and not do to improve his health. He’s more confused than ever. Warning…this story could either cure your troubles or make you ill from worry. And that’s because, I have been manically collecting health cure/ scare stories from the wonderful…
Coventry University joined with the Africa Programme at Chatham House to host an international conference on oil politics and sub-Saharan Africa.
Andrew Mitchell, MP for Sutton Coldfield, has received the Usability Award in the MP Web Awards organised by BCS
“Throwing billions of pounds at roads and dirty energy will increase our dependency on gas, coal and oil and lock cash-strapped homes and businesses into spiraling fuel bills.”
Much of Europe now appears to be heading into a recession caused by a chronic lack of confidence in the ability of countries to deal with their debts.
Rather than setting up expensive and time-consuming enquiries, the government would do better looking on here.
One of the best new festivals of recent years is set to launch its line-up for next year.
The two city centre venues have announced another series of concerts.
Local residents are being asked to think before dialling 999 on Wednesday.
Seventies, eighties, nineties, now. Take your pick.
This week’s Coventry Conversations: Jon Snow on journalism after ‘hackgate’
Villa’s game at Swansea yesterday was a sombre affair. Dave Woodhall comments.
Andy Munro looks back to Blues game at Blackpool, and forward to the Europa League decider with Braga.
There’s a definite local flavour to this week in Bilston
Martin Longley spreadeth the word: the geetar is the true Satanic Lord in NYC…
Here’s something for Beatles fans everywhere. But can Ringo keep up?
Madness frontman Suggs talks to Richard Barber ahead of his upcoming solo tour.
A donkey riding therapy centre for children with special needs in Sutton Park is inviting local people to its Christmas Fair
Friends of the Central Library: “Save the building but we’re just as worried about what is happening to the service itself”, writes Alan Clawley.
An EU-funded project has been set up to encourage West Midlands-based organisations to adopt novel ‘green’ technologies and methods.
Over the last 12 months The Public in West Bromwich have welcomed over 110 students on work experience placements
Terry Wills on the Albion’s week.
Richard Lutz at the RSC’s Swan Theatre in Stratford This is a play about, among other things, sex and the law. And these are two forces that are very much still in fashion these days. The liberal Duke of Vienna decides to retreat under a friar’s cloak and retire from the fraught world leaving a…
This evening, Australian improvising trio The Necks are playing in an old Birmingham metal pressing factory. This is strangely appropriate, says Martin Longley…
England cricketer Ian Bell was awarded an honorary degree by Coventry University today
Dave Woodhall watches as Stourbridge FC make history.
A run-down of this week at Bilston’s finest.
The European Investment Bank has agreed to provide £150m of long-term funding to Vattenfall for the Thanet Offshore Wind Farm.
Ros Dodd talked to City TV’s Debra Davis – Birmingham City Council’s former public affairs chief.
Local dachshunds sought for playful performance – 60 dachshunds needed to take part in art installation as part of Fierce Festival 2012