Changes in the ambulance service across the region are to lead to many stations being sold.
Turkish Airlines is increasing flights between Birmingham and Istanbul from five flights a week to daily services from March
Live ‘hackgate’ debate to mark launch of new book on the state of British journalism
Dave Woodhall and the latest instalment in the tragi-comedy that is Villa’s 56 year obsession.
Andy Munro reports on Blues’ FA Cup win at Sheffield United.
Dave Woodhall watches the return of Half Man Half Biscuit to Bilston.
The Niche Innovation Scheme is offering small and medium enterprises in the region a selection of research and development grants…
Pupils starting their exam courses this year face an uncertain future, Walsall Labour are warning.
Dance teacher Kate Whitewood is about to bring fun and dance to Bearwood by creating a new generation of ballet stars.
Richard Lutz sits down to see a play that still gets them hot under the collar 4 centuries on The Taming of the Shrew Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford The Taming of the Shrew is one of those Shakespeare plays that enrages people still today. How can it sit comfortably when a guy (Petruchio) bullies, pesters,…
Alan Clawley comes face to face with the realities of a ‘low carbon’ economy: “What’s in it for me?”
A new independent music festival celebrating the thrills heads to The Public in West Bromwich over a weekend in April.
Terry Wills on Albion’s historic win against Stoke.
Police have raided more homes as they continue to investigate last summer’s disturbances.
Howard Elston, our avian correspondent, with news from the marshes of Britain.
Something blue, something new and something that defies description.
West End hit Yes, Prime Minister is coming to Coventry
This Valentine’s Day, The Public in West Bromwich will be hosting a unique movie double bill featuring the best and the entertainingly worst of the romcom genre.
Sanitised cities designed for buildings and not for people. Are these what ‘we’ want?
Ryanair has announced a new route from Birmingham to Budapest, starting in March.
A free exhibition of Rick Davies’ Black Country Stories will take place at The Public
Birmingham City Council has announced the name of the game developer to collaborate on an innovative new gaming experience for the Library of Birmingham
Bookmark Theatre is ready to rock with another great night of live music as their 2012 gig season gets underway.
Martin Longley has a last clutch of 2011 gigs to discuss…
Steve Beauchampé is appalled that the electorate will be asked to vote next May without knowing what for.
Brendan King offers a Wolves’-eye view.
Dave Woodhall looks at Saturday’s Molinuex clash from a Villa perspective.
Andy Munro reports back on Blues win over Watford.
Supporters of the high-speed railway line are keen to bring London closer to Birmingham but Alan Clawley argues that it’s already close enough.
Andy Munro on Blues’ midweek FA Cup win at Molineux.