Organisers of the Now We Are Weekender taking place at The Public are seeking a number of volunteers to assist in the running of the festival.
Over 420 tonnes of green waste was collected throughout January for which Veolia Environmental Services donated £5 for every tonne.
To mark the launch of Climate Week 2012 (12-18 Mar), mac birmingham will be screening The Age of Stupid
“His findings are a challenge to officialdom but they are presented with the calm authority of the academic requesting that his thesis be given fair consideration”
Andrew Motion, Tam Dalyell, Polly Toynbee, Brian Sewell among those announced for The seventh annual Hexham Book Festival
People in the West Midlands hoping for Leap Year marriage proposals today may be disappointed….
Birmingham Friends of the Earth present the ‘City of the Future’ event, 20th March at Birmingham’s Council House
Join the people of Stirchley in a celebratory walk and laying of floral tributes commemorating the life of a once vibrant street.
By Richard Lutz Steve comes to my house – to my drive actually – to carry out essential body work on my 11 year old Honda. Someone ripped a mega-chunk out of it in a car park. From the damage it looks as if an SUV the size of a spaceship savaged it. Steve goes…
A family day of fun and a chance to learn about sustainability issues.
Dave Woodhall reviews a new nostalgic book release
Brendan King is delighted to be proved wrong about Wolves new caretaker-manager.
Students from Coventry and Warwick took part in the Big Challenge last weekend
A drum solo will take up most of it!
What have Alex McLeish and a heavyweight hopeful got in common? Dave Woodhall explains.
Alan Clawley has seen Paradise and would prefer it stayed lost.
Andy Munro reports on Blues’ games against Nottingham Forest.
On the day that the Oscars are given their final brush up, Richard Lutz offers up the latest on tv movies
Lib Dems and Tories on Walsall council joined together last night to vote through a budget that will reduce social care in the borough by £22 million over three years.
Two city centre venues have been praised for their good staff relations.
Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit family musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, is making its way to Coventry
West Midlands business people, interested in finding out more about the co-operative enterprise model, are being invited to a networking lunch
Fierce Festival are seeking participants for the performance/installation, ‘Gifts of the Spirit: Automatic Writing’ by live artist, Ron Athey.
Ever fancied running your own business? You may be interested in an offering at the NEC
The Blues bandwagon carries on rolling. Andy Munro reports.
Terry Wills either looks forward or dreads the Albion’s upcoming home games.
Dave Woodhall watches an extraordinary talent.
Here’s some releases you won’t find at your local multiplex.
Local agencies praise the efforts of ex-offenders in the city.
Moseley Farmers’ Market on the outskirts of Birmingham has been named the 2012 UK Farmers’ Market of the Year