The EDL visited Walsall on Saturday, with predictable consequences.
Sculpture, glasswork and photography by creative University of Wolverhampton students will be going on display as part of an annual exhibition.
A student film society at Coventry University has won a prestigious accolade at last weekend’s ‘Film Society of the Year’ awards
Over the last year dozens of stories about food have been gathered from across the West Midlands for a new play, Eat!
ICC staff are ready for Cameron & co.
Terry Wills on yet more contrasting fortunes at the Hawthorns.
Birmingham proposals aim to cut traffic problems
Pupils from four Walsall schools joined forces to tackle on-line attacks as part of an Anti-Bullying Week.
Birmingham Science Park-based interactive game developer seeks investment after receiving red carpet treatment at top North American film festivals
Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre is hosting a week of one night music and dance shows on the Main Stage
Police in Walsall have moved to reassure residents ahead of Saturday’s demonstration.
Laurence Inman recalls his own ‘Gategate’ experience
Walsall Labour have welcomed the support of the Conservative candidate for the role of deputy Police Commissioner
Anti-privatisation campaigners have called on the candidates standing for election for the post of Police and Crime Commissioner to pledge not to privatise any policing service if elected.
Good Hope Hospital – in partnership with Healthcare at Home Ltd – is launching its first recovery at home (R@H) service this week
After his successful debut at Artrix, the comedian Lee Hurst makes a return to the Arts Centre on Sunday, October 7th
• Zones combine spatial and economic planning to attract £1.5 billion of investment
• Six zones across the city have the potential to create nearly 50,000 jobs
A series of community events, exhibitions and activities celebrating Black History will be taking place at The Public this October.
Final preparations are under way to launch the latest in string of business ventures by Birmingham businessman Lawrence Barton.
The island of Jamaica has had many influences on Great Britain – 2012 marks the 50th anniversary of Jamaican Independence
Ataxia UK is the national charity that supports everyone affected by ataxia. For most ataxias, there is no cure, and research shows that just 7% of people in the UK have even heard of ataxia.
Fourteen Coventry University students recently took part in a once in a lifetime trip to help improve one of Jordan’s most deprived schools.
The FLIP Festival is launching GIF the City, a new invigorating participatory project.
The West Midland Police Authority is developing a Business Partnering for Policing Programme. What does this mean for West Midlands residents?
Watching Olympic bladerunners was glimpsing grace and power. But what happens, asks RICHARD LUTZ, when athletes using the latest technology outstrip abled bodied athletes? Who takes gold then at The Olympics?
The Public in West Bromwich are inviting photographers from across the region to submit images to a special ‘light’ themed open exhibition
Coventry University will welcome the incoming RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) President Stephen Hodder for a prestigious event next week
Dublin’s award winning Abbey Theatre brings their outstanding production of The Plough and the Stars to Birmingham’s Old Rep Theatre from 9 to 13 October.
It’s a bit different, if nothing else.
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