HOWARD K. ELSTON (CBE), our royal reporter-in-chief, gives us the latest on the great news about Wills and Kate and you-know-what
Birmingham has been ranked as having the highest quality of life of any UK city outside of the capital in a new study by Mercer, a global HR firm.
A new graduate led programme run by the University of Wolverhampton is looking for skilled graduates to work for forward thinking businesses in the region.
Brindleyplace and Acorns Children’s Hospice Trust are on the hunt for people to take part in the charity’s Santa Stroll event taking place this weekend
A Birmingham meeting space is opening its doors and celebrating Christmas with a ‘late lunch and laughs’ event, starring critically acclaimed comedian, Tom Craine.
A hair-raising approach to helping a good cause has paid off for a group of Solihull School teachers sporting the best ‘taches in town.
Leamington Spa based translation provider Comtec is reinforcing the message that the world is open for trade with Britain after experiencing growth of its own throughout 2012.
Dr David Hardman MBE, CEO of Birmingham Science Park, has been elected by members of the United Kingdom Science Park Association to be its new Chairman.
Leading Birmingham-based building services provider J S Wright has welcomed a House of Commons report suggesting that quality and not just quantity should be the focus for apprenticeships.
Twenty years after the first text message, more than half of people prefer to text their friends rather than phone or meet in person
Restoring and joining up habitat will prevent threatened butterflies and moths in the Midlands from becoming extinct in the future, a groundbreaking report today revealed.