Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre will play host to a brand new production of classic comedy Boeing Boeing as it embarks on a national tour
The strength and ability of the UK regions to drive their own economic future is expected to be a key topic of discussion during MIPIM – with the debate directed by cities such as Birmingham.
A&E departments at Heartlands and Good Hope Hospitals remain under pressure this week and doctors are urging people to consider alternatives if their case is not urgent.
The innovative Laughing for A Change project has been awarded a Time to Change grant to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination in Birmingham.
Birmingham Press Club has launched its Midlands Media Awards for 2013 – with new categories for Blogger of the Year and Best News Website.
Laurence Inman has a radical plan to make roads safer – but you won’t like it.
The hunt is on to find the West Midlands’ most glamorous ladies as the race for the title of Miss Birmingham 2013 hots up.
Wolverhampton’s top sights are vying for the accolade of being named as a city treasure in a new art project by two University students.
Redundant nursing homes and community centres were the star attraction at the latest CP Bigwood auction, with some going for around double the asking price.
Eclectic Wedding Extravaganza 2 – this time it’s bigger
Meriden based Cogent Elliott has been recognised as one of the UK’s leading creative agencies after winning at the Campaign Outdoor Awards with a poster for its client, Subway.
The engineers of tomorrow will be showcasing their bright ideas at a special event being held at Coventry University this month.