The University of Wolverhampton is to host its first dedicated Open Day for Deaf and hearing-impaired learners this month.
A delegation from Birmingham has headed east to showcase the region to Asia’s leading airlines and tourism authorities looking for new route opportunities in the UK.
Bullwell Trailer Solutions has announced that profits have risen at the company for the fifth year in a row, with the past 12 months marking a record trading year
This week the Silent Witnesses project working with Year Five pupils across ten inner-city primary schools will visit primary schools in Birmingham.
Today the Government has endorsed Lord Heseltine’s review “No Stone Unturned”, which recommends a single funding pot strategy for cities.
Brand new exhibition at Winterbourne House and Garden asks University of Birmingham researchers to capture detailed research projects in just one image
He boasts one of popular music’s most recognisable voices, having clocked up hit after hit with Dr Hook – who doesn’t remember Sylvia’s Mother?
A quick trip down the pub has turned into the challenge of a lifetime for four novice runners from the Black Country.
Our scoffing roving reporter has been out sampling the delights of Birmingham cuisine. Here’s her report on San Carlo.
Birmingham has unveiled the first glimpse of an interactive 3D map at MIPIM, which brings its new economic zones to life.
Jerome Turner invites anyone with a box of old cine reels to come along and have them projected at 8mm Cine Club’s first visit to Flatpack Festival.
Our travel columnist recalls her maiden voyage.
Andy Munro reports back from Blues’ successful trip to the north-east.
Villa scored a vital win on Saturday against Harry Redknapp’s QPR. Dave Woodhall describes the day’s dramas .
“Maximising your Return on Investment from a Good Idea”
A theatre company formed by Coventry University performing arts graduates has been selected to take part in this year’s National Student Drama Festival