Fans of The Kinks are being invited to come and get Kinky in King’s Heath on Sunday 7 July and celebrate a legendary performance by the group at the former Ritz Ballroom
The University of Wolverhampton has launched a new book which charts its origins and history over 180 years.
New comic play by Liz John and Julia Wright, about invisible women, invisible men and the invisible truth
BGSO inviting orchestral musicians of all backgrounds from across the Midlands and beyond to come and join in for a weekend of making new friends and music in great setting of mac birmingham.
Care for a day out on endless sands? Try Morecambe Bay with a guide
Carl Chinn makes his feelings known about the controversial decision to scrap his radio show.
Coverage of Birmingham City Council’s meeting this afternoon can be found here starting at 13:30 today, apparently.
With new inquests due to take place next year, the search for the truth is becoming more important.
Helping people with disabilities to live more independently is ensuring one Malvern company is celebrating its milestone birthday in style.
A new digital lab based at Coventry University’s Technology Park is offering help to West Midlands SMEs to integrate the latest technologies into their business and boost productivity.
Midlands Co-operative food store on Swanshurst Lane in Moseley, Birmingham, celebrated its refurbishment with food tastings in their new-look store.
The full line-up for mac birmingham’s ‘new music’ festival for young people ‘One Beat Saturday’ is now available.
Fifteen schools from across Birmingham have been awarded with Health for Life certification
Langley Brass Band, one of the oldest brass bands in the Midlands, will be performing at The Public in West Bromwich on Saturday 6 July in a special concert, Summer Brass.
The University of Wolverhampton has launched a new faculty in order to respond to industry calls to tackle the shortage of graduates with skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
A leading Birmingham security system specialist, DFL, has moved into larger premises in Spencer Street, Hockley to expand its services
Longford Park Primary School and Coventry University Students’ Union volunteers are working together to deliver an exciting Arts Week for children
Andy Munro provides a mid-close season report on the situation at St Andrews.
Dave Woodhall comments on the latest blow to local-themed radio.
The Government’s decision to abandon plans to raise the motorway speed limit to 80mph has been welcomed by Birmingham-based road safety charity DriveSafe.
Birmingham City Council officials have written a report to the Cabinet stating that the 40-year-old Central Library building is not only vacant but ‘obsolete’ as well, reveals Alan Clawley.
What’s hot on the box? Richard Lutz checks out the films on tv
Looking for something to do tomorrow? Here’s the solution.
Four West Midlands police officers have received bravery awards.
The Midlands based rail champion, Campaign for Rail will be holding its inaugural Annual General Meeting tomorrow at the Atrium, Moor Street Station
Innovation Birmingham appoints three Entrepreneurs in Residence to drive tech and low carbon start-ups
Halesowen community invited to join in a big Poppy Picnic this Saturday to support The Royal British Legion’s vital work for the Armed Forces community
A national report into policing mental health suffers has been released.
More dates for the city centre’s premier venues.
A student from Coventry School of Art and Design has won first place in a national art competition.