DE.CON.STRUCT is a group exhibition, which aims to challenge gender norms and ideals.
As forecast, the heat on Monday was followed by brief but heavy thunder storms.
Four new start-ups have each received a £10,000 incubation package, enabling the launch of their tech businesses at Birmingham Science Park
The Greater Birmingham and Solihull region is one of the most successful in the UK at attracting foreign investment
More local jobs are being created at Midland’s specialist seating manufacturer, Repose, following its most successful month ever.
The Public in West Bromwich have teamed up with SWEDA, an organisation which champions youth enterprise, to develop a Creative Network for young people.
The search to find the region’s tourism superstars begins in earnest this month
From Sir Howard Elston, friend of the Royals: Here it is, the first photograph of the third in line to the throne of Britain. And what a young monarch to be he is too.
This family show, brings magic and fun to the stage at Artrix on Thursday 8th August, at 2pm.
Creative contractors behind Aston University’s £45 million new Student Village, approaching completion now, are handing over £10,000 to Birmingham’s Children’s Hospital.
Driving in a heat wave can be dangerous – which is why DriveSafe has some simple tips for coping with this summer’s soaring temperatures.
Sources deep within the private health world were rocked to their very rich foundations today when it was announced that Will and Kate’s impending royal child will use social media to say Hi to the world seconds after the birth.
Online retailer WAE+ today announced its intention to donate at least £10,000 to its Charity of the Year, Midlands Air Ambulance, throughout 2013.
A legendary funk Afro-jazz band that burst into the charts with a classic instrumental dance track is to make their Jam House debut next month.
Dave Woodhall talks about Villa’s new signing.
A return for a legendary name, amongst others.
Terry Wills reports on the Birmingham & Midland Operatic Society’s performance of Carousel.
What’s hot on the box this week? Richard Lutz checks out the films on that crystal machine.
Andy Goff spent a balmy evening sampling the delights of Indian cuisine and hospitality while learning about Air India’s plans at BHX.
Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice has unveiled its latest venture aimed at supporting the services on which so many rely.
Innovation Birmingham Campus-based Ventive is seeking a local company to manufacture its award-winning low carbon ventilation product.
The University of Wolverhampton has teamed up with an internet TV channel to examine how footballers cope with the pressure of penalty shoot-outs.
This summer, Ikon is calling for people called Navin to join Navinland, a global community of people sharing the same name.
A dozen students from three Birmingham schools swapped the classroom for the kitchen to become ‘Masterchefs’ for the day
This summer QAC thanks its retiring Chair Professor John Hilbourne after three and a half years leading the Board and many more as a governor at the College.
Concert on Sunday 4 August will celebrate the great 1960s female pop stars who performed at former Ritz Ballroom.
A graduate from Coventry School of Art and Design has been crowned UK Photoshop Champion and is now hoping to land the world title.
Birmingham arts organisations stage free outdoor spectacular to welcome city’s new cultural asset
Sir David Attenborough is urging the public to take part in the world’s largest butterfly count to assess if species are recovering after their worst year on record.
A £1 million project to digitise BT’s historical collection of photos and documents is set to bring 165 years of UK telecoms heritage to the public’s fingertips today