Alan Clawley on recent developments in the listed building world.
Dave Woodhall reports on Villa’s win at home to Manchester City.
Builders claim “swift and decisive action” needed.
Employees from the home of Cadbury have raised more than £2,000 by taking part in the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
Youngsters to get the chance to experience university life.
Some things are straightforward and some defy description.
Andy Munro on the end of a rollercoaster week for Blues.
Dave Woodhall makes an obvious, and unflattering, comparison.
John Chubb wonders about the mood amongst Wolverhampton’s civic leaders.
“Doing nothing is not an option” says council leader.
Volunteers answered call to participate in Verdi’s masterpiece.
It’s not all bad news for publicans. Dave Woodhall visits the revitalised Woodman.
An award-winning campaign designed to protect Birmingham’s most vulnerable adults from abuse is being relaunched next week.
Plenty to do from now until Christmas.
Cartoons over Great Barr.
The area’s culture celebrated over eleven days.
Coventry University is hosting an event on the future of the country’s road transport network at its city centre campus on Thursday 10th October 2013.
Birmingham Rep to stage European collaboration.
Another Michelin star for the city’s restaurants.
Andy Munro on Blues in the League Cup.
Hit production boosts local economy.
Michelin starred chef, Glynn Purnell is helping Cure Leukaemia to mark its tenth birthday in culinary style by designing a unique menu for its celebration event at Aston Villa next month.
Euro-MP warns of need to meet the challenge of green competitiveness.
More Ritz celebrations.
A couple more dates for the Glee Club, Birmingham.
From the hotdesk of economics editor Sir Howard Elston.
Dave Woodhall on Villa, spirituality and the League Cup.
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