Prime Minister discusses Birmingham’s role in economic recovery.
Plea follows life jail term for killer father.
Stars of stage and screen to celebrate musical festivities with orchestra.
Local visual and performing artists come together to celebrate The Public
Opportunity for residents to promote healthy living.
Andy Munro has finally calmed down after watching Blues’ epic cup tie with Stoke.
Advice and grants available to community-based small businesses.
Minimum 22 year sentence follows wife’s murder.
Can being kind change the world?
Sell-out for TV series spin-off.
Terry Wills watched Albion’s painful defeat on Merseyside and offers an instant remedy.
Coventry University film festival begins this week.
Users will be at risk claim Labour opposition.
Alan Clawley on the hypocrisy of bank bail-outs.
Service to be held on Remembrance Sunday.
Aid for regional businesses welcomed.
By Richard Lutz
Award-winning comedian Jarred Christmas tells us about his acronymic life.
There are a couple of shows worth catching next month at Artix, Bromsgrove.
Advice for trick or treaters and people at home.
Boost for young Birmingham jobseekers.
Collecting people’s stories for an extraordinary new artwork celebrating the positive contribution migration has made to the success of the city.
Further cuts to come, say Labour group.
Villa lost at home again. Dave Woodhall wonders why.
Andy Munro on Blues draw at Derby.
There’s a strong veterans line-up this week.
A poignant new free exhibition, Last Post: Remembering the First World War, will explore the effect of the events of 1914-18 on the Post Office, its people and the contribution of postal communications to the war effort.
Dave Woodhall has an early night in the West Country.
A Birmingham jazz musician and composer has been chosen by Town Hall & Symphony Hall to represent the city in a prestigious European music series.
TV show leavers to appear in the city.