Can being good change the world?
If you are of a certain age, you will remember where you were…exactly…when you found out John Kennedy was shot 50 years ago today.
“This is the place to be” says director-general.
Advice from West Midlands Ambulance Service on the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Passenger numbers continue to grow at Birmingham Airport.
College link to encourage training in Birmingham.
Strasbourg award for girl who defied terrorists.
Terry Wills on old enemies from near and far.
See how Christmas used to be celebrated.
Region given boost in European Parliament budget.
Expansion for scheme aimed at bringing offenders face to face with victims.
The next few weeks’ highlights at the Arts Centre in Bromsgrove.
Coventry-based programme will allow entrepreneurial ideas to flourish.
Solihull shopping centre Touchwood is gearing up for the festive season with a host of attractions that will help shoppers, retailers and community groups alike.
“Conspiracy to withhold damning evidence from Ombudsman enquiry” claim.
Arts centre commended for excellence and innovation in digital accessibility for all.
Local company employees provide improved facilities for patients families.
Perhaps thou clutchest tickets for tonight’s sold out Bryan Ferry gig at Symphony Hall? Or perhaps there will be a few stray returns at the door? Regardless, Martin Longley caught the show up in York last Thursday night…
Gordon Harley poses a moral dilemma.
Walking in the Air, two decades on.
A free professorial lecture exploring the criminal justice system in modern Britain is taking place at Coventry University on Monday 25th November.
Alan Clawley talks about the closest thing we have to our ‘own’ motorway.
Pedestrians and all roads users to be targeted.
Richard Lutz returns to Brooklyn. It’s his hometown. But it’s halfway round the world
Dave Woodhall on the (lack of) events at Villa Park this week.
Blues, tributes and Scandinavian metal.
Call comes ahead of national safety initiative.
Annual conference plans to launch careers in growing industry.
Major new Birmingham photography project launches.
Learn more about the history of the city.