Terry Wills on Albion’s place in the news.
Dave Woodhall looks forward to Villa’s impending cup glory. It’s better than looking at their league form.
Andy Munro is allowed a bit of optimism after watching Blues beat Blackburn.
Aid for stricken regions.
Sir Howard Elston (DOA) replies to the urgent queries of the day despite being shackled by his electronic ankle tag.
Go to the shops and change your life.
Local school enjoys recital reunion.
Cyclists can raise funds for a worthy cause while riding a top circuit.
Andy Munro talks about Blues’ draw with Wigan without mentioning pies or casinos.
Terry Wills is starting to worry about the Albion.
London Midland is advising passengers to plan carefully and aim to get home early on Christmas Eve.
Apprenticeships provider aiming to create 400 local jobs aided by the local talent pool and active business community.
Funds now allow streamed performance of panto to local hospitals .
Terry Wills has seen a… you can guess the rest.
Our editorial manager Sir Howard Elston (DOA) explains why this website will never mention Nigella.
Villa’s run of poor form leads Dave Woodhall to draw an obvious conclusion.
Andy Munro on Blues’ draw with Nottingham Forest.
Richard Lutz on the movie of the tv week – in this, the festive season of goodwill, peace on earth and last minute internet deals.
As Britain is accused of colluding in torture, our rendition correspondent Howard Elston (DOA), files this exclusive which rips the lid off Downing Street shenanigans:
Creative career opportunities will follow grant awards.
Gordon Harley gives us some words on the subject of resolutions.
Kingsbridge Project board member Amanda Smith tells us about their activities.
A Coventry University-led charity is spreading some overseas festive cheer this Christmas.
Airline to launch JFK and Dhaka from Birmingham Airport.
City enjoys record-breaking year across tourism and inward investment sectors.
City station to be upgraded.
Call from city heath chiefs.
95 jobs filled at local development.
Nomination for best regional production won by military musical.
Terry Wills on an interesting week at the Albion and a new book he’s enjoyed.