Medical charity Ammalife invites you to a choral concert in Birmingham which will not only give great pleasure but help raise cash for its international work.
SIR HOWARD ELSTON (DOA) sits down for a shock chat with the worldwide organisation that the media always quotes but the public rarely meets- the much quoted International Community….
Environmentalists plea for more help from rail expansion.
Anais Mitchell plays Birmingham this Saturday. Martin Longley has already witnessed her up in the wilds of Yorkshire’s East Riding.
Delegates at next month’s international real estate show, MIPIM, will get a unique taste of Birmingham’s food scene when they tuck into snack boxes being flown over for the event.
Today, Birmingham City Council unveils the Birmingham Curzon HS2 Masterplan, which will see 141 hectares of the city centre transformed.
Business tourism programme Meet Birmingham to take new ‘Where The World Meets’ campaign to Australia, USA and Europe in 2014.
Terry Wills waves his arms in the air and goes Sailing.
Edinburgh Fringe award winners play mac in March.
Some of the best young unsigned bands in the region will be appearing at the Robin on Sunday 2nd March.
South Birmingham arts festival returns for third year.
Willmott Dixon Partnerships has announced its latest figures for community engagement, after adopting the principles of the Birmingham Business Charter for Social Responsibility.
A new regional hub focused on tackling climate change is being launched at the Innovation Birmingham Campus.
Which? study praises rail links to city centre.
Proposed budget “political cowardice” claim.
A treasured local Nature Reserve is to be expanded to include a forgotten meadow area and new entrance that leads towards other nearby attractions.
Aviation enthusiasts descended on Birmingham last weekend for the final passenger flights of an iconic aeroplane. Steve Beauchampé reports.
Terry Wills on the continuing saga of underachieving Hawthorns folk.
Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry.
from Richard Lutz.
Farewell, good luck and goodbye, reflects the departing Peter Sampson.
Alan Clawley on the role our past can play in the present.
Andy Munro travels to see Blues win beside the seaside.
Richard Lutz dives into this week’s TV schedules to surface with the movie that matters.
Our sports editor, SIR HOWARD ELSTON (DOA), reports from his ground floor Premier Inn suite in Sochi as the Olympics enters its last superduper days.
The Birmingham Secular Fellowship is a new non-religious community group which started in Moseley in October 2013.
From RICHARD LUTZ.
Terry Wills on Albion and the FA Cup.
50,000 passengers in first six months of operation.
A celebrated martial artist and musician from Birmingham will be launching a tour of unique Oriental dance and music at MAC.
Boost for wildlife local charity.