Personal skills course on offer.
Accolade follows record visitor numbers for Birmingham in 2013.
£4.5 million fund available to support offshore wind growth.
Display of sitcom characters to coincide with comedy festival.
Dave Woodhall discusses middle-aged anxiety with Ireland’s biggest-selling comedian.
Birmingham to become a Centre of Excellence in financial education.
Community work brings recognition.
Trophy visits Birmingham this week.
Over 300 city centre fringe events planned for Tory conference.
Sir Howard Elston (DOA) noted journalist and all around mediocrity fields your queries.
An old face returns to the city’s music scene this evening.
Father’s death led to campaign.
Richard Lutz guides you through Movieland on the box for this week.
A magical dance troupe, made entirely from a heap of rubbish, comes to Warwick Arts Centre next month.
Environmental group appoint new Chief Executive.
Improvements come as airport is busier than ever.
Festival to highlight problems of low pay.
Dave Woodhall on Villa’s illness-affected defeat to Arsenal.
City highlights business tourism offer to international associates from HelmsBriscoe.
Despite Thursday’s Scottish referendum result, the longer term direction of travel is towards independence argues Steve Beauchampé.
More international jazz this Friday.
Andy Munro on Blues’ draw at Carrow Road.
Scotland takes stock of the vote against Independence. And John Knox, a former BBC political correspondent, forwards this letter from Edinburgh.
Hodge Hill MP Liam Byrne asks his constituents and fellow citizens.
More than thirty jobs created as Finance Birmingham and Blue Sky support Nationwide Property Assistance.
Police warning follows spate of bar thefts.
City council seeking opinion on redevelopment.
University is best for student experience.
First World War play comes to Aston arts centre.
Teacher and former pupil kick off careers.