Richard Lutz attends the election hustings and loses the will to live.
Call for contractors to utilise skill providers.
Applications for roles at new multi-million pound regional flagship shop open tomorrow.
Launch of Birmingham’s festival of exciting new European theatre, dance and performance.
Council to scrap zero hours contracts for care staff.
Spring’s calling early birds to celebrate with a new beer.
Rusty Lee to join TV chefs for charity food event.
Richard Lutz slumps in front of the box to find the best movie on TV this week.
Further boost for city airport.
Carl Fogarty and Richard Hammond lead ride out raising £45,000 for charity.
Companies chosen to present extracts and new ideas as part of a one day festival of fresh new theatre.
Women & Theatre work with teenage boys on performance project about male communication.
Hospital event set for take off.
Third year of ground-breaking event.
Dance and comedy are the order of the month.
Sunday afternoon event to mark legendary venue.
Drive-in movies a highlight of summer fun.
Business Blossoms at Abbey.
Millennium Assemblies acquires JJ Engineering from administration.
Birmingham Director of Public Health, Dr Adrian Phillips, makes the case for more stairs as Birmingham faces up to an inactivity crisis.
Terry Wills watches Albion grind out a point against Liverpool.
Antiques Roadshow meets Cash in the Attic with the launch of luxury day trips to learn from TV experts how to spot a cut-price collector’s item.
Richard Lutz takes a pew at Birmingham Rep for the Daphne du Maurier thriller
Night of murder mystery set in the Roaring Twenties.
Skills Factory leadership & management programme gets off to a flying start.
DriveSafe launches song writing competition to ‘save kids’ lives’.
Spring event at Martineau Gardens launched.
Flights to regional destination begin.
International delegates to debate developments in science and technology.
Oh maan, how Polar Bear have grown over the years, mists Martin Longley.