Finalists announced for media awards.
Birmingham mum recalls the first step to graduation.
Andy Munro goes back to his roots with Blues.
Birmingham city council responds to Kerslake criticism.
Move will create 50 new skilled and entry-level engineering jobs over five years.
Shakespeare play for Edgbaston beauty spot.
Summer masterclasses at Birmingham Ormiston Academy.
Institute to host first student Biomedical Science Careers Expo at ICC.
Get filming ahead of Morrisons Great Birmingham Run Business Challenge.
Demo by private hire drivers may cause city centre problems.
Millennium Point set to support Birmingham’s independent food scene.
Cabinet Member for Health and Social Care, Cllr Paulette Hamilton, hopes Birmingham’s owl invasion can encourage more people to put their best foot forward on the road to a healthier lifestyle.
Dog owners urged not to stray from their responsibilities.
If you’ve ever wanted to appear on the big stage, read on.
Appointed first female president of the British Kendo Association.
Spica Technologies’ Devicepoint product shortlisted for the Cisco BIG Awards.
£2 million now raised to help continue excellence of orchestra’s work.
Dave Woodhall on Villa’s week, ending with the traditional trip to Walsall.
Andy Munro talks about Blues’ friendly at Burton and the ongoing problems at St Andrews.
Alan Clawley comments on the ever-increasing amount of road traffic.
Call for votes to win funding for Birmingham landmark.
Restorative Justice programme tackling ASB on public transport celebrates successful first year.
Birmingham shopping park announces its new campaign ambassadors.
One day festival to celebrate landmark Rolling Stones date.
Council to continue affordable housing plans.
City has 16 of Britain’s best green spaces.
Iconic photograph marks two months to go until department store opens.
Like buses, blues guitarists come along in twos.
New investment will help improve pubic transport facilities.
Ground-breaking performances in store from dance company.