Competition set to celebrate diversity and equality.
Weekend celebration to shop expansion.
Region’s companies can learn how to go global.
LGBT-themed film festival to open next month.
More Scandinavian flights from Birmingham Airport.
Sir Howard Elston, scourge of the right, sworn enemy of the left and not too keen on the centrists, reports on a new macro industrial tie-up that will help everyone…especially him.
Dave Woodhall wonders if Villa will win before they get a new manager.
The dance troupe Rambert takes to the dance floor of the sixties, writes Richard Lutz, and it’s all rock and roll.
‘Stay safe’ warning from council boss Jacqui Kennedy, Acting Strategic Director of Place.
Terry Wills talks about Albion’s resurgence.
Brandauer eyes £500,000 EU opportunity at Productronica.
Further expansion for airport services.
Bromsgrove’s arts centre presents.
Abbey College body takes shape.
Birmingham’s Big Freeze leaves lasting impression.
Shopping Park launches latest fashion campaign.
Andy Munro watches Blues lose on Humberside.
€100,000 to be shared by low carbon companies.
Train company to increase services.
Qatar Airways to expand further.
Dave Woodhall on events at Villa Park.
Aer Lingus adds new US routes.
Public invited to attend event at threatened building.
Lord Tony Blair of Bollocksville, former king of Inger-lund, talks exclusively to Sir Howard Elston about his totally blameless role in the Iraq and Afghani wars.
Help required to assist schools entrepreneurs.
Pre-payment cards introduced on region’s buses.
Alex dates for hit musical.
Birmingham writer’s help for the Arts.
It’s been a varied week for Richard Lutz, from emptying the house of books via walking in the woods to dealing with British Gas.
Region set to strengthen its position as only UK region operating trade surplus with China.