Birmingham Rep awarded £332,000 to support next generation of producers and writers.
Brum Spirit reveals full programme of weekend events.
Increased profitability is aim for new appointment.
Andy Munro watches Blues at the Bescot.
City has “big contribution to make” in post-Brexit UK.
Bournville’s first discovery trail to launch next week.
Partnership head will lead change to get more people active.
New theatre inspired by stories of First World War.
Dave Woodhall on Villa’s double win and other matters.
HSBC will be headline sponsor for prestige honours.
Online review community goes live.
Sir Howard Elston, scourge of the right and enema of the left, sits down with Boris Johnson, Britain’s new Foreign Dudemeister.
Richard Lutz tries to review the past week.
Foreign investment HQ to be located at Baskerville House in city centre.
Cosford volunteers celebrate Legion d’honneur.
America comes to Bilston in the next couple of weeks.
Barclays Eagles fly the nest for three-day charity cycle.
Another record month for booming BHX.
Scouts spend a night at the museum for centenary celebrations.
Birmingham student scores sought-after role in São Paulo.
Students from across the UK compete to be named Company of the Year.
Both will be on offer at the Cosford Food Festival.
Trade group host special exhibition at the House of Commons.
Apollo lift-off as Birmingham overcomes post-Brexit uncertainty.
New Shakespeare required – apply now.
Dave Woodhall on Villa’s first tentative steps into 2016-17.
Theresa may, but it’s Project Smear for loathsome Leadsom says Steve Beauchampé.
Another night of quality music guaranteed.
150 new Personal Assistants required to help residents.
New appointments aim to boost improvements in public transport.