Ballet leads to overseas boost for Birmingham designer.
Three year project to create visionary complex.
Famed city comedy venue to forge year-long association with leading UK paediatric centre.
Eggs to appear in locations throughout West Midlands.
Sir Howard Elston, this website’s diplomatic editor, with the inside story of the Big Break Up.
Host of sponsors also confirmed for iconic festival.
Big Dig Food Growing Event at Martineau Gardens.
Westminster visit provides opportunity to show value of training.
Oportunity for landlords to manage properties interactively.
RAF Museum Cosford to celebrate landmark.
“The type of place where audiences live.”
Qatar commits to investing £5 billion in the UK over the next three to five years.
New hands-on experiences at Museum thanks to new funding.
Pub group survey reveals customer preference.
City’s primary schools compete to win Inspector Claw-So bear sculpture.
Views from iconic tower block made public.
Child death charity to benefit from fundraising.
City centre venue voted best in the area.
Charity events to follow refurbishment.
Council leaders accused of obstructing plans to protect heritage site.
Green presentation leads to national prize.
City-wide events taking place in July.
Birmingham Jazz are presenting an unsuual combination this week.
Link-up with football club working in the community.
Richard Lutz points the finger at a quartet of movies that will fill your crystal screen this week.
City music festival starting at the weekend.
Local band to launch Jewellery Quarter music venture.
Richard Lutz warns that the Westminster attack should not start a rush to judgement.
Best of British comes to city screen.
NUJ to launch campaign to protect local news.