Villa saw out 2017 with a 1-0 win at Middlesbrough, as Dave Woodhall reports.
Andy Munro enjoys Blues’ win over Leeds.
Get rid of your trees the environmentally-friendly way in January.
Sir Howard Elston lifts the snowy lid on the cold weather that has beleaguered UK-ville.
Villa lost to Brentford on Boxing Day, with Dave Woodhall pondering changes.
Andy Munro watches Blues’ defeat at home to Norwich City. He’s seen it all before.
Richard Lutz peers into his crystal box set to unveil the best movies on TV this week.
Andy Munro sees a straw to clutch in Blues’ 1-1 draw at Sunderland.
Villa drew at home to Sheffield United on Saturday. Dave Woodhall was not impressed.
Richard Lutz sifts through the charred remains of another week
Birmingham club night set for New Year’s Eve launch.
The UK’s largest toy and collector’s fair is at the NEC on Wednesday December 27th.
Solihull students collect for those in need this winter.
Ahead of his gig at Warwick Arts Centre on Thursday 18th January, Bria Donaldson spoke to Stephen K Amos.
Four businesses secure backing as part of £250 million commitment to region’s SMEs.
Founder of Revolver Records to be honoured at University ceremony.
Chance for all to hear stunning performers in new building.
Council issues Christmas warning against using illegal cabs rides.
Festive surprise for Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice patients.
Sir Howard Elston, our Westminster man in the know, disentangles the laments of Damian Green.
Landlord raises alarm about pace of Birmingham office lettings.
Birmingham widow takes steps against “harmful effects of loneliness”.
Villa lost 2-0 at Derby on Saturday. Dave Woodhall talks about it.
Two films that helped define America’s image of itself hits the box this week, says Richard Lutz.
Andy Munro gets a familiar feeling watching Blues get beaten 2-1 by QPR.
Almost £50,000 given to help women affected by domestic abuse.
Sweet treat for panto lovers at Bournville.
Barclays and Cambridge University join forces to help UK businesses scale up.
Charity offers reward for information after death of pensioner subject to brutal attack.
First illustrated history of one of Britain’s finest performing arts schools.