Birmingham children to perform at Crescent theatre.
Three finalists bid to become Britain’s champion unsigned band.
Birmingham agency combines with local businesses to provide gifts for vulnerable people.
Should private companies be undertaking police work? Dave Woodhall argues not.
Young authors celebrate the launch of their reimagined FairITales.
Passengers advised to plan ahead while track upgraded.
Award-winning comic to star at Press Club function.
Dance Hub Birmingham announces recipients of first Artistic Commissions and Bursaries.
West Midlands Trains starts £1 billion investment into the UK rail network.
Will Mapplebeck looks back at his looking forward.
Dave Woodhall endures Villa’s goalless draw at home to Millwall.
Andy Munro writes about Blues’ defeat at Fulham.
Longbridge museum intended to establish record of historic factory site.
Seventh Wave Festival of Electronic Music announced.
Richard Lutz is buried by another seven days.
Stephen Pennell watches another night of Birmingham’s finest.
Change Into Action launched to provide online help for donations.
‘Rat run’ fear over decision to open up street to through traffic.
Hens hoping there’ll be room at the inn this Christmas.
£8.2 million scheme will help shortage of affordable housing.
Birmingham’s independent art scene takes over Digbeth with unique and engaging exhibition.
£4,500 boost for Lunch on the Run.
Sweet treats in store at Italian restaurant’s latest venture.
Northfield school children donate Christmas presents to families in need.
Stephen Pennell witnesses another step towards global stardom for one of Birmingham’s finest.
“Don’t let Christmas be ruined” plea.
Jolly Santas set new record for charity’s Jingle Bell Jog.
Artists set to unify the city with social experiment.
Sir Howard Elston, scourge of the left and enemy of the right, with a worldwide scoopereenio.
£6 million healthcare projects completed.