Villa grab a last-minute winner at Sheffield United. Dave Woodhall celebrates.
Anniversary events to acknowledge support from the public.
Countdown for Gymnastics World Cup begins as Team GB named.
Rare chance to see behind the scenes at century-old venue.
Players of People’s Postcode Lottery support aerts centre with £350,000 award.
Ocean Colour Scene to play Wolverhampton racecourse.
Timely cinema screenings this February and March.
Birmingham Jazz presents another night of quality music.
Stephen Pennell goes on a musical mission in Digbeth.
Andy Munro watches Blues draw 1-1 at Huddersfield.
Dave Woodhall finds a few things to talk about on a weekend when Villa aren’t in action.
Richard Lutz tips his hat to two films on the box this week that take you somewhere else.
Dining at Cookhouse & Pub, the latest Oldbury food destination.
UK’s biggest folk band pulls into central railway hub.
The UK’s only direct flight to Amritsar will commence in February.
Aim to raise awareness of solitary living.
Birmingham is now home to 21,768 purpose-built student beds.
Family extravaganza set for Genting Arena.
Duncan Lewis employee a finalist in Services to Law.
Veronica Lee talks to comedian Suzi Ruffell, who will be playing the Glee Club in May.
Legal bosses going down to aid charity.
Comedy night to aid mental health charities announced.
Glee to host big name child-friendly show.
Birmingham academic training Rwanda’s next generation of researchers.
Broad Street bars join forces to host national competition.
Two-year deal signed to expand company’s services to airport.
White Horse bans plastic drinking straws.
Richard Lutz takes the long route through another lost week.
Two Sandwell community swimming pools to close to help fund Commonwealth Games Aquatics Centre, reports Steve Beauchampe.
Highest-ever passenger numbers as airport development begins.