Sir Howard Elston, scourge of the right and enema of the left, with this report on the Euro-crisis: I am sitting in my Westminster redoubt, my zircon encrusted Vape in one hand and a triple Islay malt just about to wet my lips as I pen this latest petit mot to all my readers in downtown…
LoveBrum hopes to bag Birmingham’s support this winter.
Former England captain launches sport and education initiative.
Passengers advised to plan journeys as Birmingham’s Christmas market signals start of festive period.
HD Brows add city centre to their list of academies.
`Richard Lutz stumbles through another week.
City Year UK share Iram Shariff’s story to celebrate #iwillWeek.
Reward of up to £10,000 offered for information on shooting of two teenage boys.
From World Cup winners and music legends to panto stars and lantern making, there’s something for everyone.
On The Tools pick up the People’s Choice Awards at Pitch@Palace.
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Local professionals and businesses win at the inaugural Midlands Beauty Industry Awards 2018.
21st birthday gala for ACE.
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West Midlands Railway partners with the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Cure Leukaemia to benefit from donation.
College to offer help for firms or students affected.
£8,000 raised for local good causes.
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Sir Howard Elston sits down with the Prez.
Hippodrome production set for festive appearance.
Passengers encouraged to make small talk and help save lives on the railway.
Songwriters Dan Whitehouse & Boo Hewerdine team up.
First direct service to Agadir launched.
Richard Nevin watches Johnny Marr ripping up Digbeth.
Charity to benefit from seasonal film festival.
WSP moves 700 staff into new £7 million Birmingham headquarters.
Landflight to transport Legion to Remembrance parade.
Inquiry to hold public hearings into the Archdiocese of Birmingham.