Business and education join forces to deliver career boost to 3,500 Black Country pupils.
Birmingham festivities ready for final frantic fortnight.
The Snowman celebrates 25 years on stage.
Christmas event at railway station in aid of SIFA Fireside.
A guide to what the city’s planning to spend and save next year.
Heart appeal is a Wiz of an idea.
Looking for some midweek music? Head for the Jewellery Quarter.
Sir Howard Elston (DOA) grants an audience to Prime Minister Theresa May as she stops Brexit vote.
Magical atmosphere created by carnival procession.
Survey reveals most young people in Birmingham lack knowledge about digital careers.
Andy Munro watches Blues lose at home to Bristol City.
Companies link up for Birmingham charity appeal.
Dave Woodhall watches as Villa draw 2-2 at Albion.
Richard Lutz goes to The Edge.
Dave Woodhall talks to Pete Williams, Oldbury’s greatest musical export.
City hospice to benefit from big screen spectaculars.
First two artists selected for year-long Bruntwood and Grand Union artists-in residence scheme.
Event gives students a taste of the world of tech.
Sales boost eases fears of downturn.
Sir Howard Elston, The Queen’s Surveyor of Great Art, lifts the lid on HM’s new series of postage stamps .
Econocom ditches Secret Santa for donations to Birmingham City Mission.
Folk legend to play Christmas show.
West Midlands Railway lost property charges dropped.
Villa’s goalscoring form continues with a 3-0 win at Middlesbrough, as Dave Woodhall reports.
Richard Lutz plunges into TV movieland to dredge up a gem or two.
Andy Munro reports on Blues’ 3-0 win at home to Preston.