Villa lose 2-0 at Sheffield United and Dave Woodhall is apprehensive.
Passengers offered first glimpse of new West Midlands Railway trains.
Shootings down by 53 per cent as police gangs team scores success.
Andy Munro still finds consolation in Blues’ 3-2 home defeat to Albion.
Simon Hale watches the Alexandra Theatre’s big Christmas production.
West Midlands’ tourism successes to be celebrated at University of Birmingham.
Refurbished hotel to draw on links with automotive industry.
Speakers lined up for annual event.
More reasons than ever to visit Birmingham’s Creative Quarter.
Young people from Acorns Children’s Hospice enjoy a pre-Christmas treat with families.
Community group helps courise in raising awareness.
Andy Munro endures a damp St Andrews watching Blues go down 2-0 to Queens Park Rangers.
Anonymous disposal helping reduce knife crime.
Wolves book raises six figure sum for Childrens Hospital.
Foaming Tankard re-opens with a Caribbean flair.
Siblings sporty success brings in £4,500 for cancer charity.
Edgbaston Foundation announces partnership with Birmingham Stories as Literacy Business Pledge launched.
“Where the power of art engages the spirit of our communities.”
Businesses support Birmingham hospice with Christmas wreath-making masterclass.
Classic films season to air at arts centre.
Leading the way with new electric bus fleet.
Comedy favourite booked for Birmingham Press Club Christmas date.
Dave Woodhall on Villa’s 4-1 defeat to Leicester, and happier memories.
Two of the main parties commit to two of the Three Demands.
Blues win 3-2 with Andy Munro impressed with what he sees.
Comic Paul McCaffrey talks to Bruce Dessau.
Music on the streets of the city.
‘Outstanding contribution’ to South Asian health recognised.
Aiming to put the ‘social’ back into social media.
Villa go down 2-1 at Chelsea. Dave Woodhall comments.