Shopping centre’s tenth birthday marked in an appropriate way.
Jesse Jackson’s visit to Birmingham led to his making some negative comments about the city. Dave Woodhall replies.
Helping build for the future and sustain local businesses.
Peak season for potentially fatal illness is approaching.
Alan Clawley ponders on those who were, and weren’t, present at the opening of the Library of Birmingham.
You’ll never get an easier chance to become a world-beater.
Help for small businesses.
OGL Computer signs up over 30 runners to Team Cure Leukaemia.
All- star production to debut at Rep.
New date added to venue’s calendar.
Looking for mixed race Britons to help research project.
Success for local restaurant.
Investigations still ongoing.
Troubled gallery breaks visitor records.
Witnesses still sought to fatal incident.
Birmingham Friends of the Earth are pedalling for laughs.
Local police aim to recruit more volunteer officers.
A large crowd greeting education activist Malala Yousafzai this morning as she officially opened the Library of Birmingham.
Dave Woodhall talks about Villa’s past week, touching on transfers, cup ties and the appalling taste of professional footballers.
International Olympic Committee state that 2014 Winter Olympics will be “without discrimination.”
Legends? You got ’em.
One singer and a lot of comedians.
Andy Munro reports on Blues’ game with Ipswich Town.
Heritage site set for festival.
Safer travel as police watch over new starters.
Miss Macaroon brings secret cinema to Birmingham
Former pupil speaks of dangers of homophobia in schools.
RAF Museum announces star attractions.
CPS employees set up taxi scam to defraud the public purse.
Trott and Purnell go Head 2 Head for BUPA Great Birmingham Run.