As soon as Scotland gains independence, Steve Beauchampe’s emigrating there.
Prime Minister David Cameron hasn’t looked anything like a leader this week writes Steve Beauchampé
Kings Heath’s Hare and Hounds was the venue last night for the first appearance in Birmingham of Police Dog Hogan
As the dust settles, Tory euphoria and Labour gloom has yet to subside. Dominic Fisher examines the possibilities a new government will bring.
Here at last to satisfy the clamour of their Brummie fans, come Police Dog Hogan.
Antiques Roadshow meets Cash in the Attic with the launch of luxury day trips to learn from TV experts how to spot a cut-price collector’s item.
The question was; what to do on a dank Sunday in February for a day out without spending loads of dosh? And here’s the answer: A trip to RAF Museum Cosford.
Andy Goff and some of his relatives joined a large crowd to watch the official opening of a WWI arboretum.
Andy Goff was out with his camera and brings a selection of pictures that show the mish mash of development in Birmingham.
Aviation enthusiasts descended on Birmingham last weekend for the final passenger flights of an iconic aeroplane. Steve Beauchampé reports.
Sir Albert Bore tells Committee that he wanted to see the contract published: “Sooner rather than later.”
With football violence film Green Street 3: Never Back Down released this week, here’s the interview we did in March with its star, Scott Adkins.
In the light of today’s Nobel Literature Prize award we reproduce Laurence Inman’s review of the winner’s Dear Life.
Bournville String Orchestra, The Ruddock Performing Arts Centre, King Edward’s School, Edgbaston Park Road, Edgbaston Saturday September 7th 2013 19:30
Gig Review: David Byrne/St. Vincent, Symphony Hall, Wednesday, August 28th 2013. The former Talking Head brings his latest project to Birmingham. Steve Beauchampé reports.
The Birmingham Press has experienced some tech issues over the last 10 days.
Nature lovers are being asked to check their gardens for tigers in a bid to help conservationists studying the effects of climate change on moth distribution.
The Jam House is welcoming Dr. Feelgood this Thursday 8 August for an evening of uplifting rock and roll.
The Drum Arts Centre Black History Month theme commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of what has been regarded, as the most iconic American speech of the 20th century
The head of a boutique architects practice reckons that the West Midlands is well on its way to becoming the next big ‘Grand Designs’ hotspot.
Southside businesses are being invited to dust off their watering cans and get expressive as part of the Southside ‘In Bloom’ competition which aims to beautify the area.
Birmingham’s innovative meeting and event space, thestudio, is offering its facilities to businesses for free during August.
Crest Nicholson will launch the first freehold new build houses to have been built in Birmingham city centre for more than two years
Alan Clawley highlights the strange machinations that have blighted parts of Birmingham city centre.
Following the successful re-launch of Fierce Festival in 2011 and 2012, the internationally acclaimed programme to celebrate its fifteenth anniversary in autumn 2013
A Worcestershire-based business is celebrating its 18th birthday by giving away £18,000 in a Willy Wonka-style golden key competition.
Birmingham Airport welcomed Air India’s Boeing 787-8 ‘Dreamliner’ into Birmingham last night as it operated its inaugural service from Amritsar and Delhi.
Young Coventry University female duo performing on Sunday 4 August to help celebrate the great 1960s female pop stars
A student from the University of Wolverhampton is celebrating after scooping an award at a prestigious sciences conference.
A West Midlands security specialist is celebrating its 5th anniversary in style by creating up to 60 jobs and achieving 100% year-on-year growth.