Our economics reporter, Sir Howard Elston, analyses the latest shock move by the government to rescue the UK from the hurricane of Euro fiscal disaster. The British Lion roared last night as it launched its latest campaign to buoy up sterling. In an effort to throw frogs’ legs into the face of the French and…
Andy Munro puts his passport away for another year
West Midlands Police have reported that bike crime is down by 50 per cent in Birmingham city centre on last year
Plans have been submitted for one of the country’s first Nature Improvement Areas for Birmingham and the Black Country.
Alan Clawley is confused by the actions of Birmingham City Council and its elected officers.
Andy Goff remembers the lies behind the invasion of Iraq and ponders on the “mission accomplished”
Age Concern Birmingham runs Birmingham Carers Centre and on 21st December it will be moving to its new home in Corporation Street.
Terry Wills has needed a couple of days to get over Albion’s defeat to Wigan
The nomination recognises the work of Set Designer Jon Bausor who designed the ambitious and sizeable set for The Lord of the Flies,
Up to 24,000 people with diabetes are dying each year from causes that could be avoided through better management of their condition.
Our science editor Howard Elston (RBI) gives us the latest in the shocking new development that will change our very lives- forever.
The Cellar Theatre is giving families across the region an opportunity to see exciting and fun filled theatre for free in these cash-strapped times.
A funky online design company based in Aston, was approached by X Factor stylists, to design three pairs of exclusive trainers for the all-girl group Little Mix
Big Lottery funding for veterans who wish to return to their battlegrounds is still available.
Folk, blues and a few tributes.
The last chance to see the best-known band that never became famous, for a start.
Flight attendant calls on the Advertising Standards Authority to ban demeaning Ryanair advertisement
American baseball’s biggest star has signed one of the largest athletic contracts ever in the States. Richard Lutz explains what it means
Dave Woodhall on three welcome points for Villa.
Andy Munro charts Blues’ progress in last week’s league games.
Howard Elston, our Westminster editor, files this shock report on Nick Clegg’s sudden decision that he will leave government this week
We talk to eighties synth king Howard Jones.
West Midlands Police have honoured many people who served the community during the August riots.
Alan Clawley sees what he sees, but doesn’t necessarily like the view…..
National Express West Midlands and Centro recently unveiled their new state of the art hybrid buses at Birmingham’s Botanical Gardens.
An exciting new local food market will begin this month at Twickenham Primary School in Kingstanding.
A cross-party group has written to BBC Director General Mark Thompson in the hope of obtaining more production activity in the region.
Queen Alexandra College celebrates another successful year with a visit from the Lord Mayor.
Terry Wills philosophises about events at the Hawthorns.
Brendan King on Wolves’ win at the weekend.