Walsall Labour claim the Government’s latest figures for unemployment in Walsall massively underestimate the number of people without work
Alan Clawley writes on the legacy left by Birmingham architect John Madin who died this month.
Artworks celebrate Stirchley’s history and point to the making of new prosperity : January – April 2012
Warwick Arts Centre have announced an interesting collaboration of musicians for next month.
The latest from two city centre venues.
The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and The Black Country is looking for primary schools across the Black Country to get involved with Yellow Fish
“A major step forward for American Travel & Tourism” – A lesson for the UK?
Howie Elston, our boy in Hollywood, takes a peek at the top movies that could win an Oscar. Newsflash from California’s sun kissed coast: As I sit here with my triple White Russian and a handful of tortilla chips, news drops of the frontrunners for the Oscars- a night that all (who are invited) will…
Terry Wills on Albion’s week.
The Birmingham Green Restaurant Awards for 2012 have been launched.
Details have been announced for Birmingham’s commemoration of Holocaust Memorial Day
Richard Lutz sits down to a real corker at the University of Warwick Arts Centre
Rehearsals are gathering speed for Lichfield Players’ production of Lords and Ladies, Irana Brown’s adaptation of the fantasy novel by Terry Pratchett.
Coventry University invites West Midlands businesses to an Open Innovation Masterclass
British Heart Foundation is offering lessons in ‘stayin alive’ this Friday at Solihull’s Mell Square.
Wolves got a good point at White Hart Lane on Saturday. Brendan King reflects on both the game, and a warning from history.
The idea of standing at Premier League games is once more in the news. Dave Woodhall argues the case for.
Police are asking for help as they investigate a recent crash.
Work is set to begin on transforming an inner-city nature area.
“Don’t Go into the Cellar!” is holding auditions for West Midlands-based actors and actresses at Birmingham’s Central Library Theatre
An imaginary scene from; ‘Yes Prime Minister.’
They say it’s good to talk – and this week marks the sixth anniversary that Coventry University has been welcoming high profile speakers through its doors
Dave Woodhall watches Villa yet again fail to hold onto a lead.
Andy Munro watches Blues win at Millwall from the safety of his own home.
Tributes, fund-raising and a couple of chances to be a star.
Howard McElston, our North of Carlisle reporter, puts down his claymore to tell us about developments in Tartanonia.
Tony Lennox, editor of Warwickshire Life, shares a personal connection to a dark chapter in history.
Andy Munro’s been waiting a long time to use that headline…
A series of fascinating photographs exploring the non-competitive sport of Parkour, launches at The Public on 27 January.
The Court of Appeal will today hear the Government’s challenge to last month’s High Court ruling that its solar subsidy cuts are illegal.