Help and advice for pensioners using public transport.
A series of summer and autumn events – including a run-past by the Olympic Torch – will showcase and celebrate co-operative enterprises in the West Midlands during the 2012 International Year of Co-operatives.
For one night next week students from Wolverhampton, Dudley and Stourbridge will get their very own academic event thanks to Oriel College, Oxford – with an Olympic twist.
He’s one of the most over-the-top characters on television and he’s coming to one of Birmingham’s most popular nightspots.
The Friends of the Central Library are gathering signatures for their petition to save the John Madin designed Central Library in Birmingham
Warwick Arts Centre have announced their summer film series, including some whip-smart comedies guaranteed to make you forget the lousy weather.
A celebration of Andy Hamilton’s life, a bit of Wagner, Zappa, John Shuttleworth and Paul Carrack – how eclectic is that?
Director Greg Doran spent some time in South Africa and while there an actor told him: ‘Julius Caesar is Shakespeare’s African play.’
Twickenham Primary School in Kingstanding is holding a Summer Fayre with a difference next Monday
Companies in the West Midlands are being urged to show that ‘Business is Good for Britain’ by taking part in one of the nation’s leading Awards.
For the first time ever Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre has been working with members of Coventry’s 50+ communities to create a brand new production called Shine On
Our financial editor Sir Howard Elston (OBE) lifts the lid in the Carr for Cash Fiasco and catches up with the jokester to find out what he has to say.
Leading Coventry business recovery specialist, Cranfield, is inspiring other local companies to come together to support the regions involvement in the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Jessica Bromley, a leading GB table tennis player ranked number two in the UK Special Olympics, was at The Public yesterday to officially launch the Art of Motion
One of the UK’s leading industrialists helped a Birmingham precision component manufacturer mark its largest ever investment yesterday.
The Greater Birmingham & Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership is to take part in a groundbreaking project looking at the support available for mid-sized businesses.
A new power management project has saved Coventry University over £2,000 during its first month
Privatisation of our police services: It is a scheme the Coalition government is pushing for with the first stages set to be rolled out in the West Midlands and Surrey as early as February 2013.
A celebration of the life and work of legendary Jamaican-British jazz musician and community figurehead Andy Hamilton MBE is to take place at Symphony Hall on Tuesday 26th June at 2.30pm.
Richard III Royal Shakespeare Theatre Stratford on Avon from Richard Lutz You can’t separate history from art. When Shakespeare wrote Richard III in about 1592, he was always looking over his shoulder- or rather above his shoulder- at what the monarch and her cronies thought. It had to be that way. Otherwise your…
Brindleyplace will be bringing all things hot and spicy to the city with the second annual Birmingham Chilli Festival on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th July.
The Midlands created more employment from foreign direct investment (FDI) than any other region in the UK 2011, according to Ernst & Young’s latest UK Attractiveness Survey.
With the Eurozone crumbling and billions being allocated to bank bailouts, financial stability might seem out of reach.
Alan Clawley with the background story of Birmingham’s Central Library building, proposals for its retention and details of a new petition to save it.
Al Lewis is a singer-songwriter from North Wales whose sound is reminiscent of the classic singer-songwriters of the ’70s delivered with a modern twist.
Tammy Facey has been out and about getting reacquainted with shopping in Birmingham
Filthy Monkey are launching a new and unique style of clubbing which they claim is designed to bring the fun back into going out.
Ammalife, the medical charity officially backed by this site, has produced its own video to show the work it carries out around the world.
On Saturday 30 June fans of Frank Sinatra will be in for a treat as a tribute to the great American idol heads to The Public in West Bromwich.
Museum’s volunteering programme has been recognised as a leader in its field.