Birmingham Friends of the Earth Bee Activity Day, Saturday 28 July
There is a Government scheme to insulate people’s homes to protect them from the cold and to save them money on their heating bills.
The glitz and glamour of show business is heading to Brindleyplace next month as the estate hosts its first ever outdoor film festival.
Birmingham student Jodie Anderson graduates this summer with a BA Honors in History from the University and has an exciting future ahead with a fully funded law conversion course and barrister training placement.
Oxford University is targeting state school students from Birmingham to help those considering applying for one of Oxford’s most competitive courses – Medicine.
Our security correspondent HOWARD ELSTON (OBE, DOA) unveils new plans to run Britain after The Olympics.
This summer holidays busy Mums, Dads and Grandparents are on the lookout for free activities to keep the kids active and amused.
Birmingham researcher shows net value of Polish entrepreneurship to the West Midlands economy.
Youngsters encouraged to get fit while having fun throughout the summer break
In the second of three articles about the ‘invisible middle’, Steve Beauchampé considers Birmingham’s involvement (or otherwise) in ‘the Great British summer’
The University of Birmingham hosted Choo Kyu-Ho, the Republic of Korea’s Ambassador to the United Kingdom, this week at its Edgbaston campus.
The city council’s aspiration for Birmingham to become one of the world’s leading green cities will be spearheaded by a Green Commission, officially launched yesterday.
A new website will bring to life a unique archive of rare photographs, letters, newspaper articles and other items celebrating Birmingham Repertory Theatre’s centenary.
If you are wondering what to do with children over the school holidays – as the heavens open and the downpour continues – then make your way to West Bromwich and visit The Public.
Only someone living on Mars for the last five years could fail to notice that alcohol consumption is increasing and that increased consumption (and availability) are leading to ever more serious problems.
Following the success of last year’s Summer School, Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre is offering two week-long Summer Schools during this year’s holidays for young people aged eight to sixteen to develop and share their theatre skills.
Top chefs Glynn Purnell and David Colcombe will be joining forces with Birmingham City Council and Visit Birmingham to bring the Love Food Hate Waste campaign to Birmingham Food Fest
Store manager spends 24 hours as a donkey for local charity
Here’s a few ideas to keep bored kids occupied.
We’ve heard of the ‘squeezed middle’, but has Birmingham and the wider region become the ‘invisible middle’, at least to Westminster? Steve Beauchampé reports.
A Community Garden and oasis for wildlife, in Edgbaston, has been recognised as one of the best community run green spaces in the country by winning a prestigious Green Flag Community Award today.
Turkish Airlines was celebrating success at the recent 2012 Skytrax World Airline Awards for the second year running, as passengers voted them as the best airline in Europe.
Birmingham Science Park-based Scout7 has acquired Open Source Factory – the developer of Xeatre.tv – for circa €1 million.
Legendary stand-up Alexei Sayle has announced his first UK tour for 16 years and included in the dates is an appearance at Birmingham’s Glee Club.
Win a pair of tickets to see Misha B perform live at the Black Exposure Live Concert 2012 at New Bingley Hall on Saturday August 4th 2012
Last week City TV invited local television bidders and consortia from across the UK to work together to develop economies of scale by collaborating on major elements of their respective local television applications.
Martin Mullaney was a LibDeb councillor until last May. He’s waging a campaign against the Labour administration’s claim that Birmingham finances were found to have a £21m hole in them when they came to power.
Screengrab: Richard Lutz checks out Sean Connery in a surveillance classic that started a major genre in Hollywood films
Music, poetry and storytelling coming to the wacky venue in Kings Heath
One of the Royal Navy’s P2000 patrol vessels, HMS Exploit, has been honoured with an invitation to act as ceremonial escort for the Olympic Flame.