The University of Birmingham hosts Counsellor Shen Yang and three other representatives from the Education section at the Chinese Embassy, this week.
Laurence Inman continues his quest for a healthy body and, it seems, has found the one he would have liked: Percy Cerutty’s
Started your Christmas shopping yet?
Terry Wills explains why he was the only unhappy Albion supporter on Saturday.
Help is available for students who don’t know what to do next after receiving their GCSE results.
This autumn, mac birmingham has a rib-tickling line-up of comedians, guaranteed to put a smile on the grumpiest of faces; including Jo Caulfield, Hardeep Singh Kohli, Simon Munnery, and Mark Thomas.
Greater Birmingham & Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership is pioneering a new relationship between business and local regulators to help encourage economic growth.
Lichfield Players open their new season shortly with Tiptoe Through The Tombstones, a spoof thriller by Norman Robbins.
Award-winning comedian James Cook is leading a two day stand-up comedy course this September at the Midlands’ premier comedy club.
Wolverhampton Centre for the National Trust makes important donation to Light House’s fund-raising efforts
The newly independent Birmingham Jazz is putting its membership at the centre of its activities with its new autumn season.
Flash, formerly Queen on Fire, will be returning to The Public in West Bromwich on Saturday 15 September, after a sell out show in 2011.
Watch The Helicopter Quartet from Birmingham Opera’s sold out production of Stockhausen’s extraordinary opera Mittwoch live, exclusively on The Space
Students seeking a place at Coventry University since A-level results day have been more active than ever on Twitter according to the institution’s social media statistics.
A Birmingham-based motoring safety charity has published a new handbook that aims to increase driver confidence, comfort and courtesy.
Birmingham Comedy Festival returns this October with yet another great line-up of top comedy talent. Acts include John Bishop, Hairy Bikers, Seann Walsh,
The Midnight Beast, Charlie Murphy and punk poet John Cooper Clarke
Villa’s bright new future didn’t get off to the ideal start. Dave Woodhall reports.
Andy Munro reports on Blues’ first league game of the season.
‘Eclectic’ doesn’t begin to cover it.
And here’s his review
Alan Clawley fears that John Madin’s legacy is being obliterated from Birmingham’s architectural heritage
The National Youth Agency has launched a digital pack of materials in preparation for Youth Work Week 2012.
Gordon Harley’s thought for the weekend on honesty and happiness.
A mini-forest made of real trees and soil planted onto a converted canal hopper is due to travel the canals of Birmingham and the Black Country.
If you want to vote, make sure you’re registered.
Andy Munro reports on Blues’ Capital One Cup win.
The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra announced today that Andris Nelsons will be extending his contract with the CBSO on the basis of an annual rolling renewal from the 2014/15 season onwards.
The UK Independence Party (UKIP) is to stage its 2012 Annual Conference in Birmingham from 20 – 22 September.
25 US teenagers who were affected by the terrorist attacks of 9/11 are currently enjoying a special activity-packed tour of the UK.
A fun-filled dance workshop designed to teach young children about the world of Bhangra, will take place at The Public in West Bromwich on Saturday 25 August.