Andy Munro looks at the current situation at St Andrews.
This year’s National British-Pakistani Conference featured an address on education and empowerment by Ziauddin Yousafzai, whose daughter Malala was shot by the Taliban
Imagine being granted exclusive access to the workings of an extraordinary, charismatic and deeply sinister mind…
Girls at Aldridge School are celebrating after netting a top place in the UK for the third year running.
Live musical experiences in schools, in Symphony Hall and a road safety concert are ensuring that thousands of children experience music like never before.
TR Fleet and Specsavers link to promote safer driver
Birmingham-based creative arts company PUNCH have announced their inaugural Soul Acoustic tour, to take place across the UK in June 2013
The Faculty of Engineering and Computing at Coventry University held its first annual open day for business on Wednesday this week.
Birmingham-based technology business Droplet marked its London launch in style by announcing it has sealed the backing of two major retailers.
Artrix is building up a reputation for staging gigs by some of the leading performers on the folk scene
Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre will spring into Spring with a week of drama, dance and music in March, leading with a combination of drama and circus in The Arrival
John Chubb won’t be vaulting over to Cyprus any time soon.
The University of Wolverhampton is to launch a new regional office in Oman to build partnerships in the region and provide information and advice for potential students
Birmingham Airport was the UK’s most punctual airport in the last quarter of 2012, with 85% of scheduled flights and 84% of charter flights operating on time
Local housebuilder, Walton Homes, will be opening the doors to two brand new residential developments this weekend
Meriden based creative agency Cogent Elliott has developed a new campaign for the AGA Total Control cooker
A West Midlands school has opened today as an academy under a new trust led by the University of Wolverhampton Social Enterprises Ltd.
Meet Birmingham is ensuring that its event visitors will get the most out of the city’s new transport links and facilities by enhancing its support package for organisers and delegates.
How is it going in Burma these days? Richard Lutz has spent most of March in this country, now re-named Myanmar
Lovers of sweet soul music will be interested in a couple of upcoming dates.
Here’s a round up of some reactions to today’s budget speech by George Osborne
Top modelling scouts from Miss England will be in Birmingham this weekend looking for glamorous girls to represent the city.
Laurence Inman likes a good moan from time to time. He’s on form here.
Kali Theatre is presenting Jabine Chaudri’s absorbing and fast moving new play, My Daughter’s Trial
Imagine the tone of Robin Trower, the influence of Steve Ray Vaughan, the energy of Jo Bonamassa, the intensity of Walter Trout and the haunting vocals of Stevie Nicks – that is Chantel.
Three budding David Baileys have won a local photography competition for their stunning water-themed images of the city.
Jane Austen costumes featuring at Fashion Embroidery & Stitch at NEC, Birmingham
There’s only been one talking point at the Hawthorns this week, and Terry Wills comments on it.
The idea is simple: take Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler, rename it Heather Gardner and slap it down in the pre- Beatles ’60s Birmingham.
New Heights Community Project in Kingstanding, Birmingham is the latest winner of Prime Minister David Cameron’s Big Society Award.