New rail funding to fast track innovation.
New theatre from Birmingham playwright debuts at Old Rep.
Staff volunteer to handle Red Nose Day calls.
Architects’ designs revealed for BIMM Institute.
Key projects showcased while panel discussions draw large crowds.
Home visitors tell how voluntary work has improved their personal lives.
Coming up at the legendary Bilston venue.
Dave Woodhall on Villa’s 2-0 win at Wigan.
Sir Howard Elston, scourge of the left, enemy of the right, answers the Big Question.
Andy Munro on Blues’ goalless draw with Newcastle.
Richard Lutz combs the smoking ruins of another seven days.
Will Mapplebeck looks at a disunited Kingdom.
Richard Lutz gets led into a bizarre twilight of half baked conspiracy theories at The Birmingham Rep that include Walt Disney, Justin Bieber and the CIA. Yes, really…
£1 billion boost to local economy from energy investment opportunities.
Lottery funding awarded to aid victims.
Technology challenge to improve rail passenger experiences.
Brooks Country House introduces vintage horseboxes as stylish glamping option.
Events range from discussions about HS2 to the launch of The Hub’s Growth & Investment Plan.
Agencies and local authorities to work together.
Delegates aim to deliver export success.
Midland Mencap hockey team in European Championships fundraiser.
Record passenger numbers using airport.
Steve Beauchampé considers the prospects for a Birmingham bid for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Plan outlines potential to add £4.1 billion GVA to local economy and create 77,500 new jobs.
Combined Investment Fund helps with £5.5 million investment.
Inspiration as part of National Apprenticeship Week.
Birmingham retains its position in Mercer’s global Quality of Living Index.
New scheme will be worth £350 million to the local economy.
Bringing together public sector and teaching leaders to develop new approaches.
Dave Woodhall looks at Villa’s week and the damage incurred.