Programme to generate more than £650 million in investment and create over 1,000 jobs.
West Midlands residents offered exclusive access to Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games tickets.
Local public transport included in Birmingham 2022 tickets as plans for greenest-ever Games revealed.
City community groups can now apply for grants to deliver creative projects.
Schedule released for biggest-ever Commonwealth Games sports programme.
Minister for Sport inspects progress at Sandwell Aquatics Centre.
Stars of grassroots sport in the West Midlands highlighted.
World champion “super excited to have crowds back in athletics”.
Works to rebuild two Birmingham railway stations for Commonwealth Games are underway.
£1 million awarded by Spirit of 2012 to deliver ground-breaking mass participation dance programme.
“A real light at the end of the tunnel” after lockdown.
New images released to show proposed redevelopment plans.
Stars of West Midlands community sport wanted to be the faces of new campaign.
Search for candidates to fill the first roles has begun.
“Embarassing”claims as pandemic blamed for soaring budget.
Crucial design stage reached for major connectivity project.
Dinner With Strangers aims to bring people together to share lockdown experiences.
Dave Woodhall pays tribute to writer, broadcaster, campaigner and long-time friend Steve Beauchampe.
Longines and Commonwealth Games Federation agree historic partnership.
The race is on to find the Community Champions of Birmingham.
Local contractors key to boosting economic benefits of major sporting events, says new research.
Organisers share vision of a Games for Everyone.
Games for Everyone to be the key for memorable event.
Sandwell businessman Alan Taylor writes about the opportunities the Games will present for his area.
City council hears plans to build on Games’ legacy.
Station upgrades planned to welcome the Commonwealth.
Visit to coincide with the Gold Coast 2018 closing ceremony.
Spoken word artist confirmed as part of the Birmingham 2022 handover line-up.
WMCA agree to make funding available ahead of 2022.
The government chose Birmingham because it offered a low risk, low cost Games fit for post-Brexit Britain says Steve Beauchampé.