Digbeth resident walking 100 miles for NHS charities.
Persimmon Homes donate to day centre.
670 Grams will offer an “unpretentious and accessible” menu.
Jo empowers an Erdington community response.
Jessica Harris rambles through a quiet but distinctly alive Birmingham.
Conservatives demand council and police act on growing menace.
HRH Prince of Wales presents historic establishment with prestigious honour.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for a classic performance at Symphony Hall.
Richard Lutz take his pew for a fanfare of classics.
More reasons than ever to visit Birmingham’s Creative Quarter.
Richard Lutz reports on a step forward in opening the Moseley/Kings Heath train line.
Joint Lib Dem and Conservative call for demolition plans to be scrapped.
Birmingham Conservatives demand Labour publish their secret transport plan.
Expansion and diversion for Birmingham craft brewery.
strong>Richard Lutz watches a classic ballet stunningly turned on its head.
Funding kickstarts construction of 26 housing units in Kings Heath.
First participants confirmed through the Birmingham Weekender in Digbeth Open Call.
Enjoy exclusive events, festivals and destinations ‘Only Here’ during summer and autumn.
Get ready for a weekend of free performances in Digbeth.
Council urged to explore different ways to reduce air pollution.
Advice course for sufferers to begin in Erdington.
Richard Lutz is reduced to writing about garbage.
Digbeth’s font will be available to anyone who lives and works in Digbeth.
Stephen Pennell looks over a photographic record of the coolest neighbourhood in Britain.
Richard Lutz watches dance fusion between east and west.
Richard Lutz grabs a barstool for a 3D version of the original Mother of Invention.
Jewellery Quarter-inspired Garden to feature at BBC Gardeners’ World Live/
Upwards of 90,000 people expected to attend Digbeth festivities.
Photography exhibition launches at the Custard Factory.
Final call for Digbeth Business Forum event attendees.