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.
Richard Lutz reviews an investigation into the changing face of our city landscape.
Labour offer strikers ‘bin bounty’ worth thousands to end industrial action.
Bernadette Jackson goes to the biggest party in town.
A guide to what the city’s planning to spend and save next year.
Claims that spending cuts will be “much worse” than original figures.
Airport to invest £500 million in ambitious growth plans.
Richard Lutz takes his pew at the Birmingham Hippodrome for dance with fire in its soul.
Political columnist Will Mapplebeck drops in on the Tory shindig in Birmingham.
Claim that council consultation responses comprehensively reject Labour Travel Tax plan on private vehicles.
Working together in Birmingham’s neighbourhoods – share your views.
Bank Holiday event aims to bring community together.
Richard Lutz reviews his past week.
Following yesterday’s storyabout a city centre park, environmental campaigners have issued a letter to the city.
Local initiative challenges Smithfield masterplan with alternative vision for city centre.
Pivotal 2018 to take over Jewellery Quarter in September.
Richard Lutz on the continuing story of the Moseley/Kings Heath rail link.
Value of city’s visitor economy reaches all-time high.
Birmingham Community Garden to be showcased at RHS Malvern Spring Festival.
Jim Tucker explains about a petition calling for a park in Birmingham City Centre.
Richard Lutz checks his biochemical past and gets lost in a late winter walk.
Permanent recognition from adopted home city for girl who shared Nobel Peace Prize.
It’s the return of the Great Kings Heath Easter Egg Hunt.
Housing to be key issue in election fight.
Richard Lutz takes his pew for the Canadian dance troupe.
Birmingham MPs call on Legal Aid Agency to reverse its refusal of Legal Aid to families of pub bombings victims.
Improvement Panel and Council to collaborate to tackle improvement challenges.
Birmingham needs a city centre park says Steve Beauchampé, not the thin strip of tree-lined greensward offered in the Smithfield development.