Richard Lutz goes for a lockdown stroll.
Claim by Birmingham MP.
Competition winners revealed.
Festive fun in new shopping area.
This week Laurence Inman is in an arboreal mood.
Pupils from St Columba’s Catholic Primary School received a lesson in site safety from local housebuilder St. Modwen Homes;
St. Modwen has submitted a planning application for a new phase of housing in Longbridge, Birmingham.
Construction is now underway on the latest phase of homes to be built on the former MG Rover factory in Longbridge, near Birmingham.
John West writes more on the failure of Birmingham’s burghers to capitalise on the potential of a Midlands film industry.
A design team, based in Longbridge, wins a European electronics industry accolade at the Elektra Awards 2011
The West Midlands’ relationship with China is set to receive a further boost following the landmark agreement between Coventry University and SAIC.
Two Chinese faces peep out from the front pages of the papers this week: Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and activist Ai Weiwei.
Dave Woodhall raises a few points he would like brought up when Chinese leader Wen Jiabao comes to town
It has been announced that Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao will begin the UK leg of his forthcoming European visit in the city
Richard Lutz laments the supine decision to allow the former Rover bosses to walk away from a disaster they created
The first new MG model since 1995 has entered production at Longbridge.
Amongst the seemingly non-stop economic gloom there’s been at least one positive news story this week with the launch of another new car to be made at Longbridge.