Richard Lutz reports on a step forward in opening the Moseley/Kings Heath train line.
The sound of Brooklyn, New York coming to Kings Heath
Kings Heath’s Hare and Hounds was the venue last night for the first appearance in Birmingham of Police Dog Hogan
Here at last to satisfy the clamour of their Brummie fans, come Police Dog Hogan.
Moseley has been crowned as the best place in Britain for city living, according to the Sunday Times.
Ball helps community group.
King’s Heath Walk of Fame latest.
Fundraiser announced for music heritage appeal.
PR group appointed to boost suburb’s profile.
Kings Heath Walk of Fame honour for cycling legend.
Photographs and talk by Pogus Caesar on behalf of Friends of Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
A treasured local Nature Reserve is to be expanded to include a forgotten meadow area and new entrance that leads towards other nearby attractions.
Anniversary Celebration of first ever Birmingham concert in February.
Two bands to watch out for in November.
Find out more about your past at the weekend.
More Ritz celebrations.
Police continue to appeal for student death witnesses.
Plenty to see at Kings Heath venue.
Celebration planned for anniversary of city debut.
Good news for bees in Moseley.
Young Coventry University female duo performing on Sunday 4 August to help celebrate the great 1960s female pop stars
Open-to-all free Cuban Salsa dance class & demonstration, with Helen Calcutt
A free classical concert is being held this weekend to launch Birmingham’s first independent music school.
Midlands Co-operative food store on Swanshurst Lane in Moseley, Birmingham, celebrated its refurbishment with food tastings in their new-look store.
Laurence Inman has been studying the decline of the high street.
Once again Tammy Facey, our intrepid gastro-gnome, has been out in the field doing what she likes best. Here’s her report.
With the age of literary correspondence dying, it seems more important than ever to provide spaces of warmth and comfort in which writers can not only retreat
On the day when the Office for National Statistics revealed that in the 2011 Census, driving was the most common form of commuting to work Laurence Inman so wishes it could all be different
Birmingham City Council officials have put residents minds at rest by stating that their intention is no longer to sell off or lease the site
No long term future for swimming at Moseley Road Baths in Balsall Heath.