Remembrance Day service details announced.
Partners working together on city’s Christmas safety.
“Impressive” university hailed as further investment promised.
Richard Lutz harvests the last remnants of the past week.
The government chose Birmingham because it offered a low risk, low cost Games fit for post-Brexit Britain says Steve Beauchampé.
Opportunity for property developers to work with council.
200 day countdown begins for IAAF World Indoor Championships Birmingham 2018.
City council looks to transform former markets site.
Revellers help the city cash in after dark.
68 per cent of Brummies say community feel and diversity is makes city a great place to live.
Plans announced for city private hire ratings scheme.
Renowned business consultant Sally McNamara explains what the city centre has to offer.
Report praises area as ideal for young creatives.
A master of song is awarded a special place in the city, writes Richard Lutz.
95% of venues identified for Birmingham 2022 already built.
Work is “a matter of urgency” – council leader.
As Birmingham steps up its attempt to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games, Steering Group Chair Ian Ward talks with Steve Beauchampé.
Cycling initiative praised for environmental impact.
Families invited to add self-portraits to community archive.
Annual event set to bring community together.
Council schemes praised for providing jobs and housing.
It was fifty years ago today, trumpets Richard Lutz, as he re-lives that great album.
Richard Lutz wrestles with the wreckage of another week.
Stephen Pennell goes to a special party.
Birmingham business base continues to expand.
Richard Lutz joins the throng to listen to the six candidates for West Midlands mayor.
City ready to step in to replace Durban as hosts.
Local photographers invited to dig out their cameras this spring.
Richard Lutz painstakingly looks back in anguish at the week that was and a spring that will be.
Commonwealth Games bid timescale announced.