Acclaimed authors and creatives set to inspire BAME writers through Birmingham workshop series.
Event aims to engage with city’s young people.
Project celebrates diverse nature of the city.
Social group launched for recently bereaved lonely people in Birmingham.
Rolfe Street to feature in Heritage Open Days line-up.
Rail company helps local artists in summer school programme.
Parents less likely to donate child’s organs, new figures show.
New partnership to improve opportunities for social enterprises.
Calls for “fulfilling future” for thousands at risk of isolation in Birmingham.
A comment piece by West Midlands Mayor, Andy Street.
Working together in Birmingham’s neighbourhoods – share your views.
Bank Holiday event aims to bring community together.
Local social entrepreneur Bhavesh Patel puts his story on the map.
Organ donation adverts take over Birmingham for British Transplant Games.
Support builds as Wolverhampton’s cultural hub faces fight for survival.
Older residents in Birmingham invited to join new socials in M&S cafe.
Following yesterday’s storyabout a city centre park, environmental campaigners have issued a letter to the city.
Warning about Light House’s future as venue celebrates.
Sir David Attenborough calls on West Midlands to help Big Butterfly Count.
Bob Haywood writes about his revived football career.
Richard Lutz reports on a city artist who portrays his hometown through the telling eye of a monochrome lens
Enterprise Rent-A-Car donates £6,000 to West Midlands Homelessness Task Force.
Birmingham pupils showcase their passion for healthy eating, cooking and growing.
Call for more public support after record year for emergency organisation.
West Midlands Railway to provide travel and help raise organ donor awareness.
Black Country LEP encourages local businesses to get involved.
Helping young people develop skills and encouraging business ideas.
Assistance sent in response to DIY SOS call.
Scheme to help disadvantaged into work given the go-ahead.
Bollywood fitness classes bring “life-changing” results to Birmingham’s isolated.