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.
Campaign aims to help parents deal with children and social media.
Young refugee ‘gives back’ by volunteering with charity project.
Lack of diversity amongst bosses risks damaging the economy and wider society.
Wide-ranging programme of attractions for community event.
Scouting group set for Symphony Hall date.
Environmentally-based competition for 16-25 year olds offers chance to be exhibited.
Outdoor performance for young musicians.
Fun for all as Mayor’s Community Weekend gets National Lottery backing.
Most vulnerable people in the city targeted in fire safety scheme.
Faiths unite to help Mayor tackle key issues.
Funding and development support prizes for wellbeing groups.
Help halt the harm criminal gangs cause in your community.
Praise for environmental and community impact.
Young Birmingham refugee wins Asian Women of Achievement Award.
Cinderella service improves residents’ living environment and helps recycling.
Breast cancer service benefits from community group fundraising.
Tributes paid to activists working with lonely and elderly.
Contemporary re-telling of A Dolls House examines mental health stigma.
Celebration of South Asian culture and history.
Friends aim to make building fit for future use.