Richard Lutz reports on a £20 million shortfall for the reopening of the Camp Hill rail line.
Black Country takes another step toward leading a clean growth revolution.
Alucast’s move to lightweighting wins mayoral approval.
Region’s business owners come together with mayor to seek government help.
Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street and Liam Byrne MP to meet audience.
Shopping list for government aid from Birmingham’s hospitality sector.
£150,000 SITR investment helps Gro-Organic sow the seeds of growth.
120 jobs to be created in green transport scheme.
Cycling and walking to be prescribed by healthcare professionals.
“We are not going far enough, fast enough” – claim.
Major University station upgrade will boost economy and improve journeys for passengers.<
Andy Munro has a bit of a moan.
Government urged to allow early reopening of tourism, hospitality and cultural sector.
Erdington High Street FHSF business case set to be approved for submission
Mayor helps collection as £85,000 raised.
Region’s senior leaders attend MIPIM Asia and Hong Kong Science Park.
Leading the way with new electric bus fleet.
Mayor to visit Access Project at Holte School for partnership launch.
Andy Street announced as patron for Save Acorns Black Country Hospice Appeal.
Liam Byrne unveils plan to make homelessness history, endorsed by leading homelessness campaigners.
Document to stress importance of regional investment.
Long-established festival gets underway.
Mayor missing opportunity for West Midlands “to lead Green Industrial Revolution” – claim.
Cure Leukaemia campaigning to be put out of business.
LGBTI community ‘come out’ to break bread with concerned parents.
West Midlands Rail Executive reveals images of a future “world class” Birmingham Moor Street station.
Industry leaders and politicians show how HS2 will join up Britain.
Airport to invest £500 million in ambitious growth plans.
Trade mission aims to build on vital routes from Birmingham to India.
New film showcases economic successes across Greater Birmingham and Solihull.