A Worcestershire-based business is celebrating its 18th birthday by giving away £18,000 in a Willy Wonka-style golden key competition.
Young people join ‘gangs’ in response to a multitude of hardships and the role of the family should not be exaggerated or stigmatised, says a team of criminologists at London Metropolitan University.
Coventry University has received official recognition for the role that it plays in helping to promote its city as a culturally harmonious place.
Hundreds of community members joined forces at The Public yesterday to demonstrate their support for the West Bromwich arts centre
Volunteers recently helped rejuvenate a garden for pupils at Broadmeadow Junior School in Kings Norton.
Over 1000 employees from across the West Midlands swapped their usual job at work for a day giving something back to their local community and schools recently.
The University of Wolverhampton has been working to provide underprivileged students the opportunity to learn and develop English skills.
In the week that saw British Airways lose a case over someone wishing to wear a crucifix at work, Gordon Harley takes issue with external emblems of belief.
The revolutionary, documentary style film, Cathy Come Home, directed by one of Britain’s most critically acclaimed film-makers, Ken Loach, is showing at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts on Saturday 10 November 2012.
The EDL visited Walsall on Saturday, with predictable consequences.
Police in Walsall have moved to reassure residents ahead of Saturday’s demonstration.
Jane Evans, a specialist domestic violence parenting expert, is bringing her Tuning In Beyond Trauma training to Birmingham in December.
Equality and Human Rights Commissioner, Dr Jean Irvine OBE will lead a line-up of speakers at a conference in Coventry later this month
A councillor is demanding to know what has happened to almost £3 million in grants for new homes after it emerged only 17 houses were built
The first offering on matters spiritual from Birmingham Press reader Gordon Harley
The Charity Commission is inviting charities, trustees and advisors to attend its next public meeting
A new report has made recommendations aimed at reducing crime and improving community involvement. Dave Woodhall believes it may have the opposite effect.