Great Charles Street development shows state-of-the-art covid-eliminating lighting.
£20,000 to be raised to bring back creativity to schools.
Applications open shortly for black business owners to access business and financial support.
Eligible groups urged to get vaccinated.
A guide to making the most of the pandemic.
Richard Lutz recovers. Slowly ……
“Without action, there is no future for charities.”
Lordswood Girls’ School spends £72,000 on Covid security.
Shopping list for government aid from Birmingham’s hospitality sector.
LoveBrum runners help appeal smash £30,000 mark.
World’s largest randomised plasma trial for COVID-19 expands.
Support comes as charity launches the Crimestoppers COVID Fraud Hotline.
West Midlands workers facing job losses due to pandemic benefit from pilot project.
Cicelo Italian ready to welcome customers again.
Andy Munro attempts a download, with less than hilarious consequences.
Richard Lutz goes for a lockdown stroll.
Crescent plans socially distanced Cinderella for Christmas.
Natalka Antoniuk talks about the crisis in the events industry.
Scheme aims to protect thousands of jobs at risk from Covid-19.
Will Mapplebeck and a night on the Toon./strong>
The Rep announces postponement of Nativity! The Musical.
Richard Lutz on seven days of shambolic politics.
Covid forces reduction in rail timetable.
Richard Lutz finds a pensioner willing to tool up during lockdown.
Charity head Tina Costello writes about community needs in a crisis.
Evolve grows to become city’s first wellbeing café.
Recognition for Covid-19 support effort in the community.
Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital Charity benefits from NHS challenge.
“Birmingham cannot be regarded as a Covid hotspot,” says visiting professor John Clancy.
Help for community groups during lockdown.