Richard Lutz sums up another whacko week.
Richard Lutz continues to scratch his head over a right Irish stew.
Aer Lingus Regional has started services to Birmingham with the launch of its first flight from Dublin to Birmingham.
Work experience with a twist was showcased to city leaders thanks to four Wolverhampton apprentices who took part in a cultural exchange.
Laurence Inman’s acerbic commentary on the late Baroness Thatcher
A Sedgley waitress is going back to her Irish family roots after serving an apprenticeship, which landed her on a cultural exchange programme.
OUR International reporter Sir HOWARD ELSTON, with news from the Irish front
A group of 20 apprentices from the Black Country are gearing up to work in Ireland as part of a cultural exchange.
Martin Longley’s quaff-of-choice certainly ain’t Guinness, but he still ventured across the waves to drink in the Cork Jazz Festival…
Dublin’s award winning Abbey Theatre brings their outstanding production of The Plough and the Stars to Birmingham’s Old Rep Theatre from 9 to 13 October.
Fans of Irish literature will be interested in a play that’s coming to Birmingham
On 17 March 2012, Sandwell Irish Society will be hosting a special St Patrick’s Celebration Day at West Bromwich arts centre, The Public.
Tony Lennox, editor of Warwickshire Life, shares a personal connection to a dark chapter in history.
Two financial stories that are guaranteed to have your brains explode through your forehead… Richard Lutz is not impressed.