Customer experience and innovation awards for train company.
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.
Birmingham Airport has today published its response to the Airports Commission’s challenge to deliver aviation capacity in the long-term.
The UK’s largest Bee Summit aimed at tackling the causes of bee decline, will take place in London next Friday (28 June 2013), Friends of the Earth revealed today.
Birmingham is presenting a taste of its future conferencing and events offer to 5,000 visitors at the first ever Meetings Show UK
In exactly two months time the doors of Britain’s biggest beer festival will open, offering over 800 real ales, ciders and perries from the UK’s best producers to slake the thirst of over 55,000 beer lovers.
Four friends from the Black Country have completed a once in a lifetime challenge this weekend and raised over £6,500 for a local charity in the process.
British exports best served by a network of airports, not a London hub, says aviation chief
Solihull School students enjoyed a day of pure gold when they received their Duke of Edinburgh awards at St James’ Palace.
A Coventry PR firm has beaten off stiff competition from four London agencies to secure its biggest ever client win
After a successful Beta trial in Birmingham, homegrown mobile payments platform Droplet is celebrating its London launch with an event at the Apple Store
A Dudley-based manufacturer has tapped into the spirit of the Olympics to record its best ever year and is now setting its sights on a £2m turnover and the creation of new jobs.
A Coventry-based manufacturer has played a crucial role in creating a secure and safe environment for one of the world’s greatest sporting events.
Laurence Inman recalls his own ‘Gategate’ experience
The Great British Beer Festival, organised by CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, today opens its doors at London’s Olympia with the aim of reacquainting young people with their local community pub in the wake of damning new research.
Alan Clawley sees similarities in the celebrated Barbican in London and the seemingly doomed Central Library in Birmingham.
Birmingham is to join with other major provincial cities in seeking a fair deal from national government
A new report launched today shows Coventry University’s involvement in the UK’s Olympic and Paralympic Games contribution.
Martin Longley has made a pronouncement to the effect that The Allen Room boasts the best view from a New York City venue. It also plays host to some pretty hot music…
With scores of local paper titles disappearing and local radio stations increasingly becoming franchises of super brands, it’s been looking like the end of genuine local journalism for some time.
Live ‘hackgate’ debate to mark launch of new book on the state of British journalism
Public transport users in the region are finally able to use an easier way of buying tickets.
Football fans are being invited to take part in a live public debate on the long-term impact of the Premier League later this month
The European Investment Bank has agreed to provide £150m of long-term funding to Vattenfall for the Thanet Offshore Wind Farm.
In a survey conducted amongst its members, the European Tour Operators Association has discovered that a major slump in leisure tourism bookings is underway.
Some of the individual cancellations are now rebooking. London remains safe for tourists.
Sheilagh Matheson finds a huge gap between the two Britains as she travels home to Tyneside from a riot torn capital The 42nd floor of the NatWest Tower in London is a champagne bar called Vertigo, entry by reservation only, breath-taking views. It’s early evening and small groups of 20-30 year olds chat and laugh, sipping…
The European Tour Operators Association (ETOA) has just put out the following statement about the riots in London.