Next month, writes Richard Lutz, Network Rail takes a firm step towards re-opening train services through Moseley and Kings Heath
Moseley has been crowned as the best place in Britain for city living, according to the Sunday Times.
Good news for bees in Moseley.
Open-to-all free Cuban Salsa dance class & demonstration, with Helen Calcutt
With the age of literary correspondence dying, it seems more important than ever to provide spaces of warmth and comfort in which writers can not only retreat
Birmingham City Council officials have put residents minds at rest by stating that their intention is no longer to sell off or lease the site
There might be no Glastonbury this summer, but Moseley is doing its best to compensate
The full line-up for the one of Britain’s top new festivals has been announced.
Moseley Farmers’ Market on the outskirts of Birmingham has been named the 2012 UK Farmers’ Market of the Year
The countdown has begun to one of the country’s most promising new festivals of recent years.
The Golden Lion, a former Deritend public house, has been languishing in Cannon Hill Park since it was moved to make way for a dual carriageway.
One of the best new festivals of recent years is set to launch its line-up for next year.
Birmingham United Nations Association invite guests to attend a talk on press freedom.
As the six-week school summer holidays start a group of frustrated parents and children descended on Moseley Road
One of the country’s top folk festivals, now in its sixth year, have announced their star attractions
Here’s the full line-up for July’s Mostly Jazz Festival.
A proposed new development in Moseley may threaten the existence of one of the area’s best-loved landmarks. Dave Woodhall reports on a new twist to an old saga. The perennial conflict between developers and old-established entertainment venues in Birmingham has moved into the suburbs following the decision to allow developers Crosby Lend Lease to build in the centre…
The bedeviled plan to shut down Moseley’s Wake Green Surgery and move it to the former Meteor Ford site may inch forward this week.
Moseley and Kings Heath Councillor Martin Mullaney is publicising a consultation exercise that has now begun to find out whether local residents and traders would support the installation of a CCTV system in Moseley shopping centre.