‘Bag tax’ profits donated to community scheme.
Is the dominance of the big guy numbered? Alan Clawley hopes so.
Appeal for contributions during peak demand season.
Gurvinder Sidhu of the FareShare charity writes about their recent initiative.
Did you enjoy Black Friday? Dave Woodhall certainly didn’t.
The Public has teamed up with Tesco to unveil a dedicated exhibition stand designed to provide information and updates on the New Square scheme in its foyer.
Residents and councillors of Moseley in Birmingham formed a ring of hands to prevent the destruction of a 150 year old tree.
There’s a power struggle going on in Stirchley, the up-and-coming suburb of South Birmingham that many people are touting as ‘the new Kings Heath’
Saturday, September 3rd affords what is expected to be the last opportunity for the public to see inside the 100-year old Bournville Lane Baths.
In light of a recent comment, Steve Beauchampé wonders if the Prime Minister has double standards
Our recent story about proposed developments at Acocks Green has drawn a reply from local campaigner Julie Larden
Proposed new legislation, which will change the way planning applications are considered, will hopefully allow communities a greater say in how their high streets are redeveloped.