Richard Lutz ponders the last seven days of a mis-spent middle age.
Richard Lutz chases the Northern Lights off the coast of Norway.
Richard Lutz heads towards an edge of Britain rarely visited.
FEMI OYEBODE TRAVELS TO THE DEEP SOUTH OF THE US TO TAKE IN SOME GREAT MUSIC IN NEW ORLEANS AND BEYOND
Everyone has a Nowhere to get to. For RICHARD LUTZ, it is Macao
Trusting to their resourcefulness and the kindness of strangers they traveled the 874 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats to discover the real Britain.
In July 2013, two colleagues from the University of Birmingham will attempt the gruelling challenge of cycling from London to Paris in under four days
Sheilagh Matheson has returned from a month’s trip to Burma, travelling by bike, boat, bus, tut-tut, rickshaw, train and Honda 50
How is it going in Burma these days? Richard Lutz has spent most of March in this country, now re-named Myanmar
Solihull School is to take part in worldwide celebrations for the centenary of the great British composer Benjamin Britten.
Peter Smith from Solihull has presented The Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust with a cheque for £5,000.
Birmingham proposals aim to cut traffic problems
Turkish Airlines was celebrating success at the recent 2012 Skytrax World Airline Awards for the second year running, as passengers voted them as the best airline in Europe.
Two West Midlands companies are playing a key role in delivering a new “smart” transport scheme
Local transport chiefs will lobby Westminster in an attempt to get greater funding for the region’s railways
A luxury travel store in Solihull is celebrating after scooping ten prestigious travel awards
Half of all middle aged people in West Midlands consider retiring abroad
Dave Woodhall wonders, not for the first time, if we can’t all be a bit more grown-up.
The West Midlands Campaign for Better Transport have issued an invitation to ‘have your say’ in Birmingham at the forthcoming LibDem conference.
It’s been claimed today that proposed job cuts by train company London Midland will provide a poor impression of the region to visitors.
As the last Bank Holiday of the summer, this weekend is one of the busiest getaway weekends of the year.
A private charter company based in the Midlands has its fleet firmly off the ground, after celebrating its first 12 months since take off.
Visitor figures in Birmingham have continued to rise despite the economic picture.
Richard Lutz continues his trip through the United States and reports from the depths of the American South
Foreign governments should ensure that their travel advisories accurately reflect the status of the country in terms of safety and security.
Dave Woodhall’s been to Bonnie Scotland – and rather likes it.
Network Rail has published the West Midlands & Chilterns Route Utilisation Strategy (RUS) Draft document which is presently out for consultation and will influence the timetable for when the Moseley and Kings Heath railway stations will re-open.
Airline pilot campaigns to combat contaminated cabin air danger
A Birmingham airline pilot claims he was forced to abandon his career after being poisoned by in-flight toxic fumes which threaten the health of passengers and crew.