Richard Lutz reviews his past week.
Amanda Cook writes about the bitter experience of a snow-affected Stereophonics gig.
Does this year’s weather remind you of anything? Dave Woodhall thinks so.
As forecast, the heat on Monday was followed by brief but heavy thunder storms.
Sir David Attenborough is urging the public to take part in the world’s largest butterfly count to assess if species are recovering after their worst year on record.
This was the scene on Brighton beach at the weekend as an Azores High brought a welcome break in the drab weather that has beset the country for so long.
A decision by Walsall Council not to grit any roads on Saturday 23rd March has been described by Walsall’s Labour Group as “bizarre”.
“I have never been a weather-fetishist,” claims Laurence Inman.
After various washed-out and cancelled festivals, this year’s Association of Festival Organisers Conference plans to tackle the big issues of the Festival industry in three debates.
We ask our resident Weather Guru Sir Howie Elston for the answer
To mark the launch of Climate Week 2012 (12-18 Mar), mac birmingham will be screening The Age of Stupid
A health warning has been issued ahead of what promises to be another scorching weekend.
I’m not one to go on and on about Birmingham. Just like I was never one to go on and on about other cities I lived in
Recent gale-force winds led to the death of one man and severe disruption across the region.
A Twitter campaign started by the Wildlife Trust is helping save birds across the whole UK in the freezing weather.