Howard Elston, our Westminster reporter, reveals vital new facts over the Cash for Access Row
Birmingham’s oldest concert venue has announced a new batch of forthcoming attractions.
There’s more to knitting than wooly jumpers, as NEC visitors are finding out
Alan Clawley is learning to manage the disappointments his dealings with Birmingham City Council engender.
City TV has attracted several business luminaries to its Interim Development Board in support of its application for Birmingham’s Local-Digital Television Programme Service.
Coventry University students are gearing up for a very different kind of racing challenge
Neil Rami, Chief Executive, Marketing Birmingham reflects on the impact of this week’s Budget on Birmingham’s potential to attract further inward investment.
Four members of staff from Birmingham Heartlands Hospital have been chosen to carry the Olympic flame in Coventry this summer.
Touchwood’s bi-annual Fashion Weekend is returning once again this March and the centre is inviting local residents to come along and join in the fun.
Two Solihull students are raising money and spending their summers volunteering in Northern Thailand
Dave Woodhall casts a jaundiced eye over police plans to crackdown on Olympic ticket touting.
Terry Wills reports on the New Alex production of Anne Boleyn
The first ever database of sporting statues in the UK has been compiled by academics at the University of Sheffield.
A free journey around Symphony Hall for Adventurous ears of all ages
Birmingham’s Glee Club has once again been named best Midlands comedy venue at the prestigious national Chortle Awards
Sleeping Beauty at Crescent Theatre is a hit for Midland Theatre Ballet
A recent clampdown has revealed that worryingly high numbers of Birmingham’s private hire drivers are acting illegally.
Ticket touts are being targeted by West Midlands Police as the force gears up for policing Olympic football matches at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena this summer.
Terry Wills on Albion’s game at Wigan and other matters.
Birmingham-based Zeshaan Ali expected his recent trip to Niger to be an “emotionally difficult journey”. He was right.
Local exhibitors featuring at Sewing for Pleasure and Fashion Embroidery & Stitch at Birmingham NEC this March!
The British Heart Foundation Acocks Green Furniture & Electrical Store was broken into last Thursday.
As the bodies of six UK soldiers are repatriated to Britain, Richard Lutz takes a look at a murderous tragedy where the Afghani dead are forgotten and the alleged killer cast as victim No sooner do they arrest the US soldier who slaughtered 16 Afghanis then the media propaganda war begins. And it isn’t subtle.…
The chief executive of Marketing Birmingham has called for the Chancellor to keep the UK competitive for investors in this week’s Budget.
Six local bands from across Birmingham and the Black Country have been selected to take part in one of the most eagerly awaited festivals to debut this year.
A Coventry University health expert is highlighting the importance of post-natal post traumatic stress disorder a condition suffered by some people who experience traumatic births.
Birmingham Sky Ride Local rides will take in routes across the city.
A Walsall man has personally thanked the postal worker who delivered him the gift of life from 3,000 miles away.
VolkerFitzpatrick and Colas named preferred joint venture contractors for the A45 Transport Corridor Improvement Scheme and the Runway Extension at Birmingham Airport
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