Walsall’s Labour group claim that after, what they describe as, three years of failed promises and unsuccessful negotiations, Walsall Council has committed £8 million to a flagship retail project with less than 24 hours notice.
Stage 1 of the £598m New Street Station redevelopment opened last week. The Birmingham press were impressed, the Birmingham Press wasn’t. Steve Beauchampé reports.
Leaders from some of Europe’s largest companies will be gathering in Birmingham to discuss the role that open innovation and collaboration can play in boosting the economy
My Time CIC, a social enterprise owned by service users in inner city Birmingham, has helped thousands of people overcome mental health issues by offering a variety of learning opportunities.
A unique and exciting children’s adventure is set to launch from Birmingham Airport this summer to give the thousands of youngsters jetting off on holiday an engaging and fun experience at the Airport before they fly.
Work experience with a twist was showcased to city leaders thanks to four Wolverhampton apprentices who took part in a cultural exchange.
As part of the celebrated Bromsgrove festival, Timothy West will be appearing with the Pavao Quartet to present Intimate Letters
Harnessing Birmingham’s rising global profile could help areas across the Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership’s patch to boost their reputation internationally
Two students who met while studying at Coventry University have collaborated on a new theatre production to be presented during the university’s SPECTRUM 2013 Performing Arts Festival.
The construction of its new 110,000 sq. ft state-of-the-art maintenance facility, at Birmingham Airport in the UK
Company set up to help growing companies access financial support to fuel growth through expansion plans and business development
Professional Grumpy Old Woman, writer and panto star; Jenny Éclair will be performing at The Public this June with her brand new show, Eclarious.
A prestigious international choral collaboration to celebrate the centenary of a great British composer has reached a climax at Solihull School.
Birmingham-based building services provider J S Wright has proved that it’s the best in the business.
After months of fierce competition, nominations have now closed for the inaugural British Indian Awards presented by the award-winning accountancy firm BDO LLP.
A University of Wolverhampton student has been appointed to a national body focused on tackling cyber-crime.
Is news about something that has happened, asks Richard Lutz