There will be a chance to pay tribute to a doyen of the Birmingham music scene next month.
The sudden shutdown of all channels of Greece’s national broadcasting company by the Greek government is ‘unacceptable for an EU democracy’, says West Mids and Warks Lib Dem MEP Phil Bennion.
The Public will be hosting a special concert in memory of Black Country legend, poet and entertainer, Alfie, on 21st June.
In 2010 The World Monuments Fund added Dudley Zoo’s collection of 1930s concrete buildings to its ‘at risk’ register.
When is a law not a law? When it’s a motoring law, argues Dave Woodhall.
Lecturers and staff from the University of Wolverhampton’s will be taking science to people on the streets of the city centre as part of a celebration of science, engineering and technology.
Coventry University has been awarded a series of accolades in recognition of its green credentials
Midlands Co-operative has launched their first mobile phone app Midlands Co-operative Store Finder.
HOWARD ELSTON (DOA), our political reporter, interviews Tim Yeo as he steps down from a powerful select committee following revelations over his controversial links with energy lobbies.
Coventry and Warwickshire Aerospace Forum now boasts a turnover in excess of £100m and saw turnover grow by 15% last year and creating more jobs