Simon Hale has A Night to Remember.
Parade to launch tenth anniversary festivities.
Aer Lingus Regional to recommence Birmingham-Shannon flights.
Richard Lutz scribbles an election Letter to America
Midlands companies chosen to present extracts and new ideas as part of a one day festival of fresh new theatre.
News that Military Police are now routinely patrolling an area of Birmingham gives Dave Woodhall concerns for the future.
Moves follows “damning” survey findings.
Art workshop for specialist school.
Richard Lutz checks out the gems hidden in the dross of movies on the box this week.
First of three Spanish Routes launched.
Link-up to present city centre jazz on Sunday afternoons.
Fundraising event to help victims.
Heritage play takes place on Sunday.
Ride organisers highlight the importance of road safety.
Owl-linked arts project set to soar.
Michelle Hatcher writes about a new festival in Warwickshire.
Would-be cyclists have just days left to apply for the next stage of a free bike giveaway in Birmingham.
Police take to the public transport network in a high-profile operation targeting anti-social behaviour.
Walsall spice company running charity showcase and supper club.
Glynn Purnell and Gregg Wallace cook up a Friday night feed with a difference.
Exhibition traces area’s cultural heritage.
Further success for Midland finance company.
A fan of Cabaret Voltaire, Tuung or John Foxx? Then you will be lassoed by Wrangler, Martin Longley guarantees.
Some legendary names will be taking to the stage.
Terry Wills looks back at Albion’s game with Manchester City.
Sir Howard Elston, our man with the remote control, gives you a rundown of today’s pomp and circumstance.
Mondelēz International gives GCSE students a Taste of Work.
Who is the greenest candidate of them all?
Alan Clawley reports on the timescale for Paradise Circus redevelopment.
Martin Longley could barely scribble fast enough to track this prime Balkan gypsy posse.