£30 million residential development plans approved.
Touchwood book to aid charity.
Anniversary marked by expansion.
Three-piece ensemble to set new mark.
Richard Lutz returns to the tube and checks out this week’s top movies on the box.
Film festival set to drive into Kidderminster.
Daring Katy went to new heights skydiving for Canine Partners.
Terry Wills on Albion’s start to the season.
Martin Longley reports, as Frisco’s Tubes bring stack-heels and leather helmets back to Bilston.
Alan Clawley reports on a Brutalist success story.
Local designer to open in prestige development.
Dave Woodhall on Villa and the predictable.
Under Corbyn the haves will have a little less and the have nots will have a little hope, writes Steve Beauchampé.
Andy Munro is more impressed with Blues than with opponents Burnley.
Steve Beauchampé watches a group of frisky old jazz stagers rump their lump at Birmingham’s hottest drinking stump.
Martin Longley wrestles through the crowd at the latest home turf gig by The Destroyers.
Enjoy yourselves and stay safe – message.
Terry Wills watches a host of future musical stars.
Residents are having their say on how they want to improve their neighbourhood.
“Stand up for the community” call over staff payment.
Million passenger barrier broken.
Art exhibition for Coffin Works.
Includes international names, breaking talent awards and special events.
An important figure in 1970s Ethiopian music sounded hyper-current in Coventry, proclaims Martin Longley.
New Alexandra Theatre Stage Experience presents 42nd Street.
Stourbridge date for the ‘Welsh Springsteen’.
Midland Air Ambulance paramedics to run half-marathon.
25th anniversary marked by creation of iconic landscape.
CBSO Chorus swaps Birmingham for Mexico.
The Old Crow Medicine Show founder goes solo, and Martin Longley catches him pickin’ banjo in Kings Heath.