Richard Lutz points to the films to watch this week on the box.
Young Birmingham artists in line for prestigious award.
Start-up specialists to offer bespoke service.
Norwegian Air and No1 Lounges partner to enhance travel from Birmingham.
Student painting in line for top award.
Bristnall Hall Academy students stage book launch.
75th anniversary celebrations announced.
Andy Munro on Blues’ win at Port Vale.
Charity offering HIV testing kits at Birmingham Caribbean Festival.
Further expansion planned for transport network.
Expansion planned following shop success.
Micro bar to open this week.
Funding package for the world’s third largest number plate manufacturer.
The Big Read aims to encourage interest in reading.
Call for improved transport infrastructure post-Brexit.
Bus tour to visit as city on course for record start-up figures.
Get involved in Summer Solved.
Final 2016 opportunity to raise funds for St Mary’s.
Clean and tidy award for Martineau Gardens.
Landmark collaboration between government and banks to create the UK’s biggest export directory.
Owen Smith – remind you of anybody? asks Steve Beauchampé.
Andy Munro watches Blues against Hibs.
Seven figure sum will help improve city air quality.
Dave Woodhall on Villa’s continued preparations for the forthcoming season.
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Richard Lutz reviews his past week: a rural idyll, heat and that man with Political Tourette’s Syndrome.
Richard Burden MP opens Smart Works Birmingham.
Championship chasers link up with medical research charity.
Old Rep production opens next week.
Major boost for region’s homes and businesses.