Dave Woodhall on Villa’s 2-2 draw with Preston.
Appeal to save football pitches from housing development.
Joint project with the British Library wins funding for South Asian project.
Howard Elson reports.
Richard Lutz highlights a book about a Birmingham neighbourhood that continually changes and refuses to die.
City council backs green-up campaign.
WMNow messaging service launched by West Midlands Police.
Richard Lutz contemplates what’s on offer inside a US marijuana shop.
Writer Satinder Chohan talks ahead of her new play, Made in India, which will premiere later this month.
Midlands IT and communications specialist helps boost race venue.
Local business able to exploit new markets.
Further accoldade for family-owned shoe retailer.
Martin Samuel provides a true tale of Birmingham, 16th January 2017.
A new season of comedy has been announced for the Old Rep theatre in Birmingham city centre over the coming months.
City university added to sponsor roll.
Post-Brexit vote recruitment boost delivers record year for Candidate Source.
Court heard of “recklessness and negligence”.
Open day at Custard Factory.
New owners for One Stop leads to investment plans.
Consortium to help with Birmingham bid.
Celebrate Scotland with Burns Night and whisky events.
Richard Lutz checks out the best movie on the box for this week.
Lord Mayor to lead remembrance tributes.
Exhibition capturing the Antarctic legacy of Sir Ernest Shackleton & Frank Hurley comes to Birmingham.
If it’s the blues you want, Bilston’s the place.
Dave Woodhall on Villa’s 1-0 defeat to Wolves, tributes and a plea.
City’s business growth rate higher than all UK cities.
There’s another night of quality jazz at the Red Lion on Friday.
Repeat for city electro fest.
Dave Woodhall offers a personal tribute on the passing of the former Villa manager.