Online retailer WAE+ has unveiled sales figures for the first six months of its financial year, at £4.48 million, compared to previous six months at £1.4 million
The West Midlands’ most glamorous ladies will take to the stage this weekend in a bid to win the crown of Miss Birmingham 2013.
Heritage Silverware has restored and returned a piece of dining room history to one of Britain’s most magnificent hotels.
This September, Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice is offering people the opportunity to experience the thrill of a 10,000ft tandem skydive.
The English Symphony Orchestra – which originated in Worcestershire – will be playing at Artrix on Saturday 11th May at 8pm as part of the Bromsgrove festival.
Birmingham’s Southside district has a host of activities taking place across its bustling venues this May.
Youngsters from across the region were invited to attend an exciting ‘Acting for Screen’ workshop hosted by TV’s Donnaleigh Bailey.
Yesterday’s decision to introduce EU-wide restrictions on neonicotinoid insecticides linked to bee decline is a significant victory for bees and common sense, said Friends of the Earth.
Blues based American music may well be brought into the 21st Century when Larry McCray and Hamilton Loomis appear at The Jam House in St Paul’s Square next month.
A University of Wolverhampton society is celebrating after it scooped a top award at a national student conference.
Tammy Facey has been for a science lesson. An experience which obviously left her reeling.
Hamish Glen celebrates his tenth year as Artistic Director and Chief Executive of Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre, after being recruited to the post in 2003 to rejuvenate the city centre theatre.
A leading business expert from the University of Wolverhampton will share his thoughts on the modern global economy at a public lecture.
Andy Munro isn’t happy with Blues‘ performance on Saturday.
The new Shakespeare production of ‘As You Like It’ in Stratford exudes comedy and warmth, says critic Megan Luesley
Companies in Greater Birmingham and Solihull have received a boost this week with the launch of a new website that provides a single point of reference for business support and regulatory guidance.
Two visionary films about surveillance on tv this week, says Richard Lutz
After the success of last year’s award winning At Swim Two Boys, Earthfall return to MAC, Birmingham with dynamic dance, live music and film in ‘Chelsea Hotel’
Alan Clawley explores the ins and outs of modern architecture.
Will we have a world without books? asks Richard Lutz as he sees another bookshop shut down?
Coventry University is set to lead a Europe-wide project which aims to put an end to the illegal practice of female genital mutilation (FGM), after it was awarded funding to continue research into the issue.
The Government must take urgent action to protect declining bee populations by supporting European Commission proposals next Monday
An innovative meeting and event space in Birmingham is celebrating its graduation from the prestigious Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses programme.
An artwork made in the crystal-works of renowned French company Hermès is to be unveiled at Ikon Gallery on 1 May 2013.
This summer Birmingham’s Southside district will be getting in touch with its inner Chi with a programme of uplifting Tai Chi classes in the Arcadian.
Scores of ‘Old Girls’ are planning to return to Solihull School on 22 June for a gala reunion to celebrate the arrival of the first female students 40 years ago.
Once again Tammy Facey, our intrepid gastro-gnome, has been out in the field doing what she likes best. Here’s her report.
A short film created by recent graduates of Coventry University’s media production course has been shortlisted for an award at one of America’s leading lifestyle film festivals.
Terry Wills wonders whether the Albion are on holiday yet.
Laurence Inman is in love, but it’s a very weird kind of thing.