Blues icons Bessie Smith and Gladys Bentley mark Black Pride.
Build, Build, Build welcomed but “more must be done, using home building as basis”.
Watches of Switzerland help support local people through COVID-19.
£6.5 million available to help manufacturers recover from pandemic.
LoveBrum baking challenge aims to show off the city’s best.
Green lifestyle initiative set for city development.
Appeal to trace thugs who beat defenceless man in Birmingham.
Call assessor featured in NHS anniversary pictures.
“Outstanding” – The impact of the Erdington COVID-19 Taskforce.
Sir David Bintley joins Brandon Lawrence for Choreographic Challenge.
TV restoration show searching for local sheds.
Villa go down 1-0 to Wolves. Dave Woodhall watches, again.
Blues draw 3-3 at home to Hull City. Andy Munro watches.
Sir Howard Elston, our literary editor, reports on his exclusive memoir of the Yank prez.
Rico Johnson-Sinclair takes up post to take festival forward.
Lord Mayor’s recognition for lockdown delivery volunteer.
City centre restaurant coming out of lockdown.
RAF Museum welcomes back visitors to a great and safe day out.
New partnership launches to attract investment, jobs and visitors to region.
140 IT professionals offer their services during pandemic.
Young children entertained by Birmingham University students.
Villa draw 1-1 at Newcastle and Dave Woodhall comments.
Safety measures announced at top Birmingham attraction.
How patients at Cygnet Elms hosputal responded to the coronavirus lockdown.
Agency pockets eight new clients after launching small business initiative.
Richard Lutz wanders through the dying embers of Lockdown Land.
Call for landlords, insurers and local politicians to work together.
Health and Wellbeing package of support for older people during lockdown.
Free parking and improvements to pedestrian access needed to sustain retail sector.
Morrisons help Anawim Women’s Centre develop remote support services.