Passengers advised to plan their travel as Birmingham gears up for festive crowds.
UK’s Barbershop of the Year set to shape-up another venue.
New guide celebrates city’s independent retail scene.
Our outer spaced reporter Lord Howard Elston chats with Brit astronaut Tim Peake who has just landed
Richard Lutz ponders the last seven days…filled with twins, storms and cursed time
Lord Tony Blair of Bollocksville, former king of Inger-lund, talks exclusively to Sir Howard Elston about his totally blameless role in the Iraq and Afghani wars.
Celebrate the new Bond film in style.
New store to launch fashion event.
Shopping centre looks for fashion experts.
Local designer to open in prestige development.
Chance for customers to recognise good service – and win themselves.
Be nosier than a parker at lights turn-on.
City announces campaign to showcase the best of Birmingham over the festive season.
Sweet delights for Solihull shoppers.
Southside gearing up to welcome families looking to treat their dads.
Dream opening for booksellers.
Competition winners revealed.
Expasion set for completion in 2015.
Community engagement for local company.
Glamour night for up and coming designers.
Plenty of opportunities at this unique craft fair.
Honorary degrees awarded at Wolverhampton ceremony.
Shopping centre’s tenth birthday marked in an appropriate way.
With no forecast of snow for the area, Sunday 28th July will be a good day to enjoy one of the glorious gardens of the Cotswolds.
Retail Birmingham will be brightening the streets of the city centre with a month long programme of ‘Street Performance Saturdays’
After having, in recent weeks, amply looked after her insides, Tammy Facey decides it’s time to maintain her outsides for a change.
One year after being unveiled in Birmingham’s Gay Village, the Rhinestone Rhino is celebrating its first milestone in the city’s Southside district by launching a merchandise store.
The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) grew by 2.4% in the year to April 2013, down from 2.8% in March.
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
Birmingham’s reputation as a visitor destination is on the up, according to new research released today by Marketing Birmingham