Black Sabbath’s heavy metal bench used by global debt-climate protesters.
Birmingham band releases politically-charged single Plebxit.
Residents campaign to save playing fields as part of Commonwealth Games legacy.
Community tribute to Jack Dromey MP.
Andy Munro comments on recent developments at England games.
WMCA bosses appointed as champions to tackle violence against women on public transport.
Local leaders and mayors call for power shift to meet Net Zero.
City centre location for Police Bill protest.
Impact of Covid shows challenges faced by region but also positive signs for recovery.
Council motion to call for Covid task force to protect and grow Birmingham industry.
City centre demonstration calls for pro-democracy support.
Group leader hits out after refusal to abolish Low Traffic Neighbourhoods.
Latest Town Hall talk session to feature Birmingham MP.
More than £15 million funding boost for Digbeth High Street.
Nightlife supremo criticises government and council decisions.
Plans will “make policing local” and enable police to embed in communities.
April Fool’s Day publication gives a serious green message.
Councillors welcome agreement for their campaign to join new levelling up fund.
West Midlands candidates urged to stand up for pedestrians.
How local and central government can work together.
£2 million for on-demand rural bus services in the West Midlands.
Vivek Rajkhowa writes about the man who transformed Birmingham.
Mayoral candidates challenged to prove their commitment to green issues.
Budget announcement gives househunters last chance to save thousands.
Budget measures will help revive the region’s economy and boost a green future.
“State mistrust of hospitality will cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of pounds” – claim.
Communities Secretary confirms first government department to have ministers working outside Whitehall.
Birmingham’s hospitality sector calls for government to unveil plans to lift lockdown.
Richard Lutz witnesses the unravelling of a right royal British mess.
£24 million announced to improve Sandwell’s Birchley Junction.