Residents and holidaymakers across the West Midlands can get hands on with history this July by taking part in around 30 free activities taking place in the region
A Birmingham police officer has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for his work in the community.
Alan Clawley is really struggling to garner a useful reaction from Birmingham City Council.
Book review: Alan Clawley reviews Matthew Boulton – selling what all the world desires
The 70th innovative tech start-up has enrolled at the Entrepreneurs for the Future centre
There will be a chance to pay tribute to a doyen of the Birmingham music scene next month.
In 2010 The World Monuments Fund added Dudley Zoo’s collection of 1930s concrete buildings to its ‘at risk’ register.
Wheelie bins are hitting the streets of Birmingham in a campaign funded by tax payers. John Duckers has come up with other ideas for those pesky plastic uber bins.
Professor Nick James and Usha Kiran, who are based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham’s world-renowned Cancer Centre, have signed up to support the hospice
141 retro-fashionistas took to two wheels yesterday last Sunday in Birmingham’s 3rd annual Big Vintage Ride.
Birmingham Airport, together with a coalition of business leaders and local councils, will today unveil a vision that would enable the Airport to grow in line with future demand
Bright futures await boys at West House School with more than half of its 11+ candidates being offered places at King Edward’s School in Edgbaston.
Edgbaston Cricket: A rise in the number of expected visitors to the city – and an increase in those coming from outside the region – has boosted the tournament’s economic impact on Birmingham to £15.5 million
Neal Martin Williams has a new photo exhibition opening in Birmingham, says our arts staff
More dates for your diary.
Madin walking tour led by Alan Clawley Starting at Five Ways Station, 10.30 am, 22nd June 2013
Heritage Collection has added a touch of class and luxury to afternoon teas at the prestigious Close House Hotel and Golf in Newcastle.
A rail lobby group has suggested that the new “micro-franchise” for Anglo-Scottish sleeper trains should improve links between the West Midlands and the Scottish Highlands.
The show flat of a newly developed student accommodation scheme which will provide 108 bed spaces on Birmingham’s Bristol Street is now open.
On 8th June anti-surveillance campaigners around the world will issue a mass "we do not consent" on 1984 Action Day.