Solihull School has paved the way to sporting excellence for female pupils after expanding its Physical Education Department.
A cast of more than 60 students at a Walsall school are gearing up to put on rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar.
Howard Elston HOWARD ELSTON, our internationally renowned political reporter, is in Northern Ireland on the number 23 bus following the G8 conference. Here is his biased report
Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus pours out rivers of blood in this tale about power but still tells a good story, says Richard Lutz
John Lee Hooker jr tells Dave Woodhall about growing up with a legend.
Simon Hale found nothing alien about spending an evening in a New York theatre being wowed by Sigourney Weaver. Here’s his review.
Today, the University of Wolverhampton officially marks 21 years since it received university status.
A couple of legendary names and a few legendary wannabes take the stage.
How Welsh National Opera is helping city music students
What's the best movie on tv this week? Richard Lutz has the answer
The Government is being urged to take urgent action on pesticides after laboratory tests found traces of the weed killer glyphosate in the bodies of people across numerous European countries, including Britain.
A conference to highlight how war impacts on children has been organized by the University of Wolverhampton in conjunction with the University of Salzburg.
Over 40 students from Coventry University will be making their way to Moscow at the end of June to volunteer at the sixth IRB Rugby World Cup Sevens tournament.
The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning is offering budding entrepreneurs and creative minds the chance to practise real alchemy during a high-octane start-up weekend at Cambridge Judge Business School
In exactly two months time the doors of Britain’s biggest beer festival will open, offering over 800 real ales, ciders and perries from the UK’s best producers to slake the thirst of over 55,000 beer lovers.
HOWARD ELSTON (DOA) with a world beating exclusive on Vlad and Rupert's love entanglement
Richard Lutz takes his seat at the RSC in Stratford for a rude funny Jacobean play called Mad World
Laurence Inman on having it all yet having nothing and has some words of advice for Stephen Fry.
Andy Munro reports on grunge godfather Neil Young's visit to the NIA