Today, the University of Wolverhampton officially marks 21 years since it received university status.
Book review: Alan Clawley reviews Matthew Boulton – selling what all the world desires
In 2010 The World Monuments Fund added Dudley Zoo’s collection of 1930s concrete buildings to its ‘at risk’ register.
On Sunday 9 June, over 100 cyclists will take to the streets of Birmingham for the 3nd annual Big Vintage Ride.
The seventh annual Birmingham Lives Local History Fair takes place this coming Sunday, June 9th between 11:00-16:00.
Our resident raver Terry Wills reports on the current production of sixties musical Carnaby Street.
Half a century has passed since they flicked rubbers at each other from their desks, but up to 250 of a Sutton Coldfield secondary school’s first pupils are to reunite to mark its 50th anniversary.
Laurence Inman goes exploring heroism and wonders just who we should be celebrating.
The 25th anniversary of the Afghanistan withdrawal announcement by the Soviet Union
Film maker and Photojournalist Pogus Caesar to showcase a unique exhibition entitled "Reggae Kinda Sweet" from 3rd July to August 31st in Birmingham
Students who used the world’s oldest computer during their time at the University of Wolverhampton have been to see it at its new home.
You can try the Ironbridge Gorge museums.
Peter Preston-Hough, Visiting Lecturer in War Studies at the University of Wolverhampton, writes on the anniversary of this famous event in RAF history.
Andy Goff has finally received his copy of Birmingham: Then and Now. He likes it a lot.
Heritage Silverware has restored and returned a piece of dining room history to one of Britain’s most magnificent hotels.
Scores of ‘Old Girls’ are planning to return to Solihull School on 22 June for a gala reunion to celebrate the arrival of the first female students 40 years ago.
A short film created by recent graduates of Coventry University’s media production course has been shortlisted for an award at one of America’s leading lifestyle film festivals.
Our medical correspondent Dr HOWARD ELSTON reports on the latest events in the epoch-crunching Margaret Thatcher story
Laurence Inman’s acerbic commentary on the late Baroness Thatcher