Mr Hackett, who lived in Moseley almost all his life, inspired a special exhibition at the mac Birmingham through his work
Soldier feared true identity would be revealed after receiving Victoria Cross
The new Dad’s Army film has arrived on cinema screens but, as Mike Lockley reports, a secret Birmingham base taught the real Home Guard how to kill.
Mountaineer 'Brummie' Stokes, lost toes in disastrous Everest climb
The Duke of Cambridge has paid tribute to First World War servicemen whose bravery earned them the Victoria Cross
The Midland carmaker invited more than 40 members of 19 (Fighter) Squadron to the site to celebrate its centenary year
The home of a Dunkirk hero shows evidence of a lifetime in the navy.
Military patients' charity Fisher House is this year's nominated charity at the Birmingham Post Business Awards. Here, we find out why
Former Navy lieutenant and judge awarded highest military honour for his service
Vicki Wentworth comes to Wesleyan from LV= - where she was brand and marketing director
Seventy five years on, the bombing of the packed Balsall Heath Carlton Cinema during the Birmingham Blitz is set to be remembered in a special service
France to recognise the bravery of Bournville navigator with the Légion d’honneur
All 22 new roads in the Milestone Way housing development in Chasetown, Staffordshire, will be named in tribute to all the fallen heroes named on the town's war memorial
Fabian Jarrett, from Erdington, took the brave step to go it alone in the digital world after developing a succession of games
The event was attended by an array of senior CIMA officials, including David Stanford, the newly elected vice president of CIMA
Now in its fourth generation the vehicle proved a ground-breaker for Land Rover when it was launched in 1970
The Land Rover Heritage Driving Experience has joined a similar Jaguar operation at JLR's customer test facility at the former Prodrive proving ground at Fen End
Huge steps forward at a Birmingham hospital have led to much better survival rates for soldiers who have suffered terrible injuries in Iraq and Afghanistan.
A commemorative stone will be placed at the entrance of King Edward VI School as a tribute to the daring deeds of Great War pilot Reginald “Rex” Warneford
In 1942, Fraser was in 830 Naval Air Squadron, flying Albacore torpedo bombers, based on the besieged island of Malta.