Art event next year will showcase Birmingham's culture as more than 100 5ft 4ins owls will appear throughout the city
Body has added 69 sites across Birmingham and wider region on register which identifies vulnerable historic properties
Filmmaker Ken Loach says he might not have made his last movie after all. He talks to Graham Young about Peaky Blinders, filmmaking and politics
The photographs show Bournville as it was as far back as 1879, painting a picture of the estate, which was the vision of George Cadbury, in its formative years
Proposals for major Birmingham city centre site change as developer aims to help solve housing crisis
A £35 million package will provide vital cash support for a range of new developments and facelift work at Aston, including the new £60 million medical school project confirmed earlier this year
The council’s licensing committee said there are fears that any more strip clubs, particularly in the Broad Street and pub and club areas, would lead to the city getting a ‘sleazy’ reputation
Selfridges Birmingham unveiled the biggest and most exclusive menswear destination in the city earlier this month.
On October 17 Percy Pursglove will present the world premiere of his suite for jazz ensemble and choir, Far Reaching Dreams Of Mortal Souls, at the CBSO Centre in Birmingham.
An extra £4 million is set to be invested in Birmingham's Grand Hotel despite its future hanging in the balance.
Archived photo shows a time gone by as public consultation launches for Metro extension to Digbeth and Eastside
Our popular fun quiz is back for a fourth round to test your knowledge of Birmingham as seen from the skies
The Cube in Birmingham held a summer party for all commercial and residential tenants on the terrace at Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar and Grill.
Office Shoes, Paperchase, TM Lewin and Blott to open stores at the complex next to New Street which will be anchored by John Lewis
Birmingham's Fierce Festival is back with a week-long series of art, performance and projects across the city. Graham Young looks at what's on
Work on the giant bar at Five Ways Island will start in a matter of days as a four-star hotel begins to take shape
Deirdre Kelly, White Dee of Benefits Street fame, was enough to draw a large crowd - and media - to an average meeting room at Birmingham Broad Street's Novotel, for the Tory Party Conference.
The sign has been the talk of amateur photographers and history enthusiasts keen to know more about it
New recruits join Newhall Street-based agency to boosts its PR and digital accounts for clients such as Deloitte and Marks & Spencer
The estate on Great Charles Street, over the road from the Paradise Circus development, has been put on the market for offers of more than £20 million