The Lunar Society celebrated their 250th Anniversary at Warwickshire County Cricket Ground
His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester visited Soho House, Handsworth to commemorate the Lunar Society’s 250th anniversary
Waheed Saleem has called for a full public debate on the devolution plans, the Metro Mayor and the West Midlands Combined Authority
Sir Adrian, the grandson of legendary industrialist George Cadbury, has died aged 86
The urn becomes the fifth of a series of objects of the month the Museums Trust is unveiling through the Birmingham Post to highlight the finest civic collection in England
Mike Bell will discuss the role technology will play in future vehicle design and manufacture at prestigious annual lecture
Astronomers from the University of Birmingham will be in St Philip's Square on Friday morning to offer a commentary on the eclipse
Birmingham Salon signs up renowned polymath for latest event which will examine whether physics has destroyed philosophy
Lunar Society chairman says Library of Birmingham cuts will hit both education and heritage hard
Solihull, apparently due to its difference in political colour, is more reluctant to throw its lot in with the Labour-run metropolitans.
The plaque will sit alongside a memorial to his business partner James Watt, the Scottish engineer who made his home in Handsworth, Birmingham
Chair of the Lunar Society, Waheed Saleem, believes Birmingham should push for control of skills, housing, welfare, business rates and a host of other taxation measures.
Matthew Boulton was one of the pioneers of the early Industrial Revolution and one of the founders of the Lunar Society
Companies in the West Midlands need more power to control the tax raised here and better engagement in regional politics
Waheed Saleem declines offer from Ambassador Matthew Barzun to attend the elite London function celebrating Eid
A Citizens' Charter for the city with a clear set of values would help it compete globally and encourage economic growth.
The Society was originally formed in Birmingham in the 1750s, bringing together like-minded people with an interest in philosophy, arts, science and commerce
Idea to turn former Methodist hall into business hub catches judges' eyes in design competition
They may be most famous for their pottery but one of the Wedgwood family was also a pioneer in creating a process which would lead to the invention of photography, writes Chris Upton
Ammalife works to save mothers’ lives in some of the poorest countries in the world where women’s needs and rights are often overlooked