After the Government backs a third runway at Heathrow, West Midlands politicians want to expand Birmingham Airport - and that's likely to mean a new runway
Government approves Heathrow expansion but critics call for expansion at Birmingham.
The Government used to focus its attention on the Northern Powerhouse - but now it cares more about the Midlands, according to one of the North's most senior politicians
Bill Etheridge is quitting the UKIP leadership race and will support candidate Paul Nuttall instead.
Sir Howard Davies, chairman of the Airports Commission, says the HS2 high speed rail line boosts the case for a second runway at Birmingham Airport
Birmingham nursery school heads are to meet Government Ministers this week to discuss funding fears
A party dedicated to keeping Britain IN the European Union would beat Labour and UKIP in a general election, new poll finds
Cycle loan scheme among series of ambitious plans outlined by Sutton Coldfield's new Town Council.
Apartments planned as part of a major Birmingham city centre development should be large and within the price range of Brummie families say readers
New powers to control and limit pubs and off-licences in Erdington town centre and Digbeth adopted following complaints from residents, police and public health officials.
Historic England lists Birmingham Oratory in Edgbaston among those sites deemed to be in danger
Patients charged an average of £2 per hour to visit city centre hospital, up from £1 last year
With new inquests set to begin, Mail Political Editor Jonathan Walker says the Government must act to ensure families of the Birmingham Pub Bombing victims get help with legal fees
Billionaire former boss of BHS should lose his knighthood, say MPs
Roy Hill will step into the top job as the hunt continues to find a permanent replacement for departing chief executive
Cutting the West Midlands' low rate of employment is the biggest challenge for the region's first directly-elected mayor.
The Government promised to spend £1.4 billion improving the region's roads, but it hasn't happened so far
City council Labour leader John Clancy is refusing to pay next year’s top up and use £65 million instead to protect services from further Government funding cuts.
New research says one section of notorious motorway is causing drivers to lose more than half a day in jams
Change could bring decision-making closer to voters, say bosses