MP Stephen McCabe hits out at regulator as deadline approaches for news of who will operator new station for Birmingham
Over the three days visitors will get the chance to produce their own work, screen prints and photography with a selection of workshops and talks
Walsall Council and Homes and Communities Agency begin hunt for developer to relaunch stalled 44-acre development
Black Country council follows in Birmingham's footsteps by predicting further austerity
Council devises new rating system to inform public of Birmingham's best and worst taxi companies based in reliability and safety
Birmingham is one of the few British cities outside London to feature more than once in this weekend’s Sunday Times 100 Top Restaurants
The policy limits the number of fish and chip, kebab, pizza, burger, fried chicken, Chinese and Indian take aways in a shopping parade to ten per cent of total retail space
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
Grandson tracks down remains of plane that hero gunner bailed out of over Germany.
Reverend David Urquhart backed calls to give children from Birmingham a chance of free entry to the sporting and cultural facilities the city has to offer as well as open up new opportunities.
The stage premiere of Rudy's Rare Records starring Lenny Henry opened at Birmingham Repertory Theatre.
Charitable fundraising arm for the Library of Birmingham falls £700,000 short.
Several coach loads of members from the leading trade unions will be taking part in the Trade Union Congress Britain Needs A Pay Rise march and rally
A competion for the public space is now being launched through the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the Landscape Institute on behalf of the city council
The plaque will sit alongside a memorial to his business partner James Watt, the Scottish engineer who made his home in Handsworth, Birmingham
Birmingham based BCL Legal sponsored the first social event for new members of the Birmingham Trainee Solicitors' Society.
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.
The 1,400-year-old pieces of gold and silver will be illuminated with microscopes, touch screens, videos and a recreated Mead Hall which will open to the public on Friday
Lord and Lady Aylesford welcomed guests to Packington Hall in Meriden to help raise awareness of the Heart of England Community Foundation and the Belgrade Theatre's Belgrade Unplugged project.