Making the switch to electric vehicles will not only tackle poor air quality but also boost the West Midlands economy which is fast establishing itself as a world leader in advanced automotive research and manufacture.
A new event aiming to tackle problems faced by elderly people will see businesses, academics and artists join forces to create innovative solutions to the challenges they face, such as mobility and loneliness.
Proposals for a new centre for heritage, community arts, learning and skills development led by Birmingham Museums Trust, have taken a step forward this week as a plot in the east of the city has been approved for regeneration by Birmingham City Council.
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Public Ballot opened today (Wednesday, 1 August) at 10am (BST) when ticket applications were opened to all members of the public, backed by a major marketing and PR campaign, welcomingly called Are you in?
Today (Friday 27 July) marks four years to go until the start of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. To celebrate, young gymnasts who live and train in the Games’ host city will gather at the Gymnastics and Martial Arts Centre (GMAC), in Perry Barr, for a special training session.