Coventry will be home to a new national centre of excellence in developing the latest electric car battery technology, backed by millions of pounds in Government investment.
A Wolverhampton city centre business that opened in August 2018 is set to expand by converting a neighbouring council-owned unit into a tea room.
Walsall College has officially opened its new Digital Engineering Skills Centre - cementing its status as the digital skills lead for West Midlands Colleges.
A regional task force set up to breathe new life into struggling town centres is to be headed up by a prominent finance chief.
A recent graduate who won an award for challenging perceptions around mental health in Punjabi communities has urged West Midlands people to mark Mental Health Awareness Week by starting conversations about their wellbeing.
The West Midlands will explore how new Energy Innovation Zones (EIZs) could make energy costs cheaper for businesses and residents thanks to a £150,000 grant from Government.
Councillor Claire Darke will become the 161st Mayor of the City of Wolverhampton at tomorrow night's (MAY 15) full council meeting.
City of Wolverhampton’s Housing Fair on Saturday proved to be the biggest yet.
A Bloxwich housing development has been awarded Black Country Garden City status, in recognition of its high quality, green credentials.
More than 40 per cent of job seekers attending the latest Wolverhampton Hospitality Jobs Fair have landed interviews with city employers.
The launch of Include Me West Midlands (IMWM) – a pioneering pledge to deliver more inclusive physical activity - heard from key national figures in the field that the region is the ideal place to lead the way on this work.
A young West Midlands woman who has had a lived experience of anorexia nervosa is calling for specialist training to help gym staff recognise potential problems, as Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 focuses on body image.
The latest edition of the Black Country LEP newsletter is available now, featuring the most up-to-date information about business initiatives, events and successes in the region.
Two students who won an award for setting up a mental health peer support group at Birmingham City University are calling on people to mark Mental Health Awareness Week by asking others how they are feeling.
Businesses are requested to sign the Inclusive Leadership Pledge and commit to actions to deliver enhanced diversity and inclusion of their workforce.
As the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution and a global player in the development of green technology, the region has a moral responsibility to lead the fight against climate change, West Midlands Mayor Andy Street said today.