The Big Sleuth in Birmingham and the surrounding areas is raising money for Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity.
The Creative Industries Council have commissioned a survey to help policy makers better understand the finance issues faced by creative industry businesses.
The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) today announced the latest key appointment to its executive top tier.
Applications to host events in the new Black Country Business Festival can now be submitted via the website which went live on Monday 17th July.
This summer Dudley Canal and Tunnel Trust is proud to announce its very first Open Exhibition.
Commonwealth Champion and legendary long-distance athlete, Brendan Foster CBE, is today announced as the latest addition to the Birmingham 2022 Bid team.
City of Wolverhampton is to be brought to life by lights under a new scheme.
City of Wolverhampton Art Gallery has received a huge boost to its ambitious renovation plans.
The equivalent of more than 300 rugby pitches worth of land needs to be found in the Black Country for new industry over the next 20 years, it has been revealed.
City of Wolverhampton Council has named its chosen developer to transform the former Tower and Fort Works site in Graiseley.
The West Midlands region will benefit from Birmingham 2022 with venues in Sandwell and Coventry announced today
New Sandwell Aquatics Centre to become home of Swimming and Diving for 2022 Commonwealth Games bid
The Black Country continues to see significant investment from foreign owned companies over the past 12 months according to new figures released by Department for International Trade.
The West Midlands Combined Authority working alongside regional partners has received national praise for creating a specialist consultancy framework to nurture essential business technology skills, securing a finalist place at the prestigious Construction News Industry awards.
WV Living has been granted planning permission to build homes on the former Ettingshall Primary School site and a plot of land on nearby Sweetbriar Road.
A new programme has been launched to help regional businesses tap into potential contracts for HS2.