We got to visit the production lines at the Bournville factory and find out how much things have changed.Read the full story ›
Thousands of jobs at Tesco are at risk after the supermarket announced plans to cut back on night shifts and trading hours at its UK stores.Read the full story ›
The car has been manufactured in the West Midlands since 1970, but its history goes back to 1967.Read the full story ›
The new site at Wednesbury is part of a three-year £1.5 billion investment programme to expand stores and warehouses.Read the full story ›
Jet2 have started new flights from Birmingham Airport, creating 200 new jobs.
The first flight left for Malaga this morning. The budget airline will offer 23 destinations from Birmingham Airport, which will see around 57 weekly flights.
Flights will operate from Birmingham Airport this summer to:
- Alicante (Costa Blanca, Benidorm and Calpe)
- Faro (The Algarve and Albufeira)
- Girona (Costa Brava, Tossa de Mar and Lloret de Mar)
- Gran Canaria
- Malaga (Costa Del Sol, Torremolinos and Merja)
- Reus (Costa Dorada and Salou)
Paul Kehoe, Chief Executive of Birmingham Airport, said:
This is a significant day for Birmingham Airport as we welcome our newest partner to the West Midlands.Customers from the region will have access to more choice than ever.
A new campaign to attract more people to Northamptonshire is being launched.
It's being backed the former Saatchi advertising supremo James Lowther.
As part of the push, bosses will promote the county's credentials as having more stately homes than any other.
The new tourism campaign - Northamptonshire: Britain's Best Surprise! - will be launched at Boughton House.
Figures show tourism brings in around 2 billion pounds a year to Cambridgeshire while Hertfordshire earns around the same but trailling behind is Northamptonshire with 1 billion generated by tourism.
The Japanese firm said the investment into its plant in Burnaston will see the centre upgraded with new equipment and technologies.Read the full story ›
Birmingham's next industrial development will create up to 10,000 new jobs and contribute £350 million to the local economy, experts claim.Read the full story ›
Car parking charges are set to rise in Birmingham, raising an extra half a million pounds for the city council.Read the full story ›
Derbyshire-based Sports Direct has lashed out at an influential shareholder lobby group, accusing it of "fake news".Read the full story ›