General Manager of Tapas Revolution, Frank Rarko is pleased with the success of their restaurant in Grand Central.Read the full story ›
"The feedback has been incredible with the people of Birmingham, still to this day, really feeling a sense of pride about Grand Central."Read the full story ›
Every 15 seconds someone in the UK falls victim to a fraud scam, new figures show.Read the full story ›
Four million people had to cancel credit or debit cards due to fraud last year. Here are tips to help you avoid falling victim.Read the full story ›
The plastic notes, which can survive a washing machine spin, are out today - but some people may have to wait a week to see one.Read the full story ›
Britain's first plastic banknote, a five pound note featuring Sir Winston Churchill has started to enter circulation.
The Bank of England said the new notes are cleaner, safer and stronger than paper and will last around five years longer.
But you might have to wait to get your hands on one as initially they'll only be available from a number of places across the UK, including Birmingham.
- From 9am at Lloyds, 36-38 New Street, B2 4EG
- From 12pm at Natwest, Unit 24, Grand Central, Ground Floor, Stephenson Place, B2 4BF
- From 3pm at HSBC, 130 New Street, B2 4JU
An extra £4m for the West Midlands will 'help pay for a increase in counter-terror squads so officers can attend incidents faster'.Read the full story ›
Prime Minister Theresa May is in the West Midlands today to highlight the expertise British firms and academics have to offer.Read the full story ›
Almost 3000 jobs are to be created in Coventry after the Government announced a £35 million investment in the car automotive industry.Read the full story ›
More and more renters are now at risk of being unable to pay their rent if they lose their jobs.Read the full story ›