More than 100 photographers attended an IGersBirmingham Instameet in the Jewellery Quarter yesterday. The city boasts some seriously impressive photographers - as you'll see if you click on this link that takes you to more than 500 images
More homes need to be built on green belt land to meet the government's house building targets. Sutton Coldfield Conservative MP Andrew Mitchell denies people are nimbys for opposing plans to build 6,000 new homes there. More on Sunday Politics Midlands from 11am BBC One.
Hundreds of people have joined a peace rally in Birmingham in the wake of the Westminster terror attack. The event, organised by local Muslim leaders, comes as two men from the city are still under arrest.
Paul Dadge's photograph was sent around the world following the 7/7 bombings in London. A retained firefighter, originally from Staffordshire, he was hailed as a hero after helping a woman who received severe burns in the attack. He's been talking about the impact of living through a terrorist atrocity
A major police investigation is continuing in Birmingham following Wednesday's attack in Westminster. The Metropolitan Police say they made "a significant arrest" in the West Midlands last night, bringing the number of people arrested in the city to eight.