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New Street Station: new images show completed roof work

The roof at New Street Station has been completed

The final piece of the station’s new atrium roof covering was put into place on September 16

Scottish 'Yes' vote could put Walmley at the centre of country

Calder Green pub in Walmley, Sutton Coldfield - could this be the new centre of the UK?
Sutton Coldfield village could be new centre of the country if Scotland decides to the leave the United Kingdom

Birmingham City Council job losses down to 'disproportionate' budget cuts say GMB union

Birmingham City Council which has announced job losses of up to 6,000
GMB organiser Gillian Whittaker said the changes proposed by the city council would be felt across Birmingham

Tory Party Conference road closures announced

Broad Street in Birmingham which will be the focal point of the 2014 Tory Party Conference
Security operation ahead of and during the Conservation Conference at the ICC revealed

City of Colours street art festival set to double next year

The City of Colours festival will make a second outing next year and expand from one day to two
Organiser Becci Wright to host street art festival over two days due to visitor demand for expansion of the event in Digbeth

West Midlands unemployment at lowest level since 2008

Job Centre
Joblessness in the region now stands at the lowest figure since 2008, with 7.1 per cent of people out of work, down from 7.4 per cent the quarter before
The roof at New Street Station has been completed

New Street Station: new images show completed roof work

The final piece of the station’s new atrium roof covering was put into place on September 16

West Midlands unemployment at lowest level since 2008

Job Centre
Joblessness in the region now stands at the lowest figure since 2008, with 7.1 per cent of people out of work, down from 7.4 per cent the quarter before
Calder Green pub in Walmley, Sutton Coldfield - could this be the new centre of the UK?

Scottish 'Yes' vote could put Walmley at the centre of country

Sutton Coldfield village could be new centre of the country if Scotland decides to the leave the United Kingdom

Tory Party Conference road restrictions announced

Broad Street in Birmingham which will be the focal point of the 2014 Tory Party Conference
Security operation ahead of and during the Conservation Conference at the ICC revealed
The City of Colours festival will make a second outing next year and expand from one day to two

City of Colours street art festival set to double next year

Organiser Becci Wright to host street art festival over two days due to visitor demand for expansion of the event in Digbeth

CBSO opens new season amid £1m fundraising plea

CBSO Youth orchestra which benefits from support programmes run by the orchestra
Symphony orchestra in battle to raise huge amount of money after facing budget cuts of 24 per cent since 2010

Review: Birmingham Bach Choir, Symphony Hall

Birmingham Bach Choir
Birmingham Bach Choir delivered one of the most important concerts in its history when it performed the Unfinished Remembering which was commissioned by the choir to mark the outbreak of the the First World War
Helen Platt, Squire Patton Boggs; Martina Navratilova, Nick Green, Squire Patton Boggs; Monique Sutherland, Squire Patton Boggs.

Birmingham Law firm serves up tennis ace Martina Navratilova for hard-hitting talk

Global law firm Squire Patton Boggs recently welcomed tennis legend Martina Navratilova to a client breakfast to discuss diversity.

Exciting finish to the 2014 Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship at Nailcote Hall

Clayton and Tracey Blackmore.
Eddie Pepperell secured the 2014 Farmfoods British Par 3 Championship title after a tense play-off with TP Tour Qualifier Jak Hamblett.

Le Monde Fish Bar and Grill restaurant opens in Brindleyplace

Simon Howard, Director, Myton Restaurants; Gemma Meah, Front of House Manager, Le Monde.
Le Monde Fish Bar and Grill has opened to the public in Brindleyplace.
Shami Chakrabarti, director of Liberty

Liberty director Shami Chakrabarti to speak at Birmingham Law Society event

A qualified barrister, Ms Chakrabarti was a panel member for the Leveson Inquiry, the judicial inquiry into the culture, practice and ethics of the UK press, which focused on the phone hacking scandal

Birmingham Pride chairman Lawrence Barton, who owns the Nightingale Club, among other Southside venues

Birmingham firm GB Training secures £1.4m apprenticeships deal

GB Training says the one-year contract with the Skills Funding Agency is one of the largest single contracts it has secured in recent years

99p Stores appoints Harris Lamb for Midlands expansion drive

David Walton, Harris Lamb
Birmingham planning consultancy will lead the hunt for new sites across the region and north of England

Clevercherry recruited for Millbank brief

Jewellery Quarter creative agency secures latest tender to help North West recruitment agency increase profile

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The roof at New Street Station has been completed

New Street Station: new images show completed roof work

The City of Colours festival will make a second outing next year and expand from one day to two

City of Colours street art festival set to double next year

1920s detached home in Arthur Road, Edgbaston.

Home of the day: £1,750,000 1920s detached home in Edgbaston

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