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Ones to watch 2015: Birmingham's educational leaders

Councillor Brigid Jones

Schools will always be a hot topic and 2015 will be no different so who will be making the key decisions and policies across the city next year

Review of 2014 - April: Trouble at Library of Birmingham, Tory Conference under fire and New Street views

Project director Brian Gambles surveys the Shakespeare Memorial Room
April saw the Library of Birmingham under the media glare just eight months after opening while the city council was forced to defend spending almost all of its event budget on the Conservative Conference

Lord Heseltine: More devolution for cities is 'unstoppable'

Lord Michael Heseltine
“I think in these last two years we have made more progress than I can remember,” Lord Heseltine told the Post

Ones to watch 2015: Birmingham's cultural stars

Citizen Khan creator and star Adil Ray grew up in Birmingham and has based his family sitcom in Sparkbrook
From TV to movies, comedy to crime drama, who from the city will be keeping us entertained during 2015

Review of 2014 - March: Paradise Circus takes shape, £3.3m for Stirchley baths and Super Prix on table

Grant Associates' public realm plans for Paradise Circus
Spring is in the air in our annual review and March saw more details about the massive Paradise circus regeneration and the possibility of Birmingham's Super Prix returning reared its head again

Lifeline for Moor Green Primary School after sponsor collapse

Moor Green Primary School
Parents at Moor Green Primary School, in Moseley, Birmingham, were angered when the academy was placed into special measures in November
Project director Brian Gambles surveys the Shakespeare Memorial Room

Review of 2014 - April: Trouble at Library of Birmingham, Tory Conference under fire and New Street views

April saw the Library of Birmingham under the media glare just eight months after opening while the city council was forced to defend spending almost all of its event budget on the Conservative Conference

Ones to watch 2015: Birmingham's educational leaders

Councillor Brigid Jones
Schools will always be a hot topic and 2015 will be no different so who will be making the key decisions and policies across the city next year
Project director Brian Gambles surveys the Shakespeare Memorial Room

Review of 2014 - April: Trouble at Library of Birmingham, Tory Conference under fire and New Street views

April saw the Library of Birmingham under the media glare just eight months after opening while the city council was forced to defend spending almost all of its event budget on the Conservative Conference

Ones to watch 2015: Birmingham's educational leaders

Councillor Brigid Jones
Schools will always be a hot topic and 2015 will be no different so who will be making the key decisions and policies across the city next year
Paul Zerdin as Simple Simon, Gary Wilmot as Dame Trot and Matt Slack as Silly Billy in Jack and the Beanstalk.

Review: Jack and The Beanstalk at Birmingham Hippodrome

Richard Edmonds reviews Jack and The Beanstalk at Birmingham Hippodrome

Birmingham's Hidden Spaces: Inside reborn Grand Hotel

Ballroom at the Grand Hotel
Vision to breathe new life into hotel and civic centrepiece in Colmore Row is slowly taking shape

Birmingham's Hidden Spaces: Victoria Law Courts became jewel in 'terracotta city'

The court building's Great Hall, stained glass windows run the course of the room and show iconic figures from city's past
City was described as 'a city of terracotta' and the attractive material enabled the creation of elaborate and decorative façades - especially at Birmingham Magistrates' Court
The Very Reverend Catherine Ogle, Dean of Birmingham; Kristina Andreasson, Vicar of the Swedish church in London; Janet Chapman, Birmingham Cathedral, at the Santa Lucia Swedish carol service at Birmingham Cathedral.

Cathedral hosts traditional Swedish festive carol service

Birmingham Cathedral hosted the annual Santa Lucia Service.

Sabai Sabai restaurant group marks 10 years in business

Sabai Torquil and Juree Chidwick, of Sabai Sabai restaurants.
Sabai Sabai hosted a double celebration marking both the 10th birthday of the restaurant group and Thailand's Loy Krathong festival.

Celebrating the completion of refurbishment at the Hyatt Regency

Mario Flanagan, General Manager, Hyatt Regency Birmingham; Michael Gray, Area Director, Hyatt UK and Ireland, at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham following the completion of its multi-million pound refurbishment.
People were treated to an evening of drinks, canapés and revelry at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham following the completion of its multi-million pound refurbishment.
Project director Brian Gambles surveys the Shakespeare Memorial Room

Review of 2014 - April: Trouble at Library of Birmingham, Tory Conference under fire and New Street views

April saw the Library of Birmingham under the media glare just eight months after opening while the city council was forced to defend spending almost all of its event budget on the Conservative Conference

The former offices of Blakemores and Lawyers2You

Collapsed law firm Blakemores gave staff 30 minutes to leave office

Tribunal hears about firm's final moments as 30 former staff win payouts from the Government because they received so little warning

LDC sells majority stake in Angel Springs to Castik Capital

LDC chief investment officer Martin Draper
The transaction provides a healthy return for LDC, which has tripled its original investment in three years

Pre-Christmas exit as IMI winds down Witton base

Historic manufacturing group brings to a close more than 150 years of industrial heritage at Birmingham base

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Councillor Brigid Jones

Ones to watch 2015: Birmingham's educational leaders

Citizen Khan creator and star Adil Ray

Ones to watch 2015: Birmingham's cultural stars

The Barber Institute of Fine Art at Birmingham University.

Birmingham's Hidden Spaces: Legacy of Barber Institute of Fine Arts founders lives on

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