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One year on: How the Library of Birmingham brought the world to the city

The Library of Birmingham, July 2013

'One million people streamed through the doors in the first 100 days, an astonishing 10,000 per day, and they keep on coming'

Birmingham's official archaeologist Dr Mike Hodder rewrote the city's history

City Archaeologist Dr Mike Hodder who is retiring.
As Birmingham's official archaeologist, Dr Mike Hodder made significant discoveries about the city's Stone Age and Roman past. Neil Elkes spoke to him as he left the council after 20 years in his post.

Aston University to offer MBA scholarship to people who have been made redundant

Aston University
Aston University will provide awards of up to £10,000 for aspiring MBA students who have been made redundant or who feel their job is threatened by redundancy.

Cundall open new offices on Colmore Row​ in Birmingham

Riccardo Bragoli hands over a cheque from the charity bike ride to Hayley Miller from Birmingham Children's Hospital.
Cundall recently held a party to​ officially open its new offices on Colmore Row​.​

Green light for long-awaited Harrison Drape regeneration

Eight-year wait for transformation of run-down former factory should soon be over after councillors award planning permission to Seven Capital

Labour's David Jamieson elected West Midlands police and crime commissioner

David Jamieson with supporters
Turnout for the election was just 10.32 per cent of the eligible electorate, which is just under two million
The Library of Birmingham, July 2013

One year on: How the Library of Birmingham brought the world to the city

'One million people streamed through the doors in the first 100 days, an astonishing 10,000 per day, and they keep on coming'

Aston University to offer MBA scholarship to people who have been made redundant

Aston University
Aston University will provide awards of up to £10,000 for aspiring MBA students who have been made redundant or who feel their job is threatened by redundancy.
Aston University

Aston University to offer MBA scholarship to people who have been made redundant

Aston University will provide awards of up to £10,000 for aspiring MBA students who have been made redundant or who feel their job is threatened by redundancy.

Birmingham's official archaeologist Dr Mike Hodder rewrote the city's history

City Archaeologist Dr Mike Hodder who is retiring.
As Birmingham's official archaeologist, Dr Mike Hodder made significant discoveries about the city's Stone Age and Roman past. Neil Elkes spoke to him as he left the council after 20 years in his post.
Deliver Us From Evil.

Movie Review: Deliver Us From Evil (15)

Jerry Bruckheimer has changed track to produce a contemporary supernatural horror thriller supposedly based on the life of a New York police officer.

Movie Review: Blood Ties (15)

Blood Ties
This is Coventry-born Clive Owen's most ambitious role to date at the heart of a crime thriller set in Brooklyn, 1974.

Movie Review: What If (15)

What If
Daniel Radcliffe now steps up to the plate in a heartwarming story about a young man trying to be just good friends with a girl.
Riccardo Bragoli hands over a cheque from the charity bike ride to Hayley Miller from Birmingham Children's Hospital.

Cundall open new offices on Colmore Row​ in Birmingham

Cundall recently held a party to​ officially open its new offices on Colmore Row​.​

Higgs & Sons host champagne and canapes night at Birmingham's Bun & Bowl

Alastair Dolman, Higgs and Sons; Charlotte Jackson, Higgs and Sons; Adam Thompson, Higgs and Sons; Daniel Wilson, Edward Cumming, XXIV Old Buildings.
Higgs & Sons' Dispute Resolution team hosted a champagne and canapés evening for their contacts at Bun & Bowl, Birmingham.

City's faith and business communities come together for Birmingham Prayer Breakfast

The Rt Revd David Urquhart, Paul Sabapathy, Cllr Shafique Shah, Lord Mayor of Birmingham; Stephen Timms MP, Steve Bavington, ChaplaincyPlus.
Chaplaincy Plus and Birmingham Cathedral once again hosted the annual Birmingham Prayer Breakfast.
The Total Control model made by Aga which has seen domestic sales rise by nearly 10 per cent in the first half of 2014

Domestic sales boost as Aga Rangemaster benefits from 'market wind'

Strong UK performance helps turnover as pre-tax losses are also reduced at luxury cooker brand

Trio of hires boosts Davies and Partners Solicitors' Birmingham team

Mark Green, Claire-Elaine Arthurs and Andrew Moodie, who have joined Davies and Partners Solicitors
Claire-Elaine Arthurs is one of those joining the firm to head up its dedicated property litigation unit

Complex Cold Forming secures new funding deal with HSBC

Managing director Robert Smith (left) and technical director Paul Bailey, of Complex Cold Forming, which has secured a £1.2m funding deal with HSBC
Black Country manufacturing group set to create 15 new jobs on the back of contract wins with firms such as Ford

Videos & Photos

The Library of Birmingham, July 2013

One year on: How the Library of Birmingham brought the world to the city

City Archaeologist Dr Mike Hodder who is retiring.

Birmingham's official archaeologist Dr Mike Hodder rewrote the city's history

Riccardo Bragoli hands over a cheque from the charity bike ride to Hayley Miller from Birmingham Children's Hospital.

Cundall open new offices on Colmore Row​ in Birmingham

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