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Eastern promise as growth and jobs drive is launched

Windsor Street Gasworks, in Nechells will be developed

Birmingham City Council reveals vision to create 9,000 jobs in deprived half of city as HS2 relents over land dispute

Birmingham University's pivotal role in the invention of nuclear weapons

A nuclear bomb
Two Edgbaston-based physicists changed the world with their calculations, writes Peter Douglas Osborn

200 Cadbury jobs axed in Ireland by Mondelez International

Cadbury's US owners cull jobs just weeks after announcing a £75 million production investment in Birmingham

Fiddle & Bone in Birmingham makes long-awaited return

The Fiddle & Bone
One of the most popular bars for live music fans opens again this weekend after a 10-year wait

BBC Midlands fair share campaign backed by Tory, Labour and Lib Dem MPs

Politicians from the three top parties call for greater investment in the Midlands from the broadcaster, which invests far more per head in every other region

How Birmingham Contemporary Music Group enables music lovers to commission their own works

The world premiere of 'Crowd Out' by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David Lang presented by Birmingham Contemporary Music Group at Millennium Point, Birmingham, in June 2014
A scheme where the public can commission a new piece of music has taken off for Birmingham Contemporary Music Group. Christopher Morley reports
Windsor Street Gasworks, in Nechells will be developed

East of Birmingham growth and jobs drive is launched

Birmingham City Council reveals vision to create 9,000 jobs in deprived half of city as HS2 relents over land dispute

Monty Don guest at Birmingham Botanical Gardens' inaugural Trustees' Ball

Peter White, Barry Leadbetter, Martyn Liberson, Monty Don, Guest Speaker and Patron; Philippa Pickavance, Kate Hartigan, Caroline Clutton-Brock and Anders Jones, Trustees, at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens' inaugural Trustees' Ball.
Monty Don joined Trustees and 350 of their guests to raise a staggering £18,000 at Birmingham Botanical Gardens' inaugural Trustees' Ball.
A nuclear bomb

Birmingham University's pivotal role in the invention of nuclear weapons

Two Edgbaston-based physicists changed the world with their calculations, writes Peter Douglas Osborn

Abortion law on sex selection splits Midland MPs

Proposed laws making it clear that it is illegal to have an abortion because of the sex of the potential child were backed by a number of MPs

Review: Birmingham Royal Ballet's Coppelia at Birmingham Hippodrome is delectable

Birmingham Royal Ballet excelled with this production of Coppelia

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group scheme that enables music lovers to pull the strings on a commission

The world premiere of 'Crowd Out' by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David Lang presented by Birmingham Contemporary Music Group at Millennium Point, Birmingham, in June 2014
A scheme where the public can commission a new piece of music has taken off for Birmingham Contemporary Music Group. Christopher Morley reports

Panel to decide on £2m public artwork for Birmingham

The Parkside Building sitting comfortably next to Millennium Point in Eastside
The formation of the selection panel is the latest stage of the Birmingham Big Art Project (BBAP), which is aiming to raise £2 million to create an iconic piece of permanent public art for the city.
Peter White, Barry Leadbetter, Martyn Liberson, Monty Don, Guest Speaker and Patron; Philippa Pickavance, Kate Hartigan, Caroline Clutton-Brock and Anders Jones, Trustees, at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens' inaugural Trustees' Ball.

Monty Don guest at Birmingham Botanical Gardens' inaugural Trustees' Ball

Monty Don joined Trustees and 350 of their guests to raise a staggering £18,000 at Birmingham Botanical Gardens' inaugural Trustees' Ball.

Support for businesses using renewable energy

John Painter and Phil Taylor at the Resource Efficiency Forum.
Law firm mfg Solicitors and Herefordshire & Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce recently held the first of their Resource Efficiency Forums.

Birmingham Post Rich List lunch

Birmingham Post Rich List 2015 lunch held at the Hyatt Hotel on Birmingham's Broad Street.
Business people got the opportunity to grill Ian Strachan, the compiler of the Birmingham Post Rich List, at the launch at the Hyatt Regency.
Peter White, Barry Leadbetter, Martyn Liberson, Monty Don, Guest Speaker and Patron; Philippa Pickavance, Kate Hartigan, Caroline Clutton-Brock and Anders Jones, Trustees, at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens' inaugural Trustees' Ball.

Monty Don guest at Birmingham Botanical Gardens' inaugural Trustees' Ball

Monty Don joined Trustees and 350 of their guests to raise a staggering £18,000 at Birmingham Botanical Gardens' inaugural Trustees' Ball.

Hogarths Stone Manor near Kidderminster which has been acquired by Helena and Andy Hogarth

Stone Manor Hotel under new ownership

Couple behind Hogarths Hotel & Restaurant in Solihull have acquired their second property

Foreign currency markets hit GKN's profit

Worcestershire engineering group remains upbeat despite pre-tax profits halving

Real Estate Investors buys Great Charles Street property

Great Charles Street Queensway
Deal by Paul Bassi's firm follows a host of activity on the street set to be transformed in the Snow Hill Masterplan

Videos & Photos

Windsor Street Gasworks, in Nechells will be developed

East of Birmingham growth and jobs drive is launched

Peter White, Barry Leadbetter, Martyn Liberson, Monty Don, Guest Speaker and Patron; Philippa Pickavance, Kate Hartigan, Caroline Clutton-Brock and Anders Jones, Trustees, at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens' inaugural Trustees' Ball.

Monty Don guest at Birmingham Botanical Gardens' inaugural Trustees' Ball

200 Cadbury jobs axed in Ireland by Mondelez International

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