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Library of Birmingham to open six hours at weekends

Full extent of the Library of Birmingham's reduced opening hours has been revealed

New opening times confirmed following announcement last year that £188m library would be victim of savage cuts resulting in around 100 job losses

Nicklin Unseen: Brumpic founder unearths treasure trove of old photos

A38 Lichfield Road in Aston looking north - March 14, 1968
New collection of images being seen in public for first time show how Birmingham looked during the 1950s and 60s

Louisa Ryland House sale confirmed

Louisa Ryland House
Graftongate and Euro Property Investments team up to acquire historic former city council building to add to Birmingham's stock of grade A offices

Calthorpe Estates eyes city's student market

CGI of new student development at 54 George Road looking across Islington Row Middleway
Family property group is latest to join race to build student flats as new plans are brought forward for vacant Edgbaston site

Shaylor Group to lead renovation of former Cadbury's HQ

CGI of The Franklin
Black Country construction group will carry out renovation of Franklin House in Bourville into 79 apartments

Zip Textile Services expands thanks to Birmingham City Council funding scheme

Zip Textile Services staff at work
Tyseley-based Zip Textile Services, which provides commercial laundry service to the hospitality sector, has completed an 18,500 sq ft extension as part of an expansion programme which will also see the creation of 40 new jobs
A38 Lichfield Road in Aston looking north - March 14, 1968

Nicklin Unseen: Brumpic founder unearths treasure trove of old photos

New collection of images being seen in public for first time show how Birmingham looked during the 1950s and 60s

Louisa Ryland House sale confirmed

Louisa Ryland House
Graftongate and Euro Property Investments team up to acquire historic former city council building to add to Birmingham's stock of grade A offices
Full extent of the Library of Birmingham's reduced opening hours has been revealed

Library of Birmingham to open six hours at weekends

New opening times confirmed following announcement last year that £188m library would be victim of savage cuts resulting in around 100 job losses

Calthorpe Estates eyes city's student market

CGI of new student development at 54 George Road looking across Islington Row Middleway
Family property group is latest to join race to build student flats as new plans are brought forward for vacant Edgbaston site

Beautiful Thing at Birmingham Hippodrome review: Stylish and sharp

A superb cast gave a fine performance in this sharply written play

Review: English Symphony Orchestra at Elgar Concert Hall

Violinist Tamsin Waley-Cohen
This concert at the University of Birmingham hall had plenty of highlights but overall lacked sparkle

Review: Magnificat by Birmingham Bach Choir at Birmingham Cathedral

Paul Spicer
Paul Spicer's relaxed conducting along with an outstanding performance by tenor Julian Gregory made this a memorable performance
International Ladies day speakers: Helen Fraser CBE, The Girls Day School Trust; Ian Allen, Cure Leukaemia; Pauline Biddle, Deloitte.

Annual Women's Day lunch raises £3,500 for charity

Deloitte held the annual Birmingham charity lunch to mark this year's International Women's Day.

Launch of B1 app for young job-seekers in Birmingham

Shilpi Akbar, Stacey Barnfield, Cllr Penny Holbrook and Andy George at the B1 Jobs App Launch at The Lighthouse in Aston.
A unique recruitment and training app was officially launched at the Lighthouse Young People’s Centre in Aston.

Halesowen firm host quiz night for Birmingham St Mary's Hospice

Simon Greenfield, Colour Cubed; Ryan Southall, Chantrey Vellacott; Hamish Shilliday, Birmingham St Mary's Hospice.
Colour Cubed attracted 17 teams to a successful quiz night that the Halesowen-based firm hosted in support of Birmingham St Mary's Hospice.
Louisa Ryland House

Louisa Ryland House sale confirmed

Graftongate and Euro Property Investments team up to acquire historic former city council building to add to Birmingham's stock of grade A offices

Marston's acquires Lancaster Bomber owner

Black Country brewery buys beer division of Thwaites to boost its real ale operations and presence in the North West

Jobs axed as bakery chain Firkins closes

Historic company founded in West Bromwich in 19th century has suddenly shut down after a decade of battling several administrations

Halfords recruits new chief from McDonald's

Jill McDonald, current UK chief executive of the fast food chain, will replace Matt Davies in May

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Full extent of the Library of Birmingham's reduced opening hours has been revealed

Library of Birmingham to open six hours at weekends

A38 Lichfield Road in Aston looking north - March 14, 1968

Nicklin Unseen: Brumpic founder unearths treasure trove of old photos

Louisa Ryland House

Louisa Ryland House sale confirmed

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