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10:30, 12 JUL 2015
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
Beetle mania... Birmingham's amazing insect collection is latest Museums Trust 'object of the month'
Collection is latest of series of objects of the month the Museums Trust is unveiling through the Birmingham Post
Home of angling legend goes on the market - complete with three fishing lakes
An angler's paradise could be a real catch for someone keen on fishing who also needs plenty of family space, writes Alison Jones
Birmingham City Council
Hundreds of fish die at Swanshurt Park as sluice gate is left open
Local householders and fishermen joined RSPCA to mount major rescue operation over several days to save as many fish as possible at Swanshurst Park
Cattaneo and Grant Thornton teams seal Preston Innovations fishing equipment deal
Preston Innovations is a match fishing brand and has a growing presence in the coarse, carp and bait segments of the market with its brands Korum, Avid Carp and Sonubaits
DAC Beechcroft renews lease at Brindleyplace
The company has agreed to take a further five years on its current 25,054 sq ft premises, which includes the building’s third and fourth floors, and will be taking a further 4,341 sq ft on the second floor.
Will insects save the world?
Although in the West there is often revulsion at the idea of eating insects, in less developed countries there is an existing base to build on.
Broad Street Birmingham
Chris Upton: Empty offices get to the art of the matter
Some years ago I went to that famous exhibition at Tate Modern, when they filled up the turbine hall with ceramic sunflower seeds.
Follow in the footsteps of Robert Burns in the Perthshire village of Kenmore
Adrian Caffery follows in the footsteps of Scotland's great poet Robert Burns.
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales
Bonnie St Andrews
Adrian Caffery travels to Prince William's old haunt and finds that it is worthy of its royal pedigree