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18:58, 27 AUG 2014
City of Colours Festival: Our five favourite art installations in Birmingham
From ice sculptures in Chamberlain Square to large-format displays of modern-day faith on Birmingham Cathedral, we’ve rounded up our favourite pieces of public art on display in Birmingham in recent years
Gisela Stuart: How decisions made during the First World War still resonate today
The commemorations of the First World War are also a chance to understand each other as the nations we have become.
City's faith and business communities come together for Birmingham Prayer Breakfast
Chaplaincy Plus and Birmingham Cathedral once again hosted the annual Birmingham Prayer Breakfast.
Pictures: Birmingham Cathedral restoration experts get stunning views of city centre
The weather vane is almost 200 feet above ground, giving workers unique views across Birmingham city centre
First World War commemorated across the West Midlands
A programme of free events to commemorate the outbreak of the First World War will take place between Saturday and Monday
Colmore Business District sculpture trail celebrates RBSA's 200 years in Birmingham
Followers of the trail can explore the diversity of some of the RBSA’s leading artists and buy their artworks
Birmingham New Street Station
Birmingham's 15 in '15: The big projects to look out for in 2015
The list has been compiled by Meet Birmingham for IMEX, one of the leading trade shows for the international meetings, incentive travel and events industry
Lunar Society raises £700 for Ammalife through Kings Men concert
Ammalife works to save mothers’ lives in some of the poorest countries in the world where women’s needs and rights are often overlooked
Birmingham Cathedral Square safety improvements to tackle anti-social behaviour
Colmore Business District (CBD) worked with Amey and West Midlands Police on the project to improve the area
Pictures: Colmore Row and Snow Hill Station through the ages
Colmore Row has always been the centre of Birmingham's financial district and one of the most prestigious addresses in the region
Birmingham Day March 2014: Profile - More Canals Than Venice documents 100 facts about city
Film documents 100 facts about Birmingham
Pictures: Birmingham Cathedral's In the Marvellous Moment art installation
Arts Council-supported art installation features the portraits of local people and their thoughts, hopes and reflections
Blue plaque unveiled for 19th century Birmingham artist Samuel Lines
Samuel Lines was also a leading participant in setting up an art institution in Birmingham which gained a strong reputation for teaching and promoting art practice. This evolved into the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists.
Santa Lucia Service in Birmingham
Sandvik, Handelsbanken and European Business Solutions sponsored the Santa Lucia Service held at Birmingham Cathedral.
Review: Royal Ballet Sinfonia and Cathedral Choir at Birmingham Cathedral
Christopher Morley reviews the Royal Ballet Sinfonia and Birmingham Cathedral Choir at Birmingham Cathedral.
Plenty on the menu for the West Midlands festive musical offering
Christopher Morley takes a look at some of the festive concerts taking place around the region
New film focuses on Birmingham's many claims to fame
‘More Canals than Venice’ is the brainchild of Birmingham-based film-maker Steve Rainbow and examines 100 interesting and amusing facts about the city
Birmingham Cathedral planning year of celebrations for 300th anniversary
Birmingham Cathedral is planning a year-long series of faith and heritage events to celebrate its 300th birthday in 2015.
As Easter approaches, performances from choral societies form a prominent part of the current concert calendar.