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10:42, 18 MAR 2014
Birmingham City University
Rethink Media at BCU: Buzzfeed vice-president Jonathan Perelman talks about future of digital media
Perelman will be speaking at the Rethink Media event at Birmingham City University on Tuesday March 25 about BuzzFeed’s plans to produce more ‘serious’, long-form journalism and digital trends to watch.
Birmingham entrepreneur launches 'Instagram for food' healthy eating app
App, called WIET (What I’m Eating Today), was devised by 52-year-old Donato Esposito, a consultant specialising in change management
Birmingham City Council
Drivers take on council over £60 bus lane fines
Around 20 cases were heard at the Traffic Penalty Tribunal which aims to establish whether adequate signage has been used to warn drivers of restricted routes.
Soshi Games celebrates £285,000 crowd-funding success
Soshi Games, based at Birmingham Science Park Aston, has secured £285,000 via the SyndicateRoom equity crowd-funding platform
Five street food vendors join forces
The latest food news from the West Midlands.
Rise in eating disorders in Birmingham
Shocking statistics show an increase of eight per cent in admissions due to the problems in the last 12 months, with some patients aged just five years old
Star City Birmingham
Virgin Active closes Birmingham Star City club
Members offered chance to use facilities in Edgbaston and Solihull after unexpected shutdown
Photos of Birmingham's skyline from the Post Flickr group
News of a new community photography project for Birmingham
Supercar showroom Torque Project closure is a mystery
There were no signs of life at the Digbeth showroom opposite Selfridges and all cars have been removed from the premises
UK Independence Party
VIDEO: Nigel Farage's adviser defends under-fire colleague, saying: "She sponsors a child in Ghana!"
UKIP leader's answer gazumped by spin doctor desperate to defend Alexandra Phillips over allegations of offensive Facebook comments
Bullring reveals ambition to add casino and cinema to shopping centre
The Bullring shopping centre in Birmingham could expand, bosses claim, adding a new cinema, bowling alley and casino.
UK Independence Party
UKIP at war as dumped MEP threatens to take on ‘prat’ Farage
Deselected West Midlands representative Mike Nattrass accuses leader of rigging selection contests
Cybercrime? It's not the only Internet battle we're losing
The Home Affairs Select committee warns today that we are 'losing the fight' against low-level Internet crime.
Birmingham IT firm protects major firms’ brands in the world of social media
In the latest part of a series visiting small businesses in the West Midlands, John Cranage looks at one of the region’s flourishing digital firms.
Tributes after Midland archaeologist Mick Aston dies
Close friends pay tribute after the Time Team archaeologist passes away
City MP in call for EU referendum law backing
Andrew Mitchell (Con Sutton Coldfield) is supporting a campaign launched by Conservative chairman Grant Shapps encouraging members of the public to write to their MP and use Twitter or Facebook to demand a ballot
Welcome to the new look Birmingham Post website
Bigger, better images and a less cluttered design are two of the more noticeable changes on the new Birmingham Post website - bringing you all your favourite content in a more appealing way
How to comment on articles on Birmingham Post
A step-by-step guide of how to comment on the new-look Birmingham Post website.
Phil Bennion: Hope and progress amid the violence and death in Pakistan's election
West Midlands MEP Phil Bennion was part of the EU team to observe the 2013 Pakistan elections.
Astronaut who sang Space Oddity and took photo of Birmingham is back on Earth
The astronaut who photographed Birmingham from space , Commander Chris Hadfield, is getting used to life back on Earth after his five-month mission to the International Space Station.
Sainsbury's has change of heart on Dorridge town centre development
Supermarket giant Sainsbury's has bowed to pressure and agreed to start work earlier than planned on a new store in the village where the firm's chief executive Justin King grew up.
Great tastes straight from Birmingham's streets
Birmingham's next generation of chefs are turning their backs on restaurants to run burger vans and snack shacks, writes Mary Griffin.
Mother-of-two tastes success with Lichfield venture
A mother-of-two is savouring sweet success after an award-winning grocer snapped-up her dessert to sell on the shelves of his Birmingham deli.
Worcestershire-made app gets the attention of Microsoft
A Worcestershire-made app that allows you to draw and share with the world is among just 64 worldwide to be shortlisted in a Microsoft competition.