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© 2017 Trinity Mirror Midlands
17:01, 6 FEB 2014
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.
So, you think you’ve tried strawberries and cream...?
In our new cookery series Roulla Xenides goes into the kitchens of some of Birmingham’s finest chefs to bring you the recipes, tips and trade secrets that will make your dinner party or Sunday lunch stand out from the crowd.
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
Alexandra Theatre Birmingham
Omid Djalili on his time taking part in Splash!
Comedian Omid Djalili tells Roz Laws about the benefits of making a splash on TV.
Avoiding 'meteorites' that can wipe out your business
Dr Steven McCabe: Having your own business requires constant decision making, many businesses fail every year but there are crucial factors to avoid that can wipe out your business.
Movie Review: The Great Gatsby
Directed by British filmmaker Jack Clayton (Room at the Top), the most recent 1974 version starred Robert Redford and Mia Farrow as the titlecharacters Jay Gatsby and Daisy Buchanan, with Laura Dern’s father Bruce Dern as Tom Buchanan and Sam Waterston as Nick Carraway.
Keith Gabriel: Don't blame the buses - blame the passengers
I was on a stag do in York last weekend. I fair enjoyed it, despite a disappointing lack of vomit, nudity or ritual humiliation.
Christopher Bucktin: Angelina challenges the old Hollywood clichés
Christopher Bucktin on Jolie, Cameron - and why Prince Harry might be a new American idol...
Sandi Toksvig watches as the world twitters on with no manners
Multi-talented Sandi Toksvig tells Roz Laws about rude people, war and her hatred of sport.
Birmingham Symphony Hall
Alison Moyet: I'll never sell my soul for a record deal
Singer Alison Moyet was first thrust into the spotlight in the 80s with Yazoo.
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.
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.
Birmingham MP Liam Byrne battles Labour left over welfare reforms
One of Labour’s most senior MPs in the Midlands is at the centre of a major row with activists and union leaders after he refused to vote against the Government’s “workfare” plans in the Commons.
Jon Griffin: Virtual generation feeding off a diet of bullet points
Very occasionally, as the boundaries between perception and reality become increasingly blurred to older generations, there’s a dazzling shaft of light.
The McComb Awards for Dining are back
It's time for the MADs - the McComb Awards for Dining.
London 2012 Olympics
MP Aidan Burley stands by criticism of 'multicultural crap' Olympic ceremony
The Staffordshire MP who described the Olympics opening ceremony as “leftist multicultural crap” on Twitter has stood by his comments.
Review after man falls to his death at Bullring
The horrific incident happened shortly after 7pm on Friday when the man, who has not yet been named, leapt over 4ft barriers just outside Debenhams, watched by shoppers.
Corporate pressure of American politics
Chris Game says the simple plastic carrier bag has become a symbol of American politics in the Obama era