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University of Birmingham launches 'Not On' campaign to tackle sexual harassment

Staff and students will be encouraged to challenge sexual harassment and report inappropriate behaviour

Eric Pickles

Beleagured Birmingham City Council's relief at Eric Pickles' team of trouble shooters

Worries that Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles would send some politically motivated gung ho character to stride into town like a new sheriff in Dodge City to clean up the Council House have to some extent been allayed.

Prof Jo Bradwell

Rich List 2015: No.34 - Jo Bradwell

Life sciences pioneer's value drops thanks to a community-minded donation which boosted the University of Birmingham

Sir Nigel Thrift has come under fire from protesters at the University of Warwick

University of Warwick vice-chancellor's knighthood 'should be rescinded'

Online petition calls on Prime Minister David Cameron to take back honour handed to Sir Nigel Thrift in New Year Honours for services to higher education

A giant cheque University of Birmingham protesters tried to hand to vice-chancellor David Eastwood

University of Birmingham students protest vice-chancellor's £410k-a-year salary

On the basis, it takes vice-chancellor David Eastwood 13 days to earn the annual salary of the university’s lowest-paid staff, students chose today – January 13 – to campaign

Former footballer Geoff Thomas (front) will be joined on his London to Paris charity ride in June by John Salako (back) and George Lineker

Gary Lineker's son signs up for Cure Leukaemia challenge

Leukaemia survivor George Lineker has joined a team riding from London to Paris in support of former Wolves player Geoff Thomas' mission to raise £500,000 for Birmingham-based charity

Morgan Wilshaw and Jack Beck, both aged 14, at the First Lego League 2014 event

First Lego League science competition returns to University of Birmingham

Teams of schoolchildren will be given a set of challenges surrounding a real world issue

GMP Design plans to open an office in a Boeing 737 airliner

Boss buys Boeing 737 airliner for new GMP Design office

Neil Morten, head of Rugeley-based GMP Design, has bought the plane to create an innovative new office for his business to grow into

Rock bank ARK and local schoolchildren at Rich Bitch Studios in 1991

Rich Bitch Studios demolition could be put on hold

Possible delay to student accommodation development in Selly Oak after planners recommend proposal to build more than 300 bedrooms is thrown out

Birmingham at forefront of pioneering DNA project

Major genome project could help develop personalised drugs for patients with cancer and rare diseases

Birmingham City University was among those to be praised in the Research Excellence Framework

Birmingham's universities praised for quality of research

Quartet of education establishments recognised in the Research Excellence Framework which is used by funding bodies to decide which ones will receive grants

A new CGI of the Grand Hotel released in November reflected discoveries during restoration work

Review of 2014 - November: Post Business Awards, controversial library statue and Grand Hotel

Around 800 people gathered at the ICC to celebrate the 2014 Birmingham Post Business Awards while a new statue caused fervent debate when it was unveiled outside the Library of Birmingham

CGI of the new Snobs - its move to a new site was one of August's most-read stories

Review of 2014 - August: Snobs' new future, Aston Tavern re-opens and work begins at Eastside Locks

August saw more news of regeneration in the city while Snobs nightclub revealed details of its move following more than 40 years in its Paradise Circus home

Plane lands at Birmingham Airport which a security export believes is vulnerable to drone attacks

Birmingham Airport is 'ideal target' for terror drone attack

Security expert says airport has several factors which could make it ideal for terrorists attempting to fly a drone into a plane's engines

Lord Michael Heseltine

Lord Heseltine: More devolution for cities is 'unstoppable'

“I think in these last two years we have made more progress than I can remember,” Lord Heseltine told the Post

The Barber Institute of Fine Art at Birmingham University.

Birmingham's Hidden Spaces: Legacy of Barber Institute of Fine Arts founders lives on

Husband and wife duo's Art Deco building continues to attract some of the world's finest art to Edgbaston

Tom Surridge, 23, a former forensic scientist at West Midlands Police, is training to be a chemistry teacher at Arthur Terry School in Sutton Coldfield

Trainee teachers in a class of their own

Education correspondent Emma McKinney meets the trainees who will be educating the next generation of pupils

Review: First and Last by Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra at
Elgar Concert Hall, Birmingham

Forget clinical professionalism, there’s nothing to beat a warts-and-all amateur performance delivered with total commitment – and this BPO concert had it in spades.

Chemistry apprentice

£23m Birmingham boost to create next generation of scientists

Six West Midland universities and a college will share £23 million for science and technology education.

Jagpal Rai, Monder Ram, Sandra Kerr, Denis Woulfe, Rupinder Kaur, at the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Women's Enterprise Summit at the Latitude Club, One Snowhill, hosted by Barclays.

Women's Business Council summit at Snow Hill in Birmingham

Barclays, in conjunction with the ​​Women's Business Council, hosted the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Women's Enterprise Summit at its offices in Snow Hill, Birmingham.


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