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All stories for 13 Apr 2015

Labour manifesto pledges to shift powers out of London

Ed Miliband says he will release the Whitehall stranglehold on regional funding as he launches the Labour General Election manifesto

New political play Feed the Beast to be premiered in Birmingham

Wrtier Steve Thompson reveals why he wrote the play for Birmingham Rep

Halfords CFO to join easyJet

Second senior executive this year announces intention to leave listed retail group

Getting an inside track with Chinese investment

Chinese investment and its support for UK manufacturing is as important now as ever, says Mike Loftus

Aston Martin considers new Birmingham factory to build 4x4 cars

Luxury marque reportedly planning a new plant with Birmingham and South Wales the front-runners

Secret Far East plan which could have saved Rover

Discussions were held in the mid-90s about selling thousands of Metros to Indonesia under 'Project Maleo' but collapsed when Suharto regime fell in 1998

Brunei's halal industry centre targets Midland businesses

The Asian nation, which is located on the north coast of the island of Borneo, is creating what is set to be the largest concentration of firms producing halal products in the world through its Brunei BioInnovation Corridor

Trojan Horse teaching staff could face ban for life

Current and former school staff linked to the scandal could face disciplinary action after being investigated by a professional watchdog

No sitting on the fence for Morrisons Great Birmingham 10k

Grangewood Fencing Supplies has recruited 11 members of staff to tackle the 10k Business Challenge next month in aid of two cancer charities

'Traditional values' key to turning around Bournville School & Sixth Form Centre

New headmistress is upbeat about south Birmingham school which was rated 'inadequate' by Ofsted 18 months ago

Video: Time-lapse footage shows progress of iCentrum

New video shows construction workers making first inroads into £8m tech hub and incubator building alongside newly released CGIs of project next to Birmingham Science Park Aston

Merdian passes the £1m mark for the first time

Meridian, which specialises in estate and long-term tax planning for individuals and families, has reported sales of £1,000,526, an increase of five per cent compared with the previous year’s figure

Catalyst Corporate Finance establishes Peruvian partnership

The partnership has been prompted by a surge of investment interest in Latin America

A record year for industrial property demand

Property professionals from across the West Midlands met in Birmingham for the launch of Lambert Smith Hampton’s (LSH) Industrial and Logistics Market report.