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Lewis Dann (left), regional account manager at PlayerLayer, with Warwickshire CCC's commercial director Gareth Roberts

New kit partner for Warwickshire CCC

PlayerLayer takes over deal after buying out previous supplier MKK

Hiscox Insurance is moving to the revamped Imperial & Whitehall offices

Hiscox takes space at revamped Grand offices

Insurance group is the latest firm to sign up to the Imperial & Whitehall suites in Colmore Row

Revealed: First look at new Range Rover

Jaguar Land Rover gives a glimpse of latest addition to the Range Rover family ahead of big unveiling next week

Former Birmingham Post journalist Mike Ward with his then young children Olivia and Henry

Former Birmingham Post sports writer dies aged 65

Mike Ward covered West Bromwich Albion and tennis after making the West Midlands his home following departure from native Rhodesia

Up & Running on track for new Birmingham store

National chain is relocating its city centre shop to new home in Colmore Business District

A national restaurant chain is eyeing the former Ted Baker store in New Street

Former Ted Baker store to become new restaurant

Unnamed national restaurant chain is eyeing New Street unit which has attracted 'no serious interest' from retailers since fashion chain moved out

Cleantech for Acceleration 2016 cohort at Innovation Birmingham

New grants for Birmingham energy companies

Investment programme which helps start-up companies in Birmingham move to the next stage has opened for applications

Communities Secretary Sajid Javid

Controversial business rate changes will boost Midlands economy, insists Sajid Javid

Local Government Secretary Sajid Javid insists tax changes will benefit Midlands employers as Government faces rebellion over impact on the south

Quayside Tower, in Broad Street

Opinion: Birmingham's hidden sculptures

Mary Keating, from campaign group Brutiful Birmingham, is encouraging people to stay and take a good look at Birmingham's hidden architecture

Tata Steel invests £4m in Black Country factory

Steel group has created new high-tech robotic welding line at its service centre in Wednesfield

Bistrot Pierre's Birmingham restaurant will be joined by more venues in the region

Bistrot Pierre to create 100 jobs with new restaurant launches

French chain which opened in Birmingham last summer is planning further expansion in the West Midlands with two new venues

CGI of One Axis Square which has received the green light

Birmingham's backing for Axis Square redevelopment

New office block and a public square next to the Mailbox are warmly welcomed by city council's planning committee

The Manchester branch of Gaucho

Gaucho announces opening date for city centre restaurant - and here's what to expect

The much-anticipated opening of high-end steak restaurant Gaucho in Birmingham is nearly here

Designer fashion store Flannels opens in Solihull today

It will stock women's, men's and children's luxury clothing, footwear and accessories

Judges of the 2017 Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce Awards (from left): Mark Smith, Victoria Lineton, Russell Jeans, Axel Wittenberg and Alan Gilmour

Greater Birmingham Chamber awards shortlist unveiled

Did your company make it into the final across the seven award categories?


Aldi Great Barr store plan rejected

The company was told that its plans for the site next to the Asda store on Queslett Road would add to the already bad traffic in the area and lead to the loss of woodland.

Isobel Lole, Ed Matthews, Sarah Goddard, all Fisher German.

Fisher German celebrates its expansion

Fisher German celebrated their recent expansion at Boleros wine bar in Worcester.

Shoppers at Debenhams in the Bullring

Revealed: 360 firms named and shamed for cheating workers out of minimum wage

Retail giant Debenhams was accused of failing to pay almost £135,000 to just under 12,000 workers

Pieminister is coming to Birmingham

Pieminister is opening a restaurant in Birmingham

The new Pieminister eatery will be opening in Waterloo Street  in the city centre

Barry Henley is not a fan of Birmingham's 20th century architecture like Central Library

Opinion: Don't call me a philistine

Planning committee member Coun Barry Henley defends his stance on Birmingham's mid-20th century architecture - something he's not a fan of

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Revealed: First look at new Range Rover

A national restaurant chain is eyeing the former Ted Baker store in New Street

Former Ted Baker store to become new restaurant

Segundo de Chomón

The Grand Hotel becomes a cinema for Flatpack 2017

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