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Voice Mobile is based at Fort Dunlop

Fort Dunlop-based communications company wins second national award in a year

Voice Mobile has won best ‘B2B Dealer’ at the 2015 Mobile News Awards

Tibor Reich textile designs to go on display at city university

Designs by Tibor Reich
Exhibition of Reich textile designs at Birmingham City University celebrates long relationship between Reich family and the Midlands

Photography trail covering three-mile stretch of Stratford Road on display this summer

It is hoped the images will paint a picture of what it is to live and work on the Stratford Road, giving an insight into the rich history of the area

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Voice Mobile is based at Fort Dunlop

Fort Dunlop-based communications company wins second national award in a year

Voice Mobile has won best ‘B2B Dealer’ at the 2015 Mobile News Awards

Designs by Tibor Reich

Tibor Reich textile designs to go on display at city university

Exhibition of Reich textile designs at Birmingham City University celebrates long relationship between Reich family and the Midlands

Photography trail covering three-mile stretch of Stratford Road on display this summer

It is hoped the images will paint a picture of what it is to live and work on the Stratford Road, giving an insight into the rich history of the area

Selfridges at Sunrise - Probably my most famous image and now highly commended in the British Life Photography Awards. I'm obsessive about the weather and get excited at the prospect of fog. The weather conditions on this morning were perfect, enough fog for the sun to bounce off and create an epic sunrise

Verity Milligan's favourite pictures of Birmingham

Lecturer and photographer trawls through her portfolio to showcase some of her own favourite pictures

Holly Watkins, Andy Honess (back left) and Innovation Birmingham's new e4f cohort

More expansion for Entrepreneurs for the Future programme

Trio of start-ups joins support programme at Innovation Birmingham Campus which has also recruited a new 'entrepreneur in residence' and team member

Conservative candidate for Solihull in the next General Election Julian Knight

BBC is 'London-Manchester carve up', ex-reporter claims

Julian Knight, the Conservative candidate for Solihull in the General Election, said the BBC’s promise to reach out to the regions was failing

Voice Mobile wins second national award

Unified communications services provider named best B2B dealer at 2015 Mobile News Awards

Shilpi Akbar, Stacey Barnfield, Cllr Penny Holbrook and Andy George at the B1 Jobs App Launch at The Lighthouse in Aston.

Launch of B1 app for young job-seekers in Birmingham

A unique recruitment and training app was officially launched at the Lighthouse Young People’s Centre in Aston.

David Cameron has backed the Post's campaign for a fairer deal from the BBC

Prime Minister: BBC's investment in the Midlands 'not fair'

Pressure cranked up on corporation to invest more of licence fee in the Midlands as David Cameron joins ranks of those demanding BBC gives region its fair share

Julian Lloyd Webber

Julian Lloyd Webber to be new principal of Birmingham Conservatoire

The internationally renowned cellist replaces David Saint who retires in April

Dancer Sylvie Guillem will perform her final dance in Birmingham later this year

Sylvie Guillem to make final performance in Birmingham

Renowned dancer will appear at Birmingham Hippodrome in September ahead of her retirement by performing two pieces

University of Birmingham School awards ICT contract

Computer Systems in Education will help new university training school deliver IT classes

Gisela Stuart MP

Regional commissioners needed for 'mismatch' in BBC spending, MP claims

Commissioning in the Midlands is vital to overcoming a significant shortfall in BBC investment in the Midlands compared to other UK regions, according to Birmingham MP Gisela Stuart

Birmingham City University's Parkside building will host digital fairground from Finland

Birmingham City University hosts digital fairground

Finnish amusement park comes to Parkside building to showcase cutting-edge animation

Derek the Dog by Willard Wigan

Willard Wigan creates new work to mark charity launch

Birmingham-based artist is hoping to raise funds to support dog charities and urging people to 'adopt' his new creation Derek the Dog

BYPY 2014 winner Jodie Cook will be among the judges today grilling candidates vying for the 2015 prize

BYPY 2015 shortlist revealed

Candidates vying to be crowned Birmingham Young Professional of the Year will go in front of the judges today

Young people on the BBC Make it Digital Traineeship pilot programme in Birmingham

Birmingham chosen to pilot BBC Make it Digital Traineeship programme

The BBC Make it Digital Traineeship programme is a partnership between the broadcaster, the Department for Work and the Pensions and Skills Funding Agency, supported by a range of other organisations

The SmartLaw app

Birmingham agency creates SmartLaw app for legal students

Jewellery Quarter-based agency IE specialises in design for the Charities, Education and Health sectors

Sir Peter Bazalgette, Chair of Arts Council England

Leading Birmingham arts groups to meet Sir Peter Bazalgette

City’s cultural sector is facing a £2.6 million cut in council funding in 2016/17, with further significant reductions signaled for the following years

Ducks in Primrose Hill, Frank Auerbach, 122 x 152.5 cm, oil on canvas, which has been acquired by Birmingham's Barber Institute of Fine Arts

Barber Institute's Auerbach painting becomes gallery's first by a living artist

Barber Institute's allocated work is a large oil painting on board depicting London’s Primrose Hill, near Auerbach’s home in Camden

Videos & Photos

Business secretary Vince Cable in a driverless car at the Nuneaton base of motor industry research body MIRA last year.

Driverless cars an 'opportunity to be grasped' by Midlands automotive sector

The Mailbox in Birmingham city centre, home of the BBC in Birmingham

Redeveloped Mailbox to open in phases over summer period

The new Jaguar XF crossing the River Thames by Canary Wharf in London by high-wire to promote the launch of the car

Revealed: How Jaguar Land Rover now supports more than 250,000 UK workers

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