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Members of Gough Bailey Wright's community affairs Team, (from left) Georgina Curtis-Iddiols, Richard Harris and Tess Randles

Development support wins for Gough Bailey Wright

Worcestershire PR and marketing agency to support developers hoping to build major outlet village near Cannock

Marco Pierre White restaurant to open in Stratford-upon-Avon, creating 30 jobs

Restaurant, which is situated on Chapel Street, is creating 30 new positions

100 swimmers from across UK descend on Moseley Road Baths in Birmingham for photography project

Preparations for The 100 Swimmers at Moseley Road Baths
Reaction to the news that Birmingham City Council intends to close the historic building permanently in 2015

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Members of Gough Bailey Wright's community affairs Team, (from left) Georgina Curtis-Iddiols, Richard Harris and Tess Randles

Development support wins for Gough Bailey Wright

Worcestershire PR and marketing agency to support developers hoping to build major outlet village near Cannock

Marco Pierre White restaurant to open in Stratford-upon-Avon, creating 30 jobs

Restaurant, which is situated on Chapel Street, is creating 30 new positions

Preparations for The 100 Swimmers at Moseley Road Baths

100 swimmers from across UK descend on Moseley Road Baths in Birmingham for photography project

Reaction to the news that Birmingham City Council intends to close the historic building permanently in 2015

Colmore Business District sculpture trail celebrates RBSA's 200 years in Birmingham

Followers of the trail can explore the diversity of some of the RBSA’s leading artists and buy their artworks

Steve McCabe MP

MP's questions over mystery of City TV channel

Steve McCabe to table parliamentary questions over delayed launch of local TV station for Birmingham,  Solihull and the Black Country

Fleet Street Kitchen, Birmingham

Fleet Street Kitchen shortlisted in international awards

Birmingham venue will compete with venues in 2014 Restaurant & Bar Design Awards

B-Side Brum - what was on the long list of 150 tracks?

Judges on the Visit Birmingham music project chose 21 tracks from a pool of 150 nominations. Find out what they were here.

The front page of the first Hidden Spaces supplement from December 2013

Hidden Spaces photography project wins £10,000 from Heritage Lottery Fund

Series of features revealing the secret stories behind the city’s most recognisable buildings culminated in a photography exhibition that was visited by more than 3,500 people

A painting of Emmet, a character from The Lego Movie, has appeared at Moor Street station in Birmingham

Lego Movie character Emmet appears overnight at Moor Street

Street art attracts attention at city centre railway station

The top West Midlands artists in the running for the B-side playlist

Pictures: The artists named in the B-Side Brum playlist

UB40 and The Spencer Davis Group feature on the 21-track playlist which came from B-side, a nationwide campaign by Visit Birmingham

The Moody Blues: John Lodge, Justin Hayward, Graham Edge, Mike Pinder, Ray Thomas

The Moody Blues, Duran Duran and Led Zeppelin snubbed from B-Side Brum playlist

Slade and Roy Wood were also missing from the final 20-strong B-side album, created to highlight the region’s musical strength

Moseley Road Baths, Balsall Heath, Birmingham

Moseley Road Baths to host one-off photography event

100 Swimmers is aiming to raise awareness of historic building which is due to close next year

Creative industries unite to invest £37 million in development of skills

Birmingham to benefit from capital investment into sector to boost training and education

Murray Carmichael-Smith, bcsAgency MD and Richard McNeily, Dains' business development partner

Dains works with bcsAgency to deliver new look

Accountancy firm employed agency introduce a new brand identity and redevelop its web assets

The Centenary Connections mobile app

Birmingham digital company Nymbol builds app for major First World War heritage project in Manchester

Centenary Connections uncovers objects and stories from archives across Greater Manchester relating to the Great War and unites 26 arts and heritage organisations in the region

Abbots Bromley School (Picture: Google Street View)

140-year-old Abbots Bromley School in Staffordshire appoints agency to handle PR

Rugeley-based Ian Strachan Communications has been appointed to provide PR support to the school

A billboard ad for a Rover 800 car features in the 1987 video clip

Long-forgotten Super 8 film about Birmingham gets a new lease of life after being restored

Music promoter Dave Travis shot the Super 8 footage in 1987 while the whole area was being transformed

Driver and tour guide on the Big Brum Buz Michael Flett and Mary Moore

Big Brum Buz to take First World War tour of city for art project

Guided tour marks 100th anniversary and is also raising funds for major work of art

Parkside, at Birmingham City University, host of Hello Culture 2014

Data revolution explored as Hello Culture returns

Birmingham City University welcomes speakers from Culture 24 and Royal Shakespeare Company to debate data and the arts

Screen grab from the new game produced by Team Football for the French Football Federation

Game developers launch new projects with £225,000 Creative England funding

Trio of West Midlands designers showcase projects at special event

Videos & Photos

John Dyson, John Harris, Peter Stienlet, John Stewart.

Stewart & Harris celebrate joining Patrick Parsons

Simon Lloyd, DTZ; Louise Brooke-Smith, Brooke Smith Planning; Simon Farrant, GBR Phoenix Beard.

Brooke Smith Planning marks 20th anniversary

Eric Parry Architects' sketch of the Paradise Circus development - it will design the building with white roof in the top of the sketch

Eric Parry Architects appointed to design Paradise Circus building

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