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Quest for the Holy Grail Tapestries - Arming and Departure of the Knights by Sir Edward Burne-Jones, William Morris, John Henry Dearle. Wool, silk, mohair and camel hair weft on cotton warp, 1895 - 1896

Countdown to Andy Warhol and William Morris exhibition

Preparations in full swing at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery for important displays showing six rare tapestries by Morris & Co. and portraits by Warhol

Digital Emmy for Maverick Television

Maverick Television collects its 2015 International Digital Emmy award in Cannes for its work on Reverse the Odds
Digbeth firm wins international recognition for its mobile game in which players help Cancer Research UK

Director general vows to strengthen BBC Birmingham as more criticism over investment pours in

BBC Director-General Tony Hall
In a letter to the Post, Tony Hall said he was committed to making sure the West Midlands is “properly represented and reflected”

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Quest for the Holy Grail Tapestries - Arming and Departure of the Knights by Sir Edward Burne-Jones, William Morris, John Henry Dearle. Wool, silk, mohair and camel hair weft on cotton warp, 1895 - 1896

Countdown to Andy Warhol and William Morris exhibition

Preparations in full swing at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery for important displays showing six rare tapestries by Morris & Co. and portraits by Warhol

Maverick Television collects its 2015 International Digital Emmy award in Cannes for its work on Reverse the Odds

Digital Emmy for Maverick Television

Digbeth firm wins international recognition for its mobile game in which players help Cancer Research UK

BBC Director-General Tony Hall

Director general vows to strengthen BBC Birmingham as more criticism over investment pours in

In a letter to the Post, Tony Hall said he was committed to making sure the West Midlands is “properly represented and reflected”

The farm in Woore, Shropshire, where David Toms is shooting his short film After

Birmingham film director crowdfunds latest project

Up-and-coming movie maker is hoping to raise more than £2,000 via Indie Go Go website to support latest project to shoot a 12-minute film

The students from Deltion College at Selly Manor in Bournville

European students learn about town planning during Bournville visit

Bournville’s open spaces and well-designed and quality built homes are what gives the suburb its distinctive look and feel

Choy Lee Fut lion dancers outside the Library of Birmingham in celebration of the Chinese Lives in Birmingham Spotlight exhibition

Library of Birmingham exhibition celebrates city's Chinese community

Free exhibition called Chinese Lives in Birmingham was created to capture the hidden histories of the city community after being awarded a grant of £35,600 from the Heritage Lottery Fund

Night Sky MiniScope created by iCandi Apps

iCandi Apps branches out into hardware market

Rubery app firm looking to the stars with its first piece of hardware developed to complement its range of stargazing apps

Innovation Birmingham provides an incubation hub for businesses at Faraday Wharf

Co-working space does not incubate start-ups

Incubation hubs provide a much better alternative to co-working spaces or your local café, argues David Hardman

Handsworth Market in Soho Road - March 9, 1968

Nicklin Unseen: 'Overwhelming response' to archived images of Birmingham

Brumpic founder hails success of first supplement as year-long mission to showcase Nicklin's work gets into gear

Co-founders of Adaptable Dan Cooper (left) and Olly Sorsby

Adaptable wins design brief from Retail Birmingham

Business improvement district appoints Custard Factory agency to help with refreshing brand identity and creating new website

The Birmingham-made Pearl Gas Water Heater at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

Modest water heater that changed family life is Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery's Object of the Month for April

The Parkinson Stove Company of Birmingham made the Pearl gas water heater in the 1920s

Harborne High Street in 1961 by Phyllis Nicklin

Nicklin Unseen: Third instalment of historic photo archive

Our final upload this week showcases more fascinating photographer taken by former lecturer in Birmingham during the 1950s and 60s

New maisonettes near Loxton Street in Duddeston in 1953

Nicklin Unseen: Our second gallery of nostalgic photos

More from our new collection of images taken in Birmingham during the 1950s and 60s which show how the city used to look

London Mayor Boris Johnson has thrown his weight behind the Post's campaign for a fairer deal from the BBC

Boris Johnson backs Post campaign for fairer deal from BBC

Mayor of London follows in the footsteps of Prime Minister David Cameron in calling on the broadcaster to spend a similar amount in this region as everywhere else in the UK

A38 Lichfield Road in Aston looking north - March 14, 1968

Nicklin Unseen: Brumpic founder unearths treasure trove of old photos

New collection of images being seen in public for first time show how Birmingham looked during the 1950s and 60s

Senior account manager Laura Quigley (left) and account manager Sarah Taylor from Gough Bailey Wright which has won a brief from HF Holidays

Gough Bailey Wright wins HF Holidays brief

Outdoor and walking holiday company appoints Bromsgrove agency to promote it to new markets alongside image rebrand

Former BBC Pebble Mill studios in Birmingham

Gallery: BBC shows from yesteryear produced in Birmingham

With the Midlands amid a slump in television production - leading to a Post campaign calling on the BBC to invest a fair share - we look back at shows from days gone by produced at Pebble Mill

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

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Henrik Court, Birmingham Chamber of Commerce; Mushtaq Khan, Law Society.

Gas Street Social VIP launch

The BBC in the Mailbox, Birmingham

The BBC should invest however it chooses... in the Midlands

CGI of new residential facility in Longbridge for staff working at the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine

St Modwen's plans for defence staff facility in Longbridge

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