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Artists Placement Group

Eastside Projects to revive plays written in Digbeth 40 years ago

The plays ask questions about what has changed in Birmingham in the last 40 years

Digital Academy to host summer school

Raj Mack, head of Digital Birmingham
Companies urged to sign up to free two-day seminar run by Greater Birmingham Digital Academy which will focus on themes of data, marketing and growth

Former Birmingham Bulls player joins Clevercherry

Clevercherry's new client services director James Brazier
Creative agency hire ex-professional American footballer to boost senior team and win new clients after spells with WAA and NEC

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Artists Placement Group

Eastside Projects to revive plays written in Digbeth 40 years ago

The plays ask questions about what has changed in Birmingham in the last 40 years

Raj Mack, head of Digital Birmingham

Digital Academy to host summer school

Companies urged to sign up to free two-day seminar run by Greater Birmingham Digital Academy which will focus on themes of data, marketing and growth

Clevercherry's new client services director James Brazier

Former Birmingham Bulls player joins Clevercherry

Creative agency hire ex-professional American footballer to boost senior team and win new clients after spells with WAA and NEC

Birmingham street art by Gent48

City of Colours festival launches Kickstarter campaign

Team behind popular street art event is hoping to raise £15,000 to put towards running costs of festival in Digbeth which last year attracted 9,000 people

Brian Johnson with an MG TC

AC/DC's Brian Johnson pays television tribute to MG

The singer and self-confessed car fanatic made his television presenting debut with Quest TV’s Cars That Rock and the success of the show has seen him return for a second series

Robert Neil, President of the RBSA

Historic RBSA launches first ever photography competition for autumn exhibition

Taking the theme of urban life the exhibition explores the diverse applications of photographic technology

Rees Bradley Hepburn will help Drayton Manor Theme Park attract visitors over key holiday periods

Drayton Manor recruits Rees Bradley Hepburn for summer campaign

Agency will lead creative campaigns for radio, TV and video on demand to target summer, Halloween and Christmas holiday periods

Birmingham is a Knowledge City and a Tech City

David Hardman says Birmingham is a Tech City and Knowledge City because of its private and public sector and the technology companies which successfully operate here

Director Richard Allen (left) and chief executive Veejay Lingiah, of Learning Labs, with their FlashSticks product

FlashSticks language system in running for Pitch to Rich

Birmingham-based company has developed system using Post-It Notes and an app to help language learners boost their skills

BYPY 2015 winner Katie Kershaw with (from left) host Rachel Riley, Sue Gee from headline sponsor Chiltern Railway and chairman of the judging panel Paul Kehoe

BYPY crowns Katie Kershaw 2015 winner

Judges say Katie Kershaw from Node Urban Design truly embodied what they were looking for and will inspire Birmingham's young professionals

Andrew Jowett at Symphony Hall

Andrew Jowett to retire after 28 years in charge of Birmingham Town Hall and Symphony Hall

Mr Jowett received an OBE in 2012 for an outstanding lifelong contribution to music

The Boulton family coat of arms

Matthew Boulton's tea urn is Birmingham Museums Trust's object of the month for May

The urn becomes the fifth of a series of objects of the month the Museums Trust is unveiling through the Birmingham Post to highlight the finest civic collection in England

One of the final designs shortlisted in the Birmingham Flag project

Final designs revealed for Birmingham Flag

Shortlist of six creations will now go before judging panel with winner to be announced in July and registered as official flag for the city

BBC Birmingham

BBC open letter: It's time to come clean with the Midlands

Editors of the Birmingham Post and Birmingham Mail have called on the publicly-funded broadcaster to come clean on its plans for the future in the region in an open letter

Chiltern Railways and Samara Scott join forces for Moor Street artworks

The work, called Still Life, is a collection of images that have emerged from Scott’s research into landscapes

Culture Secretary John Whittingdale

John Whittingdale appointed Culture Secretary ahead of BBC charter debates

New Culture Secretary appointed as pressure rises on state broadcaster to invest as much in the Midlands as other UK regions

Harborne High Street in 1961 - one of many scenes captured by Phyllis Nicklin

Nicklin Unseen: How photos from yesteryear compare with today

The Post takes a look at how the city appears today compared with the era of the 1950s and 60s captured by Phyllis Nicklin

Peter Salmon, director of BBC England

BBC: We will never build a new 'Pebble Mill' in Birmingham

Corporation rules out production investment but will 'build awareness' of city output

Deliveroo driver in Birmingham Arslan Zahid

Deliveroo restaurant service launches in Birmingham

Online delivery service has signed up more than 40 outlets in Birmingham with Solihull set to come on board next month

Picture taken to mark the BBC's move from Pebble Mill to The Mailbox in 2004

BBC under fire for no-show from nationals at Birmingham election count

Politician Gisela Stuart hits out at corporation for failing to assign journalists from its stable of national reporters to city

Videos & Photos

A blended image showing Birmingham Law Courts in 1900 and 2012

More blended images showing how Birmingham has changed from days gone by

Birmingham Pride 2015 boosts city economy despite subsidy cut

CGI of the Left Bank development looking up Oozells Way towards Broad Street

Calls to reject Broad Street hotel and apartment project

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