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Tom Cullen, I Choose Birmingham

BYPY 2015: Tom Cullen, I Choose Birmingham

The founder of the lifestyle e-magazine is the first from the marketing and communications category in BYPY 2015 to tackle our Q&A

Blended images show how decades have changed Birmingham

A blended image showing how Kings Heath High Street in Birmingham has changed over the years
Images created using digital  technology show how the region we live in today looked quite so different decades before

Clive Reeves PR wins Colmore Food Festival brief

Clive Reeves, whose PR agency will promote the 2015 Colmore Food Festival, with Ann Tonks, director with restaurant group Opus, and Michele Wilby, executive director of Colmore Business District (seated)
City centre agency signed up to promote annual festival which will this year feature 25 bars and restaurants from business district

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Tom Cullen, I Choose Birmingham

BYPY 2015: Tom Cullen, I Choose Birmingham

The founder of the lifestyle e-magazine is the first from the marketing and communications category in BYPY 2015 to tackle our Q&A

A blended image showing how Kings Heath High Street in Birmingham has changed over the years

Blended images show how decades have changed Birmingham

Images created using digital  technology show how the region we live in today looked quite so different decades before

Clive Reeves, whose PR agency will promote the 2015 Colmore Food Festival, with Ann Tonks, director with restaurant group Opus, and Michele Wilby, executive director of Colmore Business District (seated)

Clive Reeves PR wins Colmore Food Festival brief

City centre agency signed up to promote annual festival which will this year feature 25 bars and restaurants from business district

Conservation staff at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery working on 'The arming and departure of the knights of the round table on the quest for the Holy Grail'.

Turner Prize winning artist Jeremy Deller: I'd rather have met William Morris than Andy Warhol

Jeremy Deller is curator of Love is Enough, an exhibition of William Morris and Andy Warhol at Birmingham's Gas Hall

Liquid chief executive Elisabeth Lewis-Jones (front left) and the rest of the team tackling the 2015 Great Birmingham 10k run

Liquid recruits whole office for Great Birmingham 10k

City centre PR agency is raising funds for the Stroke Association but admits it won't be breaking any records

Actor Peter Davison

Birmingham 'left out of loop' by the BBC, former Doctor Who star says

The BBC spent £12.40 for every licence fee-payer in the Midlands last year – compared to £80 in the North, £122 in Wales and £757 in London

Nick Holzherr runs Whisk.com

Apprentice finalist Nick Holzherr finds recipe for more success

TV contestant in huge deal to expand food app internationally.

Gallery: Resorts World Birmingham scheme starts to take shape

Construction work is gathering pace as the Genting UK development draws nearer to opening this summer and the Post gained exclusive access

Rachel Riley will host the 2015 Birmingham Young Professional of the Year Awards next month

Rachel Riley to host BYPY 2015

Countdown star and former Strictly Come Dancing contestant lined up as guest host for 15th anniversary of award ceremony

The Mailbox - home of the BBC in Birmingham

Backlash as BBC recruits just 1 in 50 staff in Birmingham

Post investigation reveals the city is overlooked in recruitment as most roles are filled in London or Salford despite pledge to devolve spending to the regions

Peter Kay, who plays John in Car Share and Sian Gibson who plays Kayleigh

Solihull writer's Car Share set to make broadcasting history with iPlayer premiere

All six episodes of Car Share, written by Tim Reid and Paul Coleman, will be available on the iPlayer between April 24 and 28.

BBC at the Mailbox in Birmingham

Calls for more Midland BBC spending after SNP's £100m-a-year demands

Scottish National Party wants more of the money Scottish licence fee-payers invest in the BBC to be returned - and campaigners in the Midlands want the same

From left: Birmingham Publicity Association chairman Andy Dickey, deputy chairman Emma Holsey and president Steve Price

Birmingham Publicity Association appoints new chairman

Andy Dickey from McCann in Solihull takes up the reins and Emma Holsey from ITV has been appointed deputy chairman

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

Videos & Photos

Radio 4 presenter John Humphrys has come under fire for comments he made about manufacturing on the Today show

BBC broadcast branded 'ill-informed' for Birmingham manufacturing comments

Jeremy Hicks, Jaguar Land Rover UK managing director

200,000 families reaping the benefits of Jaguar Land Rover's success

CGI of the first phase of the former Selly Oak Hospital redevelopment

Persimmon poised for green light to start Selly Oak Hospital regeneration

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