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Councillor Brigid Jones

Ones to watch 2015: Birmingham's educational leaders

Schools will always be a hot topic and 2015 will be no different so who will be making the key decisions and policies across the city next year

Review of 2014 - April: Trouble at Library of Birmingham, Tory Conference under fire and New Street views

Project director Brian Gambles surveys the Shakespeare Memorial Room
April saw the Library of Birmingham under the media glare just eight months after opening while the city council was forced to defend spending almost all of its event budget on the Conservative Conference

Lord Heseltine: More devolution for cities is 'unstoppable'

Lord Michael Heseltine
“I think in these last two years we have made more progress than I can remember,” Lord Heseltine told the Post

Ones to watch 2015: Birmingham's cultural stars

Citizen Khan creator and star Adil Ray grew up in Birmingham and has based his family sitcom in Sparkbrook
From TV to movies, comedy to crime drama, who from the city will be keeping us entertained during 2015

Review of 2014 - March: Paradise Circus takes shape, £3.3m for Stirchley baths and Super Prix on table

Grant Associates' public realm plans for Paradise Circus
Spring is in the air in our annual review and March saw more details about the massive Paradise circus regeneration and the possibility of Birmingham's Super Prix returning reared its head again

Business In Pictures

Project director Brian Gambles surveys the Shakespeare Memorial Room

Review of 2014 - April: Trouble at Library of Birmingham, Tory Conference under fire and New Street views

April saw the Library of Birmingham under the media glare just eight months after opening while the city council was forced to defend spending almost all of its event budget on the Conservative Conference

Dr David Rosser from Queen Elizabeth Hospital

NHS funding plan may cause deaths, Birmingham consultant's report claims

Proposals which would see only half of the funding for extra cases treated at specialist hospitals covered are "destructive" according to hundreds of health professionals

Councillor Brigid Jones

Ones to watch 2015: Birmingham's educational leaders

Schools will always be a hot topic and 2015 will be no different so who will be making the key decisions and policies across the city next year

CGI of the Left Bank development looking down Broad Street towards the Library of Birmingham with Big Bite in the centre

New towers plan for Broad Street replaces vision for city's tallest building

Regal Property Group stays on track to redevelop run-down car park site as scaled-down version of Regal Tower mission lands with planners

Follow the leader: Sir Albert Bore (left) and Lord Whitby take the 'Man of the People' and 'Freudian Slip' awards

Take a bow after a year of ups and downs in Birmingham

A year of ups and downs for the city's political leader as Neil Elkes takes a sideways look at those deserving an award

The enduring appeal of pantomime at Christmas

The cast of Jack and the Beanstalk on stage at the Birmingham Hippodrome.
One tradition that many families indulge in during the festive season is a trip to the theatre to see a pantomime.

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Councillor Brigid Jones

Ones to watch 2015: Birmingham's educational leaders

Citizen Khan creator and star Adil Ray

Ones to watch 2015: Birmingham's cultural stars

The Barber Institute of Fine Art at Birmingham University.

Birmingham's Hidden Spaces: Legacy of Barber Institute of Fine Arts founders lives on

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