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University of Birmingham launches 'Not On' campaign to tackle sexual harassment

Staff and students will be encouraged to challenge sexual harassment and report inappropriate behaviour

Prof Raymond Tallis to challenge Stephen Hawking claim

Professor Raymond Tallis
Birmingham Salon signs up renowned polymath for latest event which will examine whether physics has destroyed philosophy

Competition to create Birmingham's people's flag

Hunt is on to find a civic flag for Birmingham
Hunt has been launched to spread city's name far and wide and give businesses a chance to display their pride in the city

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The University of Birmingham

University of Birmingham launches 'Not On' campaign to tackle sexual harassment

Staff and students will be encouraged to challenge sexual harassment and report inappropriate behaviour

Professor Raymond Tallis

Prof Raymond Tallis to challenge Stephen Hawking claim

Birmingham Salon signs up renowned polymath for latest event which will examine whether physics has destroyed philosophy

Hunt is on to find a civic flag for Birmingham

Competition to create Birmingham's people's flag

Hunt has been launched to spread city's name far and wide and give businesses a chance to display their pride in the city

Coun Muriel Davis (left) with the Vicar of St Aidan's and St Chad's Rev Jane Nash

Sacrifice of First World War miners to be marked

Up to 160 servicemen from Staffordshire village to be honoured a century after their deaths during the Great War

Sky Ride Birmingham 2013 in Cannon Hill Park

Sky Ride cancelled in Birmingham again

Event organised with British Cycling is axed due to cricket fixtures at Edgbaston and ongoing developments around the city

Quarter of West Midlands homes can't afford basic standard of living

In the week the Birmingham Post unveils its Rich List, Jonathan Walker looks at the other side of the coin and examines how one in four homes in the region have been plunged into poverty

Swanshurst Park where the fish died

Hundreds of fish die at Swanshurt Park as sluice gate is left open

Local householders and fishermen joined RSPCA to mount major rescue operation over several days to save as many fish as possible at Swanshurst Park

Eric Pickles

Birmingham to have fewer councillors and "all-out" elections every four years

Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles has ordered major changes to the way Birmingham is governed, with the entire council elected once every four years and fewer councillors

Library of Birmingham

Library of Birmingham rally to call for halt in cuts

Friends of The Library of Birmingham have organised event to coincide with National Library Day and to campaign against proposed slashing of opening hours

The NEC

Cash raised from £307m NEC Group sale will be used on city council's equal pay claims

The NEC Group, the arenas, conference and exhibition centres and linked companies have been sold to private equity firm LDC in a deal worth £307 million

Jaguar Land Rover's 'Bike Sense' research updated

Jaguar Land Rover's Bike Sense technology will help cyclists and bikers

The car-maker’s Bike Sense research is being conducted as part of a drive to reduce the number of accidents on UK roads, where 19,000 cyclists are killed or injured each year

John Crabtree will lead the panel which could hold the fate of Birmingham City Council in its hands

Birmingham City Council's fate in panel's hands after shock report

Ex-chamber boss John Crabtree recruited by Eric Pickles to oversee watchdog as authority mends its ways

Deidre Kelly, or White Dee, isn't a politician but is 50/1 to win the Ladywood seat

White Dee second-favourite to win General Election seat - but it doesn't pay enough

Documentary star is ahead of the Liberal Democrats, UKIP or Conservatives in her home constituency - but her agent says the job doesn't pay well enough

General Election 2015: Bookies tip Labour to win more West Midlands seats

 The Post has looked into the odds of candidates in 25 constituencies in Birmingham and the Black Country and Labour are tipped to gain with UKIP winning none

Rob Marris is the Labour candidate in Wolverhampton South West

General Election 2015: Labour favourite to win Wolverhampton South West from Tories

Three bookmakers all make Labour candidate Rob Marris favourite to secure seat he lost in 2010 General Election once again

Wolverhampton South East MP Pat McFadden

General Election 2015: Pat McFadden odds-on to hold Wolverhampton South East

Former cabinet minister is 100/1 on to secure his seat again, with UKIP considered his next challenger

Emma Reynolds MP

General Election 2015: Bookies expect Wolverhampton North East to remain Labour

Shadow housing minister Emma Reynolds is heavy odds-on to retain her seat

Adrian Bailey MP for West Bromwich West.

General Election 2015: West Bromwich West to remain Labour, bookies say

Business select committee chair Adrian Bailey expected to comfortably secure his seat once more in the 2015 General Election

More HS2 compensation for affected residents

Latest package of measures aims to help homeowners living between 60 and 120 metres from the high-speed line

General Election 2015: Tom Watson heavy odds-on to retain West Bromwich East

West Bromwich East is one of Labour's safest seats and Mr Watson, the thorn in the side of Rupert Murdoch, is expected to retain it

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Sir Simon Rattle, taken by Rory Coonan with a Victorian plate camera in 1982

Rare plate camera picture of Sir Simon Rattle to show at National Portrait Gallery

Sky Ride Birmingham 2013 in Cannon Hill Park

Sky Ride cancelled in Birmingham again

Library of Birmingham

Library of Birmingham rally to call for halt in cuts

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