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Think Tank Birmingham
15:13, 4 MAR 2015
Birmingham New Street Station
Sunday Snapshot: Spitfires, pound shops and New Street Station in editor's review of the week
Great news that the Spitfire is finally being remembered in a dedicated gallery at the Thinktank Museum after campaigners raised the necessary funding to get the project off the ground
Proud Birmingham film-maker salutes hero
A Birmingham film-maker is giving away his new movie to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of city inventor Alexander Parkes. Graham Young reports.
Jaguar Land Rover
Aluminium manufacturers urged to make most of buoyant automotive sector
Growth in demand for the metal in the motoring industry could offer advantage to firms
Think Tank Birmingham
Battle to raise funds for new Spitfire gallery in Birmingham
The public will be asked to help raise funds for a dedicated new exhibition space for the Second World War Spitfire and Hawker Hurricane.
Project for major new public art for Birmingham gets go-ahead - now it just needs the funding
As the proposal to create an iconic piece of public art for Birmingham gathers pace, Enda Mullen looks at the vision behind the exciting £1 million project
Eyes on a golden era for museums
After helping the newly independent Birmingham Museums Trust to complete its first year, Simon Cane has some bold ideas for the future...
High Speed 2
HS2 demand 'has been overestimated'
Thinktank says government is gambling with plans to invest heavily in new high-speed line
Birmingham Eastside projects take civil engineering awards
Two Eastside engineering projects took away a handful of trophies at the annual Institution of Civil Engineers West Midlands awards.
Birmingham Royal Ballet
Terry Grimley: Birmingham arts cuts could have been much worse
Arts critic Terry Grimley gives his views on the cuts to the arts in Birmingham.