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Birmingham Post Business Awards

ADI Group's Alan Lusty (centre) won at the 2015 Post Business Awards - his company is now eyeing major growth

Jobs boost as ADI Group plans to create 500 new roles

Engineering firm which was a winner at the Birmingham Post Business Awards says it will double by 2020

Deborah Meaden is fronting a campaign to celebrate local businesses

Post winners up for national business awards

Dragons' Den star Meaden to front campaign in conjunction with Local Business Accelerators which could see a Birmingham Post Business Award winner crowned a national champion

Company of the Year - Fracino

Fracino brewing success with Company of the Year award

Manufacturer of coffee machines launched in the 1960s takes home top prize and export gong at 2015 Birmingham Post Business Awards

Bareface Media, winner of the technology and digital award at the 2014 Birmingham Post Business Awards

Birmingham Post Business Awards: Bareface Media backs city's people

City agency Bareface Media is a sponsor of the Birmingham Post Business Awards. Here, the firm explains why it is getting behind the People Development Award

Mark Eden (left) and Lukas Markou from accountancy firm Jerroms

Birmingham Post Business Awards: Helping a city on the move do business

Accountancy and business advisory firm Jerroms is sponsoring the Finance category of this year's Birmingham Post Business Awards 2015

Birmingham Post Rich List

Global turmoil bites in 2016 Birmingham Post Rich List

Exporters hit in the pocket while property magnates cash in as we reveal the annual countdown of the region's highest earners

Post Rich List 2016

Birmingham Post Rich List 2016: The Midlands' wealthiest top 50

Photo gallery and this year's Birmingham Post Rich List

Lord Bamford has been with JCB for more than 50 years

Birmingham Post Rich List 2016: No.1 - Lord Bamford & family

Lord Bamford’s JCB – one of the world’s most famous companies – celebrated 70 years in business in October

Lord Swraj Paul of Marylebone

Birmingham Post Rich List 2016: No.2 - Lord Paul of Marylebone & family

16 companies from Lord Paul's Black Country-based steel and engineering empire, the Caparo Group, went into administration last autumn

Jacques Gaston Murray

Birmingham Post Rich List 2016: No.3 - Jacques Gaston Murray & family

Andrew Sykes is largely owned by the oldest entrant in our Rich List, 96 year-old Jacques Gaston Murray

Birmingham's Hidden Spaces

Edgbaston Waterworks (Edgbaston Pumping Station) designed by John Henry Chamberlain and William Martin around 1870. The engine house, boiler house, and chimney are Grade II listed buildings.

Hidden Spaces: Edgbaston Waterworks - an inspiration to Tolkien

The original grade II listed buildings at the Edgbaston Waterworks are intricately designed and beautiful parts of the city's skyline

Moseley Road Baths

Hidden Spaces: Moseley Road Baths' Victorian splendour

The spectacular Moseley Road Baths in Balsall Heath is a well-preserved snapshot of Edwardian society and a fascinating insight into the social history of this city

The Aston Webb building at the University of Birmingham.

Hidden Spaces: The University of Birmingham’s world-class architecture

The University of Birmingham is one of the citiy's greatest institutions and their expansive campus at Edgbaston holds more than a few hidden spaces

Inside the Birmingham Central Mosque

Hidden Spaces: The unique Birmingham Central Mosque

Birmingham Central Mosque remains an almost unique institution in the UK not being aligned to any single school of Islam

Caban Coch Reservoirs at Elan Valley.

Hidden Spaces: Elan Valley Aqueduct's tunnels deep underground

If the Edgbaston Waterworks were the key to the industrialisation of Birmingham then the Elan Valley Aqueduct was the lock that was opened

Paradise Birmingham

Central Library and the Paradise project dominated headlines in January and throughout 2015

Review of 2015 - January: New student flats, start of £500m Paradise scheme and lifeline for Library of Birmingham

Our Review of the Year kicks off with the first of many stories in 2015 about new accommodation developments for students, the start of Paradise Circus work and a possible shot in the arm for the library

Crane begins to take down Central Library

Video: Demolition of Central Library starts

Clip shows high reach excavator tearing into old library and gallery of photos captures first few moments as the end draws nearer for John Madin's famous building

Demolition of Central Library will start in earnest today

Major demolition works on Central Library starts

High reach excavator has been installed to bring down John Madin's library and Paradise Forum so work can commence on construction of the first two buildings in £500m Paradise project

Support for Central Library demolition after last-ditch attempt to save it

Plea for a moratorium on John Madin building lead to rush of comments calling for it to be levelled

Supporters have called again for Central Library to be saved

Call for moratorium on Central Library demolition

Supporters pen letter to this week's Post pleading with council and Argent to halt development so new application for listed status can be made

Colmore Row

Paul Mourton, Get A-Head trustee; Tom Bromwich, Get A-Head chairman

Get A-Head's annual ball raises thousands for cancer charity

The event, run for Birmingham-based head and neck disease and cancer charity Get A-Head, managed to collect £46,000

First it was Zizzi, now Byron is the latest restaurant group to have designs on the old ABC cinema in New Street

Hamburger chain Byron has designs on former New Street cinema

Last year it was poised to welcome Italian chain Zizzi but now the old ABC and Regent building is set to house the West Midlands' first Byron restaurant

The sale of Colmore Plaza was one of the major deals in Birmingham last year

Investment on the rise in Birmingham property

Transactions hit £845 million as city property deals continue to attract interest and investment

Business Growth Fund backs Castleton Technology for international expansion

Sutton Coldfield software firm secures £4.5 million in new funding to acquire rival and support further growth

CGI shows planned roof extension which The Victorian Society is objecting to

Victorian Society hits out at 'unacceptable' plans for Louisa Ryland House

Conservation group says it will object to the 'negative impact' caused by redevelopment of historic Grade II building and the planned roof extension