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Matt Taylor, director of Headline Communications, shows off his Bolton Ironman UK medal

Headline director proves he is a real Ironman

Matt Taylor completes gruelling triathlon and raises thousands for charity Scope

Westgate House, Warwick, which has been acquired by Real Estate Investors

Bassi's Real Estate Investors spends £7m on Warwick town centre property

Birmingham property group shows no signs of slowing down in deals market after completing latest acquisition

Boys from Man Made Youth, a new contemporary dance company in Birmingham just for young men founded by Johnny Autin

Inspiring young men to step out in the world of dance

Two new dance companies, including one just for boys, take to the stage this week. Roz Laws meets their founder

CGI of the planned HS2 rail line

Infrastructure chief to join HS2's Birmingham team

Hunts is now on for executives to lead the £50bn high-speed rail project in the city

Review: Peter Donohoe at Birmingham Conservatoire

Norman Stinchcombe reviews Peter Donohoe at Birmingham Conservatoire

Tableware designed by Heritage Collection at Palomar

Heritage Collection wins Palomar restaurant order

Birmingham silversmith completes 2,500-piece order in three weeks for new London eatery

Floors-2-Go has gone into administration for a third time

Floors-2-Go placed into administration for third time

MB Insolvency appointed to Birmingham-based retailer as mystery shrouds latest twist in company's history

Saltley School and Specialist Science College

Find out how Saltley School and Specialist Science College rates compared to other primary schools in Birmingham with our school ratings

Birmingham Round table meeting at Marco Pierre White Birmingham at The Cube, talking about the future of Birmingham.

Future bright as city looks to cash in on its confidence

With London close to over-heating and greater devolution on the cards for English regions, inward investment has never been a more important issue. The Post brought together six experts at a special roundtable event to debate the issue.

Dr Harish Chandra

Priest on just £2 an hour wins £62k temple payout

Dr Harish Chandra, was awarded £62,000 from the Arya Samaj Vedic Mission, in Nechells, Birmingham.

Becky Brine

Diversity is the priceless key to the marvellous Jazz Festival

The Birmingham International Jazz & Blues Festival is celebrating its 30th anniversary. Graham Young meets founding director Jim Simpson to find out more

Gisela Stuart

End blame game over Trojan Horse says MP

Gisela Stuart calls for MPs, Government and city council to focus on solutions rather than blaming one another

Why a big city brings big trouble - but big can be beautiful too

Birmingham is at the top of a national league table of shame, this time over the level of council tax arrears, which stands at £105 million.

Birmingham City Council

Birmingham's council tax debt tops that of Wales

Arrears have risen by 15 per cent over the past year with the council owed more than £105 million

Fleet Street Kitchen, Birmingham

Fleet Street Kitchen shortlisted in international awards

Birmingham venue will compete with venues in 2014 Restaurant & Bar Design Awards

Profit and sales up at Samuel Heath & Sons

Birmingham bathroom fitting manufacturer adopts cautious approach as trading fails to reach pre-crisis level

Unclean air is costing 1,500 lives in West Midlands

Almost 1,500 people in the region are dying from pollution and targets will be missed  

Exterior view of Snow Hill railway station from 1928

Gallery: Snow Hill railway station through the ages

Take a fascinating look at old black and white photography from yesteryear

Birmingham which has been ranked the UK's second most expensive city for expats to live in

Birmingham named UK's second most expensive city for expats

New research says cost of property and strength of pound make it a pricey place for foreigners

Driver and tour guide on the Big Brum Buz Michael Flett and Mary Moore

Big Brum Buz to take First World War tour of city for art project

Guided tour marks 100th anniversary and is also raising funds for major work of art

In This Week's Paper


Graeme Brown
Regional Head of Business
Enda Mullen
Business Reporter
Cillian O’ Brien
Business Reporter
Jon Griffin
Business Reporter
Alison Jones
Features writer
Ben Hurst
News Editor
Jonathan Walker
Political Editor